Culminating with the much anticipated, nationally televised showdown with eventual national champion Louisiana State University, the 2003 University of Mississippi Ole Miss Rebels' football season took the program to new heights and electrified the town of Oxford. This dazzling remembrance captures the most important moments of the season, from the rousing win at Gainesville against the University of Florida to the crushing last-second loss at the hands of LSU. Quarterback Eli Manning's historic season is chronicled as he surpassed many of the records set by his father, Ole Miss legend Archie Manning, and put himself in position to be the first pick in the NFL draft. The season-ending win against Oklahoma State at the Cotton Bowl that returned Rebel football, once again, to national prominence comes to life in this stunning portrayal of one of Ole Miss football's finest moments.
About the Author
David Cutcliffe is the head football coach at the University of Mississippi. Bruce Newman is a photographer at The Oxford Eagle. They both live in Oxford, Mississippi.
|Publisher:||Jefferson Press, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||9.32(w) x 12.26(h) x 0.58(d)|