Bryan Harsin could be leaning on the run game this weekend when Auburn travels to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium to take on No. 9 Ole Miss.

It was a recipe for success last season when the Tigers racked up 211 yards on the Rebels in a 31-20 win at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The running lanes haven’t been there for Bigsby this year. The junior had 147 yards rushing in the season opener against San Jose State, but has been held to 51 yards or less in the five games since. With dual-threat quarterback Robby Ashford getting the lion’s share of the snaps now, it’s possible that the running game could benefit.

Ole Miss has been hit-or-miss against the run. They were stout against Kentucky for the most part two weeks ago, but gave up 262 yards on the ground earlier in the season against Tulsa.