Texas A&M football visits Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford. Here is your first look at the Ole Miss Rebels.
Ole Miss Season So Far
|09/11||Austin Peay||W 54-17||Home|
|11/13||Texas A&M||7:00 PM||Home|
|11/25||Miss State||7:30 PM||Away|
|Stat (per game)||Texas A&M||Ole Miss|
|Total YDS Allowed||317.8||432.7|
|Pass YDS Allowed||194.7||237.3|
|Rush YDS Allowed||123.1||195.3|
Ole Miss Injuries and Suspensions
[OL] 10/26/2021 – Ben Brown is out for season (Biceps)
[OL] 10/07/2021 – Caleb Warren is out indefinitely (Ankle)
[WR] 10/01/2021 – Jonathan Mingo is out indefinitely (Foot)
[WR] 11/06/2021 – Dontario Drummond is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[TE] 11/06/2021 – Chase Rogers is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[WR] 08/25/2021 – Bralon Brown is out indefinitely (Undisclosed)
Challenges for Texas A&M
This is a huge game for both teams. The winner will be in line for a top-notch nonplayoff bowl bid. A&M’s biggest challenge is to slow down that Ole Miss offense. The Rebels are currently fourth nationally and first in the mighty SEC in total offense piling up a ridiculous 524 yards per game on average. Quarterback Matt Corral is a big reason for that success. So far this season Corral has connected on 182 of 272 passes for 2,527 yards, 16 touchdowns and just two interceptions. Shut down Corral and you likely win this game.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:00 PM CT (7:00 PM ET). You can watch this SEC football game on the ESPN Network.