Ole Rebel Blog – Your Own Grove of Ole Miss Sports

Former Ole Miss Recruiting Coordinator Caught Deciphering Plays for Alabama

bama

Tyler Siskey, head of student relations and recruiting for the University of Alabama, used to hold the same job at Ole Miss. After leaving Ole Miss for Tuscaloosa at the end of the 2012 season, Siskey was in the press box for the Rebel vs Tide matchup this past Saturday. Such a good act of character, Tyler.

Siskey also had binoculars and was caught on camera looking at the Ole Miss play cards and was telling Bama’s defensive coordinator the call since he knew the Rebel’s plays. Just more rule breaking from our neighbors to the East.

Direction violation: NCAA Article 11: Conduct and Employment of Athletics Personnel:

11.7.2.1 Exceptions to Number Limits FBS - No individual other than coaches designated to fill the coaching categories set forth in Bylaw 11.7.2 may participate in any manner in the coaching of the intercollegiate team of a member institution during any football game, practice or other organized activity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLbSl1ulPXI

Drake Logan
AreHughReady
@drakelogan

About author

  • Brad

    The "coaching box" is an area on the field. The people who are permitted in the coaching box are defined in the NCAA Football Rules & Interpretations book.

    The NCAA does not define who can be in the press box.

    The Rule Book prohibits RECORDING the opposing team's signals, but not VIEWING them.

    Please cite specific rules that Alabama violated.

    http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/

    • Joel

      Only coaches are allowed in the coaching box. Siskey is not a coach. He is a director. Here's my proof in the rules if you still don't believe me. http://gyazo.com/ffdbe950c798b6c1f3b4c320db04a0c0

      • secfan

        Correct, only coaches are allowed in the coaching box. Siskey was NOT in the coaching box, he was in the press box. These are not the same thing. Not a violation. I can't stand Alabama, but I also can't stand teams (fans) making dumb excuses for a loss.

        • http://olerebelblog.com AreHughReady

          Wasn't making an excuse for the loss. Simply pointing out what Siskey did. Never claimed that if the contrary occurred that OM would've won.

          • secfan

            You did not, the rest of your fan base posting about this is using it as an excuse. It's unbearable.

            Anyway, might want to edit the article since him being in the press box really wasn't an ncaa violation.

          • Rebels07

            Since you are being so correct, You might want to edit your remark. "You did not, the rest of your fan base posting about this is using it as an excuse. It’s unbearable." The rest of the fan base is not making an excuse… Only a few, most of us have moved on and are waiting to take it to the next game… We are The Ole Miss Rebels and we will follow the team win or lose.

          • Anonymous

            He wasnt supposed to be coaching sibce he is an administrator

          • Brad

            He wasn't coaching;he was consulting. :-)

            Anyway, I think we'veestablished that this entire post is BS and should probably be deleted.

            Go beat Auburn.

          • bamagal71

            Really??? A recruiting coordinater knows their plays??? He has nothing to do with the coaching aspects of the game nor would he know their plays!

        • Joel

          You do realize the coaching box is also the pres box right?

          • Brad

            No, Joel, it isn't.

            Look in the rulebook. I even gave you the page numbers.

      • Brad

        Look up the definition of the Coaching Box on page FR-16 (19th page of the PDF) in the NCAA Football Rules & Interpretations book.

        http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/

        There is a diagram of the Coaching box on page FR-124 (PDF page 127) of the Rule Book.

        • http://olerebelblog.com AreHughReady

          11.7.2.1 Exceptions to Number Limits FBS – No individual other than coaches designated to fill the coaching categories set forth in Bylaw 11.7.2 may participate in any manner in the coaching of the intercollegiate team of a member institution during any football game, practice or other organized activity, with the following exceptions:

          • Brad

            He wasn't coaching. He wasn't communicating with any players.

            Coaching requires a pupil. He was advising a coach, not coaching a player.

          • Brad

            Siskey held the same position at Ole Miss.

            By your interpretation, he was not a coach there, either.

            So why would he know the signs? Does Freeze just teach them to anyone who asks?

