Breaking Down The 2015 Ole Miss Football Schedule

Thanks to college football’s best scoring defense, the 2014 Ole Miss Rebels finished the season with a 9-4 record and spent nearly the entire season in the SEC West division race. Ole Miss earned a signature victory by knocking off Alabama, 23-17 at home. Prior to this victory, the Rebels had lost ten straight games to Alabama, so this was one of the biggest wins in its program’s history. Ole Miss also won the annual Egg Bowl by defeating Mississippi State, 31-17. Ole Miss traveled to Atlanta for the Peach Bowl, but were dismantled by TCU, 42-3. Feeling snubbed from the College Football Playoff, TCU dismantled Ole Miss in every aspect. It was a disappointing final act for senior quarterback, Bo Wallace, but his wins over Alabama and Mississippi State will be remembered.

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With head coach Hugh Freeze returning, the defense is in good hands. Ole Miss will lose All-American safety Cody Prewitt, but its defensive line and linebacking corps is comprised of young, talented players. The offense, however, will need to find a replacement for Wallace. Wallace was a three-year starter and will need to find a reliable running back to anchor its rushing attack. Ole Miss had the 19th-best recruiting class, which included 22 signees. The SEC West should once again be the most competitive division in college football, so Ole Miss must replenish its roster quickly.

The average price on the secondary market for Ole Miss football tickets is $138.24. The most most expensive home game will be a November 21 game against LSU. The current average price of the home finale is $218.93 with a get-in price of $87.

An overview of Ole Miss’ 2015 schedule, which includes games at Mississippi State and at Auburn, is presented below:

  • 9/5: vs. UT Martin

  • 9/12: vs. Fresno State

  • 9/19: at Alabama

  • 9/26: Vanderbilt

  • 10/3: at Florida

  • 10/10: vs. New Mexico State

  • 10/17: at Memphis

  • 10/24: vs. Texas A&M

  • 10/31: at Auburn

  • 11/7: vs. Arkansas

  • 11/21: vs. LSU

  • 11/28: at Mississippi State

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