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Ole Miss loses to No. 13 Oregon in OT

Mississippi gave No. 13 Oregon a challenge before falling in overtime 115-105 on Sunday. Mississippi gave No. 13 Oregon a challenge before falling in overtime 115-105 on Sunday.

OXFORD, MS (RNN) - Mississippi gave No. 13 Oregon a challenge before falling in overtime 115-105 on Sunday.

The Rebels (6-2) went back and forth with the Ducks (8-0) for the entire game and led at the half 38-37. Ole Miss fell behind with a little more than two minutes left but managed to tie the game with less than a second left when Jarvis Summers scored a 3-pointer. But the Rebels fell flat in overtime after Oregon scored 11 unanswered points.

Ole Miss made 44 percent of their field goals and 43 percent of their 3-pointers while the Ducks made about 59 percent of both. Oregon also made 29 of their 36 free throws while Ole Miss made 28 out of 38.

Marshall Henderson led the Rebels with a career-high 39 points.

Ole Miss will host Middle Tennessee on Dec. 14.

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