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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/15/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
ALABAMA
 
OLE MISS
-21  

+21  


70.5
 
62
Final
7

ALABAMA (2 - 0) at OLE MISS (2 - 0)
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Week 3 Saturday, 9/15/2018 7:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
181ALABAMA-18-22.5
182OLE MISS6370.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
ALABAMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-002-02-054.034.0559.0(7.9)1.010.50.0329.5(4.5)1.5
Road Games1-001-01-051.028.0519.0(7.6)1.014.00.0268.0(4.1)2.0
Last 3 Games2-002-02-054.034.0559.0(7.9)1.010.50.0329.5(4.5)1.5
Grass Games1-001-01-057.040.0599.0(8.2)1.07.00.0391.0(4.8)1.0
ALABAMA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)54.034.024.531:2443-250(5.8)18-2767.3%309(11.2)70-559(7.9)(10.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.3422.218.831:2342-199(4.8)14-2461.1%204(8.6)66-404(6.2)(11.9)
Offense Road Games51.028.023.031:0442-222(5.3)17-2665.4%297(11.4)68-519(7.6)(10.2)
Defense (All Games)10.50.019.528:3628-94(3.3)21-4546.7%235(5.2)73-329(4.5)(31.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2572228:1434-144(4.3)21-3855.3%283(7.4)72-427(6)(17.1)
Defense Road Games14.00.020.028:5626-16(0.6)20-3951.3%252(6.5)65-268(4.1)(19.1)

OLE MISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-0+12-02-061.532.5596.0(9.4)0.534.027.5557.5(5.9)1.5
Home Games1-001-01-076.035.0646.0(9.6)0.041.038.0629.0(6.8)3.0
Last 3 Games2-0+12-02-061.532.5596.0(9.4)0.534.027.5557.5(5.9)1.5
Grass Games2-0+12-02-061.532.5596.0(9.4)0.534.027.5557.5(5.9)1.5
OLE MISS - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)61.532.524.022:0530-188(6.3)23-3368.7%407(12.2)63-596(9.4)(9.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.49.82521.824:3234-162(4.8)20-3459.7%344(10.3)67-505(7.5)(10.2)
Offense Home Games76.035.026.020:3632-167(5.2)24-3568.6%479(13.7)67-646(9.6)(8.5)
Defense (All Games)34.027.530.037:0442-202(4.8)31-5260.6%355(6.8)94-557(5.9)(16.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.46.533.830.236:3845-228(5.1)31-4765.8%379(8.1)92-607(6.6)(13)
Defense Home Games41.038.029.037:4445-241(5.4)30-4862.5%388(8.1)93-629(6.8)(15.3)
Average power rating of opponents played: ALABAMA 38,  OLE MISS 19.5
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
ALABAMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018*LOUISVILLE51-14W-23.5W60O42-22217-26-297126-1620-39-2522
9/8/2018ARKANSAS ST57-7W-36W62.5O44-27820-29-321131-17322-51-2181
9/15/2018@ OLE MISS            
9/22/2018TEXAS A&M            
9/29/2018LA LAFAYETTE            
10/6/2018@ ARKANSAS            
10/13/2018MISSOURI            

OLE MISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018*TEXAS TECH47-27W-2.5W72O28-21022-32-336139-16433-56-3220
9/8/2018S ILLINOIS76-41W-28W65.5O32-16724-35-479045-24130-48-3883
9/15/2018ALABAMA            
9/22/2018KENT ST            
9/29/2018@ LSU            
10/6/2018LA MONROE            
10/13/2018@ ARKANSAS            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
ALABAMA: How the West Was Won, starring Nick Saban. Bama is the choice to win the West, even if it returns just 11 total starters. Nick Saban's crew simply reloads, with yet another cache of future NFL first-round picks on both sides of the ball. At QB, the Tide will start either Jalen Hurts or Tua Tagovailoa; both have shown game-altering ability under pressure. Wideouts Jerry Jeudy and DeVonta Smith'who caught Tagovailoa's overtime strike to win the National Championship'will replace Calvin Ridley, while running back Damien Harris remains the workhorse back. There are more questions on defense, which lost Minkah Fitzpatrick, Daron Payne and Rashaan Evans to the NFL. But this is a golden era of Alabama football, and while the Crimson Tide may occasionally stumble, there's no reason to pick against them as West champions yet again.
OLE MISS: Stemming from the Hugh Freeze sanctions, the Rebels can't compete in a bowl, but they're still an interesting team to follow. Last year, they allowed an astonishing 270.5 rushing yards per game, so there's practically nowhere to go but up. On offense, wide receiver A.J. Brown could recall the heroics of Laquon Treadwell, given his big-play potential and talent. And how will former player Matt Luke, having shed the interim coach tag, handle this season? While Ole Miss should expect its share of struggle, look for them to play the spoiler role well.
PREVIEW
Hawaiian QBs highlight No. 1 Alabama at Ole Miss
 

