Arkansas-Ole Miss: Time, TV channel, watch online for Week 9 (October 28, 2017) game
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Arkansas-Ole Miss football game Saturday matches two teams coming off difficult losses in SEC play.
The Rebels will host the Razorbacks on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Find game time, TV channel and information on how to watch online below.
Arkansas-Ole Miss game time, details
Date: Saturday, October 28
Time: 11 a.m. CT
Location: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, Miss.
Which TV channel is Arkansas-Ole Miss on?
Arkansas and Ole Miss will be broadcast on SEC Network.
Can I watch Arkansas-Ole Miss online?
Arkansas and Ole Miss can be viewed online via WatchESPN. (Cable or satellite subscription required to log in.)
Where can I find Arkansas-Ole Miss on the radio?
Arkansas-Ole Miss preview
The Hogs (2-5 overall, 0-4 SEC) have lost their last five conference games and seven straight against Power 5 teams. They are coming off a 52-20 loss at home to Auburn.
The second half has been especially rough for the Razorbacks as they’ve failed to outscore their past 10 FBS opponents over the final two quarters. They are also 0-18 under embattled coach Bret Bielema when trailing at halftime.
Ole Miss (3-4, 1-3) lost at home to LSU, 40-24, last Saturday. The Rebels will cap a string of three consecutive home games Saturday, the first of which was a 57-35 win against Vanderbilt.
The overall series between the SEC West rivals sits at 35-28-1 in favor of the Razorbacks. The have won the last three games with the Rebels. The Hogs’ last trip to Oxford provided one of the best games in program history, a 53-52 overtime victory.
Here are a few notes ahead of the game:
- Quarterback health: Hogs quarterback Austin Allen is considered questionable to play with a shoulder injury. He sustained the injury in the loss at South Carolina on Oct. 7. Redshirt freshman Cole Kelley has started the past two games in Allen’s place. Ole Miss will definitely be without its starting quarterback. Shea Patterson, a sophomore, is expected to miss the rest of the season after suffering a right knee injury against LSU.
- Can’t stop the scoring: These two teams feature a pair of the worst scoring defenses in the SEC. The Razorbacks are 12th in the conference at 35.7 points per game allowed. The Rebels are one spot worse, allowing 37.4 points per contest.
- Tackle machines: While these defenses have been poor overall, they still have a couple of individual standouts. Razorbacks inside linebacker De’Jon Harris leads the SEC with 39 solo tackles this season. Ole Miss linebacker DeMarquis Gates is second in the SEC with 36.