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Christian Kirk and Texas A&M will look to get a road win over Ole Miss on Saturday.

Texas A&M football: TV channel, live stream online, kick time, picks for Ole Miss game

The Texas A&M Aggies will look to get another SEC win on Saturday, November 18, 2017 when they visit Ole Miss. Below find TV, game time and live stream information.

The Aggies blasted New Mexico last week thanks to an impressive performance from Nick Starkel.  The Rebels beat Texas A&M last year when the game was played in College Station, Tex.

Texas A&M-Ole Miss football: TV Channel

TV Channel: The Ole Miss-Texas A&M game will air on ESPN2

Time: The Ole Miss-Texas A&M game will air at 7 PM ET.

Texas A&M-Ole Miss football: Live stream

Live stream: The Ole Miss-Texas A&M game can be live-streamed on the WATCHESPN app

Location: The game will be played in Oxford, Miss.

Ole Miss-Texas A&M football: Odds, picks

Via SEC Country’s David Caraviello

Meanwhile, Sumlin and Texas A&M may be one loss from falling short of the eight-win plateau that’s been seen as the minimum for this program. Nick Starkel’s return to the starting quarterback role last week certainly revved up the offense, but that was against New Mexico. Ole Miss will be playing an emotional home finale with a potential winning season at stake, behind a backup quarterback who’s thrown for 368, 382 and 418 yards since Shea Patterson went down. The Aggies are unquestionably a more potent offensive team with Starkel behind center, and should have just enough to prevail in what shapes up as a shootout.

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Kickoff: Saturday, 7 p.m., ESPN2

Line: Ole Miss by 2½

Prediction: Texas A&M 42, Ole Miss 38

Via SEC Country’s Alex Martin Smith

If you haven’t gotten a chance to watch Jordan Ta’amu throw the football yet, this is your opportunity. The Hawaii native and former JUCO star has thrown for nearly 1,200 yards in his first three starts for Ole Miss, and has unquestionably created a quarterback controversy for a Rebels team that’s anticipating Shea Patterson’s return in 2018.

There’s a pretty good player on the other sideline, too. Nick Starkel has taken Kellen Mond’s spot in the Aggies starting lineup and is tearing it up. Against Auburn and New Mexico, he averaged exactly 300 passing yards and 3 touchdowns, and figures to do some damage against the Rebels’ soft defense.

With both offenses rolling (and neither defense providing much resistance as of late), the scoreboard should light up in Oxford. Count on Ta’amu and the Rebs to have the final say. The pick: Ole Miss.

Texas A&M-Ole Miss football game time

The Texas A&M-Ole Miss game is scheduled for a 7 PM ET.