Ole Miss will host Alabama in a television match on Sunday, October 27 at 1 p.m.
Aug 14, 2013
OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss soccer team will be featured on Fox Sports Net this season when the Rebels host Alabama, the Southeastern Conference announced with the release of the 2013 television schedule on Wednesday.
The match, scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 27, will begin at 1 p.m. at the Ole Miss Soccer Stadium. It is the fifth straight season for the Rebels to play on television at home. Last season, the Ole Miss hosted Tennessee in a match televised by Fox Sports.
“We’re certainly excited anytime we get to play on television,” said Ole Miss head coach Matt Mott. “Anytime you get to play in front of a national audience, it’s important for your program. We’re glad to get a chance to show more people what Ole Miss Soccer is all about and show the support we have here from the Rebel Nation and the Oxford community.”
The match against Alabama will also be available on ESPN3.com and WatchESPN, but are subject to territory blackouts.
This marks the fifth year of the SEC’s television contract which gives SEC soccer teams some of the highest television exposure on a national level. Matches will be televised across three different networks, including ESPNU, Fox Sports and CSS.
A total of 15 matches will be broadcast from the league this year, culminating with the Southeastern Conference Tournament championship game will be televised by ESPNU on Sunday, Nov. 10.
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