Ole Miss uniform history
Nike has provided the Rebels with recent uniform flare, updating its navy and red color scheme with several different alternate jersey and pants options on gamedays. During the 2014 campaign, Ole Miss wore eight different combinations, twice the number of its previous program high for various apparel looks in a single season.
The Rebels’ familiar navy helmet with a scripted Ole Miss wordmark has been the helmet of choice on Saturdays since 1994. Twelve years earlier, the team’s navy helmet featured a stylized Colonel Reb graphic with a red facemask.
For the first time since 1994, Ole Miss donned powder blue helmets last season against Memphis, honoring the late Chucky Mullins, a former player who was paralyzed during a game in 1989. The Rebels donned the powder blue helmets from 1948-77 and again from 1983-94.
Navy jerseys have been used as the primary home jersey for decades, but an updated red alternate is also a popular choice and was worn five times (compared to only four for navy) during the 2014 campaign. Prior to the 2013 season, Nike updated the Rebels’ white road jerseys with navy accents instead of red. Pants were altered as well with a REBELS wordmark down the leg.
Current preferred uniform combinations
- Home 1: Navy helmet, navy jersey, grey pants
- Home 2: Navy helmet, red jersey, grey pants
- Home Alternate 1: Navy helmet, navy jersey, navy pants
- Home Alternate 2: Navy helmet, red jersey, navy pants (worn 1x, 2014 vs. Presbyterian)
- Home Alternate 3: Powder blue helmet, red jersey, grey pants (worn 1x, 2014 vs. Memphis)
- Away 1: Navy helmet, white jersey (with red accents), grey pants
- Away 2: Navy helmet, white jersey (with navy accents), navy pants
- Away Alternate 1: Navy helmet, white jersey (with red accents), white pants (worn 1x, 2014 vs. TCU)