2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
4-8, 6th in SEC - West
20h

CFB Pod: Which playoff quarterback do you take to win one game?

Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast by discussing the College Football Playoff semifinals, which playoff quarterback they'd take to win one game, and the head coaches and assistants on the move. Next, Heather Dinich hops on (34:48) following the last CFP ranking to talk about how championship games are very important to the committee, why she can't imagine the playoff expanding anytime soon and the changes she'd make to college football. Later, Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl CEO Gary Stokan joins the pod (53:31) to discuss the bowl selection process, LSU-Oklahoma and his thoughts on playoff expansion.

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22hChris Low

Sources: Kiffin eyes UCF's Lebby for Ole Miss

New Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin is trying to finalize a deal to bring UCF's Jeff Lebby to Mississippi as his offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN.

0:22

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Welcoming the Lane Train to Ole Miss in Hotty Toddy style.

Kiffin excited to work with talent at Ole Miss (1:18)
4d
Kiffin: You've got to reinvent yourself (1:55)
3d
3d

CFB Pod: Negandhi and Herbie take a look at the College Football Playoff Semifinals

Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast discussing Herbie's insane travel schedule last week, if the committee got it right between No. 1 and No. 2, LSU's defensive awakening, why Clemson might be even better this season than last, Jalen Hurts' playoff experience and Joe Burrow running away with the Heisman (20:32). Later, the guys get into their initial thoughts on the playoff matchups (29:14), which other bowl games jumped off the slate, Herbie's interview with Tua Tagovailoa and his parents (35:39), coaching moves (45:20) and listener questions.

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5d

Ole Miss brings Kiffin back to SEC as head coach

Ole Miss confirmed Lane Kiffin has signed on to become the Rebels next coach on Saturday, shortly after he led Florida Atlantic to its second Conference USA championship in his three seasons as coach with a 49-6 win over UAB.

McGee's final bottom 10 spot goes to Ole Miss (1:18)
8d
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10d

Rebels seeking charismatic coach to energize fans

Mississippi athletic director Keith Carter said Monday that the coach he hires to replace Matt Luke will need to bring energy to the program to excite the fan base, saying that attending games has lost some of its luster.

Walls' college roommate got an unexpected Heisman vote (0:59)
11d
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15dMark Schlabach and Dave Wilson

The Hater's Guide to Rivalry Week

From the Apple Cup to Bedlam to the Iron Bowl: what to know about every grudge match, how to watch them, and why this year's matchup matters.

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13dTom VanHaaren

Ole Miss apologizes for urinating dog celebration

Wide receiver Elijah Moore apologized Friday, saying he regrets his celebration in the Egg Bowl. Ole Miss called the action "disappointing and unacceptable."

Penalty leads to dramatic loss for Ole Miss (1:18)
14d
Luke describes Moore's celebration penalty as 'disappointing' (0:56)
14d
14d

Ole Miss falls after WR's urinating dog celebration

Luke Logan missed a 35-yard extra point after Ole Miss receiver Elijah Moore was penalized for celebrating a touchdown by crawling and pretending to urinate like a dog, and Mississippi State ended up with a 21-20 victory on Thursday in the 116th Egg Bowl.

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.0100th
Rushing Yards251.311th
Points For26.6114th
Points Against26.5