Starting quarterback for University of Mississippi, Bo Wallace, is facing a 3-3 Tennessee team tonight against Ole Miss’ undefeated record.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. He’s Lead Ole Miss to a 6-0 Start
Starting the 2014 season, Bo Wallace has lead Ole Miss to a solid 6-0 start going into their game against Tennessee. Winning all six games in the double digits, with Ole Miss overall at 214-70 against opponents.
2. Wallace has QB Rating of 75.2 Going Into the Game Against Tennessee
Currently, Bo Wallace has thrown for 1700 yards, with 15 touchdowns and six interceptions in 124 of 181 passing attempts.
3. He Attended Two Different Colleges Before Ole Miss
Before attending the University of Mississippi, Wallace went to Arkansas State University in 2010 and was red shirted, then transferred to East Mississippi Community College, before going to Ole Miss. While at East Mississippi Community College, Wallace set the NJCAA record for passing touchdowns and total offense.
4. In High School, Wallace Broke the State Record for Total Yards
While in high school, Wallace led Giles County to a Class 4A state title and a 14-game winning streak, along with 3,287 yards passing, 37 passing touchdowns, and 47 total TDs as a senior.
5. In 2012 He Was Punched in The Face During a Frat Party