OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) - The Ole Miss football program will vacate 33 victories from 2010-2016 for using ineligible players, according to a report by RebelGrove.com.
The report says the Rebels will vacate all wins from 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2016, as part of the lengthy NCAA infractions case that ended in 2017.
The Rebels will also vacate most of their victories from 2013. The school will keep its Music City Bowl win from that season because Laremy Tunsil, one of the players declared ineligible for receiving impermissible benefits, didn't play in that game.
All victories from 2014 are also vacated except the Presbyterian game, which Tunsil also missed.
Tunsil sat out seven games in 2015, so no wins from that season will be vacated, including the Sugar Bowl.
In other Ole Miss football news, RebelGrove.com also reported Monday that defensive backs coach Jason Jones had been relieved of his duties. Jones had been with the program since 2013.
The Rebels begin spring practice on Feb. 28.