Ole Miss Vs. Texas A&M Postponed Because Of Coronavirus

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Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M won’t be played Saturday.

The SEC announced Monday night that the game was being postponed because of “positive tests, contact tracing & quarantine of individuals within Ole Miss FB program.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

It’s not clear right now whether or not an opening will be available on December 19 to reschedule the game, but it doesn’t look likely.

The game between the Aggies and Rebels was previously postponed this season. Welcome to college football in 2020!

This is a very unfortunate situation for the fans, coaches and players. Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss looked like it was going to be a very good game.

The Aggies have one of the best teams in America and Ole Miss has an absolutely absurd offense under Lane Kiffin’s watch.


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At the same time, the Aggies might be more than okay not playing Ole Miss. Right now, Texas A&M is on the fringe of the playoff conversation and could possibly get in if a lot of things go their way.

However, a loss to the Rebels would guarantee that they’re definitely out. Now, they don’t have to worry about Lane Kiffin lighting them up, which Ole Miss is more than capable of doing.


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We’ll see if an opening appears December 19, but I’m not holding my breath. I think Ole Miss vs. the Aggies just isn’t happening this year.