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Ole Miss vs. Mississippi State 2014 live stream: How to watch the Egg Bowl online, TV schedule and more

Saturday's game may not have the implications Ole Miss fans were hoping for a few weeks ago, but the Rebs still have plenty to play for -- and you've got plenty to tune in for.

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This time last season, Mississippi State was 5-6, sitting on the precipice of a bowl-less season and a warm seat for Dan Mullen. But they of course won the Egg Bowl -- an ugly, mistake-filled win but a win nonetheless. State rode that momentum to a dominating bowl victory over Rice, a 10-1 start to this season and the No. 4 national ranking heading into Saturday's game against the Ole Miss.

Ya see, this year's Egg Bowl is about a lot more than just playing spoiler to State, who could quite possibly secure the fourth and final spot in the inaugural College Football Playoff with a win. An Ole Miss victory would clinch the first nine-win regular season in over a decade. It would propel the Rebels to a higher-profile bowl. It would help with recruiting. More than anything, though, it would end a once-promising season on a high note, continuing the upward trend of the program and giving momentum to a 2015 team that has the potential to make a legitimate run at the national title.

Despite the recent disappointments, Ole Miss has plenty to play for on Saturday, and it's not just about raining on a rival's parade.

(Ok, fine, we want to do that too. It would be epic to knock State out of the Playoff.)

How to watch, listen and stream

Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. ET
Radio: Ole Miss Radio Network
Satellite Radio: Sirius 85, XM 85