The University of Mississippi aka ‘Ole Miss’ is a school steeped in tradition. So much so that their biggest rival, Mississippi State University, is considered an ‘upstart’ having started to play football in 1895. The Ole Miss Rebels football program dates back to 1893, and they’ve been playing Mississippi State since 1901 in an annual rivalry game known as ‘The Egg Bowl’.

The Ole Miss Rebels have won six SEC Championships along with three national titles. The team has been through some rough seasons in the past decade but look to be heading in the right direction under current head coach Hugh Freeze.


The Southeastern Conference has a broadcast relationship with ESPN, meaning that Ole Miss fans will have to trouble watching live game action online. ESPN has a cutting edge digital platform and with the SEC schedule televised on the network the live streams are just a click away. Fans can watch live streaming on their computer, smartphone or tablet as well as other WiFi-enabled devices.

These dependable, high-quality streams are offered free of charge to cable and satellite TV service subscribers. All that Ole Miss football fans need to watch the action is the login and password provided by the cable or satellite company. They can also watch archived footage of games that have already been played.

For even more Ole Miss football coverage, fans can tune into the SEC Network. The SEC Network is a 24/7 television network covering sports from every conference member school. Since the SEC, Network is a partnership between the Southeastern Conference and ESPN it also enjoys first rate streaming capability. Fans can watch ‘SEC2GO’ on a variety of platforms similar to ESPN’s digital coverage. And, like ESPN, the streaming service is available free of charge to cable or satellite TV subscribers.


The same high quality, dependable streams that satellite and cable TV subscribers enjoy are now available to anyone with an Internet connection. US-based fans of Ole Miss football can subscribe to a digital-only service called SlingTV which offers an assortment of premium cable networks for $20 per month.

The basic package includes ESPN and ESPN2 and for an extra $5 per month, viewers can access the ‘Sports Package’ which includes the SEC Network, ESPN U and ESPN News among others. SlingTV works away from the computer as well with support for mobile devices, tablets and more. In fact, SlingTV is compatible with more devices than most cable TV company’s streaming services.

Internationally based Ole Miss football fans now have a similar option. ESPN now offers digital-only subscriptions a growing number of foreign countries. The package includes all of the ESPN Networks including the SEC Network and provides to get the same top quality streaming. Worst case scenario, fans can find Ole Miss football live game action on one of the many live sports streaming websites online. Some of the better ones are Wiziwig, Stream2Watch or vipsportsbox.