        • http://olerebelblog.com AreHughReady

          11.7.2.1 Exceptions to Number Limits FBS – No individual other than coaches designated to fill the coaching categories set forth in Bylaw 11.7.2 may participate in any manner in the coaching of the intercollegiate team of a member institution during any football game, practice or other organized activity, with the following exceptions:

      • Aubu

        Pathetic! They have people reading lips to get a advantage in the game! Who even cares? Nice post to get some attention.

        Auburn Fan!

    • Miles

      its always someone else's fault. Would like some Cheese with that whine?

      • Brad

        You misinterpret the rules, I correct you, and I'm the whiner?!

        Is it physically painful to be that damn stupid?

    • Anonymous

      So much cry here. Y'all aren't as good as you hoped and you lost.

      Typical ole miss ignorance.

      • Brad

        The site says this is in reply to me. Either you clicked the wrong Reply button, or you didn't read what I wrote.

  • Rodney Robertson

    Freeze changed the signals in the offseason. That aside, anytime you hold up your plays on a huge freaking board on the sideline, don't be surprised when someone figures them out. No way Freeze is dumb enough to hold up last year's plays. They would've been deciphered through film study.

    • Kurt

      Prezactly. It's pee wee football league. Hey, we have these new fangled things called hand signals only been around for decades, instead of holding up giant-sized flash cards for your QB to decipher

      • Anonymous

        Bo can't read!!! But Bo sure knows pictures……. Especially if they been colored on!!

        • Anonymous

          It's sad to see grown people act like this… Everybody chill out!!!!

  • Kurt

    You put your signals on about a 5 foot by 3 foot plasterboard for all to see. You don't think anyone is ever going to figure that mickey mouse nonsense out?

    • Brad

      THIS

  • RMFT

    LMFAO!!!! That's the best you can come up with?????!!!!! LMFAO!!!!

  • Keith Bell

    Did they really think by beating Texas they stood a chance against Alabama???Maybe they should blame ESPN for actually saying they had

    a chance……..ROLL TIDE ROLL!

    • Anonymous

      Cheaters!!

    • Anonymous

      Cheaters!!

      • Brad

        Liars!!

      • Brad

        Liars!!

  • Libel

    Someone apparently thinks that posting to a "blog" is sufficient defense against getting his rear end sued. I would find it deeply amusing if he took you to court and simply brutalized you with legal fees. He doesn't even need to sue you for that much, just enough to force you to engage him in court and prove your allegation.

  • http://none Chris

    wouldn't you think that all teams change signals and codes for plays from game to game it would make sense to me and as you could see bama was shielding their plays as you would think ole miss would have done bama was prepared and was the better team the question I would ask if I were a reb fan is why not kick field goals and get points on the board poor coaching decision on their part bama has won 3 out of the last 4 national championships that's what they do hell why not do what they do??? copy

  • Wow

    So you are saying that it was a recruiting coordinator that gave Alabama such a big advantage. . . Wow. . . Big WOW!

  • Wade

    I would have done the same. We did it in youth football. Had a spy watching the other coaches signals. Is it not done in most sports? Baseball, NFL etc…..

  • Anonymous

    Ole miss went in to big headed an cocky. Got that butt whipped! An now wants to blame everybody else! Every team has a loss eventually get over learn from your mistake an do better next game!

  • Derek

    Well, It didn't really help em that much. I guess all of the dropped balls and incomplete passes such were a result of Bama knowing the plays as well. Pathetic!

  • RJ

    Ole Miss changed the signals http://coachingsearch.com/article?a=Explaining-Ty

  • Andrew

    Wait, so you're saying that a recruiting coordinator not wearing a headset was able to communicate to another person wearing a headset in the press box who was able to then communicate it to Kirby Smart on the field who was then able to change the play all within about 5-10 seconds and over the noise of Bryant Denny?

