California Golden Bears vs Ole Miss Rebels Live Stream, Week 4
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NCAA FB GameTrax – 2019 Week 4
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium – Oxford, Mississippi
Subsequent to getting their second win of the period over Southeastern Louisiana a weekend ago, the 2-1 Rebs come back to the Vaught to take on Pac-12 adversary California. Two years prior, the Golden Bears took care of Ole Miss’ offense in Berkley and won a hard-battled game 27-16 on the back of their protection.
This year, expect business as usual from Justin Wilcox’s bundle. The Bears get an awful resistance driven by “The Takers” in the optional and linebacker Evan Weaver. The previously mentioned optional is fourteenth in the nation in breeze through progress rate and will assessment Matt Corral early and regularly with blended inclusion looks and forceful man-to-man. Their linebackers, driven by Weaver, are fourteenth in the nation in devastation rate so the Bears will likewise test the Rebel hostile line and running backs, two units that have shown signs of improvement every week regardless of youth and naiveté.
Repulsively, however, yeesh. Pursue Garbers and the Cal offense are truth be California Golden Bears vs Ole Miss Rebels told terrible. A week ago against North Texas, Garbers kept running for 70 yards yet was sacked six(!) times. They were out-picked up on the day by the Mean Green per play (4.6/4.0) and had two of their initial four drives start at the North Texas 22 and 33-yard lines separately. The solitary brilliant spot for Wilcox’s offense is running back Christopher Brown who has kept running for 324 yards and two touchdowns this year, including 80 yards on 16 conveys in an immense street succeed at Washington.
This game is going to come down to who can confine the errors. Plain and basic. The two groups have extraordinary protections and will test the hostile lines throughout the day. Ole Miss is managing youth and a battling o-line unit and Cal is as yet uncertain if three of their starters in advance will arrange to attempt to deal with the Landshark protection.
Whoever can restrain the turnovers and abstain from safeguarding short fields is going to leave away with a success Saturday evening.
What’s more, if that isn’t sufficient to enable you to make a forecast, here are a couple of fascinating tid bits from ESPN’s Chris Fallica:
Since 2015, there have been 25 cases in the pre-bowl season where a group positioned twentieth or lower entered a game against an unranked group as a dark horse. Positioned groups are only 4-21 SU during that span.And since the beginning of last season, unranked top picks against groups positioned 20-25 are 8-1 SU and ATS.
Weave Lynch — Cal 19, Ole Miss 12
I don’t know do you all think this will be something besides extremely bizarre? Think turnovers, two or three safeguards, perhaps a wild unique groups touchdown? I simply don’t expect some Pac-12 group to come to Oxford and have that outcome in anything taking after a typical football match-up.
One Man To Beat — Ole Miss 20, Cal 17
Touchy running plays separate a repetitive hostile beginning as the Rebels return from a 14-3 halftime shortfall for the success.
whiskeywednesday — Cal 20, Ole Miss 14
The hostile line is still incredibly awful and Matt Corral gets baffled and powers a couple of tosses. The safeguard looks great for like 95 percent of the game, yet several wacky things occur, as a result obviously.
Ole Miss 17, Cal 10
Cal’s safeguard is in the same class as publicized, yet even California Golden Bears vs Ole Miss Rebels they can’t close down Scottie Phillips (75 yards hurrying and a score) and Elijah Moore (90 yards getting and a score). Corral still commits errors and no different beneficiaries venture up, yet our safeguard bobs back and holds them to one touchdown from a short field and a field objective. Sam Williams gets the Landshark Turnover Chain Doohickey in the wake of thumping the piss (and the ball) out of Chase Garbers’ hands, who I expect without finding it would seem that Sunshine from Remember the Titans.
Ben Woodhouse — Ole Miss 23, Cal 21
Ole Miss keeps running for 275 yards and wins it with a game-winning field objective.
Dark Hardison — Cal 22, Ole Miss 11
Through three games against not extraordinary protective fronts, the Ole Miss hostile line hasn’t demonstrated any capacity to hold it together reliably. The running match-up is intensely subject to hazardous plays, which just so happens to be a thing Cal’s guard doesn’t permit. Toss in a suspect Ole Miss passing game and the going with insurance breakdowns, I predict a harsh morning/early evening for the offense. Cal’s offense, while net, likely strings together enough against an Ole Miss guard that is gradually returning to earth.
Zach Berry — Ole Miss 20, Cal 17
This is an unusual one. It will be a stone battle. Cal’s offense is meh, yet California Golden Bears vs Ole Miss Rebels their barrier is great. Ole Miss’ offense still can’t seem to genuinely be released as I would like to think yet their safeguard has made critical steps. The Bears have a great deal of wounds in all out attack mode line and Chase Garbers can’t generally toss the ball downfield. I think Scottie Phillips gets moving and Mike MacIntyre’s guard compels a few turnovers. Take the under. Give me the Rebs in a tight one.
Juco All-American — Ole Miss 27, Cal 17
I’m simply not persuaded that the guarded issues we saw a week ago were anything over a powerlessness to get up for SELA. I realize it was close there, and I was truly debilitated by the exhibition, however what we saw was completely counter to what the barrier appeared against better groups in Memphis and Arkansas. Cal’s offense is likewise not great AND has endured a rash of wounds.
Upsettingly, I’m additionally going to accept a week ago’s California Golden Bears vs Ole Miss Rebels procedure of “up the center, up the center, pass, punt” was a result of going vanilla in a game with unrivaled competitors. I don’t figure this group will be “great” this year on offense, and against a lot of barriers, they’ll be terrible. I simply feel that they’ll make some kind of breakthrough for this one, notwithstanding confronting an extreme auxiliary. I presume this game will see Matt Corral run significantly more than he has through three games.
Michael Borkey — Ole Miss 14, Cal 10
Cal’s offense is horrifying and is managing the damage bug. Ole Miss has progressively unique playmakers on offense and that will wind up being the distinction. Key to the game for the Rebs is to not turn it over or commit errors. Play clean football and you win. Can’t bear to do generally in this one.
Christoph Ludwig — Ole Miss 17, Cal 14
It’s quality against quality as two great resistances fight it out, yet the Rebs end up as the winner as Rich Rodriguz and Matt Corral can work around another terrible hostile line execution.
Nicholas Carr — Ole Miss 24, Cal 13
Cal can’t get the offense moving and gives Ole Miss short handle throughout the day.
Grayson Weir — Ole Miss 30, Cal 13
Ole Miss linebackers power Chase Garbers to make less than ideal tosses, and the auxiliary skips back. After a moderate beginning, Matt Corral, Scottie Phillips, and Rich Rodriguez beat the Bears’ Pac-12 barrier unexpectedly and run the alternative all over a feeble cutting edge.
Step by step instructions to watch:
- Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, Miss.
- At the point when: 11 a.m. CST
- Television: ESPNU
- Web based spilling: WatchESPN