•   
  •   
  •   

Sport Watch: Ole Miss and LSU football fans got into a massive brawl in the stands

23:30  24 october  2021
23:30  24 october  2021 Source:   fansided.com

Netflix debuts 'Untold: Malice at the Palace' and the brawl in Pacers locker room after

  Netflix debuts 'Untold: Malice at the Palace' and the brawl in Pacers locker room after The documentary reveals details of the brawl that have never been told – from Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal and Stephen Jackson."Are we going to get in trouble?" he asked.

Watch these Ole Miss and LSU football fans get into a nasty brawl at Vaught-Hemingway.

  Watch: Ole Miss and LSU football fans got into a massive brawl in the stands © Provided by Fansided

On the most sacred of Ole Miss football Saturdays, watch these Rebel pledges defend their turf in the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium bleachers from some overzealous LSU football fans on Eli Manning Day.

While the older brothers and their dates were enjoying some delicious red solo cup concoctions at The Grove, this band of pledge brothers were more than willing to get black and blue in their blue blazers. On a day where Manning joined his father and the late Chucky Mullins forever in Ole Miss lore, these 19-somethings went viral on the internet for all the wrong reasons. Bless their hearts.

Opinion: Now, they're coming for you, Ed Orgeron, whose time at LSU is waning

  Opinion: Now, they're coming for you, Ed Orgeron, whose time at LSU is waning Ed Orgeron is almost certainly going to join former Auburn coach Gene Chizik in getting fired just two years after winning the national title."We comin'," Orgeron shouted in his gravely Cajun accent when asked if that game had laid the groundwork for future glory. "We comin’ and we ain’t backin’ down.

Who knew the Magnolia Bowl could ever yield such a magnificent brawl in the bleachers?

Ole Miss, LSU football fans get into a nasty fight in Vaught-Hemingway stands

Tom Petty might be more of a Gainesville thing, but these boys won't back down. One could argue they put up a more serious fight than the entire Landshark Defense did in any game last year. All the while, Ole Miss is all aboard the Lane Train, as the Rebels improved to 6-1 on the year and all the way to No. 10 in the latest AP Top 25 poll. When it just means more, it just means more.

Here is to these fine young men's pledgeship coming to an end in the next few weeks or so.

For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to bookmark these pages.

Look: Ole Miss Apologizes For Deleted Tweets Aimed At Hugh Freeze .
Once this Saturday’s matchup between Ole Miss and Liberty came to an end, the Rebels’ official Twitter account took a few shots at Flames coach Hugh Freeze. Freeze was the head coach of the Rebels from 2012-16. Over two dozen wins of his were vacated due to numerous recruiting violations. One of the tweets from […] The post Look: Ole Miss Apologizes For Deleted Tweets Aimed At Hugh Freeze appeared first on The Spun.

usr: 16
This is interesting!