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Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M football 2016: Time, TV schedule, and online streaming

Can the Rebs pull together for a big W in College Station?

NCAA Football: Texas A&M at Mississippi Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

A great leadership change occurred this week, which will ripple out across this country for years to come. That’s right, Shea Patterson is taking the helm of the Rebel offense Saturday against Texas A&M for a barn-burner at Kyle Field. Historic stuff, folks.

A&M of course is dealing with quarterbacking issues of their own, after Trevor Knight was ruled out for the rest of the season with a shoulder injury. That means that Jake Hubenak will get the start for the Aggies, a not unknown quantity to Hugh Freeze and associates.

Perhaps the biggest question mark surrounding Kevin Sumlin’s men, though, concerns defensive end Miles Garrett, an easy no. 1 overall draft pick in next year’s NFL Draft. He’s faced leg issues all season and only played a limited number of snaps in A&M’s loss to Mississippi State in Week 10. Other holes have opened up across the Aggie offensive line, secondary and wide receiver corps, so in addition to Saturday’s game being the BACKUP QB BOWL, it’s also the EVERYONE’S BANGED UP BOWL.

Here’s all the information you need to watch the EBU BOWL. Check back with us throughout the evening for hijinks, laughs and sads.

How to watch:

Where: College Station, Texas
When: 6:30 p.m. CT
TV: SEC Network
Online Streaming: WatchESPN