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The Mississippi Rebels are the sports team that belong to the University of Mississippi. They are part of National Collegiate Athletics Association’s Football Bowl Subdivision and compete in the Southeastern Conference in the Western Division. The Mississippi Rebels are more commonly referred to as the Ole Miss Rebels. The Rebels are credited for being the first football team in the State of Mississippi and they made their debut in the 1890 season. The Mississippi Rebels play their home games at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, located in the premises of the University. Get Mississippi Rebels Nashville tickets and head out to watch an action packed game of football featuring the Ole Miss Rebels and the Vanderbilt Commodores.
The Mississippi Rebels have a long history which shows many commendable achievements. They joined the SEC Western Division in 1992 and won a Division Championship in 2003. They have had much more success in the race for the Conference Champions, having won six titles. The Rebels joined the Southeastern Conference in 1932 and have since then been a part of it. In the National Championship count, the Rebels claim to have won three titles. The first National title came in 1959, during which the Rebels gave up only twenty one points all season. The second and third titles came in 1960 and 1962. All the titles except for the Division Title came during the tenure of the head coach John Vaught, who was with the Rebels for twenty four years. As a result he is regarded as one of the greatest coach the Ole Miss Rebels ever had. Get Mississippi Rebels Nashville tickets and watch the Rebels give their best on the field at the Vanderbilt Stadium. Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, is the hub of the music industry and is nicknamed the “Music City”.
The rivalry between the Ole Miss Rebels and the Vanderbilt Commodores is a very old one. They played their first game in 1894 and since 1942 both the teams have played annually. Although Vanderbilt dominated by winning the first eighteen games, the Ole Miss Rebels worked hard to balance the scales. Currently Ole Miss leads with eleven games in their eighty seven encounters.