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Ole Miss hosts North Carolina A&T on Tuesday

(RNN) - Ole Miss (3-0) continues its home stand Tuesday against North Carolina A&T, which gave Georgia Tech a scare on Sunday night in Atlanta.

The Rebels are le by Jarvis Summers with 18.7 points per game, Marshall Henderson is averaging 17 points and Derrick Millinghaus is scoring at a 15.3 clip.

North Carolina A&T fell 78-71 to the Yellow Jackets on Sunday night in Atlanta.  The Aggies are 1-3 with all losses coming on the road.

They are led by a trio of double-figure scorers: Richaud Pack with 19 ppg, Lamont Middleton, 17.8 ppg and Bruce Beckford, 13.3 ppg, who also averages a team-leading 8.7 rebounds per game.

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