Auburn vs Ole Miss football: TV Channel Schedule, Kick Off time, scores and highlights

The No. 3 Auburn Tigers take on the No 4 Ole Miss Rebels in what is expected to be the center of college football schedule on Saturday at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, MS.

Auburn and Mississippi are anticipated to throw everything for this all-important match. Both teams have one loss, and the loser will eventually find itself out of the college football playoff because of getting two defeats. Aside from that, both have to battle in the SEC West which Mississippi State and Alabama are No 1 and No 2.

The Tigers have the most difficult schedule in college football. They have to play Georgia and Alabama in the last five games of their schedule. If they survive all their remaining games, they would likely be considered in the CFP.

“We’ve got to go there and we’ve got to play well to win,” Auburn coach Malzahn told the team’s official website. “That’s the only thing on our mind. We aren’t looking ahead to this and that. We are going to Ole Miss and we are trying to win the game.”

Auburn suffered its only loss in the hands of the Mississippi State but the team finally bounced back over South Carolina in a 42-35 victory last Saturday.

Auburn utilized the rushing offense with 395 yards that shocked South Carolina’s defense. Cameron Artis-Payne rushed for 167 yards.

Offensively, Auburn averages 215.9 yards in passing and 281 yards in rushing. Defensively, Auburn yields 242 yards in rushing and 120.4 in passing.

The Ole Miss Rebels couldn’t maintain to stay undefeated after they lost to LSU, 10-7, last Saturday. It was a heart-breaking defeat that would derail their part in the college football playoff rankings.

Mississippi is the best in the nation in points given with 10.5 per game. Moreover, the Rebels haven’t allowed any of their opponents to reach 20 points. Will the Tigers be able to break through that mark?

Ole Miss allowed 264 yards to LSU in the previous game but it came with 55 carries. However, the loss would primarily be blamed on the offense which garnered only 313 yards. Quarterback Bo Wallace struggled to maintain his accuracy in passing. Wallace completed 25 of 48 for 336 yards with two TDs and two interceptions in last year’s game.

Offensively, Ole Miss averages 268.8 yards in passing and 149.5 yards in rushing. Defensively, Ole Miss yields 187 yards in passing and 118 in rushing.

Auburn vs Ole Miss football tv channel schedule is on ESPN. Auburn vs Ole Miss football kick off time is at 7:00 PM ET. Auburn vs Ole Miss football scores and results will be posted here after the game.

Auburn football vs Ole Miss odds and point spread: -1.5 Ole Miss

Scores and highlights.

McKinzy recovered a fumble in the end zone to preserve the fourth-ranked Tigers’ 35-31 victory over No. 7 Mississippi on Saturday night in what amounted to the first College Football Playoff knockout game.


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