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Alabama–Ole Miss football rivalry

Alabama–Ole Miss football rivalry
First meeting October 27, 1894
Ole Miss 6, Alabama 0
Latest meeting September 19, 2015
Ole Miss 43, Alabama 37
Next meeting September 17, 2016
Statistics
Meetings total 63
All-time series Alabama leads, 48–11–2
(51–10–2 on the field)
Largest victory Alabama, 64–0 (1917, 1930)
Longest streak Alabama, 12 (1912–32)
Current streak Ole Miss, 2 (2014–present)

The Alabama–Ole Miss football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Ole Miss Rebels. They are charter members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and both have competed in the SEC West since 1992. Alabama leads the series 48–11–2 (51–10–2 on the

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