Alabama sophomore linebacker Dylan Moses would like nothing better than to see an opponent line up with a standard try-to-run-the-ball offense.

He knows he won't see one this week.

Ole Miss is doing a lot more running so far this season, but it still features an up-tempo, spread offense that is about as far from a traditional I-formation attack as one can get.

"They have an explosive offense," Moses said.

"Their quarterback has a great arm on him. They have two really great running backs. The offensive line is very good. They protect their quarterback. They have a lot of greatness; they could potentially beat us. They could really beat us if we don't handle our business. We really have to come to this game prepared."

When No. 1 Alabama visits Ole Miss on Saturday, the running backs may put up some numbers, but it'll be the Hawaiian quarterbacks in the spotlight.

That's right, Hawaiian ... and more than one.

Alabama sophomore Tua Tagovailoa is from Ewa Beach outside of Honolulu, while Jordan Ta'amu hails from Pearl City, across the way from Ford Island and Pearl Harbor. The senior arrived at Ole Miss via a junior college on the mainland, New Mexico Military.

Tagovailoa is second in the nation in passing efficiency (237.2 rating), while Ta'amu is seventh (206.1).

Ta'amu is coming off a career game in which he was 23 of 33 for 448 yards and five touchdowns against Southern Illinois. An Ole Miss offense that averaged 99 seconds on its touchdown drives last year, the fastest in the nation, scored 76 points against Southern Illinois.

Granted, the Sulukis play in the Football Championship Subdivision and two of the scores were by the defense. But Ole Miss still amassed 479 passing yards, the second most in program history.

Ta'amu is working with one of the top receiving corps in the nation. It is led by A.J Brown, who tops the SEC in receptions per game (7.5) and is second in receiving yards per game (125.5), eighth nationally.

He'll be going against an Alabama secondary with all new starters, although the unit already has two interceptions for touchdowns against offensive-minded Louisville and Arkansas State. The Crimson Tide defeated those opponents by a combined score of 108-21.

However, the real surprise with the Rebels has been the running game. Junior college transfer Scott Phillips went for 204 rushing yards in his debut against Texas Tech and leads the SEC in rushing yards per game (155.5) and rushing touchdowns (four).

"I think they've changed their style of play a little bit," Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban said. "They became a much more effective running team. Play-action passes, RPOs. And (the quarterback) does a really good job of executing."

The Ole Miss offense ranks third nationally in scoring (61.5) and eighth in total offense (596.0).

But Alabama's offense has been lights-out good as well and boasts an impressive receiving group that is eager to see how it compares to the touted Rebels.

When Tagovailoa is in the game, Alabama has scored on 10 of its 13 possessions, including nine touchdowns.

"He's got a really quick release," Ole Miss coach Matt Luke said. "He has very good receivers to throw it to. Then his ability to extend plays. You watch their first touchdown against Louisville, he extended the play and made a play with his feet.

"He keeps drives going on third down by scrambling out of the pocket. His ability to extend plays, and obviously his decision making, has been good."

Alabama has also used Jalen Hurts this season, so it'll be interesting to see if Saban sticks with Tagovailoa more against a conference opponent.

The real concern for Ole Miss, though is with the defense, especially after giving up 41 points to Southern Illinois. The Rebels are last in the league in scoring defense, pass defense and total defense, and are 13th against the run.

Opponents have averaged 557.5 yards of offense, and the next worst in the SEC is Arkansas at 393.0.

Yet when Alabama visited two years ago, it had to come back from a 21-point deficit in the second quarter to pull out a 43-37 victory. In 2014-15, the Rebels pulled off back-to-back upsets of the Crimson Tide, the first resulting in fans storming the field.

"The Grove will be rocking," Luke said.


Last Updated: 11/20/2018 4:27:20 AM EST


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