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Alabama's first true road test of the year will take place just over a month into the 2014 season when the Crimson Tide travels to Oxford on Oct. 4 to take on SEC foe, Ole Miss. Historically, the Rebels have struggled against Alabama, having not won since 2003, though on the plus side, the program's last two wins over the Crimson Tide have taken place inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. For Ole Miss, the contest will close out a three-game homestand and will mark the first SEC showdown in Oxford in 2014, while for Alabama, the matchup will launch a two-game road trip to open October.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Seating Information
Check out the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium seating map on this page to view open areas available for Alabama vs Ole Miss football. Horseshoe in shape, the venue is broken down into different tiers including Sideline Sections B-H and L-R, Corner Sections A, J, K, and S, S1, S2, S10, and S11, Lower Endzone Sections S3-S9, and North Endzone Sections 101-106. Following a row of 100 Level seating behind the Lower Endzone, you'll find areas designated as the South Zone Club and South Suites, whole West Skyboxes and the Rebel Club can be found on the sides of the stadium. Additionally, two separate sections called Chairbacks are located behind each team's respective sideline. The Rebels are usually stationed near Sections B-H, while the Crimson Tide bench will likely be in front of Sections L-R.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium General Information
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium prohibits fans from bringing to games strollers, umbrellas, large stadium seat cushions and bags, noisemakers, folding chairs, coolers, and outside food and drink (including alcohol). The campus is entirely smoke-free, including inside the stadium. All fans are expected to abide by venue rules and to demonstrate appropriate behavior and language at all times.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Parking Information
In order to make arriving at Ole Miss vs Alabama as smooth an experience as possible, all guests must present a season or single-game pass to enter campus. Some parking passes may be available for sale in the marketplace ahead of the game. The main series of lots, called Grove Society Parking, is managed by the alumni association, and on game day, can only be accessed from University Avenue. Other parking lots are available throughout campus. RVs and motorhomes can park in the South Lot but must show the proper permit.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Gate Times
Stadium gates usually open two hours before kickoff, but this is subject to change for Ole Miss-Alabama on Oct. 4.