Auburn will welcome Ole Miss to the spotlight in a major divisive showdown.
In the Tigers’ next game after their week off, they will face the Rebels (5-1, 2-1 SEC) at 6 p.m. CST inside the Jordan-Hare Stadium, with the action scheduled to air on ESPN, a announced the SEC. Monday morning.
Auburn has won five straight games against Ole Miss since 2016, including a 35-28 victory at Oxford last season. The Rebels’ only loss of the season came at the hands of Alabama, and Kiffin LaneThe team are fresh out of a bold road victory in Tennessee.
Ole Miss, now ranked No. 12 in the AP poll, is hosting LSU this weekend.
A better performance of the season of Bo Nix and a few big plays on the Auburn defense stretch propelled the Tigers to a 38-23 win at the time. 17 Arkansas on Saturday, ending Auburn’s six-game losing streak against ranked opponents. Auburn is now 5-2 (2-1 SEC) heading into his only week off. In his career as a head coach, Bryan Harsin is 7-1 weeks goodbye.
“Being on the road and winning – and getting into a week off – man, all of these things are important to our program,” Harsin said. “It gives us a chance to build momentum as we go into this week off and do some things. … Now we have a chance to focus on ourselves and not focus on one opponent until we have to play again in the next one, which will be good for us. “
Auburn leads the all-time series against Ole Miss 34-10.