There’s nothing quite like a dominating performance against LSU if you’re an Ole Miss fan, and the Rebels’ faithful loved every second of Saturday’s 38-17 win over the Tigers.
Here are some of the best tweets:
Former Ole Miss standout and current Tennessee Titans slot receiver Dexter McCluster poked some fun at former LSU running back Jeremy Hill after the game.
— Dexter McCluster (@dextermccluster) November 21, 2015
Former Ole Miss and current Arizona Cardinals offensive lineman Bradley Sowell took to Twitter to tell the LSU defensive coaching staff what they shouldn’t have done.
Lmao 1 on 1 vs Treadwell !?!? STEALING
— Bradley Sowell (@Bradley60Sowell) November 21, 2015
Ole Miss fans are excited about the future of the football program, especially at the quarterback position. The nation’s top pro-style quarterback, Ole Miss commit Shea Patterson, was in Oxford for the game and sent a subtle tweet following the game.
— Shea Patterson (@SheaPatterson_1) November 22, 2015
Former Ole Miss signal caller Bo Wallace is just a year removed from his senior day, so he knows what it’s like to play in your final game in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Wallace sent out a message to his good friend, safety Chief Brown, who had a good performance in his final home game.
— Bo Wallace (@bowallace14) November 22, 2015
Former Ole Miss track standout and Olympic gold medalist Brittney Reese always shows her support for her alma mater, and Saturday was no different.
Hotty Toddy !!! ❤️?
— Brittney Reese (@DaLJBeast) November 22, 2015