Important Fan Info For Egg Bowl Weekend



Nov. 20, 2012

OXFORD, Miss. – As Ole Miss welcomes rival Mississippi State to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Saturday, fans should be aware of new tailgating and existing stadium policies that will help make for an exciting gameday atmosphere.

Kickoff of the Egg Bowl, which is televised by ESPNU, is set for 6 p.m. CT, and the official fan color of the game is navy. The South parking lot opens at 10 a.m. (shuttling at 11 a.m.), and the Rebels’ traditional walk through The Grove will be at 4 p.m.

Stadium gates will open at 3:30 p.m. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to avoid long lines, which could be slowed by increased screening.


Tickets for the game remain on sale, and options include individual tickets (sideline, south endzone) for $75, Family Packs (includes $50 Rebel Bucks) for $300 and buy-one-get-one-free tickets for the north endzone for $75.

Tickets may be purchased online while available through gameday at the ticket site. Orders may also be made through Wednesday at noon by calling 888-REB-TKTS or visiting the Ole Miss Athletics Ticket Office located at Tad Smith Coliseum.

The Gameday Ticket Office is located between the Starnes Center and Athletics Administration building on All-American Drive. Tickets can be paid for with cash, VISA, MasterCard, or check. Cashier windows will open at 3 p.m. and remain open until halftime.


The University of Mississippi campus will open at noon Friday for tailgating setup. Fans should be mindful that the university is not responsible for any property left unattended on campus. Click here for tailgating information.


Per the SEC's Artificial Noisemaker Policy, cow bells are strictly prohibited in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.  Fans will be asked to return prohibited items to their cars before entering the stadium.

In the event that cow bells are smuggled inside the stadium, please report the section, row and seat number to the nearest UPD officer or usher. You can also send a text to 69050 with the message: “Rebs cowbell [insert section and row]”. Click here for other stadium policies. 


At 5:40 p.m. on Saturday, senior ceremonies will be held on the field. Members of this year's Rebel senior class participating include: TE Ferbia Allen, P Jim Broadway, OL Terrell Brown, DB Tanner Burns, DE E.J. Epperson, LB Aaron Garbutt, OL Chris Gill, DT Uriah Grant, TE H.R. Greer, OL A.J. Hawkins, DB Kyle Horine, DE Jason Jones, LB Joel Kight, LB Josh Lancaster, ATH Randall Mackey, TE Jamal Mosley, DB Ivan Nicholas, DT Gilbert Pena, DB Wesley Pendleton, K Bryson Rose, RB Devin Thomas and DL Taurus Ward.

For all other information regarding Saturday's game, visit

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