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Published on September 1st, 2020 | by TLV News


Kickoff Times, Networks Announced for Select Ole Miss Football Games

The Southeastern Conference has announced kickoff times and TV networks for four of Ole Miss’ first six football contests.

All four of the announced kick times will result in day games for Lane Kiffin and the 2020 Rebels.

Ole Miss will kick off the season by hosting Florida at 11 am CT on September 26. The game will be televised on ESPN.

The Rebels’ October 3 game at Kentucky is slated for a 3 pm kick off on SEC Network.

In week four of the season, Ole Miss travels to Fayetteville, Arkansas, and will kick off against the Razorbacks at either 11 am, 2:30 pm, or 3 pm CT. The game will be televised on SEC Network, SEC Alternate, or another ESPN platform.

The final announced time has the Rebels squaring off against Vanderbilt at 3 pm CT in Nashville, Tennessee. The 95th all-time meeting between Ole Miss and the Commodores will air on SEC Network.

Get all the latest information on the team by following @olemissfb on Twitter and Instagram and OleMissFootball on Facebook. General athletic news can also be found at OleMissSports on Twitter and Facebook and OleMissAthletics on Instagram.

2020 Ole Miss Football Schedule

  • 9.26 – FLORIDA – 11 am CT – ESPN
  • 10.03 – @ Kentucky – 3 pm CT – SEC Network
  • 10.10 – ALABAMA
  • 10.17 – @ Arkansas – 11 am/2:30 pm/3 pm CT – SEC Network/SEC Alt./ESPN Platform
  • 10.24 – AUBURN
  • 10.31 – @ Vanderbilt – 3 pm CT – SEC Network
  • 11.14 – SOUTH CAROLINA
  • 11.21 – @ Texas A&M
  • 12.05 – at LSU
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