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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/14/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore




OLE MISS (2 - 0) at TEXAS (1 - 1)
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Week 3 Saturday, 9/14/2013 8:00 PM
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145OLE MISS63.566
OLE MISS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-0+11-11-135.020.5510.5(6.2)1.524.010.5339.0(5.1)2.0
Road Games1-0+11-01-039.010.0489.0(5.8)
Last 3 Games2-0+11-11-135.020.5510.5(6.2)1.524.010.5339.0(5.1)2.0
Turf Games2-0+11-11-135.020.5510.5(6.2)1.524.010.5339.0(5.1)2.0
OLE MISS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)35.020.526.527:5743-239(5.5)22-3957.0%271(6.9)83-510(6.2)(14.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26182128:2043-209(4.9)18-3255.1%214(6.7)74-423(5.7)(16.3)
Offense Road Games39.010.028.029:1437-206(5.6)31-4766.0%283(6)84-489(5.8)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)24.010.518.032:0337-109(3)18-3061.7%229(7.6)67-339(5.1)(14.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.814.818.532:4038-120(3.2)18-2863.7%223(7.9)66-343(5.2)(13.9)
Defense Road Games35.021.019.030:4633-126(3.8)21-3658.3%300(8.3)69-426(6.2)(12.2)

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-1-31-12-038.514.0580.0(7.5)1.523.517.0512.5(5.6)2.5
Home Games1-001-01-056.014.0715.0(9.9)
Last 3 Games1-1-31-12-038.514.0580.0(7.5)1.523.517.0512.5(5.6)2.5
Turf Games1-001-01-056.014.0715.0(9.9)
TEXAS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)38.514.024.526:2140-245(6.1)23-3762.2%334(9)77-580(7.5)(15.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.3514.52129:4642-236(5.7)18-3059.5%228(7.5)72-463(6.5)(13.2)
Offense Home Games56.014.026.023:4842-359(8.5)22-3073.3%356(11.9)72-715(9.9)(12.8)
Defense (All Games)23.517.025.533:3855-327(5.9)20-3656.2%185(5.1)91-512(5.6)(21.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.211223.231:1451-236(4.6)21-3854.2%200(5.2)89-436(4.9)(20.7)
Defense Home Games7.07.018.036:1238-104(2.7)32-4669.6%242(5.3)84-346(4.1)(49.4)
Average power rating of opponents played: OLE MISS 22,  TEXAS 28
OLE MISS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/29/2013@ VANDERBILT39-35W-3W52.5O37-20631-47-283033-12621-36-3002
9/7/2013SE MISSOURI ST31-13W-50L -50-27214-32-260341-9316-24-1592
9/14/2013@ TEXAS            
9/28/2013@ ALABAMA            
10/5/2013@ AUBURN            
10/12/2013TEXAS A&M            

TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013NEW MEXICO ST56-7W-43W53O42-35922-30-356338-10432-46-2423
9/7/2013@ BYU21-40L-7L54.5O39-13224-44-313072-5509-27-1292
9/14/2013OLE MISS            
9/21/2013KANSAS ST            
10/3/2013@ IOWA ST            
OLE MISS: Hugh Freeze's fast-paced spread offense improved from 281 YPG in 2011 (116th in FBS) to 424 YPG last year (46th in FBS), and turned his 2-10 team into a 7-6 club. QB Bo Wallace (2,994 pass yds, 22 TD 17 INT; 390 rush yds, 8 TD) missed the spring due to shoulder surgery, but should be ready for the fall. His three top pass catchers all return with WRs Donte Moncrief (979 rec. yds, TD), Vince Sanders (504 rec. yds, 4 TD) and Ja-Mes Logan (490 rec. yds). So does star RB Jeff Scott (846 rush yds, 6 TD). The Rebels' tremendous D-Line (103 TFL, T-4th in FBS; 38 sacks, T-11th in FBS) will remain disruptive with the nation's top recruit in DE Robert Nkemdiche. His brother, LB Denzel (82 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 INT, 4 FF), was the star of last year's 4-2-5 set, along with LB Mike Marry (78 tackles) and CB Charles Sawyer (63 tackles, 8 PD).
TEXAS: After three subpar seasons (11-15 in Big 12), Texas returns to its no-huddle offense with QB David Ash (8.5 YPA, 19 TD, 8 INT) and WR Mike Davis (939 rec. yds, 7 TD) leading the way. RB Johnathan Gray (701 rush yds) paces a strong RB corps that will run behind a veteran O-Line. The 'Horns defense gave up a school-worst 404 total YPG, and lost both S Kenny Vaccaro and DE Alex Okafor to the NFL. But CB Quandre Diggs (4 INT) is back, and LB Jordan Hicks (hip) and DE Jackson Jeffcoat (pectoral) both return healthy.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (OLE MISS-TEXAS) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

