Predictions for Ole Miss vs. Baylor: Rebel Walk Staff, Ole Miss Fans and Dignitaries make their picks
NEW ORLEANS – “Ole Miss 2021, dot, dot, dot….”
Those were the words uttered on January 2, 2021 by then-sophomore quarterback Matt Corral on his way back to the locker room after the Rebels’ 26-20 win over Indiana in the Outback Bowl.
Those words would become a rallying cry for Ole Miss fans and players, alike, meaning the sky was the limit and the future was yet to be written. What a chapter in the book of Rebel football it has been this season!
Tonight we find out how that chapter ends in the 2022 Allstate Sugar Bowl where the No. 8 Ole Miss team will take on the No. 7 Baylor Bears.
Below, we’ve got predictions from our Rebel Walk staff, friends, fans, and special guests.
Hotty Toddy and Beat the Bears!
The Rebel Walk Team
Ole Miss 38, Baylor 21 – Evie Van Pelt, Publisher
Ole Miss 38, Baylor 24 – Gregory Murphy, Graphics Intern
Ole Miss 35, Baylor 27 – Nick Filipich, Staff Writer
Ole Miss 35, Baylor 31 – Steve Barnes, Managing Editor
Ole Miss 27, Baylor 24 – LeeAnn Herring, Director of Recruiting
Ole Miss 28, Baylor 24 – T.J. Oxley, Staff Writer
Ole Miss 31, Baylor 27 – Chris Muller, Ole Miss Fan, Director of Baseball Content and Senior Baseball Writer
Ole Miss 42, Baylor 24 – David Walker, QB Guru, Staff Writer
Ole Miss Fans
45-35, Ole Miss – Caroline Pollard, Ole Miss Graduate Student
Rebs by 90 – Sydney Holton, Ole Miss Fan
Ole Miss: 27, Baylor: 24 – Laura Leigh Majernik, Ole Miss Alpha Delta Pi Alumna
Hmmm…42-28 Rebs!! – TexasRebel on twitter
34-31, Rebels – Rebel Country on twitter
Rebs 31-23 – Joey Tackitt on twitter
Rebs 33, Bears 24 – Mike Thomas on twitter
35-21, Rebels – MC Jag Rebel on twitter
43-31, Rebels – Marlon Long on twitter
38-31, Rebs! – JuJu on twitter
Ole Miss: 35, Baylor 18 – @AtrueRebel_99 on twitter
Ole Miss 27, Baylor 21 – James Cottrell on twitter
31-24, Rebs!! 31 has been (the) Rebs best magical number! – Julie Rish McCord on twitter
Rebs -24, Bears 14 – @CRagan_finsup on twitter
48-14 – Jake Ott on twitter. Jake added “Y’ll are crazy if you think we win by less than 4 scores. This beating is going to be epic.”
Rebs 34, Baylor 28 – Tyler Keith on twitter
Ole Miss: 35, Baylor: 24 – rownmart on twitter
52-24, Ole Miss! – Gary Smith on twitter
48-24, Rebs – Bankston Rush on twitter
45-17, Rebs – Keith Alan Robertson on twitter
41 -31, Rebs win! – Chad Hubbard on twitter
48 – 21, Ole Miss Rebels – Jennifer Richey on twitter
47-18, Rebels – Mark Bledsoe on twitter
38-21, Rebs – Tyler Patrick on twitter
28-10, Rebels. 1 TD Drummond, 2 TDs Snoop, 1 rush TD Corral – @Smitty901_214 on twitter
42-21, Ole Miss – John Mark Roberts on twitter
48-21, Rebs! – Lorie Parham on twitter
42-17, Rebels – JrLep_51 on twitter
42-28, O L E M I S S – Josh Loper on twitter
Rebels, 27-17 – Ed Loper on twitter
34-34 – Mike Boyle on twitter
38-12, Rebels – Dusty Curry on twitter
27-17, Rebs – @omsportsburner on twitter
45-28, Ole Miss – Craig Caygle on twitter
34-23, Rebs with a trash time to from the bears – niceguy chachi on twitter
63-28, Rebs and 14 of the 28 is garbage scores – Jim Whelan on twitter
33-24, Ole Miss beats Baylor – Jay Flynt on twitter
50 -14, Rebels, maybe 50-7 – Jenny on twitter
45-27, Rebs – Just here. on twitter
35-24, Rebels – Tyler Fitch on twitter
24-17, Rebs – Rebel Fan on twitter
William Kneip, Assistant to the Chancellor for Executive Affairs: 45-13, Rebs
Will Kollmeyer, SEC Network Play by Play announcer: 37-23, Ole Miss
Big Ben McDonald, Former 1st pick in the MLB draft, SEC/ESPN Baseball Color Analyst, Baltimore Orioles Radio Color Analyst: “I’m saying 43-27 @OleMissFB wins this one geauxing away! I’m all in on the #HottyToddy Boyz ! #SECFOOTBALL
Sabrina Burton, mom of Ole Miss Baseball’s Wes Burton: Rebs Infinity, Baby Cubs 0. Wes added “I’m gonna ride mom’s prediction.”
Todd Elko, dad of Ole Miss Baseball’s Tim Elko: Rebels, 33-27.
Norma McCullough, host of the famous The RealThing Tailgate: 31-24, Rebs! #HottyToddy
DeadSoxy, sponsor of The Rebel Walk – Hmmmm, 42-31 Ole Miss!
Chris is our Director of Baseball Content and Senior Baseball Writer. Muller is a 1995 Graduate of Ole Miss. He is a collegiate recreational sports professional currently residing in Arlington Texas with his wife of 25 years, Amber, and German Shorthaired Pointer, Sophie. Chris is an avid Ole Miss Baseball and Football fan. His hobbies include watching college football and baseball and playing poker with his friends.