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Ole Miss will likely be down to its third option at center against Alabama on Saturday. Starting center Sean Rawlings had surgery last week to repair an ankle injury and was classified by interim coach Matt Luke on Monday as “probably doubtful” for Saturday’s game against the Crimson Tide. Making that even more of an issue for the Rebels is that they lost backup center Eli Johnson to a season-ending knee injury during their win over UT Martin Sept. 9.
The Alabama Crimson Tide own a significant lead in the rivalry with the Ole Miss Rebels, winning 49 of 60 meetings all-time. But the Rebels have won two of the last three meetings, and they’re 7-3 against the spread over the last 10. The Rebels challenge the top-ranked Crimson Tide on Saturday night in Tuscaloosa.
Sims, a redshirt junior who started at right guard last year, was slowed by an ankle injury at the beginning of the season and hasn’t made any starts this year entering Saturday. The Crimson Tide opened as 28-point favorites, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark (line updates and matchup report).