    #olemisslogic

    • Anonymous

      Lol damn sounds like somebody is a bunch of pussy sore losers and will make up any excuse for not being able to put a single point on the scoreboard

  • BaeBae Tedford

    Really? Y'all m'fers have done lost y'all minds…. For one – they are Alabama, y'all are Ole Mrs. One is a football powerhouse, the other is just a bunch of pompous wannabes stuck in the 50's. There's a reason that Ole Mrs hasn't done anything in football since electricity was invented. Bama didn't need y'alls signals to whoop the Bears out of the stadium. Plus, Freeze himself even said that he changed all of the signals once Siskey left. Again, y'all have gone over the edge….way beyond delusional.

    Y'all are seriously the most whiny, bitchy fan base in the world, and I ain't even close to joking. Get with reality and realize where y'all stand in the world of college football…..it ain't nowhere near the top, either.

  • Cran Berry

    "Siskey also had binoculars and was caught on camera looking at the Ole Miss
    play cards"
    How can you prove exactly what he was looking at? Never seen a fanbase cry about something so idiotic. There are NO rules about how many coaches or other personnel can be in the press box.

    • donald

      I guess the logic is binoculars used to gasp!… look down at the field = cheating. Makes sense to me.

    • Brad

      Even if we assume he was using the binoculars to look at the signs, OLE MISS WAS HOLDING UP BIG-ASS SIGNS OF THEIR PLAYS.

  • donald

    So we have Ole Miss experts that #1 can study the angle of the binoculars to know he was stealing signals? That is amazing. Funny thing is I go to all the games and see all sorts of old guys "stealing signals" with binoculars. Oh wait… maybe they are just watching the game.

  • donald

    I have as much proof that he was staring at a nice pair of jugs in the front row as the author has that he was staring at Ole Miss's signals.

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    Yeah your right. Looks like he's telling the defense coordinator all about those nice tits in Row 10. Your right.

  • Brad

    What happened to all the comments?

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      We add a new an improved comment thread to the site. The previous comments on this post have not been deleted. I do not know why they are not showing. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  • Rocky Standridge

    Well ESPN did a story on that and said that your coaching staff at Ole Miss knew that might be an issue so they changed their signals for the game…… so what excuse would you like to use now?

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      No one has made an excuse. It is just Tide fans getting sensitive about a NCAA rule being broke during the game. This not happening wouldn't have changed the outcome.

      • Rocky Standridge

        There was no rule broke. The only thing broke was your teams spirit and obviously the fans as well

        • OleRebelBlog.com

          NCAA Rule 11.7.1.1.1

          • Rocky Standridge

            And according to people who actually know what they are talking about . They say there was NO RULE BROke. It was even said by a former coach who tried to do something similar that yall y'all are claiming that it's bbenefits are minute.quit crying and hope and pray you can beat the our little bro next week

  • Stanley Pitts

    No you're delusional. First, if they didn't need him, why was he up in the booth Einstein? Second it wasn't just the signals. He was reading lips of his former coach. He was looking at the substitution patterns. There are all kinds of tells other than just the playcards. Facts are that Saban has to cheat to win. He always has and always will. If there is a level playing field he is nothing.

    • Rocky Standridge

      Lol. Listen at yourself. Sound like a bumbling idiot.

    • Brad

      The difference between "cheating" and "outsmarting" is breaking the rules, which Saban didn't do.

    • BaeBae Tedford

      Man, your ilk is so funny. Guess what…it ain't 1950 anymore. Just because OM has been in the bottom half of the SEC for decades and won a friggin Compass Bowl (lmao!) doesn't make you some powerhouse over night. Bama would've kicked yalls teeth in regardless. And I wouldn't be talking about cheating after that recruiting class yall got – what blue chip recruit in his right mind would go play for a historically racist school with a horrible football program? And YET AGAIN, Freeze himself even said that he thought it might be an issue so he changed up the signals.

      Y'all are just little 13 year old pink-pants, penny loafer wearing girls who live in the past. Ya Ole Mrs, bud, get that…know your role and shut ya mouth, and let the big boys play big boy ball. You enjoy your little cripple fight with MSU, ya hear? lmao!!!

    • Scott Golden

      Stanley, you are a real punk.

