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OLE MISS REBELS FOOTBALL OVERVIEW

The Ole Miss Rebels are one of the oldest and most historic football programs in the SEC and in all of college football. The early years of the program saw a lot of winning seasons before there was a slight drop off in the program. But over the past few seasons, the Ole Miss Rebels have been revived and had are back to having winning seasons and going to bowl games under head coach Hugh Freeze. With the competitive SEC, the Rebels need to show up every time they have a game and the program looks to be heading in the right direction and could be one of the best teams in the SEC.



The Ole Miss Rebels football program had its beginning in 1890 when Dr. A.L. Bondurant introduced the game to the university and would eventually be the head coach of the program until 1894. The program continued to have success but couldn’t consistently field teams for the university due to the different involvements with wars and not having the numbers to field a team. The Rebels remained a fairly consistent football program in the SEC but really started to burst into the national scene with the hiring of head coach John Vaught. Coach Vaught was an assistant coach for Ole Miss before being promoted to head coach. Vaught coached from 1947-1970 and helped bring the program into the national spotlight because of the massive amount of success that he brought to the program. Vaught led Ole Miss to 3 National Championship wins (1959, 1960, and 1962) which would be the only National Championships in program history. Vaught had a final overall record of 190-61 with 6 SEC Championships, 18 bowl game appearances, 10 bowl game wins, and 21 winning seasons. Vaught was also a 6 time SEC Coach of the Year winner and coached some of the best players to ever come through Ole Miss. Vaught resigned in 1970 due to health problems. Replacing Vaught would be a tough task that would be assigned to Billy Kinard who played his college days for Ole Miss. Kinard would struggle and would only coach from 1971-1973 and would be fired after a tough start to his 3rd season, Kinard was 16-9 in his 3 seasons. Ole Miss would see two more head coaches from 1974-1982, both of which had losing records in their short time as head coach. Ken Cooper coached from 1974-1977 having a record of just 21-23. Steve Sloan coached from 1978-1982 and had an overall record of 20-34. Ole Miss then to a former Rebel player, Billy Brewer, who was hired to be head coach in 1983 after coaching at Louisiana Tech. The Rebels would have up and down years over the time Brewer was head coach which was from 1983-1993. Brewer had an overall record of 68-55 and had 5 bowl game appearances with 3 bowl game wins. Although Brewer had a decent amount of success with Ole Miss, he was fired in 1993 for NCAA violations and unethical conduct. Current University of Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville would be the next coach of Ole Miss and was hired in 1995. Tuberville would only coach until 1998 and would finish with an overall record of 25-20 with 1 bowl game win before leaving the program to coach at Auburn.

The next Ole Miss head coach would be David Cutcliffe who would help the Ole Miss program excel. Cutcliffe had previously been the offensive coordinator at Tennessee and had coached the legendary QB, Peyton Manning while in Knoxville. Cutcliffe would have a good amount of success with Ole Miss going 44-29 from 1998-2004. He would lead the Rebels to 5 bowl game appearances, 4 bowl game wins, and 6 winning seasons. Cutcliffe was named SEC Coach of the Year in 2003. In 2004, Cutcliffe was fired from being head coach after a disagreement over the employment of his assistant coaches. The Ole Miss program then hired Ed Orgeron to be the next head coach. The program really struggled under Orgeron and went 10-25 from 2005-2007 before being was fired. The next head coach for Ole Miss was Houston Nutt who had a great start to his coaching career with Ole Miss in 2008. In 2008 and 2009, the Rebels went 9-4 in both seasons and also won the Cotton Bowl in both seasons. But, Nutt and the Rebels struggled his final 2 seasons as head coach in 2010 and 2011 only winning 6 games before he would resign. In 2011, current head coach Hugh Freeze was hired to be head coach after he had previously been the head coach at Arkansas State. Freeze has steadily improved his record each season since 2011 and currently has a 34-18 record with 4 bowl game appearances and 3 bowl game wins. Freeze looks to continue to bring success to the Ole Miss program and make them a power in the SEC.

The Ole Miss Rebels have one of the oldest football programs in the country and has seen a lot of great players in the past. Numerous All Americans and future NFL stars had their start playing for the Ole Miss Rebels. Some of the best players to play for Ole Miss include: Archie Manning, Eli Manning, Patrick Willis, Michael Oher, Mike Wallace, Charlie Conerly, Charlie Flowers, Laquon Treadwell, Deuce McAllister, and many more. With the Ole Miss program on the rise, they will continue to attract some of the best players in the country to play for their talented SEC program.

With the steady improvement of the Ole Miss program under head coach Hugh Freeze, it won’t be a surprise if they turn out to be a power in the SEC and college football world in a short period of time. The consistent improvement is a must when playing in the SEC and the Ole Miss Rebels and coach Freeze have their eyes on a National Title.

OLE MISS REBELS FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION

The Ole Miss Rebels play their home games at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium where Ole Miss fans flock to see some great SEC football. The Ole Miss fans show out for their team each season at each game and provide an electric football atmosphere which is expected in the SEC. Ole Miss games are often difficult to find cheap tickets to so when looking for Ole Miss Rebels Football tickets check out Rukkus!

