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Ole Miss Men’s Basketball releases 2015-16 schedule of non-conference games

Ole Miss Men’s Basketball releases 2015-16 schedule of non-conference games

Ole Miss Basketball released its non-conference schedule on Friday, and it features several teams from the 2015 NCAA Tournament.

Ole Miss Head Coach Andy Kennedy

Andy Kennedy coaches his team to a win over Florida in the Tad Smith Coliseum in 2014. (Photo credit: Bentley Breland)

Coach Andy Kennedy’s group will compete against the likes of Oklahoma State and Virginia in the Gildan Charleston Classic and face tough road games at Kansas State, UMass, and Memphis.

The Rebels will open up the 2015-16 season on Nov. 13 against Northwestern State. Ole Miss will also face Georgia State, the team that knocked off Baylor in last season’s NCAA Tournament, on Nov. 25.

Here’s Ole Miss current non-conference basketball schedule:

Nov. 5 Clayton State (Exhibition)
Nov. 13 Northwestern State
Nov. 16 Georgia Southern
Nov. 19 vs. George Mason (Charleston, S.C.)
Nov. 20 vs. Oklahoma State/Towson (Charleston, S.C.)
Nov. 22 Gildan Charleston Classic (Charleston, S.C.)
Nov. 25 Georgia State
Nov. 28 Bradley
Dec. 5 UMass (Springfield, Mass.)
Dec. 12 at Southeast Missouri
Dec. 15 Louisiana Tech
Dec. 19 at Memphis
Dec. 22 Troy
Jan. 30 at Kansas State

Tickets to non-conference games are $5 per game. To purchase single-game tickets, visit The SEC men’s basketball schedule will be announced by the league office in August, and conference play will begin January 2, 2016.

(Feature image credit of Stefan Moody in 2014 Ole Miss vs. Florida game: Bentley Breland, The Rebel Walk)

About The Author

Courtney Smith

Courtney is from Memphis and received his Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Memphis in May of 2014. He began his journalism career covering the Memphis Tigers Men's basketball team, which landed him an intern position on 730 Yahoo Sports Radio and a position with A freelance writer for the Associated Press, Courtney is also a member of The Rebel Walk team and reports regularly on Ole Miss football and basketball. Courtney, the father of a six-year old girl named Soniyah, prefers to cover NCAA basketball and football, but is happy to report on any other sport that comes his way.

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