The Bama-Ole Miss live blog, which we did not update after 10 minutes for obvious reasons

The Bama-Ole Miss live blog, which we did not update after 10 minutes for obvious reasons

# 1 Alabama visits Ole Miss in Oxford, lives on ESPN and WatchESPN, We would run a live blog of this game with updates.

But we do not do that anymore. Life is too short and you would rather go outside or be with your family or let the paint dry than read this post. We will update this post again when Ole Miss returns to two TDs at any given time. But right now we have paused this live blog with Bama's lead at 28-7, with 4:40 in the first quarter.

Update: Bama won, 62-7.

OK.

Alabama 28, Ole Miss 7

Bama touchdown. We are done here.

Alabama 21, Ole Miss 7

"Ole Miss really needs a touchdown here," I said aloud to my colleagues, just as Dionte Thompson intercepted Jordan Ta'amu in Ole Miss & # 39; Drive's first game before dropping it 40 yards back to Ole Miss 15 ran.

Alabama 21, Ole Miss 7

Anyone who is not Alabama will eventually die.

(Najee Harris touchdown.) Six-game, 62-yard drive in 2:25. Bama averages 15 yards per game.)

Alabama 14, Ole Miss 7

The rebels rode, but Deionte Thompson knocked the ball away from a running Jordan Ta'amu, and The Tide's Philadelphian Mathis picked up the fumble at his own 38.

Alabama 14, Ole Miss 7

The Rebels A.J. Brown was just tagged for holding a third and a 1, killing a long Scottie Phillips run. But the foul was far enough in low flying that the first countdown was counted anyway and maybe Ole Miss had a little ride. The Rebs are in midfield.

Alabama 14, Ole Miss 7

Touchdown, Bama, on a 79-yard strike from Tua Tagovailoa to Jerry Jeudy on a third and a nine. The Tide have messed up twice already – once by allowing a 75-yard TD in the first game of the game, fumbling around in their own territory again – and they're in the game for six minutes anyway. This is not a team, that lasts a long time.

Alabama 7, Ole Miss 7

Ole Miss lost a good field position after picking up an Alabama fumble at Tide's 47. The Rebels went three and got out and Mac Brown's punt went to the end zone.

Alabama 7, Ole Miss 7

The Tide was after Damien Harris's touchdown run and a defensive stop on the move. But Henry Ruggs III just fumbled just before the midfield and Ole Miss recovered. Danger.

Alabama 7, Ole Miss 7

The teams acted early. Ole Miss got a 75-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Ta & # 39; amu to D.K. Metcalf on the first game of the game by Scrimmage.

Alabama's Damien Harris responded with a 43-yard TD run.


The # 1 Alabama Crimson Tide has a tough test in the form of a street game against the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday. The game is set for 19 pm ET on ESPN (live streaming over WatchESPN),

Alabama scored 51 points at home to Lousville and 57 points at home to Arkansas State, all 21 points. Ole Miss put 47 points against Texas Tech, who only scored 27, and then completely destroyed Southern Illinois, 76-41.

Below you will find everything you need to know when entering the game on Saturday.

  • Time: 19.00 ET
  • Place: Vaught Hemingway Stadium, Oxford
  • TV: ESPN
  • streaming: WatchESPN
  • Opportunities: Alabama opened as a 22.5-point favorite for the Saturday game.

All in all, I could almost copy and paste the offensive preview for Ole Miss in 2017, and not much has changed. They were dangerous then, now they are dangerous and experienced. If Arkansas State and Louisville were tests on the revamped Tide secondary, the Rebel Bear Landshark offense is more of a final exam. If they come out and manage to close or at least limit the Ole Miss recipients, then I am ready to say that they are ready for any passing game that college football can throw at them.

According to the latest S & P + ranking, Ole Miss sit at 12.2 points, while Alabama leads all teams in the nation with 37.1. That would mean that Alabama would have a lead of 24.9 points in a neutral field. Ole Miss has the home field but no home field is that strong.

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