Police joke they would like angry Ole Miss fans to stop calling 911

Saturday November 7th, 2015

Ole Miss fans have seen enough of Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen.

After he went over 300 yards and and tossed his fourth touchdown pass to help the Razorbacks get out to a 38–30 fourth quarter lead over the No. 18 Rebels, Ole Miss fans have apparently been trying just about everything to stop Allen from doing any more damage.

That apparently includes dialing 911.

O.K., so the police are probably just having a good time.

But hey, in case you didn’t know, 911 is used for emergencies. You should definitely not call that number just because you are sad that your school is on upset alert.

Ole Miss leveled the game at 38–38 with 10 minutes to go before falling 53–52. Arkansas went for a game-winning two-point conversion in overtime after pulling off an incredible 4th-and-25 lateral to keep its drive alive and eventually get in the end zone.

- Kenny Ducey

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