The Rebels took a 17-10 lead on a 14-yard run by Wallace — one play after he hit Randall Mackey on a 68-yard pass.
Then the Aggies fumbled on their own 35 — their third turnover of the half — and the Rebels had a chance to create some separation on the scoreboard.
But Ole Miss couldn't take advantage. Wallace was hit as he threw and the ball fell right to Texas A&M linebacker Steven Jenkins, who ran for the easy 37-yard touchdown that tied the game at 17 going into halftime.
It was one of a handful of plays the Rebels would like to have back.
"I know they're hurting and we all won't sleep tonight," Freeze said. "I know it's disappointing. You pour your heart and soul into this. ... You'll stay up all night and think of everything that you could have done different to affect the outcome, but tomorrow we'll come back and we'll get past it and move on."
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