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Mississippi Rebels Football 2015 News and Updates
12/3/14 - After an embarrassing 0-30 loss to Arkansas, Mississippi Rebels football bounced back with a stunning upset win against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the final week of regular season play. Ole Miss lost 3 games in the 2014 season against LSU, Auburn, and Arkansas. However, the heated in-state rivalry game, the Egg Bowl, proved to offer redemption for the Rebels. Ole Miss celebrated the Egg Bowl victory gleefully, and the consolation prize of ruining the inaugural college playoff hopes of its in-state rival. Ole Miss achieved two upsets of top nationally ranked teams in the 2014 season, reshaping the configuration of the national rankings twice. Ole Miss will likely appear in a post-season bowl game, and is already looking to build upon this season’s success to raise the profile of college football in Mississippi even further.
11/26/14 - One of the better teams in the SEC West division is the Mississippi Rebels. Currently, they are sporting a record of 8-2, and are the 8th ranked team in the nation right now. Their latest victory over Presbyterian was a complete shut out, with a final score of 48-0. A huge reason for their success was because of receiver Vince Sanders. He ended up getting 110 yards and had 2 touchdowns. It’s this type of dynamic play that makes Ole Miss competitive with any team in college football. Up next for them is a game against Arkansas. They are favored to win, and tickets for the game can be bought right now. The starting price is a low $19.
11/21/14 - The Mississippi Rebels currently have an overall record of 8-2, and are 4-2 in the SEC. Currently, they are the 10th ranked team in the nation, and they proved how dominate they can be on the offensive end last weekend. Against Presbyterian, they ended up winning with a final score of 48-0. Their rushing attack looked great throughout the game. Running back Jordan Wilkins went on to rush for 170 yards and had 1 touchdown. Quarterback Bo Wallace also had a great game, throwing for 140 yards with 2 touchdowns. Their defense was stellar, preventing their opponent from scoring once. They will need the same type of stifling defense next weekend in order to come out the victor. Up next for them is a great game against Arkansas. They are heavily favored, but will still need to look sharp. Tickets for next weekend’s game can be bought now, which start out as low as $33.
11/12/14 - The Mississippi Rebels Football team trounced the Presbyterian Blue Hose in last Saturday’s game with a final score of 0-48. The Ole Miss Rebels are 8-2, for a 4th place record in the West Division. They travel to Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville to face the Arkansas Razorbacks. Ole Miss ranks #11 in the College Football Playoff Rankings, and #10 in the AP top 25 and Coaches’ Poll. The Ole Miss/Arkansas rivalry dates back to 1908, and since 1981 have played each other every year. Arkansas leads the series, including two wins in postseason play, the 1963 and 1970 Sugar Bowls. Ole Miss won the 2012 and 2013 games, so Arkansas will be looking for revenge. Get your tickets now for this annual rivalry and see who wins!
11/5/14 - At the beginning of the season the Mississippi Rebels were conquering, entering the AP top 10 for the first time in five years. This acclaim was thanks in part to their quarterback Bo Wallace and his 7,085 total yards of offense, as well as Robert Nkemdiche's powerful defensive force. However, the team hit a bit of a stumbling block with their close loss to the Auburn Tigers at 35-31. Now it is time to see if they can come back from this rough patch. The Rebels stand at 7-2 and are in the top 15 national ranking, so the players should have plenty of confidence to draw upon when the time comes. Cheer them on and watch the comeback happen live with tickets to their next game.
10/29/14 - In the murderer’s row that is the SEC West, your Ole Miss Rebels have struggled in the last couple of weeks with heart wrenching losses against #24 LSU and #3 Auburn. Though the losses sting, the Rebels aren’t yet out of the hunt for the SEC West title. Come out to Vaught Hemingway Stadium to show your support for Mississippi Rebels Football as the Rebels try to get back on the right track. With home games remaining against Presbyterian and hated rival #1 Mississippi State, your Rebels can finish the season with a flourish and make their case for inclusion in the inaugural College Football Playoff. With tickets starting at $11 for Presbyterian and $170 for the highly anticipated season finale against State, Razorgator is the place to get tickets to Mississippi Rebels Football action.
