Alabama plays its biggest game of the season tonight, but Tide quarterback Jake Coker revisited the team’s only loss for a quick second earlier this week.

Jake Coker, who replaced Cooper Bateman to play the majority of the 43-37 loss in Tuscaloosa on Sept. 19, told’s Dennis Dodd that Ole Miss “wouldn’t want to play us again.”

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Well, Ole Miss linebacker C.J. Johnson sent a couple tweets that were more than likely in response to Coker’s comments.

Coker finished the game 21-for-45 passing for 201 yards, 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions.

Alabama was down by 19 points with a little over 10 minutes to go in the fourth quarter, but Coker helped rally the Tide shortly after to cut the deficit to 6 following a 2-yard touchdown pass to Richard Mullaney with 4:33 left.

However, Coker threw an interception on Alabama’s next drive. Then on the team’s final possession, he threw four straight incompletions to turn it over on downs as the Rebels prevailed.

The win marked the first time Ole Miss had beaten Alabama in consecutive seasons.