OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss women’s basketball team will have five SEC games televised this season the league office announced today. In, addition, all 13 SEC Tournament games will be televised.
“The opportunity to showcase our program and university to a regional and national audience is a great opportunity to show the country what a special place we have here in Oxford, Miss.,” first-year head coach Adrian Wiggins said.
The Rebels will have four television games at home, including a nationally-televised game against Vanderbilt on January 6 on ESPNU. Other Ole Miss home games to be televised include: January 13 vs. Alabama on SportsSouth; February 17 vs. South Carolina on the SEC Network and February 24 vs. Georgia on CSS.
The team’s road game at Florida on January 24 will be televised on CSS. To see the complete SEC television schedule, click here. Additional TV games could be announced by the individual SEC institutions at a later date.
Ole Miss Regular Season Television Schedule: Jan. 6 vs. Vanderbilt 2:30 p.m. CT ESPNU Jan. 13 vs. Alabama 1:30 p.m. CT SPSO Jan. 24 at Florida 6 p.m. CT CSS Feb. 17 vs. South Carolina 1 p.m. CT SEC Network Feb. 24 vs. Georgia 1 p.m. CT CSS
--The Ole Miss women’s basketball team will open the regular season on November 9 with a 5:30 p.m. game against SELA at the Tad Smith Coliseum. Season tickets are just $65 while single-game tickets are $5 a game. Click here for more information. --
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