  • Stanley Pitts

    The Alabammer motto" You cain't prove nuthin

  • Rocky Standridge

    If you were going to do a story on this I would have checked out the ESPN story before making yourself look like a crybaby. Your team talked junk but ddidn't really have the talent to back it up. Period

    • Stanley Pitts

      In Tuscaloosa I wouldn't be surprised if they had the communications bugged from the box to the field. Those are some serious cheaters over there.

      • Rocky Standridge

        Lol so I guess its safe to say your butt still hurts.

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      Typical Bama fan comment. Undermining a players comment of the confidence in his team. And use it as form of trash talking, so you can feel better about yourselves.

      • Rocky Standridge

        I feel great about myself. Saying that you wouldn't be surprised if we were cheating is showing confidence in your team?? Lol. Y'all are off your rocker.

      • Rocky Standridge

        So saying we have better receivers than A&M is just showing faith in your team not talking trash?? Lol. Wow.

        • Rocky Standridge

          Your team got shut out after all the hype about your no huddle and now its because a guy was lip reading. I'm sure you can't understand how dumbthat sounds but even ESPN is laughing st the fact you guys think this had anything to do with yalls pitiful play. Yet you do a whole article on it showing how sad you really are that your team is still just Ole MISS

  • Stanley Pitts

    He would never have been hired by sabear if he wasn't willing to sell out his team

  • Cry Me a River

    Waaaaaah! Hugh Freeze claimed to have changed the play calls….. If you can't win on the field, claim the other team cheated….. Classless Ole Miss.

  • Cry Me a River

    Nice, proving your point with a link that doesn't work….. classy.

  • Cry Me a River

    From Chris Low…. : But where the Crimson Tide really stuck it to the Rebels was with a little inside intel thanks to Tyler Siskey, Alabama’s assistant director of football operations. Siskey was on the Ole Miss staff last season as director of recruiting development. He was in the Alabama coaches' booth for the game with a set of binoculars, and even though Ole Miss changed up its signals, there weren’t many times that the Tide were fooled by what the Rebels were doing offensively. As ESPN analyst Todd Blackledge noted during the broadcast, Siskey’s knowledge of the Ole Miss offense was a big asset to an already imposing Alabama defense in its preparation for the game. The Tide might not have had the Rebels’ signals, but they were sure locked in to the Rebels’ tendencies on offense and played lights-out in shutting out a Hugh Freeze-coached team for the first time in his college career.

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    Oh I'm sorry Cry Me A River, here you go

    • Cry Me a River

      See below Old Rebel and educate thyself. I'm sure you know more than the former coach though…. soooo… keep crying.

    • Cry Me a River

      And still no link?

  • Cry Me a River

    From Pete Roussel: http://coachingsearch.com/article?a=Explaining-Ty

    To start, it’s important to know that Ole Miss’ offensive staff foresaw this issue all off-season and thus changed signals and line of scrimmage terminology since Siskey departed the staff last March.

    Having coached the wide receivers at Arkansas State under Freeze, Siskey, like every other college coach in the country would do, undoubtedly used his knowledge of Freeze’s formation, pass protection, and play-calling tendencies to help prepare the Alabama staff.

    But did he do anything wrong on game day? No.

    From experience, I can tell you the in-game impact couldn’t have been anything more than minute.

    Having worked for David Cutcliffe for five years at Ole Miss, I was in a similar situation as Siskey in 2006. On that particular day, I was coaching for the University of Memphis and Cutcliffe was back coordinating the offense at Tennessee. I basically told our defensive backs coach at Memphis through the headset the exact play Tennessee was fixing to run at least 50% of the plays in the first half after seeing the formation. To say the least, it didn’t help one darn bit.

    But a coach highly suspecting a particular play upon seeing the formation doesn’t help a defense unless the players can do something with that knowledge. Perhaps at the absolute most, Kirby Smart was able to check defenses a few times based on Siskey’s prediction of a particular scheme. In reality, that sounds good, but it just doesn’t happen like one may think. Siskey wasn’t even wearing headsets, which means he would needed to relay the information to someone in the box with headset who then communicate with Smart. Folks, that didn’t happen. In addition, what Siskey may have done is something any other coach that is willing to relentlessly prepare for an opponent is capable of doing.

