2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
7-23, 14th in SEC
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Bill changing Mississippi state flag signed into law

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed a bill to retire the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem following widespread, increased pressure as protests against racial injustice have focused attention on Confederate symbols.

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Mississippi lawmakers vote to change state flag

Mississippi lawmakers voted Sunday to retire the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag, following widespread, increased pressure that came in part from the world of sports.

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13dAlex Scarborough

SEC warns no Miss. champ events until new flag

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey threatened to not host any future conference championship events in Mississippi until the state changes its flag.

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77dGraham Hays

Austin transfers from Big Ten champs to Ole Miss

Shakira Austin's decision takes her from one end of the Power 5 spectrum to the other, as Maryland is coming off a share of the Big Ten regular-season championship and Ole Miss was winless in the SEC.

Mizzou holds off Ole Miss rally to move on (0:36)
119d
No. 14 Kentucky blows past Ole Miss 94-52 (1:31)
132d
No. 23 Razorbacks reach century mark for fourth time (1:10)
135d
136d

No. 23-Arkansas subdues Ole Miss 108-64

Alexis Tolefree scored 19 points and Chelsea Dungee scored 18 and No. 23-ranked Arkansas disposed of Ole Miss 108-64 on Sunday to set an SEC single-game scoring record.

Arkansas' Martinez drains deep 3 (0:28)
136d
Doumbia intercepts pass then scores (0:27)
136d
Doumbia spins past defender, hits runner (0:14)
136d
Smith buries 3 for Ole Miss (0:25)
136d
Gamecocks hold Rebels to two first-half points in rout (2:11)
153d
Tigers get their first conference win of the season (0:57)
160d
Tennessee holds Ole Miss to 28 points in 56-point win (0:50)
174d
174d

No. 23 Tennessee women beat Ole Miss 84-28

Rennia Davis had 17 points on 8-of-11 shooting and No. 23 Tennessee beat Mississippi 84-28 on Thursday night, limiting the Rebels to their fewest points in program history.