The No. 4 Mississippi State football team has exceeded expectations this season, with the Bulldogs’ lone blemish being a close loss to now-No. 1 Alabama. The Mississippi State Bulldogs football team is still in the college football playoff picture, though today’s Egg Bowl will have the team on pins and needles. Today’s Mississippi State Bulldogs vs Ole Miss Rebels football game is live on the SEC Football on CBS Sports package. If you’re not near a TV you can also watch Ole Miss vs Mississippi State football game online live free streaming.
Kickoff for today’s Ole Miss vs Mississippi State football game is 3:30 Eastern / 12:30 Pacific on CBS. The Egg Bowl always makes for some good SEC football, but today’s Rebels vs Bulldogs football game should be one of the best in years.
Last season Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott guided the Bulldogs to an incredible comeback win in overtime, pushing the Mississippi State football team into the playoffs. Prescott used that game to catapult his play, and the Bulldogs’, this season.
Though Mississippi State football fans thought the 25-20 loss to Alabama could derail the season, the Bulldogs came back strong last Saturday with a 51-0 shutout of Vanderbilt. Prescott’s box score didn’t seem to return him to his Heisman-worthy play: he completed 16 of 21 passes for just 193 yards. However, he passed for three touchdowns and rushed for another. Can he repeat that while we watch Ole Miss vs Mississippi State game free live today?
Today the No. 4 Mississippi State football team travels to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium hoping to play as well against the No. 18 Ole Miss Rebels. However, as we watch the Mississippi State Ole Miss football game live on CBS or online, it’ll be a lot harder than last week’s Vanderbilt game. Today’s Egg Bowl marks just the third time in 57 years both teams are nationally ranked, and the home team has won nine of the past 10 Egg Bowls.
Ole Miss began the season winning seven straight games, but they’ve dropped three straight SEC games including an embarrassing 30-0 loss to Arkansas last weekend. Quarterback Bo Wallace continues to feel the effects of a sprained ankle, but he’s bound to fight through the pain and be ready to go as we watch today’s Mississippi State game live at home.
Today’s Bulldogs vs Rebels football game will be broadcast live on TV on CBS, or you can watch Ole Miss vs Mississippi State football game online live free streaming on CBS’s SEC Live webpage.