Auburn vs. Mississippi Ole Miss Rebels - 11/2/19 College Football Pick, Odds, and Prediction

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Auburn vs. Mississippi Ole Miss Rebels

Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 6:01 PM (Jordan-Hare Stadium)

AUB -17.5 Total 54.5

TV: EPSN

Ole Miss is heading into this game with 2 straight losses. The Rebels in the last game had lost the game by 7 points against Texas A&M. The game was very disappointing for the Rebels as it was a 7 point loss. The Ole Miss team dropped their record to 3-5 and 2-3 in the conference play on the year.

With the Rebels the team has ended up scoring a total of 25.9 points a game. The Rebels have ended up getting a total of 434 yards a game on the year. With the defense the Rebels have given up 27 points a game on the season. The Rebels have ended up giving up a total of 409 yards per game on the season so far.

Auburn is heading into this after picking up their second loss on the year. The game was a loss to LSU by a score of 23-20 and it was definitely a battle that could have went either way on the year. The Tigers did drop to a 5-2 record overall, but when the Tigers play in the SEC the team has ended up with a 3-2 record overall.

With the offense Auburn has managed to score at a clip of 34.3 points a game on the year. The Tigers have managed to get a total of 415 yards a game offensively. The Tigers have given up a total of 17.9 points a game on the year. The Tigers defense has given up a total of 343 yards a game on the year so far.

Auburn has managed to play really well against LSU and took LSU to the limit before the Tigers could finally put them away. The Rebels, though, have really had some problems in getting the wins locked down and allowed the Aggies to run over them. Look for the Auburn squad to bounce back quickly over the recent loss to LSU.  Final Score Prediction, Auburn Tigers win and cover ATS 35-13.

Ben’s Pick Auburn Tigers -17.5

The pick in this article is the opinion of the writer, not a Sports Chat Place site consensus.