Nick Suss Mississippi Clarion-Ledger Published 4:46 PM EST Dec 8, 2018 OXFORD — Ole Miss used its size to its advantage against Savannah State in a big way on Saturday. The Rebels snapped a five-game losing streak with a 74-51 win over Savannah State on Saturday, improving to 4-6 on the season with four games remaining in non-conference play. Ole Miss dominated Savannah State in rebounding, winning the battle 62-28, including a 35-11 advantage in the first half and a 21-6 advantage in offensive rebounds. Crystal Allen and Cecilia Muhate led the Rebels with eight rebounds, while six other Ole Miss players snagged at least six boards. Allen broke out into a scoring spree in the first half, putting up 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting with four 3-pointers. The rest of Ole Miss’ team made six shots from the field in the half, making Allen more productive than all her teammates combined. She continued her hot streak into the second half, finishing with 27 points and eclipsing the 1,000-point mark for her Ole Miss career. Freshman point guard Mimi Reid returned Saturday after missing the Rebels’ previous two games with an off-court concussion. In the absence of a true point guard, Ole Miss struggled with turnovers and ball movement throughout Reid’s injury. But Reid came back impressively Saturday, logging a a team-high eight assists. Ole Miss plays its next game on Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. against UL-Lafayette in The Pavilion. The game will be “kids day” in the stands and be streamed online through the SEC Network Plus.