Ole Miss had the SEC’s No. 1 passing offense in 2017 despite losing its starting quarterback seven games in.
The Rebels threw for 328 yards a game, topping that mark eight times. They eclipsed the 400-yard mark on three occasions and kept opposing defensive coordinators up late at nights trying to devise a plan to halt offensive coordinator Phil Longo’s attack.
While the Ole Miss passing game ranked 11th in the country, the rushing attack was on the opposite end of the spectrum at No. 104 with 133.9 yards a contest.