South Carolina football first look: Ole Miss

South Carolina First-look Ole Miss

South Carolina football visits Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford. Here is your first look at Ole Miss.

Ole Miss Season So Far

Sept. 26Florida51Ole Miss35
Oct. 3Ole Miss42Kentucky41
Oct. 10Alabama63Ole Miss48
Oct. 17Ole Miss21Arkansas33
Oct. 24Auburn35Ole Miss28
Oct. 31Ole Miss54Vanderbilt21
Nov. 14South Carolina42Ole Miss59
Nov. 21$ Ole MissTexas A&M
Nov. 28Mississippi State24Ole Miss31
Dec. 5$ Ole MissLSU
Dec. 12$& Ole MissTexas A&M
Dec. 19& Ole Miss48LSU53
Dec. 19@& Ole MissTexas A&M
Jan. 2Ole Miss26Indiana20
$ Game postponed
& Game rescheduled
$& Rescheduled game
that was postponed.
@ Game canceled

Ole Miss Injuries and Suspensions

[LB] 11/08/2020 – Jacquez Jones is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Upper Body)
[RB] 11/08/2020 – Isaiah Woullard is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Undisclosed)
[TE] 11/08/2020 – Damarcus Thomas is “?” Saturday vs South Carolina (Undisclosed)


Challenges for South Carolina

Ole Miss has probably the best offense in the SEC. They just don’t have the defense to go with it. That offense would produce a lot more if the Rebels had more offensive possessions. Will Muschamp is a fine defensive coach but he’ll have a lot of work to do to prepare for this Rebel offense. I think the Rebels may be putting several new plays every week based on who they are playing and that team’s type of defense. The Gamecock defense has to be ready for just about anything and the USC offense must score at least 35 points to have a chance to win this game.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). You can watch this South Carolina football game on the SEC Network.

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