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Here are five players to watch for in Saturday's matchup between BYU and Ole Miss. Here are some preview stories of the game: BYU football: Cougars vs. Ole Miss: the breakdown BYU football: Cougars vs. Ole Miss at a glance

Brandon Bolden, running back
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Bolden is regarded as one of the Southeastern Conference's top backs. He led the Rebels in rushing yards (976) and receptions (32) in 2010. He rushed for 14 touchdowns and caught three TD passes. He enters his senior year ranked second in school history in touchdowns scored (32) and rushing TDs (23) and is seventh in rushing yards (2,132).

Bradley Sowell, offensive tackle
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The preseason first-team All-SEC selection anchors the Rebels' massive offensive line. Sowell is 6-foot-7, 315-pound senior. He has started 24 of last 25 games for Ole Miss at left tackle.

Kentrell Lockett, defensive end
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Granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA after suffering season-ending knee injury last year, Lockett has been named a first-team preseason All-SEC selection by Lindy's, Athlon and Blue Ribbon. He has 23.5 tackles for loss and nine sacks in his career.

Damien Jackson, safety
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The senior led Ole Miss last season in solo tackles. He tied for second in pass breakups and recorded 4.5 tackles-for-loss, one quarterback hurry, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

Barry Brunetti, quarterback
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A transfer from West Virginia, Brunetti earned the starting quarterback job after Randall Mackey was suspended for the BYU game. Brunetti, a Memphis, Tenn., native, is a dual-threat QB. He was a Parade High School All-American is and a close friend of Cougar quarterback Jake Heaps.