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Published on October 20th, 2021 | by TLV News


SEC Nation Heads to Oxford as No. 12 Ole Miss Hosts LSU

SEC Network Pregame Show to Broadcast from The Grove 9-11 am CT, Saturday, October 23

SEC Network‘s weekly, traveling pre-game show, SEC Nation Presented by Dr Pepper, arrives in Oxford for Week 8 to preview the SEC West battle between the No. 12 Ole Miss football and LSU.
The show will broadcast from The Grove for the seventh time on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 9-11 am CT on SEC Network. The show’s last visit to Oxford was also when the Rebels hosted LSU in 2019. The show’s previous visits to The Grove were in 2014 for Ole Miss-Tennessee and the Egg Bowl, 2015 for the Arkansas game, as well as 2016 and 2018 for a pair of matchups between Ole Miss and Alabama.
Laura Rutledge hosts the show, her fifth season in the host’s chair and her sixth on the show overall, joined by Paul FinebaumRoman HarperJordan Rodgers, and Tim Tebow for a weekly breakdown of the SEC football action to come.
Additionally, Marty & McGee Presented by Old Trapper will be live on Saturday morning from 8-9 am CT, as Marty Smith and Ryan McGee meet at the intersection of southern lifestyle and college football to bring viewers the latest headlines, Hillbilly and otherwise, across the SEC landscape. Marty & McGee will be live on the road with SEC Nation every Saturday this fall.
The Grove will also be home to The Paul Finebaum Show Presented by Johnsonville, with #FinebaumFriday live from 2-6 pm CT.
No. 12 Ole Miss will host LSU Saturday at 2:30 pm CT on CBS for the SEC Game of the Week and Eli Manning Day in Oxford. Ole Miss will honor the Rebel legend with a number retirement ceremony. Manning will join his father, Archie Manning, and Chucky Mullins as just the third player in Ole Miss history to have his jersey retired.
Get all the latest information on the Rebel football squad by following @olemissfb on Twitter and Instagram and OleMissFootball on Facebook.

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