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ALABAMA LINEUP: G Dazon Ingram (6 5, R Soph.) 11.2 ppg; G John Petty (6 5, Fr.) 12.4 ppg; G/F Braxton Key (6 7, Sr.) 5.2 ppg; F Herbert Jones (6 7, Fr.) 4.9 ppg; C Daniel Giddens (6 11, Jr.) 4.8 ppg, 2.56 rpg.
OLE MISS LINEUP: G Breein Tyree (6 2, So.) 10.4 ppg; G Deandre Burnett (6 2, Sr.) 14.3 ppg; G Terence Davis (6 4, Jr.) 14.0 ppg; F Bruce Stevens (6 8, Jr.) 10.6 ppg; C Dominik Olejniczak (7 0, So.) 4.1 ppg, 2.8 rpg.
NOTES: Alabama head coach Avery Johnson announced junior center Donta Hall (wrist) is “good to go” for today’s game. Meanwhile, star freshman point guard Collin Sexton remains a game time decision with an abdominal injury that kept him out of the Tide’s last two games. “We’re continuing to evaluate him daily in terms of what he can and can’t do,” Johnson said of Sexton. “Once he’s healthy, he’ll play. But as of this moment, he’s not healthy enough to play.” . Alabama is 9 0 on the season when winning the rebounding battle, and 9 1 when holding the opposition to 40 percent shooting or less. . Although Ole Miss is coming off back to back losses at Texas A and at Arkansas, the Rebels are 3 0 in home SEC games, including handing SEC leading Florida its only conference loss of the season with a 78 72 win on Jan. 13. . Ole Miss head coach Andy Kennedy is 10 9 against Alabama during his 12 years in Oxford, including a 7 1 mark at home. The Rebels have won their last five games in the series played in Oxford, including a 74 66 win on Jan. 7, 2016, the first game played in the Pavillon. . The Crimson Tide will leave conference play when No. 12 Oklahoma comes to Tuscaloosa on Saturday as part of the Big 12/SEC Challenge.