Injuries that have been reported are:
C.J. Johnson, defensive end for the Rebels will miss the LSU game due to an injured ankle that will require surgery and end the season for Johnson. Johnson broke his leg during spring practice, but was released in time to play the first four games of the season.
Carlos Thompson, also a defensive end for the Rebels has been ruled out for LSU game with an unspecified injury, as well as Aaron Morris, who has a torn ACL. Morris will miss the rest of the season.
Defensive end Robert Nkemdiche has been ruled out of the LSU game with a pulled hamstring.
Defensive back Mike Hilton also has a hamstring injury and is listed as "not probable" to play.
Jeff Scott, halfback, is listed as questionable with a bruised thigh.
Temario Strong, who plays both the linebacker and defensive end position is listed as doubtful to play in the LSU game. No word on the specific injury for Strong.
Defensive back Mike Hilton also has a hamstring injury and listed as "not probable" to play in the game.
Linebacker Serderius Bryant is still dealing with recovering from a concussion and listed as day-to-day.
Defensive tackle Issac Gross has an injured shoulder but will try to play this week.
Chief Brown, safety has been listed as "probable" and likely to play. No specific injury listed for Brown.
Quarterback Barry Brunetti has a shoulder injury and is still not at 100%, but listed as playing in Saturday's game against LSU.
The Rebels are already the underdog going into Saturday night's game, and all of these injuries will not help their efforts to beat a top 10 team and conference rival.
The LSU-Ole Miss football game kicks off at 6:00 p.m. in Oxford, Ms. and will be televised by ESPN2.