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SEC college football picks, odds in Week 4: Texas A&M handles Arkansas, LSU gets revenge vs. Mississippi State

Week 4 of the college football season is when things really get going in the SEC. There are six conference games, including a big-time battle between No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 16 Arkansas in the SEC on CBS Game of the Week. The Aggies have fought through a massive early-season injury to starting quarterback Haynes King to move to 3-0 for the first time under coach Jimbo Fisher. The Razorbacks have been a pleasant surprise, throttling Texas two weeks ago and dispatching of Georgia Southern with relative ease last week.
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Daily Mississippian

NIL deal offered to entire Ole Miss Football team

Blue Delta Jeans has offered a name, image and likeness (NIL) deal to everyone on the Ole Miss Football roster. According to the Blue Delta press release, the players who accept the offer will receive a complementary pair of jeans at a retail price of $450 that they will be able to customize and promote through social media.

Ole Miss Announces 2022 Football Schedule

Rebels Will Host Seven Home Games at Vaught-Hemingway in 2022. The 2022 Ole Miss football schedule was unveiled Tuesday as the Southeastern Conference announced next year’s full league slate. The Rebels will open the season with back-to-back home games for the first time since 2017. Ole Miss begins the season...
Arkansas Online

Parkview's White chooses Mississippi

Little Rock Parkview starting quarterback and safety Jaylon White verbally committed to play football for the University of Mississippi on Wednesday, he announced via Twitter. White made an unofficial visit to Oxford, Miss., on July 30, where he said he had a chance to work out for some of the coaching staff.

LSU continues to manage injuries heading into SEC opener

LSU will be watching the availability of multiple key contributors heading into Saturday's SEC opener at Mississippi State. Among those players, Tigers coach Ed Orgeron said Wednesday that he is unsure whether left tackle Cam Wire will be able to play. Orgeron said Wire hasn't practiced and that finding a...

Ed Orgeron shares his message for Max Johnson ahead of Mississippi State game

Max Johnson has experience playing away from home, but Saturday looks to be the most hostile road environment the LSU quarterback has experienced yet. The cowbells will be out in force at Davis Wade Stadium for Saturday’s LSU-Mississippi State game. While Johnson started at Florida last season and at UCLA this season, the MSU atmosphere is likely to be louder than the reduced-capacity Swamp crowd or the Rose Bowl that featured a strong presence of visiting Tiger fans.

BONEYARD: A look ahead at LSU

Mississippi State opened the 2020 college football season by defeating the defending national champion LSU Tigers in their own backyard. Quarterback KJ Costello blistered the LSU secondary for an SEC record 623 passing yards. On a day that Coach Mike Leach labeled as "better than average", the Bulldog offense looked elite. Expectations for the program soared.

Season-defining game vs. Clemson awaits Wolfpack

The Mississippi State game was a major downer for NC State in more ways than just the final score. But in the grand scheme of the 2021 football season, the Wolfpack’s 24-10 loss in Starkville two weeks ago amounted to little more than a missed opportunity and an experience from which to learn.

Southern Miss preparing for road trip to Alabama

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WLOX) - These days, almost anyone going up against Nick Saban and Alabama can be considered the David to the Crimson Tide’s Goliath. This week, it’s Southern Miss’ turn to take a crack at this generation’s college football dynasty. The Tide and Golden Eagles have played seven times...

Mississippi State to host four official visitors

Mississippi State (2-1) will host the LSU Tigers (3-0) this weekend at 11 AM on Saturday. The ESPN broadcast will have a lot of eyes on the Bulldog football program. The SEC opener for both teams will also lead dozens of college football prospects to Starkville to see the game in person. Four of those recruits will do so as official guests of the University.