Ole Miss Rebels retire Eli Manning’s No. 10 jersey

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Ole Miss retired previous quarterback Eli Manning’s No. 10 jersey quantity at halftime of its recreation from LSU on Saturday.

The plan planned quite a few activities to honor Manning, who established or tied 47 school documents all through his time at Ole Skip and was later picked No. 1 by the then-San Diego Chargers in the 2004 NFL draft and then traded to the New York Giants.

Both of those finish zones in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium were painted “MANNING.”

Manning’s nephew and coveted quarterback prospect, Arch Manning, was in attendance. Ole Miss is 1 of a handful of teams Arch is contemplating. He has also visited Alabama, Georgia and Texas.

ESPN ranks Arch, a five-star prospect, as the No. 1 quarterback in the 2023 course.

Manning led the group as a result of the Walk of Champions prior to the match on Saturday. Ole Miss out on coach Lane Kiffin wore Manning’s New York Giants jersey.

Manning 2 times received the Tremendous Bowl and was named to the All-Professional group four times all through his pro vocation. His No. 10 jersey was retired by the Giants earlier this calendar year.

Manning grew to become the 3rd Ole Miss player to have his selection retired by the faculty, becoming a member of his father, Archie Manning (18), and Chucky Mullins (38).