Ole Miss vs. Alabama Odds

2015 ESPN College Football Game of the Week Odds: Ole Miss vs. Alabama

The big game in college football this week comes in the SEC when No. 2 Alabama hosts No. 15 Ole Miss at 9:15PM ET on ESPN.

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According to oddsmakers at MyBookie, Alabama is favored at home, as the Crimson Tide are getting odds of -6.5 points against the Rebels. The over/under total for the game has been set at 53.5 points. The Rebels ended a long losing streak to Alabama last year and Ole Miss is actually 4-1 against the spread in their last 5 trips to Alabama. These two have hit the under in 6 of their last 7 meetings.

Alabama is 2-0 on the season, 1-1 against the spread and 1-1 with the over/under total. The Tide opened the year with a 35-17 win over Wisconsin and then followed that up with a 37-10 win over Middle Tennessee last week. Bama is putting up 517 yards of offense per game thus far while the defense is holding opponents to just 271.5 yards per game. Derrick Henry has rushed for 243 yards and six touchdowns thus far to lead Alabama while Jake Coker has thrown for 427 yards and two scores.

Ole Miss is 2-0 on the season, 2-0 against the spread and 2-0 with the over. The Rebels opened the season with a 76-3 win over Tennessee-Martin and then beat Fresno State last week, 73-21. Ole Miss is posting 634.5 yards per game on offense thus far while allowing 303 yards per contest on defense. Leading the charge has been Chad Kelly, who has thrown for 557 yards and six touchdowns while Quincy Adeboyejo has eight catches for 153 yards and four scores.

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