The Pac-12 said Sunday night that officials ruled correctly on the final two plays of Saturday's California-Ole Miss game.
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Ole Miss interim AD Keith Carter said he was "extremely disappointed" after a Pac-12 officiating crew chose not to review a play on which the Rebels appeared to score in the waning moments of their 28-20 home loss to California.
Chase Garbers threw for four touchdowns, but No. 23 California needed a game-saving tackle at the 1-yard line from linebacker Evan Weaver on the game's final play to defeat Mississippi 28-20 on Saturday.
Matt Corral threw for two touchdowns and the Mississippi defense made a pair of game-saving stops on downs in the final six minutes as the Rebels defeated Southeastern Louisiana 40-29.
Mississippi linebacker MoMo Sanogo is expected to miss more than two months after injuring an ankle Saturday in a 31-17 victory over Arkansas.