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Auburn takes on Ole Miss at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday.

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Auburn football schedule

Sat. Sept. 2 vs. Georgia Southern W 41-7
Sat. Sept. 9 @ Clemson L 14-6
Sat. Sept 16 vs. Mercer W 24-10
Sat. Sept. 23 @ Missouri W 51-14
Sat. Sept. 30 vs. Mississippi State W 49-10
Sat. Oct. 7 vs. Ole Miss 12:00 p.m. ET
Sat. Oct. 14 @ LSU TBD
Sat. Oct. 21 @ Arkansas TBD
Sat. Nov. 4 @ Texas A&M TBD
Sat. Nov. 11 vs. Georgia TBD
Sat. Nov. 18 vs. LA-Monroe TBD
Sat. Nov. 25 vs. Alabama TBD

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AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn will welcome an Ole Miss team that very well may limp onto the Plains.

The Rebels are coming off one of the worst losses in program history while the Tigers seem to be finally hitting their stride.

Lots of people are glancing Auburn’s way and expecting Gus Malzahn’s team to stay at No. 3 in the SEC behind No. 1 Alabama and Georgia. The Tigers have about a month to get healthy and prep for home games and what should be a meeting between top 10 teams when the Bulldogs come to Auburn on Nov. 11. Now is the time to get started.

As always, our SEC Country staff has spent the week speaking with coach Gus Malzahn and players on the Auburn campus. Now it’s time to make a game prediction.

Justin Ferguson: Auburn 45, Ole Miss 14  

Ole Miss has been outscored 86-3 over the last six quarters. Its defense is a mess — especially on the ground — and its offense can’t sustain any momentum. Auburn should be able to run all over the Rebels, even with the Tigers’ recent rushing issues. Shea Patterson and his receivers could create some quick drives with big plays, especially in a game in which Ole Miss should throw it a lot. Auburn’s defense keeps the 14-point streak intact, but the Rebels make them sweat. The offense puts together another strong game in a third straight 30-plus-point win.

Lauren Shute: Auburn 49, Ole Miss 3

Auburn needs to continue to make it clear the Tigers are right on the tail of Alabama and Georgia as far as being at the top of the SEC. Ole Miss has been terrible so far this season, and to make matters worse for the Rebels, they are coming off of a historically bad loss at Alabama. The Tigers need to take full advantage of that and run up the score — something Auburn doesn’t normally do. Auburn’s defense once again will be lights out, and the offense needs to continue to build its own confidence so it goes into meetings against Georgia and Alabama ready. If Auburn wants to be deemed a top SEC team, it needs to play like it this weekend.

Benjamin Wolk: Auburn 27, Ole Miss 9

Bold prediction: Auburn doesn’t win this one by 63 points. I expect a Shea Patterson-led offense to move the ball enough to enter field-goal situations a few times, but the Tigers are on a mission to keep teams out of the end zone this season — and hold teams to 14 points or fewer. I suspect Ole Miss defensive coordinator Wesley McGriff’s familiarity with Auburn personnel should help the Rebels some, but I expect Jarrett Stidham & Co. to keep things rolling in SEC play.

Zac Blackerby: Auburn 42, Ole Miss 9

Auburn handles this one early as the Tigers offense keeps the momentum rolling. The Auburn defense continues to prove that it iseone of the best in the nation and will limit Ole Miss to little or no offense. Ole Miss will have a hard time getting over the loss to Alabama last week and it will show on Saturday. The Tigers start off conference play 3-0.