By Andrew Gribble/Tuscaloosa Bureau, Mobile Press-Register, Birmingham News, and The Huntsville Times
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Alabama should get its first crack at an SEC starting quarterback Saturday.
One day after he missed practice because of a sore shoulder, Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace was back with the team at today’s session, according to the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Wallace, who has thrown for 717 yards, seven touchdowns and four interceptions, will "try to go," Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze told reporters after today's practice.
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