5 Bold Predictions For Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss In College Football Week 8

By Trevor Lowry
5 Bold Predictions For Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss In College Football Week 8
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Bold Predictions For Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss

Bold Predictions For Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss Credit: Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports
Here it is, folks — the only top 25 matchup of Week 8. It might be the only top 25er, but what a battle it will be.

The winner will stay in the SEC title race, while the loser will have to settle with playing spoiler for the rest of 2015.

Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss bold predictions coming right at ya.

Bold Predictions For Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss

Here it is, folks — the only top 25 matchup of Week 8. It might be the only top 25er, but what a battle it will be.

The winner will stay in the SEC title race, while the loser will have to settle with playing spoiler for the rest of 2015.

Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss bold predictions coming right at ya.

5. A Last Second-TD Wins This One

5. A Last Second-TD Wins This One Credit: Getty Images
After what happened last weekend against Michigan State and Michigan, I'm feeling some more last-second drama. This time around, it might not be as big of a miracle. Perhaps a game-winning drive will do the trick.

5. A Last Second-TD Wins This One

After what happened last weekend against Michigan State and Michigan, I'm feeling some more last-second drama. This time around, it might not be as big of a miracle. Perhaps a game-winning drive will do the trick.

4. Chad Kelly Throws A Couple Of Picks, But Makes Up For It On The Ground

4. Chad Kelly Throws A Couple Of Picks, But Makes Up For It On The Ground Credit: Getty Images
Moral of the story: Chad Kelly will be far from perfect, but he will end up rushing for a decent amount of yards. 50+ yards on the ground, anyone?

4. Chad Kelly Throws A Couple Of Picks, But Makes Up For It On The Ground

Moral of the story: Chad Kelly will be far from perfect, but he will end up rushing for a decent amount of yards. 50+ yards on the ground, anyone?

3. Kyle Allen Is Good For 2 TD Passes … And 2 Interceptions

3. Kyle Allen Is Good For 2 TD Passes … And 2 Interceptions Credit: Getty Images
As you can see, I am predicting the quarterbacks of this battle to make a few mistakes. With SEC defenses known to be brutal, can you blame me?

At the same time, Kyle Allen probably wants to rebound in a big way after the nightmare game he had against Alabama last weekend (three pick-sixes).

3. Kyle Allen Is Good For 2 TD Passes … And 2 Interceptions

As you can see, I am predicting the quarterbacks of this battle to make a few mistakes. With SEC defenses known to be brutal, can you blame me?

At the same time, Kyle Allen probably wants to rebound in a big way after the nightmare game he had against Alabama last weekend (three pick-sixes).

2. Laquon Treadwell Gets Some Love In The Touchdown Department

2. Laquon Treadwell Gets Some Love In The Touchdown Department Credit: Getty Images
Laquon Treadwell is one of the best wide receivers in the game, yet he only has four TDs in 2015. I'm not predicting the future NFLer to double that total, but three TDs could be in his near future.

2. Laquon Treadwell Gets Some Love In The Touchdown Department

Laquon Treadwell is one of the best wide receivers in the game, yet he only has four TDs in 2015. I'm not predicting the future NFLer to double that total, but three TDs could be in his near future.

1. Ole Miss Survives And Advances

1. Ole Miss Survives And Advances Credit: Getty Images

Unless you are a team like Alabama, who seems to always win the big games, playing on the road is rocky, brutal and sometimes a bit ugly.

Texas A&M is the unlucky team that has to do some traveling this weekend, and Ole Miss is going to benefit greatly from that.

At this point in the game — especially with two losses — it's all about surviving and advancing for teams like the Rebels.

Although they lost to Memphis last week (crazy right?), they will bounce back in this SEC showdown.

1. Ole Miss Survives And Advances

Unless you are a team like Alabama, who seems to always win the big games, playing on the road is rocky, brutal and sometimes a bit ugly.

Texas A&M is the unlucky team that has to do some traveling this weekend, and Ole Miss is going to benefit greatly from that.

At this point in the game — especially with two losses — it's all about surviving and advancing for teams like the Rebels.

Although they lost to Memphis last week (crazy right?), they will bounce back in this SEC showdown.

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