Auburn, Ole Miss Teams Arrive in Montgomery

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By Ellis Eskew


Ole Miss football team pulled into the Capitol City Friday evening greeted by fans ready to cheer them on.

Chad Anderson says it's a family event that he loves sharing with his son.

"It's just great enjoyment to see my little boy getting excited to see the players. Brings back a lot of memories from when I was a kid growing up in Mississippi and being able to see the same thing," said Anderson.

And you better believe little camden will be rooting on the Rebels at the game.

"I think this is going to be a blow out game for Ole Miss," said Camden.

Both Ole Miss and Auburn are 3-1 heading into the game and it could be a make or break for either team.
Even though Ole Miss had a devastating loss to Alabama last week, fans assure us their team is back on track.

"I think the guys are refocused this week. Coach Freeze has got them squared away. I think we'll see a 'W' tomorrow in Auburn," said Dex McClain.

But the Auburn fans think that "W" will belong to them tomorrow.

Donna Hughes says, "oh yes, I think we won't have any problems against Ole Miss."


Carla Williams says, "I think they'll try some extra, but I don't think they will succeed. I think Gus Malzahn and their team has worked hard this weekend and they are going to be successful."

Fans of both teams agree it will be a good game.
And there is a lot riding on it.

 "I think it will have a great impact on the rest of the season. Couple big teams coming up for the rest of the season and we just gotta win tomorrow and no matter what I'll still support the tigers," said Hailey Hughes.

"I think they will handle their business.. They are up and coming, I can promise you that," said Anderson.









 

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