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Rebels Lose QB Shea Patterson for Remainder of Season

Ole Miss QB Shea Patterson. Photo courtesy of Telesouth Communications Inc.

Ole Miss fell to the LSU Tigers by the final score of 40-24 last night, but the biggest loss for Ole Miss is the loss of QB Shea Patterson for the remainder of the season. Ole Miss released a statement earlier this morning confirming that Patterson has a torn right PCL.

“Shea Patterson will miss the remainder of the season with a torn right PCL, which was revealed in an MRI following last night’s game,” the statement reads.

Patterson went to the Rebel locker late in the first half, and missed a drive but returned to start the second half wearing a knee brace. Patterson was clearly hobbled in the second half and was eventually replaced with Jordan Ta’amu late in the game.

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Ta’amu, a JUCO transfer, will presumably become the team’s starter for the remainder of the season. Ta’amu saw his first action of the season last night, going 7/11 for 78 yards.

Through the Rebels’ first seven games, Patterson was 12th in the nation, throwing for just shy of 2260 yards and 17 touchdowns.

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