I have a feeling the running backs will get a lot of work this week.
I'd love to see our running game come to life. We haven't seen a power running game until late in the games thus far.
Ole Miss has the horses to force the pass, as Florida did, but we should be able to wear down the Ole Miss defense by the second half. That's why it's critical that Blake Sims be able to hit the passes, as he's done in every game so far. Just hope he's not rusty/sore (as 2 said).
It'll be a fun game to watch. If you're at the game, stay alert. A Bo Wallace pass could be caught by anybody in the stadium!
There is really nothing that compares with the type of domination that results from an unstoppable running game. When a team gets beat by a long pass (a) the attention is focused on the corners not the opine, (b) more yards are lost so the pain of being out there, exhausted can't last too long. When you beat people on the ground it's the o-line that gives the yards, and just enough for another first down. They fall down on most plays and have to pick themselves up. It takes less time to reset for the next play. Here they come again. Oh wait, here comes Derrik Henry with a fresh set of legs. Four or five long series before, mercifully, a touchdown is scored and they can finally get off the field. Yeah, that what's good.