“You will not be missed in the SEC. See ya.”
Consider those the final words from Mississippi State superfan Steven “Stingray” Ray to Lane Kiffin, who will be leaving his post as Alabama offensive coordinator after the College Football Playoff to assume his duties as the new head coach at FAU.
And while Kiffin made headlines on Tuesday for considering a controversial hire to be his offensive coordinator in Boca Raton, Stingray was getting after him on Twitter.
The lovable Mississippi State fan who has become an internet sensation and occasional personality on The Paul Finebaum Show came back from a post-season break on social media to give his take on the Lane Kiffin departure on Tuesday.
Sure, he may be a week late on the news and his jokes may be stale and outdated, but there’s still nothing quite like a Stingray rant. You can check it out here:
WARNING: Language and subject matter of the rant may be considered offensive. Please use discretion when viewing.
My Jab at Lane Kiffin! WARNING STRONG LANGUAGE! DO NOT WATCH IF UNDER 18!! Enjoy!!! pic.twitter.com/7QWUaaAr0l
— Steven Stingray Ray (@Stevenray28) December 20, 2016
Stingray’s Mississippi State Bulldogs will kick off the bowl season for the SEC when they meet up with Miami Ohio in the St. Petersburg Bowl at Tropicana Field on Dec. 26 at 11 a.m. The game will be on ESPN.