OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss Rebels will play 32 home games as part of a schedule that features six series against NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago it was announced with the release of the 2014 schedule Wednesday.
The 2014 season, which opens Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, will see the Rebels take to the road for 24 contests.
Ole Miss opens the season with a three-game series at Stetson (Feb. 14-16) before returning home to play a 13-game home stand that includes games against UT-martin (Feb. 19), Georgia State (Feb. 21-23), Louisiana-Monroe (Feb. 25-26), UCF (Feb. 28-Mar.2), Memphis (Mar. 5) and UALR (Mar. 7-9).
The Rebels will then go on the road for a pair of games at Southeastern Louisiana (Mar. 11-12) before opening Southeastern Conference play.
The Rebels open conference play at South Carolina (March 14-16) as one of five series played on the road against SEC foes. Other road SEC series include games at Alabama (March 28-30), at Mississippi State (April 11-13), at Kentucky (April 25-27) and at Texas A&M (May 15-17).
Ole Miss will also host five SEC series, including games against Missouri (March 21-23), Auburn (April 4-6), LSU (April 18-20), Arkansas (May 2-4) and Georgia (May -10). The weekend series against Auburn will be a part of the annual Grove Bowl weekend in Oxford.
The Rebels will also play a home-and-home contest against Arkansas State (March 19 in Oxford; May 13 in Jonesboro), and mid-week home games against UAPB (April 2), Murray State (April 9) and Southern Miss (April 30).
The 2014 schedule also includes neutral site contests at Trustmark Park against Southern Miss (March 25) and the annual Governor’s Cup game against Mississippi State (April 22).
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