    I once coached in a game where our staff not only had all of the defensive signals of the opponent, but we also had the defensive playbook. And we still couldn’t move the ball.

    If Siskey was able to take advantage of any Ole Miss signals, which is hard to imagine, then that blame would go on the Ole Miss staff 100%.

    The bottom line is there is no reason to think poorly about Siskey and think how (but you don’t know) he may have helped the Alabama staff.

    Was it advantageous to Nick Saban to have him on staff. Sure, no doubt. But did Siskey do anything wrong? No.

    Could Hugh Freeze have hired one of Alabama’s quality control assistants right after Saban hired Siskey? He could have. Was it necessary? No.

    Are Ole Miss fans making too big of a deal out of this situation? Yes.

    The combination of players, a lack of execution, and what Hugh Freeze described as a lack of answers against the Alabama defensive schematics (which included unusually wide alignments by defensive ends / OLB’s), decided that game on Saturday night.

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    Rocky, the kid didn't even say they were going to beat Bama, just said they would put points on them and they game would be close. You took that comment to personal, took this article too personal. Every Bama fan takes things too personally. I would know my dad sad to say is a Bama fan, as well as my older brother. Everything towards Bama is too personal.

  • Cry Me a River

    And besides what all the experts have written, even if he could have stolen signs which were supposedly changed….. Ole Miss is running the hurry up…. these sore losers are trying to claim that a former Ole Miss coach could steal a sign, relay it to a coach in the booth, who then relays it to Kirby Smart, who then checks to another play, all while the Ole Miss offense runs the hurry-up offense. Talk about a stretch….. I mean, come on. Keep crying.

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      coachingsearch.com didn't read the rule book.

      • Scott Golden

        you can take it out of your mouth now; I'm done.

  • donald

    Alabama hater motto
    If some whiney biotch on the internet says it's cheating, must be cheating

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    Your going to go by Pete Russel. Who apparently hasn't read the rule book before his post. Believe what you want. Truth of the matter is Bama won it is over. Was there an NCAA rule broke, yes. Siskey should have not been where he was at.

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      Even your coach said he was unaware if any rules were broken

    • Brad

      He wasn't coaching, and he wasn't in the Coaching Box. Therefore, no rules were broken.

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    From Nick Saban, "I don't why Tyler Siskey was in the coaches box. If he was not suppose to be there, I was unaware of it."

    • Brad

      That's not at all what Saban said. Search YouTube for Nick Saban Press Conference, and limit to Today. On the video I saw, it was 6 minutes in.

  • BaeBae Tedford

    Man you can't tell these morons anything. They can't get it through their thick skulls that they are fans of one of the most terrible football programs ever. They had to change their undies after learning of their Compass Bowl bid last year, for Christ's sake.

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    NCAA RULE 11.7.1.1.1: Institutional staff members involved in non coaching activities (e.g., administrative assistants, academic counselors) do not count in the institution's coaching limitations, provided such individuals are not identified as coaches, do not engage in any on- or off-field coaching activities (e.g., attending meetings involving coaching activities, analyzing videotape or film involving the institution's or an opponent's team), and are not involved in any off-campus recruitment of prospective student-athletes or scouting of opponents. A noncoaching staff member with sport-specific responsibilities may not participate with or observe student-athletes in the staff member's sport who are engaged in non organized voluntary athletically related activities (e.g., pick-up games). (Adopted: 1/16/93; Revised: 1/10/95, 12/13/05, 4/27/06 effective 8/1/06)

  • Thomp

    Freeze is on record prior to the game saying that all of Ole Miss' signals and play cards had been changed in light of Siskey working for Alabama. Stop being sore losers and admit you were simply beaten by a vastly superior team and you aren't nearly as good as you thought you were.

  • Cry Me a River

    So it is illegal to watch television and look at the signs the Ole Miss coaching staff hold up, then gameplan based on what formations they use when they use those signs? I mean, this is ridiculous. I mean, really.

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      No it is not illegal. All one of our writers stated in this post was that it was illegal for some one who is not apart of your coaching staff to do so.

