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Tennessee-Ole Miss Basketball: Time, TV Channel, Streaming Link, Broadcast

Tennessee will return to action after a timely, welcoming weekend off Ole Miss in town Wednesday night. The Volunteers are off to a 0-1 start in the SEC game after facing their first COVID situation of the season last week.

Kennedy Chandler and John Fulkerson couldn’t play against Alabama, resulting in a heartbreaking loss in the dying seconds. Both players have been allowed to return tonight.

On Ole Miss’s side, they are now grappling with their own COVID issues. The Rebels had four players entered protocols last week, and now this week they’ve added two more. On top of all this, Ole Miss faces injuries from striker Robert Allen and Jarkel Joiner. Kermit Davis said he intends to play as long as he has the numbers available to do so, however.

The Rebels haven’t played for a few weeks now, and they just lost to Samford. Ole Miss is at 8-4 this season.

“Kermit is a great coach,” Rick Barnes said this week. “And he’s doing a really good job mixing his defenses. From her man to her 1-3-1, 2-3. He’s always changing things up, trying to keep you off the beat. He will work hard to put his players in a position to give them a chance to succeed.

Ole Miss is led by guard Jarkel Joiner, but as mentioned above, he is assaulted. A back injury makes him questionable before this one. Joiner averages over 14 points per game.

UPDATE: the carpenter is OUTSIDE.

We’ll be waiting for updates from the Ole Miss side to see who will be available to play tonight.

Obviously, the bettors have already adjusted to put Ole Miss in such a difficult situation. Tennessee are currently favorites at 16.5 points, by DraftKings Sportsbook.

Dimensions / lines subject to change. The T & Cs apply. See DraftKings.com/sportsbook for details.


How to watch

Site: Knoxville, Tennessee

Time: 7 p.m. ET

TV channel: SEC network

Diffusion: Watch ESPN

Radio: Flight Network