Auburn vs. Ole Miss: What Time, TV Channel & Preview

Things looked like they were going great for the Ole Miss Rebels just two weeks ago before hitting the road and losing to Memphis. The 19th-ranked Rebels scored a key home win last week against Texas A&M and now hit the road again on Saturday to face the Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Ole Miss is 6-2 overall for the season and 3-1 in the Southeastern Conference while Auburn is 4-3 overall and 1-3 in the conference.
Ole Miss has looked at the leadership of Chad Kelly all season long to lead them to victory after victory. Kelly has thrown for 2,475 yards, 18 touchdowns and ten interceptions this season and seems to find Laquon Treadwell plenty. Treadwell has 54 catches for 756 yards and five touchdowns this season. If the running game is needed and it will be to change the pace with the pass, Jaylen Walton has 428 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

Auburn is coming off of a 54-46 4OT loss at Arkansas last week after winning their two previous games. The Tigers are allowing 29.7 points a game and only scoring 28.4 of their own which would explain their record. Sean White has been a solid game manager over the four games he has played with 805 passing yards but hasn’t thrown a single touchdown over that time. It may come down to what Peyton Barber does in the run game with 770 rushing yards this season and 12 touchdowns.


What time is the Auburn vs. Ole Miss game?

The Auburn vs. Ole Miss game will begin at Noon Eastern.


What date and channel will the Auburn vs. Ole Miss game be on?

The Auburn vs. Ole Miss game will be played on Saturday, October 31 and can be seen on ESPN.



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