9/18/14 - Ole Miss has a lot to feel good about heading into Week 4 of College Football play. The No. 14 Rebels are 3-0 on the year, having outscored opponents 132-31, with resounding triumphs over Boise State, Vanderbilt (conference) and Louisiana-Lafayette. Thanks to their consecutive blowout victories, Mississippi cracked the AP’s Top 10 for the first time in five years. Ole Miss will enjoy their bye week, before coming back to face a tough slate of adversaries, including No. 3 Alabama, No. 6 Texas A&M, Tennessee, LSU and Auburn. Anyone who gets their hands on Mississippi Rebels Football tickets are in for a wild ride as the school tackles this exhilarating upcoming stretch. The Rebels return on 9/27 to face the Memphis Tigers at home; get-in for just $24.
7/20/14 – Mississippi Rebels Football has split its last four season openers, and this year they’ll have the opportunity to tip the scales in the right direction. The Rebels’ stout defense will pose a formidable force against the Boise State Broncos for their Week 1 matchup. Not to mention, Ole Miss will be led by quarterback Bo Wallace, who’s racked up 7,085 yards of total offense. Get a jump-start on this winning season with Boise State vs. Mississippi Rebels Football tickets on Aug. 28; pay just $59 to get-in at the Georgia Dome.
6/26/14 - The Mississippi Rebels are welcoming the one-time 51st ranked football prospect in the country! Touted wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow was suspended from Washington and opted a transfer to Nebraska; after visiting the Ole Miss campus this week, however, the player will officially become a Rebel! Stringfellow will try and kick-start Mississippi's year in their huge Sept 6 tilt against Vanderbilt. Last season, Ole Miss snatched victory out of the Commodore's hands, winning 39-35. The epically exciting game saw numerous lead changes, but Vanderbilt was ultimately snuffed out, thanks to RB Jeff Scott's 75-yard touchdown run. Score Mississippi Rebels football tickets now and see if the squad can pull a repeat! Get into this long-time SEC rivalry bout for a mere $42.
6/16/14 - Ole Miss Football heads into the 2014 season with favored preseason All-SEC team quarterback, Bo Wallace. After all, no other starter in the conference matches Wallace’s numbers from last year, with Nick Marshall of Auburn cutting it the closest. With the departure of college football's biggest names under center to the pros, 2014 is the time to shine for the Rebel signal caller. Can Wallace become the first quarterback from Mississippi State to lead the SEC in passing since Eli Manning? Buy your Mississippi Rebels Football tickets now to find out!
6/5/14 - Mississippi Rebels football tickets on the road are more than twice the cost of Rebels tickets at home! Score a great deal when you watch Ole Miss at Vaught Hemingway Stadium as Mississippi prices average $87. No game in Oxford is more expensive the season opener against Boise State at the Georgia Dome. Boise State Broncos vs. Mississippi Rebels tickets are an average $168 on Aug. 28. The priciest matchup in Mississippi is (no surprise) against the Alabama Crimson Tide (avg. $180). You won’t pay an arm and a leg for Ole Miss tickets to watch the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns or Presbyterian Blue Hose as Mississippi Rebels tickets are averaging less than $30 for each!
5/27/14 – The SEC recently announced the rotating schedule of non-division opponents for every team in the Conference through 2025. Ole Miss’ football schedule includes Tennessee (2014), Florida (2015), Georgia (2016), Kentucky (2017), South Carolina (2018), and Missouri (2019) for the next six years. Permanent conference opponents this season include Alabama (avg. $184), Auburn (avg. $126), and Mississippi State (avg. $114) at home and Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt on the road. The Crimson Tide roll into Oxford with the most expensive Mississippi Rebels tickets but the season-opener at the Georgia Dome against Boise State is a close second (avg. $180). The cheapest games on the Rebels schedule? A November 8 meeting with the Presbyterian Blue Hose (avg. $28) and a mid-September matchup with the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns (avg. $30).
