The basics

Kickoff: 6:15 p.m. Saturday at Tiger Stadium

TV: ESPN

Radio: WDGL-FM, 98.1, in Baton Rouge; WWL-AM, 870, and WWL-FM, 105.3, in New Orleans; KLWB-FM, 103.7, in Acadiana

Series: LSU leads 58-40-4

Last meeting: Ole Miss 27, LSU 24 (2013)

The opponent: Ole Miss

Record: 7-0 (4-0 Southeastern)

Best win: Beat Alabama 23-17 on Oct. 4 in Oxford

Offensive leaders: QB Bo Wallace (137 of 209 passing, 1,899 yards, 65.6 percent, 17 TDs, 6 interceptions), WR Laquon Treadwell (34 receptions, 458 yards, 4 TDs).

Defensive leaders: CB Senquez Golson (19 tackles, 7 interceptions, 105 yards, 1 TD), FS Cody Prewitt (35 tackles, 2 interceptions, 1 TD, 3.5 tackles for loss).

Rumblings: The third-ranked Rebels, 7-0 for the first time since 1962, when they went 11-0 and claimed the SEC title, are breathing rarefied air these days with a suffocating defense and an efficient offense.

The offense: What you don’t want to hear

Wallace completes 65.6 percent of his passes and averages 271.3 yards per game with his top three receivers — led by Treadwell — combining for 82 receptions, 1,227 yards, 12 TDs and an average of 15.0 yards per grab.

The offense: What you do want to hear

The Rebels don’t run the ball that well — 151.3 yards per game to rank 11th in the SEC. They average 3.9 yards per attempt, although Jaylen Walton nets 5.9 yards per carry.

The defense: What you don’t want to hear

Ole Miss ranks in the top eight in the FBS in three key categories — scoring (first), rushing (sixth) and total yards (eighth). The Rebels also lead the SEC with 15 interceptions and 20 total takeaways.

The defense: What you do want to hear

There’s not much they don’t do well, but the Rebels have given up some big plays — runs of 26, 28 and 39 yards and passes of 32, 33, 42 and 53 yards.