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Alabama vs. Ole Miss Reside Rating, Updates, Highlights from SEC Week 5 Soccer Recreation

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No. 12 Ole Miss will travel to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to face potential Heisman contenders against the No. 1 Crimson Tide in an SEC showdown.

The rebels seek redemption after losing 63-48 to Alabama in 2020. Coach Lane Kiffin, who previously served as Alabama Offensive Coordinator from 2014 to 2016, helped start quarterback Matt Corral to get one of the most successful starts in the world on FBS. Corral completed 66 of 96 passes for 997 yards and a total of 14 touchdowns to lead Ole Miss to an unbeaten record in three games. In week 5, Ole Miss’ offensive is number one on the FBS at 1,096 yards.

During a press conference this week, Kiffin poked at the Crimson Tide going into the matchup. He also mocked Alabama coach Nick Saban’s famous “rat poison” phrase in a tweet praising quarterback Matt Corral.

MORE: Ole Miss vs. Alabama odds, predictions, betting trends for the SEC at the CBS showdown

While the Ole Miss appears confident, they are challenged by a competitive offensive in Alabama led by Bryce Young. The sophomore quarterback completed 88 of 122 passes for 1,124 yards and scored a total of 15 touchdowns in four games. Despite the high placements in the offense of the rebels, the Crimson Tide is favored with 14.5 points, according to FanDuel.

This is where you can find all the info you need to keep up with live updates of the week 5 SEC matchup.

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Alabama vs. Ole Miss score

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F.
Alabama 7th 21st 14th
Be missed 0 0 7th

Alabama vs. Ole Miss Updates, Highlights

(All times east)

6:10: Alabama linebacker Kendrick Blackshire is called for a target penalty and expelled after an official review of the course.

6:08 AM: TOUCHDOWN ALABAMA. Brian Robinson storms two yards into the end zone for his fourth rushing score. The Crimson Tide led 42-7 with 10:47 remaining.

6:04: Young is fired to push the Crimson back to third place and a long 19 yards. He completes Jameson Williams for a 26 yard win on the two. The game is checked to confirm that his hands secured the ball before it went down.

6:02: Brian Robinson carried multiple defenders on a 21-yard run to Alabama at Aug.

Third quarter: Alabama 35, Ole Miss 7

5:55: After the break, Ole Miss decides to poke out of her 10. Alabama picks up and starts on their own 34.

5:54: With 44 seconds remaining in the third quarter, Lane Kiffin calls for a time out for Ole Miss when he is fourth.

5:52: Ole Miss defensive back Keidrion Smith intercepts a pass from Young in the end zone. The pick marks the second place in the Alabama quarterback this season. The rebels take over at the three-foot line.

5:49: Young graduated from Billingsley to first down at Ole Miss 18.

5:48: Bryce Young is fired at 36 and Alabama decides to give it a try in fourth place.

5:44: TOUCHDOWN OLE MISS. Matt Corral runs for 10 yards into the end zone and brings the first set of points on the board for Ole Miss Crimson Tide lead 35-7 with 8:25 remaining in the third quarter.

5:30: TOUCHDOWN ALABAMA. The Crimson Tide opened the second half with Brian Robinson’s one-yard score, his third touchdown of the game. Robinson has a total of 101 yards and three touchdowns from 21 carries. the Crimson Tide Leadership 35-0 with 12:52 remaining in the third quarter.

5:28: Brian Robinson runs into the end zone for another Alabama touchdown, but the call was turned. The Crimson Tide gets a new set of depths from the one.

5:26: Young completes Metchie for a 15 yard win.

5:24: Young throws a 29 yard pass at Slade Bolden to open the second half.

First half: Alabama 28, Ole Miss 0

4:56: Will Anderson fires Corral to force third place and 19 for the Rebels. Corral goes down with another loss to end the first half.

4:52: TOUCHDOWN ALABAMA. Brian Robinson storms in for his second one-yard score of the day. Alabama leads 28-0 with less than a minute in half.

4:48: Alabama’s Phidarian Mathis dismisses Matt Corral and forces a fumble that is restored by Justin Eboigbe. Alabama takes over from the Rebels Jan.

