LOOK: Ole Miss fans fed up with DC Wesley McGriff after another abysmal showing from Rebels' D
After trailing 7-0 on Saturday night, the Alabama Crimson Tide rattled off 62 unanswered points to pick up a lopsided win over the Rebels.
En route to the 62-7 win, the Tide put up 516 total yards of offense, even while taking their foot off the gas pedal late in the blowout.
That didn’t sit well with Ole Miss fans. One week after giving up 41 points and 629 total yards to Southern Illinois, Rebel supporters have seen just about enough of DC Wesley McGriff.
As you can see below, McGriff was the subject of a lot of frustrated tweets on Saturday night:
Unbelievable quote from Wesley McGriff pic.twitter.com/6k9BgITK4E
— jerry w lancaster (@jwilsonlancast1) September 16, 2018
Wesley McGriff is a joke. Recruits don’t even know who the f he is. It’s beyond time to fire the dead weight on this staff. This program is embarrassing @RossBjorkAD
— Brad J (@GrizzTankSeason) September 16, 2018
Wesley McGriff is simply over his head he had no previous experience of being a coordinator and his first coordinator job shouldn’t have been in the SEC…it’s not Luke’s fault now but it will be if he is still employed there next year.
— Jonathon Denton (@TheNotoriusJON) September 16, 2018
— Matthew Morris (@Tao_of_Matt_Mo) September 16, 2018
Wesley McGriff: a metaphor pt. 15 pic.twitter.com/AKssM0xQk8
— George R. (@thagreb) September 16, 2018
Name another human being in another occupation, ANY LINE OF WORK, that can be as pathetic as Wesley McGriff is at his — AND STILL KEEP HIS JOB…
What? Why? How?
— alexandra (@_allycattt) September 16, 2018
Wesley McGriff will not be receiving a Christmas card from me this year.
— Dale Canterbury (@dalecanterbury) September 16, 2018
49 point before halftime.
If Wesley McGriff still has a job after this game it’s an indictment of Matt Luke and Ross Bjork for not doing something proactive about the worst defense in college football.
— OMRebelNation (@OMRebelNation) September 16, 2018
Please fire Wesley McGriff at halftime. I beg of you.
— Wade Higgins (@whiggins03) September 16, 2018
The Rebels have a chance to get back on track next weekend when Kent State comes to town. However, fans won’t just want to see a win — they’ll want to see some major improvements on defense.