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Ole Miss Football Schedule Released for 2015 Season

2015 Ole Miss Football schedule released
The SEC football schedules for 2015 have been released.

Ole Miss announced its 2015 football schedule Tuesday evening, after the Southeastern Conference unveiled the full league slate for next season.
The Rebels begin next season with back-to-back home games against UT Martin (Sept. 5) and Fresno State (Sept. 12) before kicking off league play in Tuscaloosa against the Alabama Crimson Tide (Sept. 19).
A matchup with Vanderbilt marks the SEC home opener on Sept. 26, while the Rebels also host SEC foes Texas A&M (Oct. 24), Arkansas (Nov. 7) and LSU (Nov. 21). League games on the road include Florida (Oct. 3), Auburn (Oct. 31) and Mississippi State (Nov. 28).
The other non-conference outings include a home game against New Mexico State (Oct. 10) and a return trip to Memphis (Oct. 17).
Each SEC team plays eight conference football games to include six games against division opponents and two games against non-division opponents. One of the non-division opponents is a permanent annual opponent and the other non-division opponent rotates each year.
The SEC announced in May the format for future football scheduling beginning in 2016 that will be a continuation of the existing format and adds a strength-of-schedule component that requires all schools to play an ACC, Big 12, Big Ten or Pac-12 opponent on an annual basis.
For the 24th consecutive year, the 2015 season will culminate with the SEC Championship Game on Saturday, December 6 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
The complete list of 2015 football schedules can be found on the SEC’s official website, SECsports.com.
Sept. 5 UT MARTIN – White
Sept. 12 FRESNO STATE – Navy
Sept. 19 at Alabama – Navy
Sept. 26 VANDERBILT – Red
Oct. 3 at Florida – Red
Oct. 17 at Memphis – Red
Oct. 24 TEXAS A&M – Navy
Oct. 31 at Auburn – Red
Nov. 7 ARKANSAS – Navy
Nov. 21 LSU – Red
Nov. 28 at Mississippi State – Navy
*Colors indicate recommended options for fans
Follow Ole Miss Football on Twitter (@OleMissFB) and Facebook (Facebook.com/OleMissFootball), in addition to www.OleMissSports.com.
Courtesy of Ole Miss Sports Information

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