Ole Miss retires Eli Manning's No. 10 as family looks on

By , WWL Radio Sports

Lane Kiffin walked off the Ole Miss bus in a New York Giants No. 10 jersey. When he took it off, it was replaced by a white sweatshirt emblazoned with the words "Manning 10."

It was the clearest sign that it was a special day out in Oxford, other than host of Mannings, including Archie, as Eli had his number retired by the university.

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The No. 10 joins Archie's No. 18 and Chucky Mullins' No. 38 as the lone numbers retired by Ole Miss, where both Archie and Eli played before going on to long NFL careers.

"I loved Ole Miss. I grew up a fan. Came to games here, came to the Grove," Eli said in an interview on CBS. "I remember 35 years ago when they retired my dad's jersey."

Check out the moment when Manning's jersey was retired below. Can't see the video? Click here.