College football followers in each place are tuning in to ESPN to peek Ole Leave out-Mississippi Say. The Egg Bowl rivalry clash leads this 300 and sixty five days’s Thanksgiving CFB slate.

At every Mississippi Say home game, the cowbells shall be heard on the TV broadcast. Many followers mediate the Bulldog followers are not following the info for ringing the cowbells when Ole Leave out has the ball. MSU followers are speculated to discontinuance ringing the cowbells as soon as the ball is space. Greg Sankey and SEC officiating are being tagged about the terrifying lack of enforcement in Starkville.

Here’s a pattern of what’s being acknowledged on Twitter:

they aren’t

— cade smith (@cadesmith_3) November 26, 2021

. @GregSankey @SECOfficiating gleaming obvious ms train ain’t screech to be shaking those cowbells your entire time. It’s time to ban ALL noisemakers

— Levi P. (@LeviBurnerTweet) November 26, 2021

@GregMcElroy @ESPNCFB synthetic noise makers . Principles and stuff https://t.co/FoTWQAKJUt

— David M (@DavidInHere) November 26, 2021

@SECOfficiating Mississippi train is ringing bells correct by snap. That’s a 15-yard penalty. Cease your job, Ken Williamson!!!

— Johnny B Correct (@JB_Libertarian) November 26, 2021

@SECOfficiating and @sec exhibiting us every 300 and sixty five days there are special recommendations .

Boring freaking cowbells

— Alan Corridor (@AlandanielHall) November 26, 2021

It wouldn’t be the Egg Bowl with out some controversy. Mississippi Say currently leads 6-3 in the main half.

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