Texas vs. Ole Miss is scheduled to kick off live from Austin at 8 p.m. EST on Saturday, Sept. 14, according to a Sept. 13 ESPN report. Number 25 ranked Ole Miss is looking to beat the unranked Longhorns in Texas. The game will air live on TV and via live stream video.
Ole Miss may be able to leave Austin with three wins considering the fact that the Texas Longhorns' quarterback David Ash will be out for the game. Last week against BYU Ash sustained both shoulder and head injuries in the fourth quarter of the game Texas lost 40-21. In his place, Case McCoy will make his seventh career start against Ole Miss.
The Ole Miss Rebels are two and zero on the season while the Texas Longhorns are at one and one. If the Longhorns lose this game, it could spell disaster for their season. Without their starting quarterback, a loss to the number 25 ranked Rebels is a distinct possibility.
You can catch Texas vs. Ole Miss on TV on the Longhorns Network, and if you are not near a TV at 8 p.m. EST Saturday night, then you can catch a live stream video via the Longhorns Network as well.