Seems like the Ole Miss QB has been jawing this week about them scoring a lot of points against Bama this Sat. Do they pull off the upset on the road? Personally I REALLY hope they can. Of course it will help the Tigers but it will also make the Saban-to-TX rumors go through the roof next week. This was an interesting read... The Rebel offense is loaded with explosive athletes, many of whom are capable of scoring on any given play their number is called. Between the shifty running back Jeff Scott, WRs Evan Engram,Laquon Treadwell and Donte Moncrief (just to mention a few), as well as athletes like reserve QB Barry Brunetti, even Alabama isn't going to "stop" Ole Miss all night. It just won't happen. Further, be prepared to see Freeze and offensive coordinator Dan Werner dig into their bag of tricks a few times in Tuscaloosa. Mixing in a few gadget plays to complement a well-balanced attack could yield big plays or points on a defense having to play honest against the run and pass. And when the fast-break Rebel offense gets inside the red-zone, there's more reason to feel confident. Against Texas A&M, the Crimson Tide defense allowed the Aggies to score on 5-of-6 red zone trips. Again, Wallace isn't Manziel, but they're both extremely dangerous dual-threat QBs. As for Ole Miss, they've succeeded in 13-of-14 red-zone trips in 2013 (11 scores being touchdowns). Therefore, Wallace was correct; his offense will put points up in Bryant-Denny. Unlike most of last season, when the Rebels were just trying to figure out what pieces they even had on offense, Wallace just about has all the puzzle pieces he could ask for in Oxford this season. If they can all be pieced together just right in T-Town, then it could create something very special for the program. As for Wallace and his outspoken confidence, look for his play to back it up Saturday night.