The UL Monroe Warhawks (2-8) visit the No. 13 Ole Miss Rebels (8-2) at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Saturday, November 18, 2023.
The Rebels’ game versus the Warhawks will be airing on SECN.
When is Ole Miss vs. UL Monroe and when does it start?
This contest between the Rebels and Warhawks will take place on Saturday, November 18, 2023. Be ready to see the kickoff at 12:00 PM ET.
Where to watch Ole Miss vs. UL Monroe
The Rebels and Warhawks will hit the field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for this matchup on November 18, and if you would like to catch the event live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on SECN.
Watch the Ole Miss vs. UL Monroe live stream on Fubo
Ole Miss vs. UL Monroe Game Preview
Ole Miss Stats & Insights
- The Rebels enter the matchup after losing 52-17 to the Georgia Bulldogs in their last game on November 11.
- Ole Miss ranks 84th in total defense this season (390.2 yards allowed per game), but has been shining on the offensive side of the ball, ranking 12th-best in the FBS with 466.5 total yards per game.
- The Rebels rank 85th in pass defense this year (236.7 passing yards allowed per game), but they’ve been playing really well on the offensive side of the ball, ranking 21st-best in the FBS with 285.2 passing yards per game.
- From an offensive standpoint, Ole Miss ranks 38th in the FBS with 181.3 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defensive unit ranks 76th in rushing yards allowed per contest (153.5).
- The Rebels rank 62nd in scoring defense this season (25.8 points allowed per game), but they’ve been thriving on the offensive side of the ball, ranking 17th-best in the FBS with 36.6 points per game.
UL Monroe Stats & Insights
- The Rebels enter the matchup after losing 52-17 to the Georgia Bulldogs in their last outing on November 11.
- UL Monroe’s defense has been bottom-25 in total defense this season, ceding 440.6 total yards per game, which ranks 10th-worst. On offense, it ranks 102nd with 336.0 total yards per contest.
- The Warhawks rank 102nd in passing yards per game (194.7), but they’ve been less productive on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 11th-worst in the FBS with 268.2 passing yards allowed per contest.
- With 141.3 rushing yards per game on offense, UL Monroe ranks 89th in the FBS. Defensively it ranks 103rd, giving up 172.4 rushing yards per contest.
- This season has been hard for the Warhawks on both offense and defense, as they are putting up just 18.4 points per game (10th-worst) and ceding 33.2 points per game (16th-worst).
Ole Miss Key Players to Watch
- Jaxson Dart has 2,579 passing yards (257.9 ypg) to lead Ole Miss, completing 64.9% of his passes and collecting 16 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season. He’s also contributed on the ground with 354 rushing yards (35.4 ypg) on 96 carries with seven rushing touchdowns.
- Quinshon Judkins has carried the ball 191 times for a team-high 868 yards (86.8 per game), with 14 touchdowns this year.
- This season Ulysses Bentley IV has taken 73 carries for 411 yards (41.1 per game) and three touchdowns.
- Tre Harris’ team-leading 761 receiving yards (95.1 yards per game) have come on 40 receptions with seven touchdowns.
- Jordan Watkins has recorded 661 receiving yards (73.4 yards per game) and three touchdowns, reeling in 46 passes this year.
- Dayton Wade’s 43 grabs have netted him 647 yards (64.7 ypg) and three touchdowns.
UL Monroe Key Players to Watch
- Jiya Wright leads UL Monroe with 1,125 passing yards (125.0 ypg) on 93-of-174 passing with 10 touchdowns compared to six interceptions this season. He also adds 229 rushing yards (25.4 ypg) on 81 carries while scoring one touchdown on the ground.
- Hunter Smith has carried the ball 73 times for a team-high 423 yards (42.3 per game), with three touchdowns this year.
- This season Isaiah Woullard has rushed for 418 yards (41.8 per game) on 90 carries with one touchdown.
- Tyrone Howell’s 516 receiving yards (51.6 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s collected 44 receptions and seven touchdowns.
- Dariyan Wiley has put up a 397-yard season so far (44.1 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, reeling in 23 passes.
- Bugs Mortimer’s 15 receptions have netted him 291 yards (48.5 ypg).