The California Golden Bears (23) are enjoying their Top 25 team status. To keep it they’ll have to beat the Ole Miss Rebels (2-1), a team looking to make a statement win against a ranked opponent.
Cal and Ole Miss get underway early on College Game Day starting at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT. The TV channel to watch the game is ESPNU, not the regular ESPN channel and also not included in all channel packages.
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Cal vs Ole Miss Preview
At 3-0, California has a legitimate shot at improving to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2015. They would go on to play in the Armed Forces Bowl and beat Air Force, their last Bowl victory.
Two years ago was the last time Cal faced Ole Miss and they won that game 27-16. But that game was at home, while today’s will be in Mississippi.
Ole Miss, favored to win by three points, know their key to success lies in their ability to crack Cal’s very talented and stingy defense.
The Rebels offense has improved with each game this season, scoring 15, 31 and 40 points — in that order.