Following a gruesome leg injury to Ole Miss receiver Laquon Treadwell, a publisher took to Twitter and made a controversial comment regarding the city of Oxford, Miss.

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Geoff Ketchum, the owner and publisher of the Texas Longhorns website, was later suspended by,’s John Talty reported Sunday.

“ maintains strict editorial guidelines, and the Tweet by Geoff Ketchum violated not only our standards, but also the standards of our industry,” said PR manager Sean Hamel. “He has apologized and the Tweet has been removed. In addition, Geoff has been suspended from writing for and and a full editorial review is underway.”

The play by Treadwell was initially ruled a touchdown, but after an official review it was determined he fumbled the ball before crossing the goal line and that Auburn had recovered the fumble late in the fourth quarter. 

The Rebels’ hopes of a playoff berth were likely ended after last night’s loss and Treadwell’s injury only made things worse for Ole Miss fans when the star wide receiver was later diagnosed with a fractured fibula and a dislocated ankle.

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Ketchum’s controversial tweet even got the attention of Ross Bjork, the athletic director at Ole Miss. Just a few hours after Ketchum’s tweet, Bjork responded to Ketchum with a tweet of his own, telling Ketchum “you have no clue.”

Before the night was over, Ketchum sent out one more tweet to Ole Miss fans.