What You Need To Know
- Tickets are sold out (Standing room tickets are available). Expect a record crowd on hand.
BTW: sold out = 106k+ for Ole Miss on Saturday. Attendance records keep falling at Kyle Field. #12thMan— Jason Cook (@jason_cook) October 6, 2014
- The Rebels are 5-0 on the year with wins over Boise State, Vanderbilt, ULL, Memphis, and Alabama. They are tied for 3rd in the AP poll and 4th in the USA Today poll.
- Texas A&M enters the game being ranked 14th in both the AP and USA Today polls.
- This is the Rebels highest ranking in the AP poll since 1963, the year they won their last conference championship.
- The Fightin' Texas Aggies defeated the Rebels 41-38 last year in Oxford.
- A&M leads the all time series with Ole Miss 6-0.
- The first matchup between the Ags and Rebels took place in 1911. The Aggies won 17-0.
- Mississippi was a charter member of the SEC, joining in 1932.
- Ole Miss was founded in 1848, and currently has an enrollment of 19,431.
- Ole Miss has won six SEC championships and three national championships (1959, 1960, and 1962).
- Archie Manning
- Eli Manning
- William Faulkner
- John Grisham
- Shepard Smith
- Game time: 8:00 pm CT
- Channel: ESPN
- Broadcast team: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Heather Cox
- Texas A&M Sports Network
- Texas A&M Spanish Network
- Siruis/XM 192
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