Ole Miss Rebels Basketball Tickets

Ole Miss Rebels

View current Ole Miss Rebels basketball schedule below. To buy tickets select the date of the game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. If you prefer to buy your tickets by phone, please call 1-800-550-7556.

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Team Information and History

Ole Miss’ basketball tickets are packing fans into Tad Smith Coliseum and stadiums across the country as the Rebels unleash their high intensity attack on the SEC. With sophomore sensation Dwayne Curtis leading the way, the Rebels are gunning for a title and the hottest ticket in the deep south may be Ole Miss’ Rebels tickets.

The Rebels first came into their official name in 1936. Local sportswriters joined a competition and submitted more than 200 different options for a name to bestow on their beloved home team. The University of Mississippi’s Athletic Committee made it official and the Mississippi has been dubbed the “Rebels” ever since. Back in the late 1800s, the school’s colors were part of a lively debate. After months of discussion between team members, coaches and managers, the decision to blend the crimson hue and the navy blue shade, produced the winning hybrid for the Rebels.

There has always been some confusion over the nickname “Ole Miss” given to the university. This now-familiar term became part of University history more than 100 years ago, when it was chosen to identify the newest version of the student yearbook. The name gradually became associated with the University itself and is now the official nickname of the entire school.

Ole Miss is also one of the charter members of the SEC, having been a part of the alliance since its inception. In 1970 Ole Miss continued its rich traditions in basketball by making itself yet again a part of history by having Coolidge Ball become the first black athlete to sign a basketball scholarship at Ole Miss. This historical moment for the University was closely followed by Ball becoming the first black Ole Miss basketball player to be selected to All-Southeastern Conference honors in 1972.

The current version of the Ole Miss Rebels is gunning to make a name for themselves as they’ve been putting up impressive numbers all season. Dwayne Curtis, a sophomore center from Chicago, recently was named the Player of the Week after posting 21 points, 3 steals, 2 blocks and a career-high of 14 rebounds. This event announced his fourth straight 20-point performance and his third double-double this year. In his first season with the Rebels, Curtis has definitely made his presence known as he has scored in double-figures in 10 of 14 games with six 20-point outings. He currently leads his team in scoring, rebounding, steals and blocks, not to mention being third in assists.

As the battle rages on, Ole Miss tickets are looking better and better. Do yourself a favor and head out to Tad Smith Coliseum and catch the Rebels in action. The longer you wait, the tougher it’s going to be to get tickets.