Tyler Cameron was the runner-up on the 15th season of the popular ABC show, “The Bachelorette,” in 2019. But before that, he was a college football player.

Cameron began his college career at Wake Forest, playing there as a quarterback for 2 seasons from 2013-14. He then transferred to Florida Atlantic and played 2 more seasons from 2015-16, eventually moving from QB to tight end.

Cameron just missed out on playing for Lane Kiffin, who was the Owls’ head coach from 2017-19, before he went to Ole Miss prior to the start of the 2020 season. However, Cameron is still a big fan of Kiffin.

In fact, Cameron has recently been showing support for the Rebels. In a clip shared by SEC Network on Twitter on Friday, Cameron expressed his excitement for Saturday’s game at Auburn, while also sharing that he’s planning on attending Ole Miss’ home matchup vs. Texas A&M on Nov. 13:

Cameron also appeared on “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Thursday and talked more about his playing days and Kiffin.

“I had the best time at FAU,” Cameron said on the show (h/t Erik Hall of the Mississippi Clarion Ledger). “When I was there, we didn’t win many games, but then Lane came in, and he won some games. So FAU can do it. We’re a perennial power of the South.”

Now, Kiffin is having success at Ole Miss, as the Rebels have opened this season 6-1. And soon, Cameron will get to see them in action up close.