Arch Manning may cause a short circuit for Ole Miss fans with the latest update

Arch Manning may cause a short circuit for Ole Miss fans with the latest update

Ole Miss football fans were already riding high after the Egg Bowl but Arch Manning could have given them an even bigger win in the long run.

The regular college football season is over, and the Egg Bowl on Thanksgiving between the Ole Miss Rebels and the Mississippi State Bulldogs got the blood flowing for rivalry week. But at the end of the day, Lynn Kevin and his crew from Oxford walked down the road and scored a major victory.

The victories on a larger scale continued to flow, too. The Rebels who outperformed their rivals have given them their first 10-win season in program history and are likely to punch their ticket to the New Year’s Six game. And if those aren’t enough wins, Ole Miss will win the Arch Manning sweepstakes too – at least according to a random video leaked online.

On Friday, the day after the Egg Bowl, a video surfaced with Manning’s bow lying next to a woman seated on the floor in which she said the center recruit the whole world was going to Ole Miss, and in an instant it would surely send Rebels fans into a frenzy He said it was.

Arch Manning says he’s going Ole Miss in a completely unofficial video

Does the blonde ask the hugely popular recruit if he’d play for the Rebels and the quarterback blushes in the affirmative before saying “hotty today” means anything?

No – at least not anything official.

However, given that Uncle Eli spent his college football career at Oxford, and the way Lane-Kevin trades the show only in its second season, it’s not hard to imagine a world in which the Rebels in a big mix the following season are in line to take over the family business for being a top player in the the middle.

Finally, Ole Miss fans will either view this video as a beautiful point in time at which Arch Manning first revealed his master plan, or a cruel hoax that misled them. We’ll have to wait to find out what the situation really is.

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