Oxford, MS (SportsNetwork.com) - Following tough losses against two SEC West foes, Ole Miss let off some steam against an FCS opponent. Bo Wallace passed for 140 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half, and the No. 12 Rebels rolled to a 48-0 win over Presbyterian on Saturday. Wallace threw touchdown passes of 66 and 23 yards to Vince Sanders in the first quarter and rushed for a score during a 21-point second quarter as the Rebels (8-2) shook off losses to LSU and Auburn with their first win since Oct. 18. Mark Dodson rushed for 128 yards for the Rebels in the first half, almost all of it coming on touchdown carries of 65 and 62 yards in the second quarter. Jordan Wilkins added 10 carries for 171 yards, including a 73-yard touchdown. Ole Miss suffered a heartbreaker against Auburn last week, losing on a goal- line fumble that also resulted in a season-ending broken leg to wide receiver Laquon Treadwell. It dropped the Rebels seven spots from No. 4 to No. 11 in the College Football Playoffs rankings -- all but eliminating them from contention for one of the national semifinal spots. They are on a bye next week before ending the regular season with games at Arkansas on Nov. 22 and against current No. 1 Mississippi State on Nov. 29. Ole Miss has won eight of its first 10 games for the first time since 2003 Im happy to be sitting where we are with two conference games left, said Rebels coach Hugh Freeze. We were able to sit a few guys today and some got very few reps. Hopefully we will be as healthy as weve been in a long time in a couple of weeks when we travel to Fayetteville. It was a good day. Our kids were focused. Heys McMath was 9-of-17 passing for 59 yards for Presbyterian (5-5) and Ed Britt intercepted Wallace in the second quarter. The Blue Hose play in the Big South. We knew it was going to be a tough battle obviously, when you are playing a team like Ole Miss. They have a lot of speed. They are big, tough and physical football team, said Presbyterian coach Harold Nichols. It was all what I expected it to be. Ole Miss has a great game-day atmosphere and our kids were excited about coming over here and playing. Unfortunately, we did not play as well as I would have hoped. Some of it had to do with us, but a lot of it had to do with them. Credit goes to go coach Freeze and his staff. They have a great team. Wallace and Sanders connected for a 66-yard touchdown on the second play of the first drive and a 23-yard score with 1:21 remaining in the first quarter to give the Rebels a 14-0 lead. Dodson dodged two tacklers on a 65-yard touchdown run up the gut early in the second quarter, and linebacker Serderius Bryants 22-yard interception return set up Wallaces 9-yard touchdown on a scramble that ended with his dive near the right pylon. The Rebels took a 35-0 halftime lead on Dodsons 62-yard touchdown run with 1:10 remaining before the break. 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"The only people that thought we had a chance were probably the guys in the locker room, or our coaches and management of USA Hockey," Chicago Blackhawks star forward Patrick Kane said Monday. "This time, its different." USA Hockey invited 48 of its top prospects -- including 16 players from its 2010 team -- for off-ice workouts and meetings at the Washington Capitals training facility. "Even though we invited 48 guys, I got calls from a few agents, Why not my guy? I get that," said general manager David Poile, whose day job is running the Nashville Predators. "We put some guys on the board that arent at this camp that we should be looking at. Were totally open-minded. "We have to take the 25 guys that give us the best chance to win." The players will get picked to play based on their body of work and how well they perform early in the NHL season. The final roster is expected to be announced on Jan. 1 after Detroit and Toronto play in the Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium. Brian Burke, the teams general manager in 2010, set up an advisory group to assemble the roster. Poile plans to follow the model over the next four months. NHL general managers Stan Bowman, Dean Lombardi, Dale Tallon and Paul Holmgren along with scout Don Waddell will assist Poile, Ray Shero, the teams associate GM, Burke, the teams director of player personnel and USA Hockey executive Jim Johannson. "Well have much harder decisions to make, picking this team than we had 2010," Burke said. "Thats what you want." The advisory group met for five hours on Sunday, spending some of that time on talking about a possible roster and some tough decisions it will have to make. "We have 16 returning Olympians that have a chance to make the team," Poile said. "Weve got way more depth, and way more quality than we had in 2010." 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Twenty-four forwards and 18 defencemen are attending the pre-Olympic camp, some of whom, such as 18-year-old Seth Jones, are there simply to experience what it is like to be around the countrys best hockey players. Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma, who succeeds Ron Wilson, said his job is to pass along some information and messages to the players over the course of a few days to get them ready for a quick turnaround at the Sochi Games. The NHL has some games scheduled on Feb. 8, and the Americans -- along with the other players in the league from other countries -- wont have much time to prepare for their first game. "We wont see these guys for another six months," Bylsma said. "Thats not comfortable for a coach." Bylsma, though, seems at ease with Team USA publicly liking its chances to win gold for the first time since the Miracle on Ice victory over the Soviet Union in 1980. "Its a different expectation and different mindset," he said. "Four years ago, we were under the radar and it certainly was a younger team and didnt have those expectations. This is a team that largely was in Vancouver and was in the gold-medal game and was a shot away from winning a gold medal. "Now, the expectation is much different. Were going over to Sochi, Russia, with the mindset of winning a gold medal." ' ' '