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Rebels Against Crimson Tide CashBet Odds and Betting Analysis

Alabama vs. Ole Miss CashBet Wagering Analysis

Once upon a time, Ole Miss Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin was Nick Saban’s offensive coordinator.  And Kiffin was quite an asset.  In fact, Saban credits Kiffin with modernizing the Crimson Tide attack.  But Saban also fired Kiffin when Baby Kiff was not fully engaged during the College Football Playoffs.  Kiffin has rejuvenated the Ole Miss program into a national championship contender.  And his NCAAF bets dream is to beat Saban.  Last week the Crimson Tide was defeated by the LSU Tigers.  Kiffin gets his shot on CBS national television on the grove Saturday.

CFB Betting: Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Ole Miss Rebels Information

Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022,
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Vaught Hemmingway Stadium, Oxford, Mississippi
TV Coverage: CBS

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Ole Miss Rebels Betting Odds

Alabama -11½ ( -110 ) 63½ ( -110 ) -450
Mississippi +11½ ( -110 ) 63½ ( -110 ) +350
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Alabama vs. Ole Miss CashBet Wagering Analysis

Ole Miss will attract best sportsbook online squares as a quality home team.  And the Rebels will bring action from Wise Guys as a strong home underdog.  Alabama will draw plenty of betting action as the ultimate name-brand power.  In turn, sharps may give the Crimson Tide a look as a proven road favorite getting a price break against a quality team opponent.

Alabama Splashes Gamblers With Crimson Ink  

Last game, the Alabama Crimson Tide lost 32-31 against the LSU Tigers as 13.5-point road favorites.  The game went over the Betting on College Football total of 56.  Alabama has a record of 7-2 straight up, 5-4 against the spread, and 4-5 over/under the total.  Alabama ranks 17th for total offense, 27th for passing, 24th for rushing, and 6th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 14th overall, 31st against the pass, 11th against the rush, and 14th for points allowed.  Also, Alabama ranks 63rd for fewest turnovers lost and 128th for takeaways.

LSU QB Jayden Daniels ran for a 25-yard touchdown in overtime.  Subsequently, he threw to Mason Taylor for the winning 2-point conversion for one of the biggest LSU wins ever.  The winning play began with Daniels rolling right before throwing to Taylor along the goal line.  And then Taylor was tackled at the pylon but with the ball narrowly across the goal line.  Had the play failed, LSU would have lost.  Daniels passed for 182 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 95 yards and a score.  Josh Williams had a 2-yard TD run for LSU.

Following the play, jubilant fans stormed the field after LSU triumphed in a riveting game.  There were six second-half lead changes and a tying field goal by Alabama in the final 30 seconds.

Saban Faces Eager Rebel Son

Last game, the Ole Miss Rebels won 31-28 against the Texas A&M Aggies as 3-point road favorites.  The game went over the bet on NCAAF total of 56.  Ole Miss has a record of 8-1 straight up, 3-5-1 against the spread, and 5-4 over/under the total.  Ole Miss ranks 11th for total offense, 79th for passing, 3rd for rushing, and 16th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 74th overall, 62nd against the pass, 86th against the rush, and 35th for points allowed.  Also, Ole Miss ranks 26th for fewest turnovers lost and 92nd for takeaways.

Quinshon Judkins rushed for 205 yards.  While Jaxson Dart passed for three touchdowns, and Ole Miss Texas A&M two weeks ago.  Judkins had a 1-yard touchdown run with 7:18 remaining.  Hence, he helped Ole Miss rebound from its first loss of the season.  Judkins has totaled 1,036 yards rushing on the season.  That is the most by a freshman in school history.  Dart threw touchdown passes of 18, 1, and 2 yards.  Overall, he was 13 for 20 for 140 yards.  Also, he had 17 carries for 95 yards on the ground.

Ole Miss rushed for 390 yards.  Including 134 yards in the first quarter.  And then he finished with 530 total yards.  It was the most rushing yards Texas A&M had allowed since allowing 393 yards against Texas in 2003.

Alabama at Ole Miss CashBet Free Pick  

Of great concern is how vulnerable Alabama has looked in 2022.  They could easily have two additional betting on NCAAF losses.  Look for Baby Kiff to stick it to the teacher.

Alabama at Ole Miss CashBet Best Bet

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