Ole Miss' season just went from bad to worse.
Quarterback Shea Patterson is out for the season with a torn PCL in his right knee, according to 247Sports.
The senior sustained the injury in the last series of the first half against LSU Saturday night. He went back into the locker room, but came out after halftime and played for much of the third and fourth quarters with a brace on his knee.
However, an MRI after the game revealed the PCL damage.
In the 40-24 loss to LSU, the sophomore threw for 116 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions. However, Patterson leads the SEC in passing yards (2,259).
With Patterson out, junior Jordan Ta'amu will take over at quarterback.