So far this season, No. 18 Ole Miss has shown it knows a thing or two about gutting out tough road wins in Southeastern Conference play.
In three conference games away from Tad Smith Coliseum, Ole Miss (15-4, 3-2 SEC) is 2-1. The Rebels most recent action was in Baton Rouge Saturday, where the team grabbed a 73-63 win.
But despite the early success, a trip to Auburn Thursday presents a challenge. The Tigers (10-10, 1-4) have won three of the last four meetings in the series, including a 77-64 victory a year ago on the Plains.
Despite an unimpressive record, Auburn is a dangerous team, according to Ole Miss head coach Andy Kennedy.
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Kennedy: 'It's a difficult challenge'
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