The Ole Miss offense broke out in a 59-42 victory over South Carolina on Saturday night in SEC action. Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin was particularly pumped about a 91-yard touchdown that gave the Rebels the lead in the fourth quarter, and even celebrated the play before quarterback Matt Corral threw the pass. Kiffin also threw his clipboard high up in the air when Elijah Moore caught the ball just past midfield, and proceeded to sprint down the sideline in celebration.

Here’s a look at the play on the SEC Network broadcast, where you can see Kiffin’s clipboard go flying shortly after Moore catches the ball:

“Lane Kiffin just threw his clipboard thirty yards in the air!”

And a replay breaking down Kiffin’s full celebration:


What’s also incredible- the numbers Corral and Moore put up in this game. Corral completed 28-of-32 passes for 513 yards (16.0 AVG), four touchdowns, and no interceptions. And Moore caught 13 of those passes for 225 yards (17.3 AVG) and two touchdowns, while also adding six carries for 45 yards (7.5 AVG).

Ole Miss improves to 3-4 with the victory, while South Carolina drops to 2-5 with the loss.

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