Mississippi quarterback Seth Adams will get the start again this week at No. 23 Auburn, but coach Ed Orgeron says today (Monday) he'll be quick to pull the senior if Adams continues to struggle.
Adams has thrown 10 interceptions in his last three games, including four in a 44 to 8 loss to Arkansas last Saturday that grounded Ole Miss' offense.
Brent Schaeffer entered the game and threw a touchdown pass, but Orgeron believes the team's best chance to win comes with Adams under center.
Orgeron says he's examining why the turnovers happened and thinks they're very correctable.
The Arkansas game was the first time Adams, a walk-on who beat Schaeffer for the starting job in the offseason, did not throw a touchdown as a starter.
Adams says he knows he has to eliminate the turnovers.