How Ole Miss Rebels Can Beat Auburn Tigers?

Author: Mansi


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With the equilibrium of the 2020 season on the line for the two crews, the Auburn Tigers head to Oxford to confront the Ole Miss Rebels. The victor in this basic SEC West matchup gets a truly necessary certainty help as each group takes the field faltering from frustrating misfortunes. 

The conflicting play for Auburn (2-2) on offense got up to speed to Gus Malzahn's group once more, this time in a 30-22 annihilation at South Carolina last Saturday. The Tigers moved the ball ahead of schedule against the Gamecocks getting a first-quarter, 35-yard field goal from Anders Carlson, and an 11-yard score pass from Bo Nix to Eli Stove. In any case, two Nix captures eased back the movement as the guests took a thin 16-14 lead into halftime. 

Another field objective extended the lead to five preceding Collin Hill associated with Shi Smith from 10 yards out to give South Carolina its first lead with 6:31 staying in the second from last quarter. Another TD (eight-yard run by Kevin Harris) and afterward a field goal in the final quarter was all the scoring the Gamecocks expected to hand Auburn another misfortune, sending the Tigers back to this plan's beginning point on their season. 

Entering a week ago against Arkansas, Ole Miss seemed to have the country’s top offenses, guided by the arm of Matt Corral and the legs of Jerrion Ealy and Snoop Conner. Be that as it may, the Razorbacks kept up their recharged feeling of direction on safeguard under organizer Barry Odom, compelling seven turnovers including six Corral captures to hand the Rebels (1-3) a debilitating 33-21 misfortune. 

The Hogs held solid in the red zone, restricting Ole Miss to only two scores on five excursions, leaving new lead trainer Lane Kiffin frightened and uninvolved. Indeed, even with the entirety of the turnovers, Ole Miss set up 442 yards of offense (242 surgings) and scored 21 goals in the last 19:35 of the game.

Why can Ole cover?

Before confronting Arkansas, Matt Corral was one of the most productive passers in the nation and still is positioned ninth in yards (1,280), yet, he demonstrated a few shortcomings perusing inclusions in the misfortune to the Razorbacks. His line of sequential 300-yard passing games was spoken harshly to three however he tossed for 200 yards and two scores. On the off chance that the current week's film study demonstrates productivity, Corral can recover his structure. The key focuses that will give Auburn fits are beneficiaries Elijah Moore and Jonathan Mingo and one of the gatherings’ top tight finishes, Kenny Yeboah. 

Ealy has scrambled for 355 yards with five scores and has gone more than 100 yards in consecutive games. Conner's contacts are expanding, and he turned in a season-best 128-yard, two-score execution against Alabama. The other bothersome ground-gainer the Tigers need to represent is Corral. The offense isn't expected for him to run a ton, however, with the field spread out he can move the chains with his legs when they make light of breaks, and he's ready to get away from the pocket. 

Auburn's guard has been normal this season, yet is that on Kevin Steele's unit or a result of a conflicting offense? The Tigers' guard had an awful day in the crate against Georgia, permitting 202 surging yards and an intense excursion covering Arkansas' passing assault (318 yards, 4 TDs). Be that as it may, something else, this safeguard has shown it's capable. Attempting to hinder the country's seventh-positioned offense will be another troublesome test.

Prediction:

Auburn's safeguard is acceptable, yet Ole Miss' offense presents a harsh test given the capability the Rebels gloat. Like Alabama, Lane Kiffin has the ponies to assault any guard on the ground and in the air. If the Tigers get the required stops, can their offense do what's needed to keep Ole Miss' guard behind it?  

The desire for Auburn's timetable has ended up being not and the Tigers have LSU, Alabama, and Texas A&M left to play. Be that as it may, doing what needs to be done against Ole Miss starts things out. Tragically, for Auburn, Matt Corral refocuses and drives his Rebels to a major home success.


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