The Rebels have been the only team able to put some points on the board through one quarter as Ole Miss leads Georgia 3-0.
Ole Miss received the opening kickoff and proceeded to move it 58 yards to set up a 34-yard Bryson Ross field goal. That would be the only offense in a relatively unexciting quarter.
Both of Georgia's drives would end with punts as Aaron Murray has already been sacked three times in the first 15 minutes.
Ole Miss' third drive would move 47 yards but Randall Mackey would come up one yard short of the fourth down conversion attempt on a wide receiver screen.
The quarter ended with promise for the Bulldogs as Murray found tight end Arthur Lynch for a 31-yard strike to put Georgia on Ole Miss' 41.
Georgia is going to have to put some pressure on Bo Wallace if they're to slow this Rebels offense. They've done an excellent job limiting the run game (10 attempts for -1 yard) but Wallace has looked poised an accurate, going 7-for-9 for 104 yards.