The Auburn Tigers (1-4, 0-3) and Ole Miss Rebels (3-3, 0-2) have both struggled thus far this season and both teams will still be looking for their first win in SEC play when they face off on Oct. 13 in Oxford.
Ole Miss is coming off a narrow 30-27 loss to the No. 22 Texas A&M Aggies, in which the Rebels held a 10-point fourth-quarter lead. Ole Miss forced six turnovers, but were unable to secure the victory as Texas A&M scored with 1:46 remaining to take the lead. The Rebels have now lost 16 consecutive conference games.
Auburn struggled in a 24-7 loss to the Arkansas Razorbacks on Oct. 6, in which they turned the ball over five times and were sacked eight times. Prior to that game, the Tigers looked promising, taking LSU to the brink in a 12-10 loss. Still, Auburn's only win on the season remains an overtime victory over Louisiana-Monroe. The big question for the Tigers remains quarterback. Clint Moseley replaced a struggling Kiehl Frazier in the Arkansas game, and is set to get the call again on Saturday.
Game time, TV channel: 12:21 p.m. ET, SEC Network
Point spread: Ole Miss favored by six
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