AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Auburn and Mississippi will match up with hurry-up, no-huddle offenses and mobile quarterbacks.
The Tigers and 24th-ranked Rebels will both bring fast-paced and very similar attacks into Saturday night's game.
Neither offense is clicking on all cylinders yet. Both rank in the middle-of-the-pack in the SEC in total yards, and they're tied for 11th in scoring offense.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze says the two teams "can look just alike offensively if we wanted to."
He expects some wrinkles to mix things up.
The Rebels' Bo Wallace and Auburn's Nick Marshall are both threats to run and extend plays. But they rank 13th and 14th, respectively, in the Southeastern Conference in passing efficiency.
Both teams are coming off losses to top 10 teams.
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