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The Alabama Crimson Tide will now travel to Ole Miss to take on a Rebels. Can the Crimson Tide bounce back after their loss last week to LSU? Jason Radowitz answers.

Ole Miss vs. Alabama Prediction, Pick, Odds: Can Bryce Young and Alabama Bounce Back?

The Alabama Crimson Tide has been beatable this year. Alabama took a road loss to LSU on a gutsy two-point conversion in overtime. They also lost to Tennessee a few weeks prior on a missed field goal that Tennessee eventually converted.

But even two of their wins were extremely close. Alabama pulled out a close win against Texas and Texas A&M, but those two games could've quickly gone the other way for Alabama.

Alabama will now travel to Ole Miss, to take on a Rebels team that only has one loss this year. The Rebels had a more manageable schedule before playing LSU, but at 8-1, Ole Miss still has a lot on the line.

Here are our picks, predictions, and odds for Saturday's game between the Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Ole Miss Rebels.

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Ole Miss vs. Alabama Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: November 12, 2022
  • Game Time: 3:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: CBS

Ole Miss vs. Alabama Odds

  • Spread: Alabama -12.5 (-110), Ole Miss +12.5 (-110)
  • Total Odds: O/U 63.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline Odds: Alabama (-435), Ole Miss (+350)

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Ole Miss vs. Alabama Injury Report


Out: WR Aaron Anderson (Knee), DL Justin Eboigbe (Neck), LB Demouy Kennedy (Knee)

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Out: TE Michael Trigg (Collarbone)

Ole Miss Rebels vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Prediction

The Alabama Crimson Tide will likely miss out on the College Football Playoff this year.

For Alabama, that's unfortunate. For the rest of the country, congratulations.

Alabama is still going to be a tough out moving forward. They've scored 41.8 points per game and have allowed just 18.3 points. The offense has averaged over 480 yards per game, while the defense has given up just over 300 yards per game.

Alabama might be ranked lower this week, but the team is still a top team in the country. Bryce Young has thrown 19 touchdowns and just four interceptions on the year. He's battled injuries but looks to be 100 percent. He just struggled when LSU put pressure on him.

Jahmyr Gibbs has also rushed for nearly seven yards per carry on 113 attempts this year. That's hard to do as a running back in the SEC. But everyone in America recognizes that Alabama's wide receiver talent isn't what it used to be. The Alabama offense struggled against LSU for most of the game, settling for three instead of seven. The lack of receiving depth is why.

Meanwhile, the Alabama defense is still among the best in the nation. Again, they've held teams to about 300 yards per game with a solid pass rush and an excellent run defense and coverage unit.

They'll go up against Jaxson Dart of Ole Miss, who has thrown 14 touchdowns and seven interceptions on the season. Dart has a QBR of 78.7 and has thrown for over 1900 yards. The passing game has worked well, but the run game is where Ole Miss has started to separate itself.

Quinshon Judkins has rushed for over 1,000 yards as a freshman on 180 attempts and has 13 touchdowns. The Rebels have earned 37.4 points per game on nearly 500 yards of offense.

Ole Miss typically has one excellent quarter and struggles for the other three. Most of the time, that one outstanding quarter is enough. But it wasn't against LSU, and it won't be good enough against Alabama.

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The defense has allowed over 155 yards on the ground per game. Alabama will run between the tackles with Gibbs and open up the offense easily in this game.

I like Alabama to rebound in a big way against Ole Miss. This game should be another beatdown against Ole Miss, just like LSU did a couple of weeks ago.

Ole Miss Rebels vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Pick

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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