OXFORD, Miss. (UA Sports Information) - Freshman Casey Dick threw two of his three second-half touchdown passes to Marcus Monk in Arkansas` 28-17 victory over Mississippi on Saturday. Dick was 17 of 24 for 175 yards in his second career start for the Razorbacks (3-6, 1-5 Southeastern Conference), who held Ole Miss to 10 yards rushing and snapped a four-game losing streak. Arkansas trailed 17-7 points midway through the third quarter before the offense found a groove. Dick had a 23-yard touchdown pass to Monk, then gave the Razorbacks took the lead for good when his 4-yard TD pass to Peyton Hillis made it 21-17 with about 12 minutes remaining. Dick sealed the victory by capping Arkansas` next possession with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Monk with 5:06 to play. Ethan Flatt was 20-of-37 passing for 309 yards in his first start of the season for Ole Miss (3-6, 1-5), which saw its faint bowl hopes dashed by Arkansas for the second straight year. Flatt started the final nine games of last season but failed to impress first-year coach Ed Orgeron until he was inserted two weeks ago in a loss at Auburn. An anticipated battle of star freshman running backs never developed. Arkansas` Darren McFadden, who entered as the SEC`s leading rusher, carried 13 times for 22 yards - nearly 87 below his average. Fellow freshman Felix Jones led the Razorbacks with 50 yards rushing on 13 carries. Ole Miss` Mico McSwain, the most productive freshman rusher in school history, sprained his right ankle on a 2-yard gain during the Rebels` second series, he said. He spent the second half on crutches on the sideline, and finished with minus-1 yard. His replacement, Larry Kendrick, ran 1 yard for a touchdown and caught an 8-yard scoring pass for the Rebels, who led 14-7 at halftime. Kendrick led Ole Miss with 48 yards rushing. Flatt, a slow-running pocket passer, was sacked four times and was intercepted twice. Randy Kelly returned Flatt`s first intercepted pass 42 yards for a touchdown on the final play of the first quarter.