      • BaeBae Tedford

        Well where in the hell is the proof that Sisky was scheming based on formations/signals and relaying it to the defense? Oh, I forgot, a shot of him holding binoculars at **GASP** a football game?!?! And talking to the people in the room with him?!?! OMG!!! He WAS relaying messages!!!!

        So, let me get this straight: Sisky was reading lips and deciphering signals that Freeze changed, relaying his findings to someone in the booth with him , then that person relays the message to the staff on the sideline, who then relays it to the players on the field…all while OM is running some gimmicky hurry-up offense. Does that sound right? Is that it?

        Makes perfect sense.

        • http://olerebelblog.com olerebelblogger

          Where is your proof he didn't.

  • Thomp

    If your plays can precisely be identified by substitution patterns, then your supposed offensive guru of a head coach isn't nearly as good as he's proclaimed to be. You wouldn't even need to have insider knowledge, you could just watch last week's game film.

    • Scott Golden

      You aren't substituting much with no-huddle offenses, you cry baby. You know you run a hurry up and sub infrequently but now you got your ass whipped and cry Bama cheated cause they were able to recognize substitutions. You are really stupid and biased. Wasn't Ole' Dis open to see our substitutions?

  • Cry Me a River

    Ole Miss fans should listen to their classy coach:

    If Siskey were coaching during the game, it would be a violation of NCAA bylaw 11.7.2, which states that Football Bowl Subdivision teams are limited to one head coach, nine assistant coaches and four graduate assistants who can coach during a game. Saban stressed that Siskey wasn't coaching, and Freeze said he had "confidence" that Alabama was playing by the book.

    "I don't think for one minute that Nick would put himself or his program at risk in doing something. I have confidence," Freeze said. "I don't want involved in something like that, that sounds like. They beat us, they lined up and beat us. I'm ready to move on to Auburn."

  • Benjamin Smith

    -You know Alabama has some of our former staff on their side now.

    =Well then, we'd better change up our signs and play cards. I mean, that's the whole point of them right?

    -Nah, I wouldn't worry about that.

  • Cry Me a River

    Yeah, typical blogger, changing what Saban said a little to make it sound like something it is not: "He didn't really assist in the game plan. He wasn't on the headset, didn't talk to anybody during the game," Saban said at his Monday press conference. "I don't know if there's any rule that says he can't go in the press box and watch the game. He wasn't in any different position than he's ever been in any game."

  • Drake

    11.7.2.1 Exceptions to Number Limits FBS – No individual other than coaches designated to fill the coaching categories set forth in Bylaw 11.7.2 may participate in any manner in the coaching of the intercollegiate team of a member institution during any football game, practice or other organized activity. – See more at: http://olerebelblog.com/former-ole-miss-recruitin

    • Brad

      It really is so sad watching you try to make something out of this. First it was your misunderstanding of the definition of the Coaching Box, then it was your incorrect assumption that the use of binoculars was prohibited, now this. Honestly, guys, it's pathetic.

  • OleRebelBlog.com

    So Bama fans, answer this…If Tyler Siskey was there to watch the game. Why did he need binoculars? I sat higher than that level at last years game. It's a great view from an amazing stadium. You don't need binoculars from that view to see the game well.

    • Cry Me a River

      The simple fact of the matter, is there is no way that without a headset, he could relay to someone next to him, who then relays to Kirby Smart, who then checks to a different defense, all within the time frame allotted by the hurry-up offense ran by Ole Miss.
      And I see a lot of people, at EVERY game I've ever attended, in all sorts of seats, use binoculars… young and old. You really are defending a position that is indefensible. It is ridiculous.

      • Cry Me a River

        The good-sport thing to do, is man up, tip your hat to Bama, and move on, stating that the better team won on the field. But instead, you cry "THEY CHEATED…." You have a great team, and are an ever-improving team. Congratulations. You will be competitive again next year. But this article is poor sportsmanship at its finest.

        • http://olerebelblog.com olerebelblogger

          Our site has tipped our hat to Bama for the win in plenty of other articles. You must have not read them. This article was for sure entertainment. It was an interesting topic one of our writers chose to post out of entertainment.

