OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA/Ole Miss Athletics) – Ole Miss football has agreed to a home-and-home series with Virginia Tech, it was announced Thursday.
The Rebels will begin a home-and-home partnership with Virginia Tech when Ole Miss travels to Blacksburg, Virginia, in 2032 (Sept. 4), followed by a 2037 (Sept. 5) matchup vs. the Hokies in Oxford.
Ole Miss and Virginia Tech have squared off twice on the football field, with the first meeting in 1913 when the Hokies – then known at Virginia Polytechnic Institute – won 35-14. The Rebels evened the all-time series at a game apiece with a 34-17 victory in the 1968 Liberty Bowl.
This is the second Power 5 opponent Ole Miss has secured within the last week for a home-and-home series. The Rebels also added Purdue to their future schedules with the Boilermakers set to visit Oxford in 2033 and Ole Miss to return the favor by visiting West Lafayette, Indiana, in 2034.
Future Ole Miss Non-Conference Opponents
2020: Baylor (in Houston), Southeast Missouri, UConn, Georgia Southern
2021: Louisville (in Atlanta), Austin Peay, Tulane, Liberty
2022: at Georgia Tech, Troy, Central Arkansas, Tulsa
2023: Georgia Tech, Mercer, Tulane
2024: at Wake Forest, Middle Tennessee, Furman
2025: Wake Forest, Citadel, Tulane
2032: at Virginia Tech
2034: at Purdue
2037: Virginia Tech