Miss No. 12 Ole will travel to Tascalusa, Alabama for the No. 1 Crimson Tide at an SEC showdown of potential Heisman contestants.
The rebels are trying to free themselves after a 4-4 defeat in Alabama in 2020. Coach Lane Kiffin, who previously served as Alabama’s offensive coordinator from 2011-1-16, helped guide quarterback Matt Coral. FBS. Coral completed 66 of 96 passes for 997 yards and a total of 14 touchdowns to take Ole Miss to an unbeaten record through three games. Going into Week 5, Ole Miss’s offense ranks first on FBS with 1,096 total yards.
During a news conference this week, Kiffin Crimson looked at the tide and moved on to the matchup. He ridiculed Alabama coach Nick Saban’s famous “rat poison” word on Twitter, praising quarterback Matt Coral.
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While Ole Miss looks confident, they will be challenged by the competitive Alabama offense led by Bryce Young. Sophomore’s quarterback completed 88 of 122 passes for 1,124 yards and a total of 15 touchdowns through four games. Despite the rebels ’high ranking of offenses, according to Fanduel, the Crimson Tide favored 14.5 points.
Here’s all the information you need to track the live updates of the ranked Week 5 SEC matchup.
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Alabama vs. Ole Miss Score
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Alabama vs. Ole Miss Updates, Highlights
Third Quarter: Alabama 35, Ole Miss 7
5:55: After the time was up, Ole Miss decided to drop them to 10. Alabama rescues and will start from their own 34.
5:54: With seconds left in the third quarter, Lane Kiffin finds a time to miss Ole in the fourth down.
5:52: Ole Miss Defensive back Cedrian Smith blocked a pass from Young in the end zone. The pick is the second season of the Alabama quarterback. The rebels occupied the three-foot line.
5:49: Ole Miss 1 from Young Billingsley. Finishes the first descent at.
5:48: Bryce Young was fired at 36 and Alabama decided to go down to fourth.
5:44: Miss Touchdown Ole. Matt Coral went into the last area for 10-yards and put the first set of points on board for the Ole Miss. Crimson Tide Lead 35-7 There are 8:25 left in the third quarter.
5:30: Touchdown Alabama. Crimson Tide started the second half with a one-yard score by Brian Robinson, his third touchdown of the game. Robinson has three touchdowns through a total of 101 yards and 21 carry. The Crimson Tide led 35-0 There are 12:52 left in the third quarter.
5:28: Brian Robinson moved to the last zone for another Alabama touchdown, but the call was reversed. The Crimson Tide gets a new rise from one.
5:26: Young completes Mechi for 15 yards profit.
5:24: The youngster threw a 29-yard pass to Slade Bolden to open the second half.
First Half: Alabama 28, Ole Miss 0
4:56: Will Anderson Coral said the sack was third for the rebels and forced 19. Coral went down for another loss to finish the first half.
4:52: Touchdown Alabama. Brian Robinson rushed for the second one-yard score of the day. Alabama leads 2-0-0 Less than half a minute left.
4:48: Alabama’s Federian Mathis dismisses Matt Coral and forces a snooze rescued by Jumber Eboigbe. Alabama took charge of 14 of the rebels.
4:42: Touchdown Alabama. Bryce Young finished Cameron Latu tight for three yards to get their second score down the fourth. The The Crimson Tide led their lead 21-0 With 2:55 half left.
4:38: Alabama lowered the rebels’ third turnover with a stop by Henry Toto. Alabama Ole takes charge at Miss 27.
4:32: Jameson Williams ran deep and looked for Bryce Young’s pass, but he missed his goal and missed. Alabama was forced to push for the first time in the game, allowing Ole Miss to take charge of their 22nd.
4:30: Nick Saban spends half his time at 7:19.
4:26: Will Anderson pressured Coral and stopped Ole Miss from the start. The Rebels hit the first push of the game and let the Crimson Tide take them for 17 years.
4:22: Touchdown Alabama. Brian Robinson ran into the last zone for a one-yard score. The The Crimson Tide extends their lead 14-7 With 12:14 half left.
4:20: Bryce Young changed his path through defending the rebels to gain four yards. Alabama will go for it down to fourth for one.
First quarter: Alabama 7, Ole Miss 0
4:08: Ole lets Miss Alabama start their second drive from second 2.
4:00: Touchdown Alabama. Young gave John Mechi a pass for a 16-yard score. Touchdown Young’s 16th touchdown has passed this season. The Crimson Tide lead-0 goals ahead There are 2:20 left in the first quarter.
3:59: After review, the call stands as a complete pass. The Alabama rebels have been campaigning since the 16th.
3:56: Young Jahel finishes Billingsley, but loses control of the ball after hitting the ground. He took it back for recovery, but the play is being reviewed to determine if the ball has fumbled, or an incomplete pass. The call stops, and Alabama earns first down.
3:54: Jameson Williams completed a 15-yard pass from Brass Young to take Alabama down first.
3:50: Jordan Battle and Tim Smith Crimson make stops for the tide and force a turnover on the downs. Alabama will start their first possession from their own 6.
3:48: Corral was called for a deliberate grounding penalty, forcing Alabama down 15 seconds.
3:46: Brelon Sanders catches Matt Coral’s pass with one hand to give the rebels the first down.
3:40: “Prepare your popcorn,” Lane Keefin said before taking the mic off the kickoff.
3:39: Alabama won the toss and elected to field.
Alabama vs. Ole Miss start time
- Date: Saturday, October 2
- Kick: 3:30 pm ET
Alabama vs Ole Miss will start at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa at 30: 30 pm.
How to watch Alabama vs. Ole Miss
- TV channel: CBS
- Live broadcast: fuboTV
This cross-division SEC matchup will be broadcast nationally on CBS. Gary Danielson and Brad Nessler will call the game at the booth. They will be joined by sideline reporter Jamie Erdahal and rules analyst Jean Stratatore.
Alabama Football Schedule 2021
|September 4||Alabama 44, Miami 13||–|
|September 11||Alabama 48, Mercer 14||–|
|18 September||Alabama 31, Florida 29||–|
|25 September||Alabama 63, Southern Miss 14||–|
|October 2||Vs. Ole Miss||3:30 p.m.|
|October 9||Texas A&M||8 p.m.|
|October 16||In the state of Mississippi||TBD|
|October 23||Vs. Tennessee||TBD|
|October 30||Bye||N / A|
|November 6||Vs. LSU||TBD|
|November 13||Vs. New Mexico State||TBD|
|November 20||Vs. Arkansas||TBD|
|2 Nov November||At Auburn||TBD|
Ole Miss Football Schedule 2021
|September 4||Ole Miss 43, Louisville 24||–|
|September 11||Ole Miss 54, Austin Pay 17||–|
|18 September||Ole Miss 61, Tulane 21||–|
|25 September||Bye||N / A|
|October 2||No. 1 in Alabama||3:30 p.m.|
|October 9||Vs. Arkansas||TBD|
|October 16||In Tennessee||TBD|
|October 23||Vs. LSU||TBD|
|October 30||At number 22||TBD|
|November 6||Vs. Liberty||TBD|
|November 13||Vs. No. 15 Texas A&M||TBD|
|November 20||Vs. Vanderbilt||TBD|
|November 25||In the state of Mississippi||7:30 p.m.|