The West Division of the Southeastern Conference will be on full display this Thanksgiving when Mississippi State (7-4) hosts No. 12 Ole Miss (9-2) in the Egg Bowl. The Mississippi State Bulldogs would love no more than to ruin any chance Ole Miss may have at winning the SEC West for a chance to compete in the SEC Championship Game.
As a Rivalry Week matchup, sparks are sure to fly between the pair of Magnolia State schools. Their rivalry began on the field in 1901, with Ole Miss leading the all-time series 63–46–6. The Egg Bowl gets its name from the Golden Egg Trophy, which was first presented in 1927, that the winner receives after each game. The rivalry is the 10th longest uninterrupted series in the United States as the Mississippi-based schools have faced off every year since 1944.
The Aggies and the Rebels have faced off on Thanksgiving 23 times over the years. This year, commentary for the Egg Bowl will be provided by Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy and Katie George. Davis Wade Stadium will house over 61,000 fans cheering for their favorite school. Cord cutters can find out how to watch the Egg Bowl below.
When to Watch the Egg Bowl
The Egg Bowl between No. 12 Ole Miss at Mississippi State will kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.
The game will be supplemented by a SkyCast viewing option on ESPN3 and the ESPN App.
How to Watch the Egg Bowl
The Egg Bowl will be one of the most viewed games on Thanksgiving. There are plenty of ways for cord cutters to watch all the action on ESPN without bulky cable boxes or satellite dishes.
ESPN+: The Egg Bowl will be available to ESPN+ subscribers for only $6.99 per month, or save over 15% with an ESPN+ Annual Plan at $69.99 per year. ESPN+ gives you access to the ESPN App to watch every moment on the gridiron.
Disney Bundle: Watch the SEC West rivals, and more with the Disney Bundle. The streaming package has ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+ at a discounted price of $13.99/mo for Hulu (Ad-Supported) or $19.99/mo. with Hulu (No Ads). The Bundle gives you access to everything on Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+.
Subscribers to live TV streaming services can check out our chart below to see if your service will be streaming the show.
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