        • OleRebelBlog.com

          Our site has tipped our hat to Bama for the win in plenty of other articles. You must have not read them. This article was for sure entertainment. It was an interesting topic one of our writers chose to post out of entertainment.

          • Cry Me a River

            Well, old-school journalism requires collaborating what you write with actual facts. This article does not do that. As such, it should have a big disclaimer posted on it, reading: "FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. NO ACTUAL FACTS IN THIS ARTICLE."

          • OleRebelBlog.com

            Yes we are fully aware of that. That is why it clearly states on our site that each article is of that writer's own opinion.

          • Cry Me a River

            I looked at the home page, and this article… I can't find that disclaimer. I did see the word "news" though. Credibility used to be a big deal, and is becoming more of a big deal. I haven't been injured by this article, but a defamation suit is a heck of a thing to defend. If I were Bama….. I might consider suit.

          • Cry Me a River

            Always suspect a statement that says "clearly…."

          • Cry Me a River

            Well, I've stated my piece. I'll not return, because this site "clearly" lacks credibility. Enjoy the 1 or 2 actually Rebel fans that visit.

          • BaeBae Tedford

            Well, they only have 1 or 2 fans in all as it is. Would you choose to be a fan of OM? The only school in the Western division who has never clinched a title in it? The school who claims 3 fictitious national championships that about 15 other schools claim those same years? The school that founded its identity on a sect of people who thought slavery was acceptable, and to the point they LOST a war over it? A school that uses a nickname with ties to slavery? ("Ole MIss" is what slaves called the wife of a plantation owner) A school that is an expert on crappy football? A school that goes batshit crazy after beating MSU in the Egg Bowl?

            You have to be a grade-A moron and/or a glutton for punishment to be a fan of Ole Mrs.

          • OleRebelBlog.com

            Yeah, like every other sports blog. Try reading our About Us Page

          • Cry Me a River

            But you said "clearly." Having to click on another post is not "clearly." It displays a lack of credibility.

          • OleRebelBlog.com

            It does not. How is it not clearly there. It's there. I'm sorry you don't see who it is from, before you read it. If you have any concerns from another site in future and want to argue with them, I would hope you learn about them first. Our site is not a site backed with no credibility. In fact, we have other policies set for this site, for example, to protect you as the reader and is all backed by our sponsors. I hope you enjoy our site. Your always welcomed back.
            That goes for the rest of you Bammers.

          • Cry Me a River

            For instance, this statement is a complete and utter lie, as without a headset on, Siskey could not tell the defensive coordinator, Kirby Smart anything…. without telepathy…..:

            Siskey also had binoculars and was caught on camera looking at the Ole Miss play cards and was telling Bama’s defensive coordinator the call since he knew the Rebel’s plays. Just more rule breaking from our neighbors to the East.

            Kirby Smart was on the field… Siskey was in the booth…..

          • Scott Golden

            Sisky was looking for his wife who had gone across to speak to some old friends.

    • Scott Golden

      waggghhh…wagghhh, wagghhhh…..waggghh!!!!!

  • Cry Me a River

    Edited. My mistake.

  • John

    Alabama will go down eventually and I promise you the Ole Miss will be better then them next year.. A team of freshman at Ole Miss kept Alabama from scoring a single touchdown the entire first half.. Freshman.. The number 1 team in the nation can't score a touchdown against some freshman on the 21st team in the nation???? I am a MSU fan and don't like Ole Miss but if Alabama was the "Powerhouse" you say then they should have done alot better against the freshman team.. You are what gives Alabama fans a bad name and who are YOU to talk shit for a team that you don't even play on???????

    • BaeBae Tedford

      Hahahahahahahahaha…..Ole Miss won't stay "better" than anybody for long, even if they are somehow better that Bama next year.

      • John

        Ok

    • Scott Golden

      Bama started Allen at DE, Robinson at DT, Jackson at CB, Howard at TE and Black at reciever = all freshmen…now what was your crybaby ole mrs. ass talking about? Your fanbase is crying in every aspect, play call stealing, freshmen, name calling UA fans, seeing substitution..I mean do you ever stop this low end low caliber ole mrs stuff? unreal. Your freshmen were the same ones running their mouths before the game, now you are, lololololol…Bahahahahahha

      • John

        ok

        • BaeBae Tedford

          OM is just too poor, only have about 10 fans, and reside in a state that has a low population, is dead last in nearly every category, and has 2 other FBS schools (MSU and Southern Miss) to compete with.

