It’s hard to imagine two teams coming off more opposite performances than Auburn and Ole Miss — and they also are opponents this week.
No. 12 Auburn (4-1, 2-0 SEC) has rebounded from a close loss at Clemson with a pair of blowout wins in SEC play against Missouri and Mississippi State, the latest one coming in at 49-10 on the scoreboard. Ole Miss (2-2, 0-1 SEC), on the other hand, just suffered a 66-3 beatdown at the hands of No. 1 Alabama.
Auburn is looking to stay hot with another big win in SEC play before it heads on the road for three SEC West away games in four weeks. Ole Miss will try to salvage any sort of momentum for the season, one that is already guaranteed to not end with a bowl game, thanks to self-imposed sanctions.
Auburn-Ole Miss football game time, details
- Time: Noon ET/11 a.m. CT
- Date: Saturday, Oct. 7
- Location: Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, Ala.
- Line: Auburn by 21
What channel is Auburn-Ole Miss football on?
SEC Network is broadcasting this game between Auburn and Ole Miss.
Who is calling the Auburn-Ole Miss football game?
Tom Hart is the play-by-play announcer, Jordan Rodgers is the color commentator and Cole Cubelic is the sideline reporter for the Auburn-Ole Miss game on SEC Network.
How can I watch Auburn-Ole Miss football online?
You can stream the Auburn and Ole Miss game at WatchESPN.
How can I listen to Auburn-Ole Miss football on the radio?
You can listen to the Auburn Sports Network call of the Auburn and Ole Miss game with Rod Bramblett, Stan White and Ronnie Brown. Locally in Auburn, the broadcast is on 93.9 FM. The Auburn Sports Network also offers a stream on AuburnTigers.com and the TuneIn app.
Auburn-Ole Miss football preview
- 30 and 30 in 30: Auburn has beaten back-to-back SEC opponents by 30-plus points for the first time in 30 years. The Tigers last pulled off the feat in 1987, when they smashed Mississippi State and Vanderbilt in consecutive weeks. Auburn could make it 3 for 3 and double dip on the struggling state of Mississippi.
- Best since Cam: Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham delivered a performance to remember against Mississippi State as his QB rating was the highest for a Tigers passer since 2010, when Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton did it against Chattanooga.
- 14 is all you’ll get: Auburn is the only team in FBS football to hold each of its first five opponents to 14 or fewer points. The Tigers also rank No. 3 nationally in passing yards allowed per attempt.
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