When you lack consistency at the quarterback position (starting three guys in five games) and your offensive production looks like a dilapidated factory, the fans will “boo” and the coach will sweat.
The Ole Miss Rebels have become a dilapidated football factory…
Like it or not and believe it or not, the Rebels have become the new “Vanderbilt” of the SEC.
Unless the Alabama football team decides to remain in Tuscaloosa and watch the Florida/Auburn contest on television, the Rebels have no chance of defeating arguably the best team in the nation.
The Crimson Tide lead the country in scoring defense only allowing seven points per game on average, while the Ole Miss Rebels are currently 54th in the same category, allowing 24.6 points per contest.
If Alabama does encounter an “issue” against Ole Miss it will be due to lack of focus and intensity. As was the case in the first half against Vanderbilt, when you play with your mind “out to lunch” the consequences can be rather uncomfortable at times.
However, when it comes to being “uncomfortable,” the Ole Miss Rebels and head coach Houston Nutt have perfected the art of uneasiness…and nauseousness.
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