2:30 pm CST
Broadcasters: Uncle Verne Lundquist (HA.......Ha.......ha) (Play-by-Play), Gary Danielson (Analyst); Allie LaForce (Sidelines)
Livestreaming: CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports Mobile App (no notes of blackout at this time)
The usual. Chuck Barrett and Keith Jackson will call the game.
Here's the list of affiliates.
On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius and XM channel 91.
Ole Miss (-3.5) O/U (45). We suggest taking the under.
Good news, you won't need your ski clothes Hog fans. Bad news, maybe pick up one of those ponchos from the guy at the corner.
57 degrees with a 60-70%% chance of rain.
The. Streak. Is. Over!
Ok, now that that's over, let's get bowl eligible shall we? We've flipped roles with Ole Miss from last week. They've had their feet up for 2 weeks (Presbyterian and a bye) while we left our hearts, souls, voices and the guard rails to the student section on the field last week. That said, this is their first (real) game without their best player, and our toughest matchup, Laquon Treadwell. They're still playing for a shot at the West title, with some help, but we've got that 17ton gorilla off our back and are looking to string back to back SEC wins together for the first time since Auburn and Kentucky in 2012 and a trip to a bowl game.
I mentioned it in the roundtable and I'll say it again here, with the exception of the first half of the Georgia game, I've yet to see this coaching staff get these players ready for a game, so I don't expect any LSU hangover to weigh in. Ole Miss is a good football team, but I like having Big Mo back on our side, at home, on senior night, in potentially grimy weather.
Let's get bowl eligible this week and make the Mizzou game an afterthought, shall we?