What TV channel is the Ole Miss vs. Florida State game on tonight? Live stream, how to watch Rebels vs. Seminoles online

Published 4:09 pm Monday, September 5, 2016

It’s No. 11 Ole Miss vs. No. 4 Florida State in college football action tonight.

When: 7 p.m. central time

TV channel : ESPN

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Ole Miss vs. Florida State live stream: Watch the game online here.

Odds: Florida State -6 (over/under 58.5)


Ole Miss has had distractions in the preseason but its star player so it won’t be a problem tonight against Florida State.

“We’re focused on one thing,” quarterback Chad Kelly said. “We want to win a championship.”

The timeline of those headlines is well-documented.

Yahoo Sports reported in January Ole Miss had received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA alleging multiple rules violations in football, women’s basketball and track and field with the focus of the probe under Freeze centering on former offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil, who was suspended seven games last season after getting free use of loaner cars and an interest-free promissory note on a down payment for another vehicle from Cannon Motors.

Ole Miss agreed violations had occurred in most cases in its response released this spring and self-imposed three years of probation, 11 scholarships reductions over the next four years and recruiting restrictions, but another layer was added to the investigation in April when Tunsil claimed he took money from an Ole Miss staffer.

Last month, Yahoo reported the NCAA had expanded the probe to players at other SEC schools whom Ole Miss had once recruited, offering them immunity from possible sanctions in exchange for truthful accounts of their recruitment.

“(The current players) should be the focus, and they should be the priority and that is what motivates me,” Freeze said. “All of the talk or whatever is about a kid or kids that don’t play here anymore, and these young men chose to come to this university to continue to build a program. When I look at them, I don’t think about the noise. I think about what I owe them to get them ready to play.”