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What are the Mississippi State fans saying?

What are the Mississippi State fans saying?

Many Mississippi State fans replace the last line “Win the game today!” with “Go to hell Ole Miss!”, a tongue-in-cheek jab at their rivals. Fans have also been known to shout this at the end of the U.S. National Anthem, regardless of the game, sport or team playing.

What do Mississippi fans cheer?

Mississippi State Fans Swarm Omaha; Cheer on Bulldogs to CWS Final. It may as well have been a home game for Mississippi State. For the past week, fan bases of eight different college baseball teams could be spotted all over Omaha. No one team’s fans stood out as a solid majority.

How good is Mississippi State football?

The Mississippi State Bulldogs have earned a spot in ESPN’s preseason Football Power Index rankings, sliding into the 24th spot. The Bulldogs join eight other SEC teams on the list, with Florida tailing right behind them at the 25th spot.

What are the Mississippi fans chanting?

In a pair of videos tweeted Monday by Old Row, fans at the Mississippi State/Alabama game Saturday chanted “F**k Joe Biden,” and fans at the Braves/Dodgers game Sunday chanted “Let’s Go Brandon.”

What does the Ole Miss chant mean?

ESPN’s Doug Ward wrote, “‘Hotty Toddy’ has no real meaning, but it means everything in Oxford. For students, fans and alumni, it is a greeting, cheer and secret handshake all rolled into one. ‘Hotty Toddy’ is the spirit of Ole Miss.” He’s spot on, as the cheer embodies the spirit of the school.

Why does Ole Miss say fins up?

Meet Landshark Tony, Ole Miss’ official new on-field mascot. Tony was officially introduced to fans Saturday at Meet the Rebels Day, and he was named after late former Ole Miss linebacker Tony Fein, who is credited with started the defense’s “Fins Up” celebration tradition, which ultimately inspired the mascot.

What is Mississippi’s state song called?

Go, Mississippi
“Go, Mississippi” has been the state song since 1962, using Ross Barnett’s 1959 campaign tune with different lyrics. “One Mississippi” is written by country singer and songwriter Steve Azar, who is a Mississippi native.

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