Aug. 15, 2014
OXFORD, Miss. - Ole Miss finalized its 2014-15 schedule Friday, as the Southeastern Conference office announced the 2015 league slate.
The Rebels will play five home-and-home games, four home games and four road games as part of the 18-game league schedule. Ole Miss' five home-and-home opponents this season are Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Mississippi State, with all 18 league games televised as part of the SEC's TV contract with ESPN.
Ole Miss opens SEC play on the road for the 13th time in the last 17 years Jan. 6 at Kentucky (SEC Network, 6 p.m.). The Rebels open home SEC action Jan. 10 against South Carolina (FSN, TBD) before hosting the LSU Tigers on Jan. 14 (SEC Network, 6 p.m.).
Back-to-back road games at Arkansas on Jan. 17 (ESPNU, TBD) and at Georgia on Jan. 20 (SEC Network, 6 p.m.) are up next before the Rebels host Florida on Jan. 24 (SEC Network, TBD) and Mississippi State on Jan. 28 (SEC Network, 8 p.m.) at home. Ole Miss closes out the month of January at Missouri on Jan. 31 (FSN, TBD) and opens February versus Texas A&M on Feb. 4 (SEC Network, 6 p.m.).
The Rebels hit the road for three of their next four games at Auburn on Feb. 7 (SEC Network, TBD), at Florida on Feb. 12 (ESPN/2, 6 p.m.) and at Mississippi State on Feb. 19 (ESPN/2, 8 p.m.) with a Feb. 14 home contest versus Arkansas (SEC Network, TBD) in-between. Ole Miss will host Tennessee on Feb. 21 (ESPNU, TBD) and Georgia on Feb. 25 (SEC Network, 8 p.m.) before closing out the month on the road at LSU on Feb. 28 (FSN, TBD).
Ole Miss opens March on the road at Alabama on March 3 (SEC Network, 6 p.m.) before the regular-season finale at home March 7 against Vanderbilt (SEC Network, TBD). The SEC Tournament will be held in Nashville, Tennessee, March 11-15.
The Rebels' non-conference slate includes games with NCAA Tournament teams Creighton, Coastal Carolina, Dayton, Oregon and a possible matchup against Cincinnati.
Ole Miss opens the 2014-15 season at home Nov. 14 against Charleston Southern before hitting the road for a game at Troy on Nov. 17.
The Rebels will host a pair of games against Southern (Nov. 20) and Northern Arizona (Nov. 23) as part of the inaugural 2014 Emerald Coast Classic, before traveling to Niceville, Florida, to face Creighton in the semifinals Nov. 28. A finals matchup versus Cincinnati or Middle Tennessee awaits the Rebels the next day.
Ole Miss will return home Dec. 4 to host TCU in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge before hitting the road again for a cross-country game at Oregon on Dec. 7. The Rebels host a pair of games at the Tad Pad versus Western Kentucky (Dec. 13) and Coastal Carolina (Dec. 18), followed by a neutral site game in Southaven, Mississippi, against Southeast Missouri (Dec. 22).
Following a nine-day holiday break, the Rebels travel to Dayton on Dec. 30 to face the Flyers, who advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight a year ago, before wrapping up the non-conference portion of their schedule Jan. 3 at home against Austin Peay.
Season tickets are on sale now and packages begin at just $225 for 16 home games including nine SEC contests. Fans can purchase season tickets at OleMissTix.com. For more information on a payment plan option, please call the Ole Miss Ticket Office at (662) 915-7167 or1-888-732-8587.
2014-15 Ole Miss Schedule
Nov. 14 Charleston Southern
Nov. 17 at Troy
Nov. 20 Southern (Emerald Coast Classic)
Nov. 23 Northern Arizona (Emerald Coast Classic)
Nov. 28 vs. Creighton (Niceville, Fla.) (Emerald Coast Classic)
Nov. 29 vs. Cincinnati or Middle Tennessee (Niceville, Fla.) (Emerald Coast Classic)
Dec. 4 TCU (SEC/Big 12 Challenge)
Dec. 7 at Oregon
Dec. 13 Western Kentucky
Dec. 18 Coastal Carolina
Dec. 22 vs. Southeast Missouri (Southaven, Miss.)
Dec. 30 at Dayton
Jan. 3 Austin Peay
Jan. 6 at Kentucky
Jan. 10 South Carolina
Jan. 14 LSU
Jan. 17 at Arkansas
Jan. 20 at Georgia
Jan. 24 Florida
Jan. 28 Mississippi State
Jan. 31 at Missouri
Feb. 4 Texas A&M
Feb. 7 at Auburn
Feb. 12 at Florida
Feb. 14 Arkansas
Feb. 19 at Mississippi State
Feb. 21 Tennessee
Feb. 25 Georgia
Feb. 28 at LSU
March 3 at Alabama
March 7 Vanderbilt
March 11-15 SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.)