After Ole Miss upset LSU 27-24 Saturday night, players hoisted the Magnolia Bowl Trophy for the first time since 2009 and broke it. Before...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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THis game has always been a good one. My whole life this one has usually come down to the 4th qtr. One of those don't miss. Reminds me of Georgia and Florida. Probably underrated as to how competitive it usually is.
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That game had a name? haha
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The Magnolia Bowl trophy hasn't given us any great moments like "WE GOT DAT WOOD," though.
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Like ironhead said, this was a real rivalry.. more so than arky
Reply49 months
At least it's not an attempt to force a rivalry like LSU/Ark. At one point and time LSU/OM were legitimate rivals. I'd rather have trophy for the winner of LSU/OM rather than LSU/Arky.
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wait... there's a trophy?
Reply49 months
Thank god. Maybe now it can die a quiet death.
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I noticed the flower rotate when they lifted the trophy
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not broken. The Magnolia itself is removable
Reply49 months
Someone's got a sweet new necklace accessory.
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