TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama remains in search of a game where everything comes together.
The Crimson Tide is still unbeaten and ranked No. 1 but not feeling especially good about the team's performance so far. Even soft-spoken linebacker C.J. Mosley was prompted to speak up after an unimpressive performance against huge underdog Colorado State.
Beating No. 21 Mississippi Saturday night will be significantly more challenging in a matchup of unbeaten SEC West teams.
Linebacker Trey DePriest says if Alabama puts together a complete game, "we're going to be real good."
Mosley says he was upset after last week's game. He says the little things the Tide has done wrong "will get us beat bad."
Ole Miss is seeking its first 4-0 start since 1970 and has never beaten a No. 1 team.
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