Georgia Tech vs. Mississippi - Music City Bowl Schedule, Ticket Info

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl 2013 Team Announcement

NASHVILLE, Tenn., (Dec. 8, 2013)– Representatives of the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl announced today the Ole Miss Rebels will represent the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in the 16th annual Bowl as they take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Kickoff will be Monday, Dec. 30 at 2:15 p.m. CST at LP Field in Nashville. The game will be televised live on ESPN.

The Music City Bowl is played each December at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee, home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans and has a capacity of nearly 70,000.

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This will be a matchup of two teams who mad much loftier aspirations coming into this season. The Ole Miss Rebels had one of the nation’s top recruiting classes, and seemed poised to make a move towards toppling Alabama at the top of the SEC’s West Division. The Rebels finished with a record of 7-5, going 3-5 in the SEC.

Georgia Tech also was looking to move up in the ACC’s Coastal Division this year, but a three-game losing streak early in the year, including two ACC coastal opponents, dashed their hopes early on. The Yellow Jackets finished with a record of 7-5, going 5-3 in the ACC.

Ole Miss Key Wins: #16 LSU (27-24)

Georgia Tech Key Wins: #24 Duke (38-14)

Ole Miss loves to throw the ball, finishing third in the SEC in passing offense with 285.6 yards per game. Junior quarterback Bo Wallace had moments of greatness this season, but at times looked completely ineffective. They are lead on defense by junior DB Cody Prewitt, who led the SEC with six interceptions this season.

Georgia Tech, of course, will run the ball and run it some more against the Rebels. The Yellow Jackets ranked first in the ACC in both  rushing offense and rushing touchdowns (311.7 yards per game and 45 touchdowns, respectively), and third in scoring offense (36.6 points per game). Defensively the Jackets were second in rush defense and fourth in scoring defense in the country. Led by senior DE Jeremiah Attaochu, the Tech front seven will try to make a long day for the Rebels’ Wallace.

Tickets:
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster online at www.ticketmaster.com/MusicCityBowl. For more information on VIP Ticket Packages which include tickets and BOWL Week hospitality, call the Bowl office at 615.743.3130 or visit the Bowl online at MusicCityBowl.com.

Special Note to Fans:
For fans attending the game, please visit http://www.ticketmaster.com/MusicCityBowl to purchase game day parking. Several parking options are available, but for those wishing to park in a stadium parking lot at LP Field, passes must be pre-purchased. No parking passes at LP Field will be available to purchase on game day.

About the Bowl:
The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl (501(c)(3) non-profit organization) is an annual post-season collegiate Bowl featuring the Atlantic Coast and Southeastern Conferences. Since its inception, the Bowl has produced nearly $222 million in economic impact. Televised nationally to millions of viewers and listeners on ESPN and Nevada Sports Radio Network, the Bowl is Nashville’s Holiday Tradition. For more information, call the Bowl office at 615.743.3130 or visit the Bowl online at MusicCityBowl.com.

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