The No. 13 Alabama Crimson Tide (2-1) square off against a familiar opponent when they host the No. 15 Ole Miss Rebels (3-0) on Saturday, September 23, 2023 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in an SEC showdown.

Go to CBS to see this matchup live.

When is Alabama vs. Ole Miss and when does it start?

This matchup between the Crimson Tide and Rebels will happen on Saturday, September 23, 2023. Be ready to see the kickoff at 3:30 PM ET.

Where to watch Alabama vs. Ole Miss

The Crimson Tide and Rebels will hit the gridiron at Bryant-Denny Stadium for this matchup on September 23, and if you want to catch the matchup live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!

What channel is the game on?

You can catch this game live on CBS.

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Alabama vs. Ole Miss Game Preview

Alabama Stats & Insights

  • The Crimson Tide head into the matchup after winning 17-3 over the South Florida Bulls in their last game on September 16.
  • Alabama is putting up 367.7 yards per game on offense (83rd in the FBS), and rank 46th on defense, yielding 309.7 yards allowed per game.
  • The Crimson Tide are averaging 196.0 passing yards per game on offense this season (100th in the FBS), and they are allowing 189.7 passing yards per game (37th) on the defensive side of the ball.
  • Offensively, Alabama ranks 54th in the FBS with 171.7 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defensive unit ranks 60th in rushing yards allowed per contest (120.0).
  • The Crimson Tide rank 55th in scoring offense (32.3 points per game) and 26th in scoring defense (14.7 points allowed per game) this season.

Ole Miss Stats & Insights

  • The Crimson Tide squared off against the South Florida Bulls in their last game, winning 17-3.
  • Ole Miss’ offense has been thriving, posting 526.7 total yards per contest (11th-best) this season. Defensively, it ranks 67th by surrendering 350.3 total yards per game.
  • The Rebels’ pass defense ranks 84th in the FBS with 226.7 passing yards given up per contest, but they’ve been lifted up by their offense, which ranks eighth-best by generating 349.7 passing yards per contest.
  • With 177.0 rushing yards per game on offense, Ole Miss ranks 47th in the FBS. Defensively it ranks 66th, surrendering 123.7 rushing yards per game.
  • The Rebels’ offensive attack has been paving the way for the team, as they rank fourth-best in the FBS with 52.7 points per contest. In terms of defense, they are giving up 16.7 points per game, which ranks 36th.

Alabama Key Players to Watch

  • Jalen Milroe has 449 passing yards (224.5 ypg) to lead Alabama, completing 60% of his passes and tossing five touchdown passes and two interceptions this season. He’s also contributed on the ground with 92 rushing yards (46.0 ypg) on 22 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
  • Roydell Williams has carried the ball 30 times for a team-high 177 yards (59.0 per game), with one touchdown this year.
  • This season Jase McClellan has collected 158 yards (52.7 per game) on 35 attempts with one touchdown.
  • Isaiah Bond’s 152 receiving yards (50.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 10 receptions with one touchdown.
  • Jermaine Burton has put together a 127-yard season so far (42.3 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, hauling in six passes.
  • Amari Niblack’s four grabs have netted him 94 yards (47.0 ypg) and two touchdowns.

Ole Miss Key Players to Watch

  • Jaxson Dart has thrown for 852 yards (284.0 ypg) to lead Ole Miss, completing 66.2% of his passes and tossing seven touchdown passes and one interception this season. He’s also run for 213 yards (71.0 ypg) on 32 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
  • This season Quinshon Judkins has collected 145 yards (48.3 per game) on 44 attempts with four touchdowns, while also catching seven passes for 70 yards (23.3 per game).
  • Jordan Watkins’ 290 receiving yards (96.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 15 receptions with one touchdown.
  • Dayton Wade has caught 11 passes for 215 yards (71.7 yards per game) this year.
  • Tre Harris’ eight grabs have turned into 188 yards (94.0 ypg) and five touchdowns.

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