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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | September 19, 2015

Alabama-Ole Miss and other videos to get fans hyped for Week 3

Time to rise and shine college football fans: It's gameday.

But if you need more motivation this Saturday morning, check out these hype videos to get you pumped for the slate of games during Week 3.

No. 15 Ole Miss travels to Tuscaloosa for a SEC West showdown with No. 2 Alabama at 9:15 ET on ESPN. The Rebels aim to make it two-in-a-row against the Crimson Tide after a 23-17 upset last year, which resulted in Ole Miss fans tearing down the goal posts and carrying them throughout Oxford.

Miami hosts old foe Nebraska at 3:30 ET today at Sun Life Stadium and this game comes with a sense of nostalgia considering the history between the two teams. Plus, both Miami and Nebraska will be wearing some sleek football cleats.

If the classic hype videos aren't enough, Texas A&M gives fans a first-hand look at the entrance to Kyle Field, which recently underwent major upgrades to become the largest in the SEC.

Follow NCAA.com for all the action on another busy college football Saturday.

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