BALTIMORE, Md. (WTVA) - Former Ole Miss Rebel Brandon Bolden had two carries for the New England Patriots Sunday night against the Baltimore Ravens. On his first carry during NBC's Sunday Night Football game, the rookie running back scored the first touchdown of his NFL career.
In the middle of the first quarter, Bolden plunged two yards up the middle and across the goal line to give New England a 9-0 lead (10-0 after the extra point).
The former Rebel finished the game with two carries for four yards and a touchdown. The Patriots lost to the Ravens 31-30 on a last-second field goal.
After the game, Bolden took to Twitter, sending out a Tweet saying, "THANK YOU PATS and REBEL nation for the love and support".