There’s nothing quite like living behind enemy lines in the SEC. If your team comes out on the losing end against the team from your state, it could make for a really long year. But if your out-of-state team wins, it can be satisfying to have some fun with the locals.
One Ole Miss fan did just that in Monroe, La. this Christmas season.
It isn’t the lights on the bushes or the snowman sitting in the front yard that will get people’s attention, but the decoration on the roof is sure to ruffle some feathers of the LSU faithful in town.
The Rebels fan wanted everyone to remember Ole Miss’ big win over the Tigers, so he spelled out “Ole Miss 30 LSU 17” in the Christmas lights.
— Shannon Aultman (@ShannonAultman) December 15, 2015
The display of fandom is sure to get a laugh from some and an angry scowl from others. Nevertheless, that’s life behind enemy lines, and you have to take advantage of the opportunity when your team comes out on top and gives you bragging rights for the year.