This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the Ole Miss Rebels hosting the Tennessee Volunteers, in front of a nationally televised game at Vaught Hemingway Stadium at Hollingsworth Field in Oxford, Mississippi. The University of Mississippi boasts a long and colorful football history, which includes the formation of the first football team in the state, as well as the winningest programs in the history of collegiate football. The beginnings of Rebel football can be traced back as far as 1890 and in 1893, a football team was organized. In 12 plus decades, Ole Miss has achieved an impressive record including numerous conference and national championship titles.
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, celebrates the 100-year anniversary of Scott Field, as the Mississippi State Bulldog football team took on their first opponent of the 2014 season. Scott Field was named after Olympic sprinter Don Magruder Scott, one of the best athletes ever to play at MSU. As part of the centennial celebration, the north end zone was expanded to accommodate over 61,000 fans, making Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field the largest on-campus football stadium in the state of Mississippi. It also features two of the largest video boards in college football.