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

Eli Manning, Ole Miss's former quarterback, is now the No. Halftime of Saturday's game against LSU saw the 10 jersey number.
Many activities were planned by the program to honor Manning. He set or tied 47 school records while at Ole Miss, and was later drafted No. The then-San Diego Chargers traded Manning to the New York Giants, who then traded him for the No. 1.

Both ends of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium's Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Stadium were painted with "MANNING."

Arch Manning, Manning's nephew, was present. Arch Manning is a highly sought-after quarterback prospect. Arch is currently considering Ole Miss as one of the few teams he is interested in. He has also been to Texas, Georgia, and Alabama.

ESPN ranks Arch, a five star prospect, as the No. The 2023 class will have the No. 1 quarterback.

Manning led the team through Saturday's Walk of Champions. Manning wore the New York Giants jersey of Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss coach.

Manning won the Super Bowl twice and was named to four All-Pro teams during his professional career. His No. The Giants retired his No. 10 jersey earlier in the year.

Manning was the third Ole Miss player who had his number retired by the school. He joined his father, Archie Manning (18), as well as Chucky Mullins (38)