Ole Miss hosts Idaho in what should be a blowout on Homecoming weekend. Television coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. ET on CSS.
The Rebels started the season 3-0, earning a spot in the Top 25, before losing three in a row once SEC play started -- a shutout to Alabama and close losses against Auburn and Texas A&M. Luck turned the Rebels' way last week, as they pulled off a mammoth upset, beating LSU at home, 27-24.
Things have not gone so well for Paul Petrino's Idaho squad. The Vandals have just one win -- over hapless Temple -- and only one of their six losses have come by a margin of fewer than 24 points.
Rankings and records: Neither team is ranked. The two teams have never played before. Ole Miss is 4-3 this season, while Idaho is 1-6.
Vegas: Ole Miss is a 42-point favorite with a 58.5 over/under. OddsShark has more.
Weather: Cool with clear skies.
Three names to know
Bo Wallace. Dr. Bo has nine touchdowns against three interceptions this year, with three more touchdowns coming on the ground.
Jeff Scott. An explosive playmaker, the Rebel running back is equally dangerous out of the backfield as he is on returns.
James Baker. Idaho hasn't done much right this year, but its running back has scored seven total touchdowns and is averaging nearly five yards per touch.
Two things at stake
A loss for Ole Miss would simply be an embarrassment on Homecoming weekend.
A win over the Rebels would stave off calls for Paul Petrino's job.
How to witness
TV: 7:30 p.m. ET on CSS.
Online streaming: ESPN3.
For more from Ole Miss, head to Red Cup Rebellion. For more on Idaho, good luck.