OXFORD, Miss. -- TCU pitcher Preston Morrison struck out nine Rebels, but No. 13 Ole Miss (2-0) rallied from a 2-1 deficit with four two-out runs to beat the No. 14 Horned Frogs 5-2 on Saturday.TCU (0-2) suffered another frustrating defeat after losing the season opener 1-0 on Friday when an interference call ended the game.The Frogs pushed across their two runs in the fifth inning and led 2-1 to start the bottom of the eighth.A two-out single by Ole Miss' Tanner Mathis tied the game at 2-2. He stole second, moved to third on a wild pitch and broke the tie on Auston Bousfield's chopper to first that bounced over TCU's Kevin Cron.Here's what Ole Miss coach Mike Bianco had to say about the game, via the Mississippi official website:"It was another very well pitched game. Preston Morrison (who went seven innings) gave us fits. We knew how good he was, from facing him twice in the regional last year."It's mystifying when you stand from the side and watch it. His command is so good with three different pitches. We just looked very uncomfortable at the plate all day long."Ole Miss starting pitcher "Mike (Mayers) obviously didn't have his best day out there command wise. It was a tough day to play baseball, in these temperatures and the win. Mike really gutted it out. "They put three hits together in one inning," Bianco said. "There haven't been a lot of hits over the past two days. They had a great at bat by (Derek) Odell to get the big RBIs."Reliever and winning pitcher "Aaron Greenwood looked tremendous. He looked like he made them feel a little uncomfortable. He mixed three pitches in there and was able to work both sides of the plate. In the eighth inning, we had a great at bat by (Andrew) Mistone, a huge at bat by Tanner Mathis and then the big stolen base. The crowd really got into it. The people who were here were very loud in the eighth."