A security guard delivered a stiff elbow to a sorority girl after Ole Miss beat LSU on Saturday night.
Heading into this weekend, many wondered if Lane Kiffin and the Rebels would be able to upset Brian Kelly’s Tigers. Both squads are on the precipice of being a first-tier SEC squad, but neither is quite there just yet.
When it was all said and done, Ole Miss escaped with a 55-49 victory in a barnburner of a match-up.
After the game, fans understandably rushed the field. One sorority girl wound up getting absolute lit up by a security guard for her troubles.
This one security guard tried his best to stop the fans from storming the field 😂
This is hilarious for some reason
— JPAFootball (@jasrifootball) October 1, 2023
College football fans are a vocal bunch. They never really shy away from offering an opinion.
It was more of the same following this security guard-sorority girl clash.
He’ll get a letter from lawyers soon. Lol pic.twitter.com/vJpB6OnTLj
— Andy Geaux 🟪🟨🐯 (@AndyCryptoTX) October 1, 2023
Took the chick OUT 💀
— Drew Pasma (@Drewpizmo) October 1, 2023
Bro thinks he gets a bonus for every knockdown 😭😭
— Khalid (@ImKowabunga) October 1, 2023
that’s paul blart
— 𝙈𝙄𝙓𝙊𝙉 𝙎𝙕𝙉 (@BengalsMVP) October 1, 2023
She ran into that one😭
— Natty Sports 🍻 (@NattySportss) October 1, 2023
Big picture, this game had everything. The stakes were so high that even LSU’s biggest sports star, Olivia Dunne, delivered a blunt message to Kiffin and Ole Miss.
That is how heavily invested everyone was in the match-up.
— Game 7 (@game7__) September 30, 2023
The Rebels pulling out a victory on Saturday night was a big deal. And the Tigers losing, conversely, will put Kelly a bit on the hot seat.
Will there be any fallout from that security guard delivering the people’s elbow to an Ole Miss sorority girl? Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.