Wednesday, December 31, 2014

2014 Peach Bowl- vs TCU. 42-3 Loss

The Rebels will finish their season in Atlanta this afternoon, facing the TCU Horned Frogs in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.  The Rebels will wear the white jerseys with red numbers and the white pants, a look they have worn only once before (vs Texas A&M)

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Monday, December 22, 2014

2014 Uniform Combinations

The 2014 season was the second under the current uniform template and design for the Ole Miss Rebels.  The Rebels wore 8 different combinations throughout the seasons, the most in school history in a single season.


The Rebels wore their regular navy helmet 12 times.

They wore surprise throwback powder blue helmets against Memphis in honor of Chucky Mullins.  The original plan was for 38 to be worn on the left side of the navy helmets, but the NCAA ruled against that, so the Rebels broke out the powder blues instead.  The helmets were auctioned off after the game, so they are not available for the remainder of the season.


The red jersey was worn 5 times, more than any other jersey.  It were worn with gray pants four times and navy pants once.  It was also worn with the Powder blue helmets.

The navy jersey was worn 4 times, once with navy pants and three times with gray pants.

The white jersey with red accents was worn 3 times, twice with white pants and once with gray pants.

The white jersey with navy accents was worn once, with gray pants.


The gray pants were worn 9 times, at least once with every jersey.

The navy pants were worn twice, once with the navy jersey and once with the red jersey.

The white pants were worn twice, both times with the white jerseys with red accents.

Friday, November 28, 2014

Week 14- 2014 Egg Bowl. 31-17 Win

The Rebels will wear the red jersey and gray pants in their 2014 matchup with Mississippi State.  This marks the second time in a row that the Rebels have worn this combination while hosting the Egg Bowl; they commonly wore navy jerseys in past Egg Bowl.

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Week 13- at Arkansas. 30-0 Loss

The Rebels wore the white jerseys with blue numbers and stripes for the first time this year in their road trip to Arkansas.  This was the first time this jersey has ever been paired with the gray pants.

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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Week 11- Presbyterian. 48-0 Win

The Rebels will sport a never-before seen combination for this year's homecoming game: red jerseys over navy pants.  This is the first time in recent history that the red jerseys have been worn with non-gray pants.

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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Week 10- Auburn. 35-31 Loss

The Rebels will wear the navy blue jerseys with gray pants against Auburn- the same combination they wore in their win over Alabama.

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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Week 9- at LSU. 10-7 Loss

In their game at GameDay-hosting LSU, the Rebels will wear the traditional big-game Red jerseys with Gray pants.

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Week 8- Tennessee. 34-3 Win

In their homecoming game vs Tennessee, the Rebels will wear the navy jerseys with the gray pants.  This will be the third time the navy jerseys have been worn; the red jerseys have been worn only twice.

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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Week 7- at Texas A&M. 35-20 Win

In their late night game at College Station, the Rebels will wear the white jersey with red numbers and stripes with white pants for the first time ever.

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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Week 6- Alabama. 23-17 Win

In the heavily anticipated and GameDay hosting game vs Alabama, the Rebels are wearing the Navy Helmets (No, the Powder Blue did not return), Navy Jerseys, and Gray Pants.

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Saturday, September 27, 2014

Oh no they didn't. Week 5- Memphis (for real). 24-3 Win

Ole Miss just threw everyone for a loop.  They released a helmet with 38 on the left side a few weeks ago, and have tweeted pictures of them this past week.  However, they rolled out with Powder Blue helmets (apparently, everyone wearing #38 on their helmets would've violated an NCAA rule), which severe as a more direct memorial of Chucky Mullins.  People have been asking for these for awhile, and here they are:

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