Tip-off is 4 p.m.
After today’s game the Rebels (4-0) will take a week off before facing Rutgers as part of the SEC-Big East Challenge, the final game in a six-game homestand.
Lipscomb, of the Atlantic Sun Conference, comes in 2-1 with wins over Gardner-Webb and Maryville and a loss to Belmont, a local Nashville rival.
The Bisons return three starters from a team that went 17-13 overall, 12-8 in the conference.
In wins over Mississippi Valley State, Coastal Carolina, Arkansas-Little Rock and McNeese State, Ole Miss is shooting 47.1 percent from the floor and forcing 20.5 turnovers a game.
Held below double-figures for the first time in the last game, junior college transfer guard Marhsall Henderson leads the Rebels with 18.8 points a game.