Where: Jordan-Hare Stadium (87,451) Auburn, Ala.
Kickoff: 6 p.m.
Radio: Ole Miss Network; Sirius 139, XM 198
Records: Ole Miss 3-1, 1-1 SEC; Alabama 3-1, 1-1 SEC
Series: Auburn leads 27-10
Coaches: Auburn – Gus Malzahn 3-1 first season at Auburn, 12-4 second season overall. Ole Miss – Hugh Freeze, 40-14, fifth season overall; 10-7 second season at Ole Miss.
Statistical Leaders: Auburn – RB Tre Mason 65-338 4 TDs. QB Nick Marshall 60-for-103 passing, 809 yards, 4 TD, 4 INT. WR Sammie Coates 11 catches, 306 yards, 1 TD. LB Robenson Therezie 25 tackles, 2 TFLs, 2 INT. Ole Miss – RB Jeff Scott 43-358, 3 TD. QB Bo Wallace 73-for-118 passing, 807 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT. WR Laquon Treadwell 20 catches, 205 yards, 0 TD. LB Serderius Bryant 35 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 sack.
Trends: Ole Miss is 2-15 against Auburn at Auburn. … The Rebels last won at Auburn 2003 when Eli Manning was quarterback.
Notes: Ole Miss has played 12 freshmen this year, tied for eighth-most in FBS. … The Rebels’ top rushing performance against Auburn is 186 yards on 22 carries by Dexter McCluster in 2009. … The top Ole Miss passing performance in the series is 297 yards and two touchdowns by Paul Head in 1995. Head also threw four interceptions in that game. … Linebacker Serderius Bryan leads Ole Miss with 35 tackles, an average of 11.6 in the three games he’s played. … Auburn had a 100-yard rusher in Tre Mason (132 yards) and 100-yard receiver in Sammie Coates (139 yards) in its 35-21 loss at LSU. … Auburn kicker Cody Parkey leads the SEC with 62 consecutive made PATs. … Tigers quarterback Nick Marshall, a first-year junior college transfer, passed for 339 yards in the 24-20 win over Mississippi State.
Summing it up: “We’re 5-1 in the last six games that we’ve played, which we think has provided a very good foundation in where we are headed with the program. Sitting at 3-1 with the schedule we’ve had, is something that’s a good start to year two of our building here.” – Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze
Prediction: Ole Miss 28, Auburn 20