The Alabama Crimson Tide and the Ole Miss Rebels will clash against each other on Saturday for some football action at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Mississippi. Alabama is fresh off a matchup versus LSU. The Tide would go on to lose in overtime. Meanwhile the Rebels, they’re coming off an open week. Ole Miss last appeared in a win over Texas A&M.
Alabama won their first six games of the year, taking out Utah State, Texas, LA-Monroe, Vanderbilt, Arkansas and Texas A&M. After a 52-49 loss to Tennessee on October 15, the Tide bounced back with a win over Mississippi State.
In the LSU game, Alabama was able to force overtime with a 15-10 fourth quarter. The Tide ultimately lost however, giving up a decisive two-point conversion in a 32-31 result. QB Bryce Young put up 328 yards with a TD and a pick. Jahmyr Gibbs had 99 yards on 15 carries.
Over on the Ole Miss side, they won their first seven games versus Troy, Central Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Tulsa, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Auburn. The Rebels would end up falling to LSU but they were able to beat Texas A&M in their last outing.
Back on October 29 versus Texas A&M, the Rebels were down 14-10 by halftime. Ole Miss rallied in the third quarter for a 14-0 edge and held on for a 31-28 win. QB Jaxson Dart put up 140 yards with three scores, and Quinshon Judkins added 205 yards and a TD on 34 carries.
The Tide put up a pretty good effort overall versus a solid LSU team in their loss over the weekend, bagging 465 total yards with 25 first downs. The tepid 6-of-16 on third downs and nine penalties didn’t help Alabama’s chances, though.
As for Ole Miss, they put on a rushing clinic in their last game versus Texas A&M. The Rebels would finish with a whopping 390 rush yards among their 530 total yards. Ole Miss also had 26 first downs and zero turnovers in the close victory.
Mississippi has scored 31 or more points in three of their last four games, and they should be able to keep up for most of this matchup, making this an interesting matchup to watch.
Alabama vs Ole Miss Game Information
- Date: 11/12/2022
- Time: 03:30 PM ET
- Location: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, MS.
- How to Watch Alabama vs Ole Miss: CBS
- Live Stream: fubo.tv
Alabama vs Ole Miss Betting Lines
Alabama is -450 according to our Vegas NCAAF Lines. This means that if you wager $100 you have the chance to win $22. On the other side, Ole Miss is +430 according to the Vegas NCAAF Lines. This means that if you wager $100 you have the chance to win $430.
The implied probability for these two teams attached to the betting lines have Alabama at a 81.82% chance of winning the game, meanwhile Ole Miss have 22.73% probability of finishing the game with the W.
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