Ole Miss at Texas A&M football game postponed due to COVID-19

By Kevin Kelley -

The Ole Miss Rebels at Texas A&M Aggies football game has been postponed due to COVID-19, the SEC announced on Monday.

The two schools were scheduled to meet at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas, on Saturday, Nov. 21. The game was postponed due to “…the continued quarantine of individuals within the Texas A&M football program.”

Texas A&M is tentatively scheduled to make up their postponed game at the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday, Dec. 12. Because that date is occupied, Texas A&M and Ole Miss might play on Saturday, Dec. 19.

In their first season under head coach Lane Kiffin, the Ole Miss Rebels are 3-4. The Rebels defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday, 59-42. Their next contest is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 28 at home against the in-state rival Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Texas A&M is 5-1 and ranked 5th in the AP Poll and 6th in the Coaches Poll. The Aggies, who were off last weekend following the postponement of the Tennessee game, are next scheduled to play on Saturday, Nov. 28 at home against the LSU Tigers.

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