Joey Chandler

Alabama 51,

Ole Miss 17

Two thoughts heading into this game. One, Ole Miss’ Landshark Tony is what nightmares are made of, and two, Alabama, facing its toughest challenge yet, begins SEC play with a dominant win to set the tone for the rest of the season.

 

Cecil Hurt

Alabama 62,

Ole Miss 27

Could this be a reprise of Alabama’s most stunning offensive day ever, with the Crimson Tide scoring 62 unanswered points in one stretch in Jackson in 1989? Perhaps. Could it be a repeat of 1988, when UA completed zero passes against the Rebels? No.

 

Ben Jones

Alabama 52,

Ole Miss 24

What are the odds two Hawaiian quarterbacks would face off against each other in Mississippi? The Ole Miss defense won't be able to stop Alabama, but the Rebel offense will ensure that the Crimson Tide has to keep putting points up.

 

Sa'Riah Ponder

Alabama 48

Ole Miss 24

The Crimson Tide gets into SEC play. Ole miss has an explosive offense and has shown it can put up big numbers. Alabama's defense will have to play as a solid unit. This game will be a good measuring stick for Alabama.

 

Michael Southern

Alabama 62,

Ole Miss 21

The final score may resemble what happened in 1989, but the biggest difference is Alabama will not fall behind 21-0 in the first quarter. Behind the arm of Tua Tagovailoa, the Crimson Tide receiving corp has become a lethal unit.

 

Ben Stansell

Alabama 49,

Ole Miss 21

Jordan Ta'amu and Ole Miss' receivers will provide Alabama's defense with its most challenging test yet. Nonetheless, the Crimson Tide won't let Ole Miss even sniff the kind of offensive success it had in its first two outings. With Tua distributing the ball like he has been, Alabama's receivers will make their own case for best in the nation.

 

Edwin Stanton

Alabama 61,

Ole Miss 21

Ole Miss certainly has the offense to make this game intriguing. Its defense? Not so much. You can't allow 557 yards per game and expect to be successful. With Tua Tagovailoa at quarterback and Alabama's super sophomore trio receiving corps this one could get ugly.

 

Terrin Waack

Alabama 52,

Ole Miss 24

Unlike the Rebels’ last game, it’s going to take both teams to total 76 points. Ole Miss and its “Nasty Wide Outs” will get a couple touchdowns past Alabama’s secondary, but it won’t be nearly as many as what the Crimson Tide is capable of with Tua Tagovailoa.