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Auburn at Ole Miss: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Saturday’s game in Oxford

The No. 16 Auburn Tigers face Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

Auburn returned to the win column on Wednesday by defeating Vanderbilt by 27 points. Can they cool off the red-hot Rebels at the Pavillion on Saturday? The Tigers took care of business in their first meeting with Ole Miss, defeating the Rebels, 82-59, in Neville Arena on Jan. 20. Since then, Auburn is 1-2 while Ole Miss is 3-0.

What will be the biggest difference from the first meeting to the second? Location. Ole Miss joins Auburn as the only two teams in the SEC to remain unbeaten at home. The Rebels also check in at No. 59 in the latest NET ranking, which creates another quad 1 opportunity for the Tigers.

Bruce Pearl feels that his team needs to win in Oxford in order to boost their chances to win the SEC.

“They haven’t lost at home. They’ve beaten good teams at home. I look at this opportunity as if we want to win the league — and I think we have a chance to win the league because we have a chance to be within about one and eight or nine as we sit right now — then you have to start thinking about winning a game like this one.”

Below, you will find key information ahead of Auburn’s key matchup with Ole Miss on Saturday including a broadcast guide, projected starting five, and an injury report.

How to watch Saturday's game

Zach Bland/Auburn Tigers
Zach Bland/Auburn Tigers

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Saturday, Feb. 3

  • Time: 5 p.m. CT

  • TV Channel: SEC Network (Richard Cross, Pat Bradley)

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

How to listen to Saturday's game

Michael Chang/Getty Images
Michael Chang/Getty Images

The Auburn Sports Network will have live coverage of Saturday’s game between the Tigers and Rebels. Pregame coverage with Andy Burcham and Randall Dickey will begin at 4:30 p.m. CT. Find your local Auburn Sports Network affiliate below.

Sirius/XM

Ch. 191

Abbeville

98.7 FM

Albany, Georgia

102.9 FM

Alexander City

97.5 FM

Andalusia

93.7 FM

Atlanta, Georgia

1010 AM

Auburn

94.3 FM

Birmingham

100.5 FM

Centre

100.5 FM

Centre

990 AM

Columbus, Georgia

540 AM

Cullman

92.1 FM

Cullman

98.3 FM

Demopolis

106.5 FM

Dothan

102.5 FM

Evergreen

101.1 FM

Flomaton

105.1 FM

Florence

94.9 FM

Foley

92.5 FM

Foley

1310 AM

Fort Payne

100.9 FM

Fort Payne

1250 AM

Gadsden

1350 AM

Greenville

94.3 FM

Hackleburg

95.5 FM

Huntsville

100.3 FM

Jasper

88.5 FM

LaGrange, Georgia

102.3 FM

Mobile

106.5 FM

Montgomery

92.3 FM

Moulton

97.9 FM

Ocean Springs, Mississippi

106.5 FM

Oxford

92.7 FM

Panama City, Florida

104.3 FM

Pensacola, Florida

105.1 FM

Roanoke

102.3 FM

Scottsboro

1050 AM

Selma

1490 AM

Sylacauga

100.3 FM

Sylacauga

1290 AM

Thomasville

95.5 FM

Troy

970 AM

Tuscaloosa

100.5 FM

Vernon

100.7 FM

Vernon

1380 AM

 

Auburn's projected starting five

Zach Bland/Auburn Tigers
Zach Bland/Auburn Tigers

Pos.

Name

Class

PPG

RPG

APG

G

Aden Holloway

Fr.

9.0

1.6

3.1

G

Denver Jones

Jr.

7.7

2.0

1.5

G

Chris Moore

Sr.

2.5

1.4

0.8

F

Jaylin Williams

Gr.

12.5

5.2

2.1

C

Johni Broome

Jr.

15.7

8.8

1.8

 

Ole Miss projected starting five

Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser
Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser

Pos.

Name

Class

PPG

RPG

APG

G

Jaemyn Brakefield

Sr.

11.9

5.2

2.3

G

Jaylen Murray

Jr.

15.0

2.6

4.1

F

Allen Flanigan

Sr.

15.0

6.9

3.1

F

Matthew Murrell

Sr.

16.7

3.3

2.5

C

Moussa Cisse

Sr.

4.0

4.7

0.3

 

Auburn Tigers injury report

Michael Chang/Getty Images
Michael Chang/Getty Images

No Injuries Reported

Ole Miss Rebels injury report

Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser
Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser

No Injuries Reported

Auburn's stat leaders

Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser
Jake Crandall/The Montgomery Advertiser
  • Points: Johni Broome (15.7)

  • Rebounds: Johni Broome (8.8)

  • Assists: Tre Donaldson (3.4)

  • Steals: KD Johnson (1.3)

  • Blocks: Johni Broome (2.2)

Ole Miss stat leaders

Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports
Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports
  • Points: Matthew Murrell (16.7)

  • Rebounds: Allen Flanigan (6.9)

  • Assists: Jaylen Murray (4.1)

  • Steals: Matthew Murrell (1.9)

  • Blocks: Jamarion Sharp (2.6)

Story originally appeared on Auburn Wire