The Ole Miss Rebels (2-2, 1-0 SEC West) visit the second-rankedAlabama Crimson Tide (4-0, 1-0 SEC West) Saturday for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff at Bryant-Denny Stadium, which will be televised on CBS.
The Tide have won the last three head-to-head meetings following Ole Miss' surprising, back-to-back upsets in 2015 and '16.
Ole Miss at Alabama: Betting trends and tips
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- Alabama won the last two games vs. Ole Miss by a combined score of 128-10 - last season 62-7, and 66-3 in 2017.
- The Rebels are 1-3 ATS and 2-2 O/U on the year.
- The Tide are 2-2 ATS and also 2-2 O/U on the year.
- Ole Miss (+3) lost a 28-20 heartbreaker last week when backup QB John Rhys Plumlee (7-for-7 for 82 yards in final six minutes) was stopped on 4th-and-1 at the goal line as time expired. The game finished OVER the O/U of 43.
- Alabama beat Southern Mississippi 49-7 as a 36.5-point favorite last week. The game finished UNDER the O/U of 63.
- Tide QB Tua Tagovailoa threw for 293 yards and five TDs vs. Southern Miss.
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Ole Miss at Alabama: Key injuries
Ole Miss: QB Matt Corral, who left the Cal loss with a rib injury after throwing for 266 yards in the first three and a half quarters, is questionable. However, if healthy, coach Matt Luke said both QBs will see action.
Alabama: Freshman K Will Reichard (hip flexor) is questionable, while LB Terrell Lewis (hyperextended knee) and DL DJ Dale (patella tendon strain) are probable. … The O-line gets a boost as 338-pound LG Deonte Brown is eligible after serving the final four games of a six-game NCAA suspension - for violating NCAA rules - from last season.
Ole Miss at Alabama: Odds, betting lines and picks
Alabama 56, Ole Miss 13
Moneyline ( ?)
Avoid. How much money are you willing to risk to win a small amount? The Tide are (-10000), meaning you win $1 for every $100 wagered - as long as 'Bama wins, which of course will happen. But that's a lot of dough to risk just to win crumbs. Ole Miss is +3300 - paying 33 to 1.
Against the Spread ( ?)
Alabama ( -37.5, -110) is the STRONGEST PLAY. This is a mismatch, especially in Tuscaloosa.
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Over/Under ( ?)
The OVER 61.5 ( -110) is the way to go. Style points (or final scores) are important when trying to make the final four. Plus, with next week off, expect 'Bama to be full throttle until the clock hits 0.00.
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