OXFORD, Miss. (AP) -- Auburn has racked up a 24-and-8 record against Ole Miss over the years. But there may be cause for hope in Oxford as the Tigers prepare to visit. Auburn's offense has struggled this season. It's 10th in scoring offense and total offense in the Southeastern Conference and 12th in passing offense. And Auburn's usually stout defense has begun to falter as well. But Mississippi coach Houston Nutt cautions that the Tigers remain capable of breaking a game open. Both teams will be trying to improve on 4-and-4 records on Saturday.
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