Twitter reaction: What fans (and others) are saying about LSU-Ole Miss
In what has been a disappointing month of November for both teams, LSU at Mississippi has the makings of a game that could be a momentum changer for either team.
Or worse, perhaps an address changer for LSU coach Les Miles.
"If they lose by 21 points it's time for a change" – @SECbooger on Les Miles What's going wrong in Baton Rouge? https://t.co/WnCy8uKrU4
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) November 19, 2015
Just a typical Monday show: LSU fan on @finebaum said Les Miles needs to go & Steve Spurrier should replace him
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 16, 2015
From No. 2 in nation to gone? "Strong indications” Les Miles coaching for his job next 2 games @RabalaisAdv reports https://t.co/pJ2eRuhZJq
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 18, 2015
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A win not only would sets up with a huge game in the final week and potentially appealing Bowl game to salvage your season.
The LSU-Ole Miss rivalry, or the Magnolia Bowl, has seen its share of great moments in recent years and Saturday’s game is shaping for more of the same.
In 2013 Ole Miss football made itself relevant once again by beating the No. 6 ranked LSU Tigers in the midst of a three game losing. Last season the Tigers handed No. 3 Ole Miss its first loss, spoiling what could have been a truly historic season in Oxford.
Saturday’s game doesn’t carry quite the national stakes, but the banter started early on Twitter.
Even the Oxford Police Department got in on the fun.
Get 'em while they are still in stock. We hear @LSUfball fans are partial to them. #corndogs #LSUvsMISS pic.twitter.com/jA21H6XzmT
— Oxford Police Dept (@OxfordPolice) November 16, 2015
Magnolia Bowl baby! ?? Saturday can't come any faster.
— Adrian (@AdrianMcwilliam) November 19, 2015
Getting ready for the @SEC game of the week. @OleMissFB meets LSU in Oxford Saturday at 2:30. #GoRebs
— Devan Bartley (@BartleyDevan) November 18, 2015
Hugh Freeze: #LSU–#OleMiss matchup always an excited rivalry matchup. Know the Tigers are disappointed like Rebels were previous week.
— Jerit Roser (@JeritRoser) November 18, 2015
Miles on playing at Ole Miss: "Honestly I haven't felt that is a difficult atmosphere." #LSU
— Ross Dellenger (@DellengerAdv) November 18, 2015
I have a feeling the best fans in the nation are about to have Oxford rocking Saturday!! #HottyToddy
— Jarrion Street (@JSTREET_) November 20, 2015
Well take care of business the next two games and #wareagle in 2 weeks! #OleMissFB
— Keith Grubbs (@kg3406) November 15, 2015
After tonight and next week AT Ole Miss, LSU could be looking at 3 losses in a row. Harris is simply horrible.
— Matthew Svoboda (@MatthewSvoboda) November 15, 2015
Is Les Miles coaching the @Jaguars tonight? God awful play calling all night long, this is pathetic in every way
— Leo Charles Mc (@illMac54) November 20, 2015
Former #LSU football player Booger McFarland says Les Miles must beat Ole Miss to keep his job: https://t.co/1JJWpGZu1W
— TigerDroppings.com (@TigerDroppings) November 20, 2015
Miles’ future certainly will be the key storyline Saturday night. He’s won 141 games and a national championship, but in college football the question is always what have you done for me lately?