Buy your Ole Miss Rebels football tickets now and to prepare to sing the Rebel March with over 60,000 Ole Miss faithfuls inside legendary Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a school with more pride, passion, and tradition, so come experience the thrill of Ole Miss football live.
This college football season brings you a new opportunity to order Mississippi Rebels football tickets to catch the latest crew rule over other collegiate teams on the field. As long as you are there in the stands, each game will have special importance to you. Mississippi football tickets might be the most prized in the SEC and they always bring a talented squad to the stadium. The 2012 Ole Miss Rebels football schedule sets the team against respected teams like Auburn, Alabama, and Mississippi State and they could win all of the games. Anytime you can see your Rebels during a challenging season, cheap NCAA football tickets will be in high demand!
You can get hold of Rebels football tickets using only a few minutes of your time. If you are in the southeast to see a game, a Vaught-Hemingway Stadium seating chart will help you to imagine the layout of the stadium and make a seating choice. Ole Miss football tickets will make you the envy of everyone down in Oxford, Mississippi! Why just watch on TV when you could be there live for a clash in person and feel the raw power of this team? Your Mississippi Rebels football tickets will be shipped to you hassle-free in plenty of time for the game.
Mississippi Rebels Bowl Game Tickets
The minute NCAA bowl matches are decided you can be sure we’ll have bowl game tickets for you. And if the Rebels get a bowl invite we’ll definitely have tickets for you to watch them in action. Vivid Seats is your place to score all major bowl game tickets including Independence Bowl tickets and Cotton Bowl tickets.
2012 Rebels Hope to Ice Competition with Coach Freeze
Last year the Rebels finished one of their worst seasons in school history, finishing with a 2-10 record (0-8 SEC) under coach Houston Nutt. This year, however, the tide is shifting under the newly hired head coach Hugh Freeze. The 42-year-old Freeze comes to Old Miss after leading Arkansas State to the 2011 Sun Belt Conference championship and 10-2 record in his first season. A Mississippi native, Freeze served as an Ole Miss assistant from 2005-07, and that, along with his strong regional ties, recruiting success, and a meteoric rise as a coach, has Ole Miss Nation is excited about the future. Now is the time to claim your 2012 Ole Miss Rebels football tickets and witness the new era live from the start.
With a stellar a young core of receivers that includes Donte Moncrief, Nickolas Brassell, and Tobias Singleton, Mississippi should thrive in Freeze's historically potent offense. Freeze hopes his touch can help Ole Miss light up the SEC’s Western Division and get the crowd at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on their feet once again. The rebels will open the season at home versus Central Arkansas on September. 1st, and then take on the gauntlet of exciting matchups that includes Texas (9/15), Alabama (9/29), Auburn (10/13), Arkansas (10/27), Georgia (11/03), and LSU (10/17) throughout the season.