Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace had the worst performance of his senior season in the Rebels’ loss to LSU in Death Valley Saturday night, completing just 42 percent of his passes in leading the offense to just seven points all night.

The loss was the Rebels’ first of the season, and after all was said and done Wallace had some pretty strong words about the nighttime atmosphere in Death Valley.

“It’s a crazy atmosphere. This is the craziest place I’ve played,” Wallace told the media, according to Nola.com.

Wallace was also asked about how playing in Tiger Stadium compared to playing in Texas A&M’s Kyle Field earlier this season, to which Wallace simply replied “no comparison” in favor of LSU.

An SEC-record 110,633 fans packed Kyle Field when the Rebels came to town, more than 8,000 fans greater than the 102,321 that packed Tiger Stadium Saturday night.

Nevertheless the LSU fan base clearly had an affect on Wallace, the SEC’s most experienced quarterback, who uncharacteristically jawed back and forth with members of the crowd throughout the game before throwing his first interception of SEC play on the Rebels’ final snap of the game.

Wallace’s praise of Death Valley should not be taken lightly. The senior has now started 34 straight games for Ole Miss dating back to 2012, including 10 SEC road games in eight different venues (LSU twice, Alabama twice, Vanderbilt, Auburn, Mississippi State, Georgia, Arkansas and Texas A&M).

The Rebels lost 41-35 the first time Wallace visited Baton Rouge as a starter in 2012, but the game was played in the afternoon and not at night, completely changing the dynamic of the Tiger Stadium atmosphere. LSU head coach Les Miles is now 46-3 in night games at Death Valley following the win against Ole Miss.