Ole Miss Rebels Football Lineup

  • Laquon Treadwell
  • DeVante Kincade
  • Kailo Moore
  • Tee Shepard
  • C.J. Hampton
  • Damore'ea Stringfellow
  • Denzel Nkemdiche
  • I'Tavius Mathers
  • Robert Nkemdiche
  • Cliff Coleman
  • Jaylen Walton
  • Mark Dodson
  • Trae Elston
  • Quincy Adeboyejo
  • Chief Brown
  • Ryan Buchanan
  • Breeland Speaks
  • C.J. Johnson
  • Vince Sanders
  • Will Easter
  • Markell Pack
  • Channing Ward
  • Tony Conner
  • Sammie Epps
  • Anthony Alford
  • Eugene Brazley
  • Serderius Bryant
  • Bo Wallace
  • Jeremy Liggins
  • Kendarius Webster
  • Drew Davis
  • Collins Moore
  • Evan Engram
  • Victor Evans
  • Kendrick Doss
  • Derrick Jones
  • Christian Russell
  • Senquez Golson
  • Darrius Henderson
  • Akeem Judd
  • Ray Ray Smith
  • Jordan Wilkins
  • Carlos Davis
  • Tayler Polk
  • Keith Lewis
  • Cody Prewitt
  • Quintavius Burdette
  • C.J. Moore
  • Marquis Haynes
  • Cale Luke
  • Mike Hilton
  • LaKedrick King
  • Brandon Bell
  • David Kamara
  • A.J. Moore
  • Justin Anderson
  • DeMarquis Gates
  • Temario Strong
  • John-Patrick Sherling
  • Nathan Vanderburg
  • Nicholas Parker
  • D.K. Buford
  • Josh Johnson
  • Luke Davis
  • Deterrian Shackelford
  • Martin Johnson
  • Josh Gregory
  • Billy Busch
  • Garrald McDowell
  • Matt Greer
  • Ty Quick
  • Charlie Scott
  • Lavon Hooks
  • John Youngblood
  • Carlton Martin
  • Sean Rawlings
  • Walker Sturgeon
  • Davion Johnson
  • Jack Raborn
  • Will Few
  • Carlos Thompson
  • Craig Frigo
  • Woodrow Hamilton
  • Chadwick Lamar
  • Kyle Wilson
  • Will Denny
  • Ben Still
  • Chase Hughes
  • Justin Bell
  • Jordan Sims
  • Christian Morris
  • Aaron Morris
  • Rod Taylor
  • Fahn Cooper
  • Robert Conyers
  • Daronte Bouldin
  • Talbot Buys
  • Tyler Putman
  • Laremy Tunsil
  • Elliot Markuson
  • Trey Bledsoe
  • Johnathan Ratliffe
  • Dylan Dyer
  • Dayall Harris
  • Hunter Thurley
  • David Gobbell
  • Alex Weber
  • Jordan Gallegos
  • Matt Brown
  • Cody Core
  • John Ratliff
  • Taz Zettergren
  • Fadol Brown
  • Nathan Noble
  • Andy Pappanastos
  • Andrew Fletcher
  • Will Gleeson
  • Issac Gross
  • Bryon Bennett
  • Kyle Fowler
  • Gary Wunderlich
  • Grant Warren
  • Herbert Moore

Todays Ole Miss Rebels Football Tickets

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Ole Miss Rebels Football Ticket Prices

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High: $164.00

Cheap Ole Miss Rebels Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Ole Miss Rebels at Florida Gators Basketball — 02/12/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$2.00 Georgia State Panthers at Ole Miss Rebels Basketball — 11/25/2015
Tad Smith Coliseum; University, MS
$3.00 Northwestern State Demons at Ole Miss Rebels Basketball — 11/13/2015
Tad Smith Coliseum; University, MS
$3.00 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at Ole Miss Rebels Basketball — 12/15/2015
Tad Smith Coliseum; University, MS
$3.00 Ole Miss Rebels at Oregon Ducks Basketball — 12/07/2014
Matthew Knight Arena; Eugene, OR
$3.00 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers at Ole Miss Rebels Basketball — 12/18/2014
Tad Smith Coliseum; University, MS
$3.00 Ole Miss Rebels at Florida Gators Basketball — 02/09/2016
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$3.00 Southern Jaguars at Ole Miss Rebels Basketball — 11/20/2014
Tad Smith Coliseum; University, MS
$3.00 Presbyterian Blue Hose at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 11/08/2014
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$4.00 Tennessee Martin Skyhawks at Ole Miss Rebels Baseball — 04/15/2015
Swayze Field; University, MS

Best and Most Expensive Ole Miss Rebels Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$222.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 10/04/2014
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$164.00Ole Miss Rebels at Mississippi State Bulldogs Football — 11/28/2015
Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field; Mississippi State, MS
$164.00Alabama Crimson Tide at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 09/17/2016
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$146.00Ole Miss Rebels at Alabama Crimson Tide Football — 09/19/2015
Bryant Denny Stadium; Tuscaloosa, AL
$140.00Mississippi State Bulldogs at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 11/29/2014
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$133.00Ole Miss Rebels at Texas A&M Aggies Football — 10/11/2014
Kyle Field; College Station, TX
$131.00Georgia Bulldogs at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 09/24/2016
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
$127.00Arkansas Razorbacks at Ole Miss Rebels Basketball — 02/13/2016
Tad Smith Coliseum; University, MS
$106.00Ole Miss Rebels at Texas A&M Aggies Baseball — 05/21/2016
Olsen Field; College Station, TX
$105.00Tennessee Volunteers at Ole Miss Rebels Football — 10/18/2014
Vaught Hemingway Stadium; University, MS
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