Alabama wide receiver ArDarius Stewart has become a big-play threat for Lane Kiffin's offense in 2016. The wide receiver averages more than 22 yards per reception and leads the team with 203 receiving yards through two games.

There will be plenty of eyes on the Crimson Tide's passing game when the team travels to Oxford for the first true road game of the year. Freshman quarterback Jalen Hurt will get his first taste of an SEC road environment on Saturday as Alabama looks to beat Ole Miss for the first time in three years.

Stewart said he isn't thinking about the revenge factor in the game. He's just taking it one game at a time like he does every week.

"It's just another game on the schedule," Stewart said. "Y'all can blow it up as much as they want to, but us as a team, we're just going to keep playing regardless."

Head coach Nick Saban hopes they play with more consistency than they've shown in the first two games. Stewart said the team has practice faster and been more focused through the week.

"I think we've done a great job. We've come out playing fast, getting the tempo down of the game and just coming out to execute."

The game kicks off at 2:30PM on CBS and Tide 102.9's pregame coverage begins at 9:30 AM from Orange Beach.