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Alabama vs. Ole Miss Live Stream: How To Watch Online

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SEC league play kicks off this weekend with an epic matchup between #1 Alabama and #19 Ole Miss. Alabama is looking to avenge last year’s 43-37 loss to Chad Kelly and the Ole Miss Rebels, while also keeping their #1 ranking.

Alabama has started the season on a hot 2-0 start. The Crimson Tide demolished USC in their opener, 52-6. In their second game, although they were victorious, the game was closer than expected, with Alabama winning 38-10.

As for Ole Miss, they opened the season 1-1. After a tough opening week loss to #2 Florida State, Ole Miss scored their first win of the season with a week 2 victory over Wofford, 38-13.

Ole Miss has played Alabama very tightly in the last couple of years, so today’s game is sure to be a good one! The Alabama-Ole Miss game will have major implications on the SEC, and therefore the college football playoffs, so much sure you find out how to live stream the action below!


Alabama vs. Ole Miss Viewing Details

Date: Saturday, September 17, 2016
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Oxford, Mississippi
TV Channel: CBS
Live stream (computer): CBSSports.com
Live stream (mobile): Download the CBS Sports App


 How To Watch Alabama vs. Ole Miss Game Live Stream Online

The Alabama vs. Ole Miss game will be on CBS. You can watch the live stream on CBSSports.com, where you will need to log in with your cable provider information.


How To Live Stream Alabama vs. Ole Miss Game Mobile or Tablet

You can watch Alabama vs. Ole Miss on the CBS Sports App, which is available on iTunes and Google Play. You will also need to log in with your cable provider info.

The CBS Sports App is also available on home entertainment devices such as Xbox One, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku.


 

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