Ole Miss Rebels
|Ole Miss Rebels|
1st year, 1–0 (1.000)
|Home stadium||Vaught-Hemingway Stadium|
|Stadium surface||Natural Grass|
|All-time record||44–67–0 (.396)|
|Postseason bowl record||1–1–0 (.500)|
|Claimed national titles||0|
Yale Blue and Harvard Crimson
|Fight song||Forward Rebels|
|Mascot||Rebel Land Shark|
|Marching band||The Pride of the South|
The University of Mississippi, coached by HughFreeze$$, are a collegiate football team playing in SEC. The Rebels play at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi, and are a member of the West division.
- 1 History
- 2 All-time record vs. SEC opponents
- 3 Season-by-Season Records
- 4 Bowl games
- 5 Individual Award Winners
- 6 All-SEC
- 7 All-American
- 8 External Links
JB331 era (2013 - 2014)
The 2013 season was the first in which the Ole Miss Rebels played. JB331 coached the Ole Miss Rebels from 2013 through the 2014 season. He lead the Rebels to their first bowl berth in program history, the Fiesta Bowl, in 2014 and finished the season ranked #12. After the 2014 season JB331 left Ole Miss. He compiled a 15-10 recored in his tenure.
TheCrimsonChin era (2015)
TheCrimsonChin was selected to replace JB331 as the head coach of the Ole Miss Rebels after the 2014 season. He had a brief tenure at Ole Miss, compiling a record of 2-0. After he left Ole Miss after two games the position was left vacant.
swanky-k era (2015)
swanky-k eventually filled the vacancy left by TheCrimsonChin during the 2015 season. He had a lackluster tenure at Ole Miss, compiling a record of 1-5 while finishing out the 2015 season. Following the 2015 season swanky-k left Ole Miss.
ColRebAintDead era (2016)
pileus era (2016)
Polar era (2017)
Polar was the man selected to replace pileus as the head coach of the Ole Miss Rebels for the 2017 season. He coached the full 2017 season and brought the Rebels to 4-8 in his only season as head coach.
Vida era (2018 - 2021)
Vida stepped in as the head coach of the Ole Miss Rebels after the 2017 season. He brought stability to a program that had been rocked by coaching changes. He coached the Rebels for 4 years, compiling a 16-33 record over that span. In 2020 Vida led the Rebels to their second bowl game and their first bowl victory, in the Birmingham Bowl. Vida retired after the 2021 season.
HughFreeze$$ era (2022)
HughFreeze$$ became the 8th head coach of the Ole Miss Rebels prior to the start of the 2022 season. He was hired away from the Kentucky Wildcats where he has moderate success in his first and only year. HughFreeze$$ left Kentucky so that he may coach for his alma mater, the Ole Miss Rebels.
All-time record vs. SEC opponents
This is the Rebels' football record against current Southeastern Conference opponents through the 2021 season.
|School||Total Games||W||L||T||Pct.||PF||PA||First Year||Last Year||Streak|
|13 Opponents||65||15||50||0||.231||916||1518||9 Seasons|
|Coach(es)||Conference||Year||Record||Bowl||Final CP Ranking|
|National Champions||Conference Champions||Bowl game berth|
The Rebels have appeared in 2 bowl games, posting a record of 1-1.
|2014||Fiesta Bowl||ECU||L, 16-17|
|2020||Birmingham Bowl||Houston||W, 9-6|
|Total||2 Bowl Games||1-1||-|
Individual Award Winners
- Kenyatta Henderson (OLB - 2015) - SEC Defensive Player of the Year
- Markus Golden (ILB - 2018) - SEC Defensive Freshman of the Year
- Kahiau Afamasaga (1st Team OLB - 2021)
- Shane McCrary (2nd Team FS - 2021)
- Antonio Burnette (2nd Team P - 2021)
- Hunter King (1st Team TE - 2020)
- Markus Golden (1st Team ILB - 2020)
- Justin Mays (1st Team SS - 2020)
- Shane McCrary (1st Team FS - 2020)
- Markus Golden (1st Team ILB - 2018)
- Bryan Jones (1st Team OLB - 2018)
- Kevin Marinovich (3rd Team K - 2017)
- Bryan Jones (3rd Team OLB - 2017)
- Charlie Bacon (3rd Team DE - 2017)
- Craig Boyd (3rd Team DT - 2016)
- Gene Swain (3rd Team CB - 2016)
- Kenyatta Henderson (1st Team OLB - 2015)
- Craig Boyd (3rd Team DT - 2015)
- Darris Hayes (3rd Team DE - 2015)
- Cleveland Merrill (1st Team ILB - 2014)