Alabama vs Ole Miss – NCAAF Week 6 Betting Odds

One of the best games of the weekend features two SEC teams clashing this Saturday when the 4-0 Alabama Crimson Tide visits the 4-0 Ole Miss Rebels, at 3:30 PM ET at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

Amari+Cooper+Mississippi+v+AlabamaOne of the best games of the weekend features two SEC teams clashing this Saturday when the 4-0 Alabama Crimson Tide visits the 4-0 Ole Miss Rebels, at 3:30 PM ET at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

Ole Miss biggest challenge will be stopping Alabama’s offense, which has improved a lot since offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin arrived at campus. The Crimson Tide averages 42 points per game and has in WR Amani Cooper, one of the best playmakers in the nation.

“Having the kids they have makes their schemes even better,” Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said. “I know coach Saban is getting out of his kids what he wants to, and they, under Lane, have changed a bit offensively that has made them more difficult to defend.”

Alabama has won the last ten games in the series against Ole Miss, but the Rebels feel like this the year they can take a win to their side.

“Guys have got to embrace this any way we can,” Ole Miss defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche  said. “We’ve got to be focused in practice and do what we’ve been doing every week. If we execute and do what we should, we’ll be good.”

Alabama is a six point favorite in the NCAAF betting odds, and the game total is at 52 points. Alabama is 2-4 ATS in its last six games when playing on the road against Mississippi, and The total has gone UNDER in 5 of the Crimson Tide last 6 games when playing Ole Miss.

 

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