First Look: Ole Miss vs. Arkansas

Arkansas vs Ole Miss

Ole Miss visits Arkansas on Saturday in Little Rock. Here is a first look at the Ole Miss-Arkansas matchup.

Ole Miss Season so far

Sept. 1 Texas Tech [Houston] W 47-27
Sept. 8 Southern Illinois W 76-41
Sept. 15 Alabama L 62-7
Sept. 22 Kent State W 38-17
Sept. 29 at LSU L 45-16
Oct. 6 ULM W 70-21

Arkansas Season so far

Sept. 1 Eastern Illinois W 55-20
Sept. 8 at Colorado State L 34-27
Sept. 15 North Texas L 44-17
Sept. 22 at Auburn L 34-3
Sept. 29 at Texas A&M [Arlington] L 24-17
Oct. 6 Alabama L 65-31

Stat Comparison

Ole Miss Stat Arkansas
42.3 Points 25.0
35.5 Points Allowed 36.8
540.8 Total YDS 358.2
347.5 Pass YDS 211.3
193.3 Rush YDS 146.8
503.5 Total YDS Allowed 400.5
307.8 Pass YDS Allowed 271.3
195.7 Rush YDS Allowed 129.2
40.79 3rd down conv % 32.18
0.83 Turnover margin -0.67
43 & Massey Composite 108

& The Massey Composite Ratings are compiled from 98 different college football ratings and rankings.

Ole Miss Injuries and Suspensions

10/07/18 DB C.J. Miller Ankle injured last game is "?" Saturday vs Arkansas
10/07/18 DB Myles Hartsfield Undisclosed injured last game is "?" Saturday vs Arkansas
10/01/18 DB C.J. Moore Pectoral is out indefinitely
09/25/18 LB Josh Clarke Ankle is out indefinitely
09/17/18 DB Montrell Custis ACL is out for season
09/16/18 DB Jaylon Jones ACL is out for season
07/19/18 RB D'Vaughn Pennamon Knee is out indefinitely

Arkansas Injuries and Suspensions

10/07/18 OL Brian Wallace Ankle is "?" Saturday vs Mississippi
10/07/18 RB Devwah Whaley Concussion is "?" Saturday vs Mississippi
10/07/18 DB Santos Ramirez Shoulder is "?" Saturday vs Mississippi
10/04/18 DL Briston Guidry Knee is out indefinitely
10/04/18 OL Dylan Hays Back is out for season
10/02/18 TE Jeremy Patton Leg is out indefinitely
09/25/18 DB Chevin Calloway Personal is out indefinitely
09/24/18 WR Jonathan Nance Transferred has left team
08/08/18 OL Deion Malone Knee is out for season
08/08/18 T Ryan Winkel Pectoral is out indefinitely


Challenges for Ole Miss

The Rebels have got to find some defense to complement their powerful offense. Arkansas is a team that is coming around offensively. The Hogs hung 31 on Alabama on Saturday. Sure many of those points were scored against Bama backups but still, that’s an impressive number to score on the nation’s No. 1 team. Ole Miss has to slow down Chad Morris’ offense or they could be looking at another conference loss.

Challenges for Arkansas

The Hogs have struggled defensively this season. Ole Miss QB Jordan Ta’amu is a player that can hurt opponents. At the halfway mark in the season he’s got almost 2,000 yards passing. To have a shot at winning the Razorbacks must somehow keep pressure on Ta’amu while covering the Rebel’s elite corps of wide receivers.

Saturday’s game kicks off at 6:30 pm CT and can be seen on the SEC Network.

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