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Atlanta, GA ( - Two national powers collide in the 47th annual Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome, as the ninth-ranked Ole Miss Rebels butt heads with the sixth-ranked TCU Horned Frogs on Wednesday, Dec. 31. Ole Miss reach as high as No. 3 in the nation during the regular season, but crucial back-to-back losses against LSU and Auburn set the team back. The Rebels are making their 36th bowl game appearance (23-12 all-time record), and their third in three seasons under head coach Hugh Freeze. TCU had some qualms about the way things ended up in the first-ever College Football Playoff rankings, as the Horned Frogs finished on the outside looking in with an 11-1 record and one loss to Baylor on their resume. This is the first time TCU will play in the Peach Bowl, though the program is making its 30th bowl game appearance overall (13-15-1 all-time bowl record). Ole Miss and TCU have met on the football field just six times in their program histories, with this matchup slated to be the seventh. The Rebels own a 5-1 all-time lead over the Horned Frogs. Its the first time since the 1983 season the two sides will collide. Ole Miss was a well-oiled machine this season, especially on the offensive side of the ball. The Rebels averaged 30.4 ppg under the leadership of quarterback Bo Wallace, who had his name mentioned with the Heisman hopefuls for the better part of the year. Wallace threw for 3,085 yards and 22 touchdowns against 11 interceptions, passing for 257.1 ypg. He also carried the ball into the end zone five times. Wallace was a clear proponent of spreading the wealth through the air. The quarterback found three different receivers for at least five touchdown receptions, connecting with Laquon Treadwell 48 times for 632 yards and five scores. Treadwell missed the teams last three games with a leg injury, and wont play in the Peach Bowl. Vince Sanders and Cody Core each hauled in a team-best six touchdown receptions during the regular season. Like Wallace through the air, Ole Miss running game was also about utilizing multiple options. Jaylen Walton led the team with 583 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 98 carries (Wallace was the only player with more totes, rushing 107 times), while Jordan Wilkins added 358 yards on the ground. The Rebels rushed for an average of 167.7 ypg. While Ole Miss employed a strong offense led by Wallace, the team utilized a stifling defense that allowed just 13.8 ppg to opponents, headed by Mike Hilton and Tony Conner. The Rebels were able to limit the opposition to a mere 321.2 offensive ypg, and made sure strong challengers like Alabama (17 [points) and Mississippi State (17 points) were kept out of the end zone. Hilton led the team with 66 tackles on the season, while Conner was just behind at 64 stops on the year. Conner tallied a team-best nine tackles for loss, while Marquis Haynes wasnt far off the pace with 8.5 tackles for loss and a team-best 7.5 sacks. Ole Miss registered 90 tackles for loss and 25 sacks on the season as a unit, which will come in handy when trying to defend speedy TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin and a high-octane Horned Frogs offense. Its an exciting time in college athletics, and we are thrilled to be one of the teams selected in the first New Years Six bowls, Freeze said. We are honored to accept this great invitation and take on an outstanding TCU team. Atlanta is a place that is very dear to our program, and its important to us that we represent our great university. And what a season it was for Boykin and TCU offensively. The quarterback, who also had his named mentioned among Heisman hopefuls earlier in the year, led his Horned Frogs to a dominant 46.8 ppg, which included 332.8 passing ypg with 33 touchdowns through the air. Boykin accounted for 30 of those passing scores, tossing 3,714 yards on a 60.5 completion percentage, and he only threw seven interceptions all season long. Boykin averaged 309.5 passing ypg in 12 contests played. He got it done in the run game too, gaining 642 yards with eight scores on the ground. But he wasnt the teams leading rusher - it was Aaron Green who topped the Horned Frogs at 854 yards and eight touchdowns on 111 carries. B.J. Catalon, who played in just eight games this season, led the Horned Frogs with 10 touchdowns on the ground. Catalon is questionable to play in the Peach Bowl with an ailing shoulder injury. The Frogs still averaged 209.3 rushing ypg this season. Josh Doctson and Deante Gray were Boykins favorite targets. Doctson topped the team with 59 receptions, and came up just short of 1,000 yards at 959, and also hauled in nine receiving scores. Gray chipped in with eight touchdown catches in 34 receptions. One of Boykins top targets (Kolby Listenbee) is questionable to play in the game with a concussion. TCUs defense played a strong 2014 campaign, and was especially solid down the home stretch in the regular season against Big 12 Conference competition. The Horned Frogs enter this game allowing just 20.3 ppg to opponents, which was boosted by limiting teams like Iowa State (three points), Texas (10 points) and Kansas State (20 points) to minimal scoring late in the year. Linebacker Paul Dawson had an absolutely dominant season for TCU, as he enters the Peach Bowl leading the team in tackles (128) and tackles for loss (18.5), adding in five sacks, four interceptions and three fumble recoveries. Between Dawson, Marcus Mallet (10.5 tackles for loss) and James McFarland (20 tackles for loss, six sacks), the Ole Miss run game should be well accounted for. Chris Hackett (six interceptions) and Sam Carter (four interceptions) will be spying Wallace to make sure the Ole Miss passing game goes nowhere. We feel like this is a playoff game, TCU coach Gary Patterson said. Ole Miss is a team that was as high as third in the nation, that played at a very high level, that could have been in the playoffs, lost a couple heartbreakers -- exactly what I would want as a coach. The kids are going to practice hard because they know the competition level. Cameron Payne Jersey . "Im not even that added up," the 39-year-old Australian replied. And to the Hall of Famers surprise, when all the math was done Sunday in the JTBC Founders Cup, she was the one posing for pictures with the big trophy. Lauri Markkanen Jersey . -- Rory McIlroy birdied his last two holes Thursday for a 7-under 63 to take the lead after one round of the Honda Classic. . The Cavs announced the move Saturday, one day after LeBron James said hes returning to Cleveland. A 12-year veteran, Haywood has played in 794 NBA games, averaging 6. Dennis Rodman Jersey ." Those traits were clear to the 24,071 at Olympic Stadium on Saturday as the Impact dominated the scoring chances but settled for a 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls in a battle of still-winless Major League Soccer teams. Scottie Pippen Jersey . The Toronto Maple Leafs forward and Nashville Predators goaltender highlighted Mondays waiver transactions, with Calgarys Chuck Kobasew and Edmontons Philip Larsen also being placed on waivers.WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State John Kerry, the most powerful politician in the house, performed a ceremonial puck drop to send the Olympians on their way. Alex Ovechkin, the biggest hockey star in the arena, scored his league-leading 40th goal to give his team the lead in the third period. Set aside those two larger-than-life names for a moment, however, and look at the trio who occupy the score sheet for the crucial tying goal early in the third period of the Washington Capitals 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night. Patrick Wey (second NHL game). Julien Brouillette (first NHL game). Tom Wilson (second NHL goal). "It was a simple play, but it was nice that we ended up scoring," Wey said. "And Im really excited." Simple but effective. Wey passed cross-ice to Brouillette, who then deliberately shot wide of the net to set up a carom off the boards that eventually made its way to Wilson. "The play Brou made, banking it off the boards like that, I thought that was a great play," Washington coach Adam Oates said. "And obviously it worked, the bounce was right. ... It gave us a lot of life." Wey and Brouillette had arrived in town the night before, having been recalled from Hershey of the AHL to serve as the third defensive pairing because the Capitals had run out of healthy bodies. "From what I expected," Oates said, "they were fantastic." The Wey-Brouillette-Wilson goal made the score 2-2, setting the stage for Ovechkin. The Russian forward lifted the puck over a pile of bodies in the crease with 12:14 remaining, following up after Nicklas Backstrom had taken two whacks at a rebound before sliding into goaltender Ondrej Pavelec. Troy Brouwer then added his second goal of the game in the closing minutes, and Braden Holltby made 34 saves for the Capitals, who are trying to generate at least a modicum of momentum headed into the Olympic break.dddddddddddd Washington had dropped 10 of its previous 13, including a 1-0 shutout loss to the New York Islanders on Tuesday. Bryan Little and Dustin Byfuglien scored, and Pavelec stopped 26 shots for the Jets, who had a three-game winning streak snapped. Winnipeg dominated play in the second period before allowing three goals in the third, dropping the team to 9-3 since coach Claude Noel was fired on Jan. 12 and replaced by Paul Maurice. "I think they just did a little bit to us what weve been doing to (other) teams," Maurice said. "They weathered that second-period storm." With the NHLs Olympic break beginning after Saturdays games, Kerry was on hand to recognize the four players from each team headed to Sochi. He then dropped the puck at centre ice between two U.S. Olympians, Winnipegs Blake Wheeler and Washingtons John Carlson. Kerry also met with Capitals coaches and players in the locker room before the game. "I had a good talk with him," Oates said. "But hes obviously a very busy man. He comes with his entourage; its pretty tough to have a chat." NOTES: Littles goal was actually put into the net by Washingtons Martin Erat, something the Czech forward has yet to do for his own team this season. Erat has 21 assists but no goals for the Capitals. ... Oates said Holtby was in goal because scheduled starter Michal Neuvirth wasnt feeling well. ... Brouillette and Wey were needed because D John Erskine (off-season knee surgery) was given a rest day and D Mike Green was still sidelined with a concussion. ... Carlson played in his 272nd consecutive game, breaking Calle Johanssons Capitals record for a defenceman. 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