It’s been five years, yet the Ole Miss Renegades are going bowling once more. Path Kiffin and the Agitators completed 4-5 this season after an intense 53-48 street misfortune in Mallet Rouge a weekend ago. The bowl determination board of trustees declared bowl games on Sunday and Ole Miss will be taking on the 6-1 Indiana Hoosiers in Tampa, Fla. at the 2021 Outback Bowl.
The game is planned for Saturday, January second at 11:30am CST and will air on ABC. Ole Miss Games delivered a couple of articulations from Kiffin on the Renegades acknowledged a solicitation to their first postseason appearance since their Sugar Bowl triumph over Oklahoma State in New Orleans. The Rebs will show up in a bowl for the 37th time in program history. The projects’ untouched bowl record remains at 24-13. Ole Miss is second in the NCAA in bowl win rate at .639, following just Southern Cal’s sign of .642. Ole Miss is additionally sixteenth broadly in bowl wins and 25th in bowl appearances.
Because of limit limitations, Ole Miss Games won’t have any tickets ready to move, yet fans can buy tickets for the Outback Bowl. Kiffin and the Revolutionaries will take on the Hoosiers and previous Ole Miss staff member Tom Allen. Our companions from the Huge Ten ruled their shortened record this season outside of a misfortune to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Allen’s group has not played in very nearly three weeks because of Coronavirus undoings, yet they won their last challenge against Wisconsin by a score of 14-6.
Driving the route for Indiana is their 32nd-positioned protection, per Bill Connelly’s SP+ rankings. Their offense, regardless of being positioned 26th, will be without their touchy sign guest, Michael Penix, Jr. Redshirt green bean Jack Tuttle will be under place for Allen and Indiana in Tampa. Going along with him on the offense is Mississippi local Ty Fryfogle, Peyton Hendershot, and Wallop Philyor.
On protection, another recognizable face, Kane Wommack, has a unit that is paced by Micah McFadden, Tiawan Mullen, Jamar Johnson, and Jaylin Williams. Outside of seven days one extra time prevail upon Penn State and the solitary misfortune to the CFP member Buckeyes, Wommack’s gathering has held adversaries to 21-focuses or less, including one shutout.
This one will be entertaining. A genuine somethings gotta give type challenge with Kiffin and Jeff Lebby’s best 10 offense versus Indiana’s main 35 protection. Ole Miss hopes to skip back from their customary season finale misfortune and to bring Jerrion Ealy and Braylon Sanders back in with the general mish-mash after they were messed up a weekend ago.