The Ole Miss Rebels have a college football tradition that is difficult to top. The Rebels made their first bowl appearance in 1935 and have played in over 30 bowl games with 20+ victories. The high standard of excellence the football program is held to by the loyal Ole Miss fans can date back to their string of consecutive bowl appearances spanning from 1957-1971. Other than a drought in the 1970s, the Rebels have been a consistent presence during bowl season.
Ole Miss has won three national championships in their storied history, all coming in a four year span. The three national championship games were played in the Sugar Bowl at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana, with the 1962 Sugar Bowl being played in front over 82,000 fans.
Ole Miss Rebels fans appreciate the history of their favorite football team and love to travel to see them play. Whether it is the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas or the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana, Ole Miss fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Ole Miss Rebels Bowl Game tickets.
Ole Miss Rebels Recent Bowl Game History
The 2013 Music City Bowl was played on December 30, 2013 between Ole Miss and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Both teams were trying to end on a high note after a sub-par season. Average ticket price was $63, an increase from the $58 average price of the 2012 Music City Bowl between North Carolina State and Vanderbilt.