Vaught Hemingway Stadium at Hollingsworth Field is located in Oxford, MS and home to the Ole Miss Rebels. The stadium was constructed in 1915 and has received a series of expansions and renovations. Prior to the mid 1990's Ole Miss and rival Mississippi State played their most significant games at Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium in Jackson, MS. Vaught Hemingway has a capacity in excess of 62,600. The largest attendance of 62,657 spectators was on October 2009 as the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Ole Miss Rebels by a score of 20-3. The stadium is named for Judge William Hemingway, a professor of law and legendary Ole Miss Coach Johnny Vaught. The stadium is home to rivarly games such as the Egg Bowl featuring Ole Miss verse Mississippi State and the Magnolia Bowl featuring Ole Miss verse the LSU Tigers. Buy your tickets today and be part of history in Vaught Heminway Stadium!