Ole Miss debuts uniform jumpsuit and new end zone design for Saturday’s game


No.16 Ole Miss will face Hugh Freeze and the Liberty Flames at Oxford on Saturday, and the Rebels released their weekend uniform on Thursday which will be paired with a new end zone design.

For the first time since Austin Peay’s game earlier this season, the Rebels are donning navy helmets, navy jerseys and gray pants for their game against the Flames. Against Austin Peay, the Rebels wore patriotic helmet decals for his Military Appreciation game, but they are reverting to their typical helmet decals for Saturday’s game.

Here is the tweet where Ole Miss posted her uniform plans.

And here’s a more detailed look that the team released on Friday.

This will be the first time that Ole Miss has worn this uniform jumpsuit with her typical helmet decals since Lane Kiffin became head coach of the Rebels in 2020. In fact, the last time Ole Miss wore this uniform with its traditional helmet decals was 2018 in a 62-7 loss to Alabama.

These traditional threads will also be paired with a new end zone design this weekend for the Rebels.

Ole Miss had red end zones two weeks ago when the team greeted LSU with “MANNING” written on both ends as the team removed Eli Manning’s No.10 jersey. This week the Rebels are reverting to their typical “OLE MISS” and “REBELS” in the end zones, but they will have a red background with blue letters and a white stroke.

The Rebels will host former head coach Hugh Freeze at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium this Saturday on his first return to Oxford since his dismissal ahead of the 2017 season. Kick-off is 11am

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