(UPDATES with Ash questionable)

*Mississippi-Texas Preview* ===========================

Ole Miss (2-0) at No. 23 Texas (1-1), 8:00 p.m. EDT

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze did much of his homework on Texas before the season even began.

Now he's left wondering if all that study time will have any use.

In a flip of the script that few saw coming, it's No. 25 Ole Miss (2-0) that will be the nationally ranked program on Saturday in Austin, Texas.

The Longhorns (1-1), on the other hand, are sorting through the aftermath of a disastrous loss to BYU that resulted in coach Mack Brown firing defensive coordinator Manny Diaz and replacing him with Greg Robinson.

Changing coordinators after the second game of the season is certainly not an ideal situation for Texas. But it's also shaken Freeze, who doesn't know how much Robinson's defense will change the Longhorns.

"There's probably no way that I can answer that until we get there," Freeze said. "I've never experienced this before. It is an unknown. Whether or not it's a great challenge, I don't know."

The Ole Miss offense certainly seems like it would give Texas trouble. The Rebels are effective running the ball - especially using the read-option between quarterback Bo Wallace and running back Jeff Scott - and that's exactly what the Longhorns couldn't stop while allowing BYU to rush for a whopping 550 yards.

Wallace said he hopes the Rebels can take advantage of the matchup.

"That's what we do," Wallace said. "But I know that all week they're going to be trying to fix that. We have to execute. But as long as we execute, I think that no matter who we're going to play we're going to be able to get some yards."

Freeze said he doesn't expect Robinson to make drastic changes to the Longhorns' scheme or personnel, but sometimes even small details are enough to throw an offense off balance.

"I usually go into a game and have a good idea of what you're going to get on third down," Freeze said. "This one, not so much. I don't think it can be a wholesale system change, but I do think he can spend some time getting his stuff ready for those situations."

The BYU loss certainly takes some of the aura away Texas heading into matchup, but Wallace scoffed at the notion that the Rebels might let their guard down.

He said the team has been looking forward to the game for a long time and hopes to show how much it's improved since last year's meeting, when the Longhorns walloped the Rebels 66-31 in Oxford.

"They beat us by 30 points last year," Wallace said. "They have better talent than us or more depth at least."

The Ole Miss defense was particularly embarrassed by last year's performance. Linebacker Serderius Bryant said the Rebels are out to prove they're faster, stronger and can handle the Longhorns' offense.

Bryant led the Rebels with 15 tackles against Southeast Missouri on Saturday. He compared the intensity of the preparation for this game to the Egg Bowl, which is the Rebels' annual meeting with Mississippi State.

"To tell you the truth, this is like our (Mississippi State) this year," Bryant said. "The way (Texas) came on the field and put it on us last year, we feel like we've got to get revenge. We've got to have a chip on our shoulder."

Texas safety Adrian Phillips said the Longhorns expect to see a very motivated opponent this weekend.

"Of course we beat Ole Miss pretty bad last year, so they're going to come out here and try to do the same thing to us," Phillips said. "With the performance we had last week, they're going to feel like we're vulnerable but we can't be. We're going to have to get after it."

Texas quarterback David Ash remains questionable for this game after suffering head and shoulder injuries against BYU.

Ash has been held out of practice and Brown said Wednesday he's still waiting to hear from team doctors on Ash's status for the next game. Brown says a final decision could be delayed until Saturday.

Ash accounted for five touchdowns for the Longhorns in a season-opening win over New Mexico State. He had two touchdown passes against BYU.

If Ash can't play, the Longhorns will start senior Case McCoy with freshman Tyrone Swoopes as the top backup. McCoy has six career starts.

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Last Updated: 6/23/2018 11:22:07 AM EST

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