Ole Miss has played a lot of football, but here are FBS teams they haven't played yet


Ole Miss is a long-standing football program that has been on the field since 1893. The Rebels have faced their fair share of opponents in the FBS. However, they haven’t played against many teams in the FBS.

The rebels have been a force to be reckoned with over the past decade. They have challenged some of the best teams and been a thorn in Alabama's side thanks to Lane Kiffin.

There are a total of 59 teams that Ole Miss has never faced, and 27 of those teams are Power 5 schools. The Rebels will not be leaving any of these teams off the list this season as they plan to play teams they have all played before. Some of these teams they've never played before could be great matchups that everyone would love to see.

UTSA Roadrunners: The Roadrunners have only been playing football since 2011 and just joined the American Athletic Conference.

USF Bulls: USF has only been playing football since 1997, so the program is still young. Ole Miss has historically only played the larger conference schools in Florida, but as USF becomes a more established program, they could likely be on the Rebel's schedule soon.

Florida Atlantic Owls: FAU is also a younger program that has only been playing football since 2001. They just joined American and are in the same boat as USF. They are working to build the program and once they do that, they could get on the schedule with Ole Miss.

Charlotte 49ers: Charlotte only joined the FBS in 2015, so they are still a very young football program.

East Carolina Pirates: The Pirates have been in the FBS since 1965, so it's a wonder these two have never met. They have been represented in the USA since 2014. So if they can perform, they may be on Ole Miss' radar for the future.