5/9/14 – Ole Miss opens the 2014 season with a bang – facing Boise State at the Georgia Dome in the most expensive game on the Mississippi Rebels football schedule. The Chick-fil-A kickoff game is averaging $222 and is the first of two matchups taking place at the venue that weekend. Considering Ole Miss is projected to be one of the SEC’s top teams behind a highly touted recruiting class in 2013 and quarterback Bo Wallace, Rebels football tickets are relatively cheap. After the Thursday night start, Ole Miss tickets in Oxford average $95 with the priciest matches against Alabama (avg. $193) and Auburn (avg. $135). Don’t miss Wallace’s last season as a Rebel, get your Mississippi Rebels football tickets today!
2/4/14 - The Mississippi Rebels ended 2013 on a high note, partaking in the Music City Bowl where they defeated Georgia Tech to secure an 8-5 record (3-5 SEC). Ole Miss will say goodbye to several players for this year’s NFL Draft: star WR Donte Moncrief (first-round projection) will forgo his senior year, WR/RB Randall Mackey, DT Gilbert Pena, CB Wesley Pendleton, RG A.J. Hawkins, and DE Jason Jones are all looking for name-calls as Radio City. Looking to build upon last season’s momentum, Ole Miss scored 23 total commits, including five 4-star prospects, and they could still add a few more names tomorrow for National Signing Day. This low-key No.13 class is a sharp contrast to last year’s loud offseason (a full recruiting class ranked No. 8), regardless, coach Freeze has quietly been putting the pieces together for a deeper O-line to bolster returning junior QB “Dr.Bo” Wallace.
The Mississippi Rebels kicked off fall training camp and the buzz on this team continues to build with each passing day. Ole Miss does in fact have the conference’s most experienced quarterback at the helm, in Bo Wallace—not to mention, the Rebels retuned 16 starters from last year’s lucrative campaign to camp. A rebellion is brewing in the SEC and it’s set to blow in less than 30 days—get your Mississippi Rebels Football tickets now! Attend the Aug. 28 season opener at the Georgia Dome when Ole Miss takes on Boise State.
10/30/13 – After a three-game losing streak to Alabama, Auburn, and Texas A&M, Ole Miss capped off a day of SEC upsets by beating No. 6 LSU Tigers at home with a 41-yard, game-winning field goal as the clock ran down. The Rebels made it two in a row in Oxford after defeating Iowa last weekend; now 2-3 in Conference play, Mississippi has the toughest part of their schedule behind them. Up next, the Rebels will play three straight games at Vaught Hemingway Stadium before its regular season finale in the Battle for the Golden Egg. Surprisingly, the game against the Arkansas Razorbacks is more costly than that against No. 9 Missouri Tigers.
9/4/13 - Playing in the most difficult division in the strongest conference in college football, Ole Miss has a tough road in 2013. After just gaining bowl eligibility in the final game of the 2012 season, coach Hugh Freeze hopes for improvement. The Rebels started their season strong, with a comeback road victory over Vanderbilt in the first SEC game of the year. The Rebels boast one of their most highly touted freshman classes ever, featuring the #1 player nationwide in the Class of 2013, defensive end Robert Nkemdiche. If the young, talented Rebels mature quickly, they’ll be able to compete with the several highly-ranked teams on the schedule.
The average price for the seven home games at Vaught Hemingway Stadium in 2013 is $67. The schedule is highlighted by a visit from Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies. The 10/12 matchup is averaging $154 and is the most expensive home game of the season. Averaging just $25, the 11/16 game against Troy is the least expensive. This year’s Egg Bowl against Mississippi State will be held on Thanksgiving night, 11/28 at Scott Field in Starkville and is averaging $112. The Rebels travel to take on the 2-time defending BCS Champion Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa on 9/28. The game against Alabama is averaging $195, more than any other Ole Miss game, home or away.