The Rebels (6-2) take on East Tennessee State in a 3 p.m., tip at Tad Smith Coliseum. Admission is free, and all parking lots are open.
The Bucs, an NCAA tournament team last year, are 4-4 and have had the week off since winning 63-62 at Mississippi State last Saturday.
Ole Miss is the SEC's highest-scoring team this week at 80.5 points a game after Monday's 101-69 win over Mississippi Valley State.
ETSU leads the Atlantic Sun Conference in field goal defense, allowing opponents a 39.5 percentage.
Chris Warren leads four Ole Miss players averaging double-figure points with 18.3 a game.
Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy was an assistant for five seasons to ETSU coach Murry Bartow at UAB. Both played at UAB, at different times, for Bartow's father Gene Bartow.
The Ole Miss women visit Central Michigan (6-3) for a 1 p.m., tip.
The Rebels (7-3) have won their last two and are led in scoring by guards Kayla Melson (14.5 ppg), a senior, and Valencia McFarland (12.1 ppg), a freshman.
Playing time has increased lately for walk-on guard Maggie McFerrin, of Tupelo, who has 17 points over the last two games. She got her first time on the court just three games ago.