4:42: TOUCHDOWN ALABAMA. Bryce Young joins Cameron Latu for just under three yards and takes his second score, fourth behind. the Crimson Tide extends 21-0 lead. the end with 2:55 remaining in half.

4:38: Alabama forces the rebels’ third turnover with a stop by Henry To’oto’o. Alabama takes over at Ole Miss 27.

4:32: Jameson Williams plunged deeply, looking for Bryce Young’s pass, but fell and missed. Alabama is forced to poke for the first time in this game, allowing Ole Miss to take the lead at 22.

4:30: Nick Saban calls a time out with 7:19 remaining at half time.

4:26: Will Anderson pressures Corral and stops Ole Miss from the start. The rebels kick the first punt of the game and let the Crimson Tide take over at 17.

4:22: TOUCHDOWN ALABAMA. Brian Robinson storms into the end zone for a one-yard score. the Crimson Tide increases its lead by 14-7. the end with 12:14 remainder in half.

4:20: Bryce Young made his way through the rebel defenses to win four meters. Alabama will try in fourth place.

First quarter: Alabama 7, Ole Miss 0

4:08: Ole Miss forces a consecutive turnover on downs so Alabama can start its second drive from 42.

4:00: TOUCHDOWN ALABAMA. Young shoots a pass at John Metchie for a 16 yard score. The touchdown marks Young’s 16th touchdown pass this season. the Crimson Tide leads 7-0 with 2:20 remaining in the first quarter.

3:59: After verification, the call is considered a complete pass. Alabama continues the ride from the Rebels’ 16.

3:56: Young completes Jahleel Billingsley, but loses control of the ball as soon as it hits the ground. He threw it back for recovery but the game is being checked to see if the ball was forged or an incomplete pass. The call is on and Alabama deserves first down.

3:54: Jameson Williams completes a 15-yard pass from Bryce Young and gives Alabama a first down.

3:50: Jordan Battle and Tim Smith stop for the Crimson Tide and force a turnover on the downs. Alabama begins its first possession of its own 6.

3:48: Corral is being called to a deliberate grounding penalty that will force runner-up from the Alabama 15.

3:46: Braylon Sanders makes a one-handed catch after a pass from Matt Corral to give the Rebels the first down.

3:40: Lane Kiffin said “get your popcorn ready” before dropping the microphone before kick-off.

3:39: Alabama won the throw and will defer, Ole Miss will start the ball.

Alabama vs. Ole Miss start time

  • Date: Saturday October 2nd
  • Kick-off: 3:30 p.m. ET

Alabama vs. Ole Miss begins at 3:30 p.m. ET at Bryant Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

This is how you see Alabama vs. Ole Miss

  • TV channel: CBS
  • Live broadcast: fuboTV

This cross-departmental SEC matchup will be broadcast nationwide on CBS. Gary Danielson and Brad Nessler will announce the game in the dressing room. They are joined by part-time reporter Jamie Erdahl and rules analyst Gene Steratore.

Alabama football schedule 2021

date opponent Time (ET)
September 4th Alabama 44, Miami 13
September 11 Alabama 48, Mercer 14
September 18 Alabama 31, Florida 29
25th of September Alabama 63, Southern Miss 14
Oct. 2 vs. Ole Miss 3:30 p.m.
Oct 9 at Texas A&M 8 p.m.
Oct 16 in the state of Mississippi still open
23 Oct against Tennessee still open
Oct 30 Goodbye N / A
November 6th vs. LSU still open
November 13th vs. State of New Mexico still open
20th November vs. Arkansas still open
November 27th at Auburn still open

Ole Miss Football Schedule 2021

date opponent Time (ET)
September 4th Ole Miss 43, Louisville 24
September 11 Ole Miss 54, Austin Peay 17
September 18 Ole Miss 61, Tulane 21
25th of September Goodbye N / A
Oct. 2 # 1 Alabama 3:30 p.m.
Oct 9 vs. Arkansas still open
Oct 16 in Tennessee still open
23 Oct vs. LSU still open
Oct 30 at No. 22 Auburn still open
November 6th vs. freedom still open
November 13th vs. No. 15 Texas A&M still open
20th November vs. Vanderbilt still open
25. November in the state of Mississippi 19:30 o’clock
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