The SEC has announced its television schedule for October 15 and Alabama vs. Ole Miss will start at 5 p.m. on ESPN2. Here is the official release:

The Southeastern Conference announced Monday that Alabama’s game at Ole Miss on October 15 will kick at 5 p.m. CDT. The game will be televised by ESPN2.

The complete SEC television schedule for Saturday, October 15 includes:
South Carolina at Mississippi State, 11:21 a.m. CDT, SEC Network
LSU at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. CDT, CBS
Alabama at Ole Miss, 5 p.m. CDT, ESPN2
Florida at Auburn, 6 p.m. CDT, ESPN
Georgia at Vanderbilt, 6 p.m. CDT, FSN

5 thoughts on “Football: Alabama – Ole Miss Game Scheduled for 5 p.m. Kick on ESPN2”

  1. Did you see the rant from Jimmy Johnson about folks wanting to fire a coach after three games…He was right on the money. But if you know Mississippi fans what else can you expect…..Nutt has it going now he will have a really good team next year…Nutt is a good coach coaching in a place that probably won’t ever win many games. Houston Nutt is the man to change that…

  2. This is the third consecutive year Ole Miss has started the year looking like they never practiced, undisciplined, confused and performing far below expectations. The coaching mistakes are glaring, yet everyone outside of Ole Miss wants to take up for Nutt, and say we can’t win and shouldn’t expect more.

    When Nutt cam from Arkansas, their fans told us exactly what to expect, and it has unfolded exactly as forecasted. Nutt won with someone elses players, then the wheels fell off. Nutts hire was a despiration hire by our AD.

    Perhaps the best thing I can do at this point is beat down Vandy, Kentucky, MSU, Arkansas and all the lower tier SEC schools, and explain to them that they are born losers and should never expect more. Maybe I can even explain to Auburn how they shouldn’t expect to win, bow down to Bama and never expect to move out from under the shadow of that huge Elephant.

  3. John Vaught won at ole miss- (3 National championships)
    All the rest have been lucky to win 3 games. Part of the problem is lack if recruiting.

    Perhaps the best wide receiver and punt returner in miss.(Cathederal’s # 15 From Natchez has not even received a telephone call from the rebels. He wants to go to ole miss. He has averaged about two-three td’s per game.

    He is small but I would defy any one at ole ms to catch him.
    Hows that for a recruiting program ?

  4. Born and raised in Okla and a die hard Sooner fan. I lived in Louisiana for a few years and really, really loved the south and eventually liked LSU but became a big Ole Miss fan. I know winning is the key in the south, but let’s get him through this year and see what the recruiting class is like and how things begin next year. If not good, then maybe it’s time to do some looking. If a change is needed, the SEC is a dream for the majority of coaches and finding a good one should not be that hard. Patience is not an easy word for a football fan…….

  5. I love in Rogersville, Tn. 37857..I would like to watch the Alabama vs Ole Miss football game but espn2 is blacked out right now. Will it be on in time for the football game?

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