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Ole Miss vs. Kentucky football 2017: Time, TV schedule, and online streaming

Kentucky has played well thus far. Can the Rebs play spoiler?

NCAA Football: Tennessee at Kentucky Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Ole Miss and Kentucky will face off at 3 p.m. CT in Lexington on Saturday for a battle of the woefully unimportants. The mere fact of this game — given that it’s happening here in Week 9 and after everything that’s happened with the Ole Miss program since, like, 2014 — makes it exhausting to even think about writing something meaningful on it, but here we are.

I attempted something approaching a preview, but there’s really no telling what’s going to go down here. The betting line has been slowly tightening down, and Bill C.’s numbers would indicate that Ole Miss perhaps holds a slight advantage. For whatever that’s worth.

At any rate, Kentucky QB Stephen Johnson has played well through the Wildcats’ first eight games, netting 1,401 yards through the air, with nine touchdowns to four interceptions. He’s also a serviceable runner, cruising over 282 yards for three touchdowns thus far in 2017. Mark Stoops’ club is lucky to have him, along with running back Benjmamin Snell, Jr., who’s already amassed 721 rushing yards and nine touchdowns this season.

Below is all the viewing information you need to watch Saturday’s game.

How to watch:

Where: Lexington, Kent.
When: 3 p.m. CT
TV: SEC Network
Online streaming: WatchESPN