2014 Ole Miss Rebels Football Schedule
One look at the schedule this season and you'll see all types of opportunities
to come out and cheer on your favorite team, as the Ole Miss Rebels have a very strong fan base that is always in the middle
of one incredible atmosphere or another throughout the season. Be there for all for all of the spectacular catches, pinpoint
throws and nail-biting moments that you'll be talking about a long time after it's all over as the Rebels look to make their
move in the SEC, the conference routinely considered the very best in college football. After an exciting 2013 season in which
the Rebels brought home eight wins on the season, the Rebels and the fans know they can do even better in 2014, helping to
create quite the stir around Oxford.
The Ole Miss Rebels' football team plays its home games at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium,
a place that has been the perfect backdrop for some absolutely amazing Rebels games over the years. You never know what can
happen when the Rebels take to the field, and the biggest games will have 60,000 passionate fans providing an amazing home-field
advantage. Home matchups against Auburn (Nov. 1), Presbyterian (Nov. 8) and Mississippi State (Nov. 29) are sure to all have
a heart-pounding atmosphere that will speak for itself, as college tradition runs deep and game days are what it's all about
But you also don't want to limit yourself to the home games, as part of the fun of the schedule are the
various opportunities to head out and see the Rebels away from home. Imagine that the game is on the line and the Rebels are
digging in looking to make a big play, with the crowd hinging on every snap of the ball as the clock dwindles late in the
fourth quarter. As the Rebels look to silence the home crowd, it will be an amazing moment that you'll be buzzing about a
long time after it's all over. Home or away, the schedule is sure to have something for you, as this is a team that you'll
have to keep your eye on coming down the home stretch of the season.
Ole Miss Rebels Football Team Info
football legacy runs deep at the University of Mississippi thanks to a program that dates all the way back to the late 19th
century, giving fans some major thrills over the years as the Rebels have established their legacy of dominance. Many of their
best players go on to play in the NFL, including Super Bowl signal caller Eli Manning. The SEC is routinely considered the
cream of the crop when it comes to college football, and you'll understand first-hand what all the buzz is about if you get
out to see the Rebels do their thing. The conference seems to always be a step ahead when it comes to recruiting and the talent
in the conference is staggering, making for an exhilarating challenge every single season for the Rebels. But beating the
best of the best is also the point, as Rebels' fans wouldn't have it any other way as they look to continue making noise in
the ultra-competitive SEC.
NCAA Football Experience
Sports have shown the power to unite people of different
ages and backgrounds, where people are brought together for a few hours to cheer for their favorite athletes and teams. In
the South, football is king and college football teams are as big as any NFL squad, and it really all comes together in a
very big way every time that the Rebels hit the gridiron. The Southeast Conference is always the premier conference in the
country and game day is full of long held traditions for fans and alumni who attend the events, which makes the stadium the
only place to be if you're looking to see the big game the way it was supposed to be seen. When the game is up for grabs and
the Rebels are looking for a clutch play, it won't be hard to figure out what Ole Miss football is all about.
Miss Rebels Football History
Ole Miss Rebels football has been a tradition in University, Mississippi since 1890 and
generations have been raised to cheer on the blue and crimson. The Rebels have had some amazing seasons throughout the years,
their biggest coming in 1959, 1960 and 1962 when they won the National Championship. The Rebels have won more than a handful
of conference titles, and have played in more than 30 bowl games, winning more than 20 of those postseason contests. The Rebels
have also had some of the best players in the history of college football, but none more famous than the father-son duo of
Archie and Eli Manning, both of whom went on to play in the National Football League.
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The Rebels have had six first-round draft picks in the NFL since 2000. Can you name them?
are: Deuce McAllister, Eli Manning, Chris Spender, Patrick Willis, Michael Oher and Peria Jerry. 2009 was a particularly special
year for the Rebels, as both Oher and Jerry were drafted in the first round to mark the first year in program history that
Ole Miss Rebels Football Fans
On game day, Oxford, Mississippi and its surrounding communities
rally around this team, packing Vaught-Hemingway Stadium with 60,000 cheering fans. The SEC is known for having some of the
rowdiest and most intense fan bases in all of college football, and the Rebel fans are no different. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
has undergone some impressive renovations over the year, and provides one of the best game day experiences in all of college
football. Come Saturday, very few college stadiums can offer the intensity of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium as they cheer on their
beloved Rebels. Though we know the pros are great to watch too, there's something extra special about a sport when it's only
university pride on the line, and it won't take long for you to get completely hooked on the experience.