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Published on October 10th, 2022 | by University of Mississippi

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Jonathan Mingo Named SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week: Ole Miss Wide Receiver Set Single-Game Program Record with 247 Receiving Yards at Vanderbilt

Ole Miss football receiver Jonathan Mingo put together a historic performance as the Rebels posted a 52-28 win at Vanderbilt, enough to earn Southeastern Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors, the league office announced Monday.
 
The senior out of Brandon, Mississippi, shared his honor with Mississippi State quarterback Will Rogers, Mingo’s former teammate at Brandon High School. This marks the fourth consecutive week an Ole Miss player has earned an SEC weekly honor. Mingo joins two-time honoree Quinshon Judkins, as well as offensive linemen Micah Pettus and Nick Broeker, on the conference honor roll.
 
Saturday in Nashville, Mingo exploded for 247 yards and two touchdowns on nine receptions, the most receiving yards in a single game in program history, breaking the previous mark of 238, set by Elijah Moore, also at Vanderbilt, in 2020.
 
Mingo’s performance comes as the top receiving output in the FBS this season, edging the 246-yard game by Kent State‘s Dante Cephas against Ohio on October 1. It is also the 13th-best receiving performance in SEC history and the best since LSU‘s Kayshon Boutte tallied 308 against the Rebels in 2020.
 
Mingo hauled in career-long touchdowns of 72 and 71 yards, as well as a key 48-yard reception to set up a touchdown late in the first half. After the incredible outing at Vandy, Mingo is now the SEC’s leading receiver on the season. Thanks to the huge plays against the Commodores, Mingo is averaging 23.0 yards per reception, good for first in the SEC and second in the nation.
 
The Preseason All-SEC selection started his 32nd career game against Vandy, the most on the Rebel roster.
 
Mingo and the Rebels return to action this weekend to host Auburn. Kickoff for the SEC matchup is set for 11 am CT on ESPN at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

Ole Miss Football defeats Vanderbilt on October 8, 2022 at FirstBank Stadium in Nashville, TN. Photos by Kiana Dale/Ole Miss Athletics Twitter @OleMissPix Instagram @OleMissPixels
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The University of Mississippi, affectionately known as Ole Miss, is Mississippi’s flagship university. A member of the elite group of R1: Doctoral Universities - Highest Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification, Ole Miss has a long history of producing leaders in public service, business, academics and the professions. Its 16 academic divisions include a major medical school; nationally recognized schools of accountancy, law and pharmacy; and an Honors College acclaimed for a blend of academic rigor, experiential learning and opportunities for community action. Acclaimed as one of the nation’s most beautiful, Ole Miss's main campus is in Oxford, which is routinely recognized as one of the nation's best college towns.



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