          • John

            HAHA what a troll!! I thought we were talking about football?? Not how you have no life and like to argue about something completely IRRELEVANT HAHA wow thank you for that..

          • OleRebelBlog.com

            Some Bammers just know how to ruin the fun.

          • Scott Golden

            Yes, that would have been all 22 of them on the field creaming yalls crybaby asses. You are really a great example of your sissified, half hearted fan base – your players talk trash before the game and get spanked by big bad Crimson Daddy and not your fboyfanbase cries this trash.

          • BaeBae Tedford

            I don't have a life? What about the goober that wrote up this garbage? The garbage that you and every other pea-brained OM dolt is just eating up. I can't change the fact that OM is a terrible football program that has fans that must make excuses when their feelings get hurt, but it sure is fun to watch your ilk cry and kick like a 13 year old girl.

          • John

            Still a MSU fan you stupid inbred Alabama no life assholes…. Excuse me if this comment is offensive but baebae tedford and scott golden obviously cant read.. And obviously care more about arguing then actually being an alabama fan… I am an MSU fan and I do NOT like Ole Miss.. I was simply making a valid point and you guys blew it way out of proportion.. Grow up guys.. I just posted on here because I dislike alabama more then I dislike ole miss

          • BaeBae Tedford

            MSU fan…..yeah right. Nice try, bud. You aren't fooling a soul on here.

          • John

            Haha ok

          • Scott Golden

            No, apparantly we were talking about whiney ass Ole Miss fans crying and not taking a whipping when you get one. Yall are a pitiful fanbase. It shows right now.

          • John

            Haha I am a MSU fan if you can read!!!!! and just another bama troll talking shit for what again??? You are stupid scott.. You give people in general a bad name… I am a fucking MSU fan

          • BaeBae Tedford

            Yeah right. You're just another OM crybaby. Even if you are indeed an MSU fan (which you aren't), enjoy your little slap fight with OM. I hear they're changing the name of the Egg Bowl to the Biggest Midget Bowl.

          • John

            Still don't care no life kid

          • BaeBae Tedford

            Hey, no life? You're the OM crybaby on here posing as an MSU fan. I bet you get all the ladies, huh?

          • OleRebelBlog.com

            Is this Harvey Updyke?

          • Scott Golden

            It wouldn't matter if it was, you still got your ass creamed and goosegged talking all that trash, not you are crying all this trash…yall just never shut your stupid mouths = goes to show your low end fan base.

      • John

        ok

    • BaeBae Tedford

      Hahahahahahahahaha…..Ole Miss won’t stay “better” than anybody for long, even if they are somehow better that Bama next year.

    • rocky

      John your team sucks. You don't play for Ole miss either. Shut up you sound stupid but what should we expect. You know what gives ole miss fans a bad name? YY'all suck. You never have and never will be better than Obama,

  • Its You

    ESPN is for Bama like MSNBC is for Obama…….

    • Scott Golden

      …and…

  • dell peoples

    true bama alway cheated

  • Pingback: Has Bama Been Spying? - VolNation

  • Scott Golden

    you mad cause yall got your ass spanked. You sound sissy just like ole piss'trash talking players.

  • Scott Golden

    Why would coach Freeze keep the same exact signal calls knowing one of his coaches left to a better program that he knew he was playing? YOu are stupid as all these other ole mrs. fans sound. YOu are an idiot.

  • Scott Golden

    you're an idiot

  • Scott Golden

    lol

  • Scott Golden

    I will be glad when you catch your flight back home to San Francisco, you sissified wannabe. Just take your beating like a man. Your boyfriend says you do at it.

  • Scott Golden

    Sisky was looking for his wife who had gone across to speak to some old friends from Ole Mrs.

  • Scott Golden

    lol…they're stupid, Brad.

  • Scott Golden

    Sisky was just looking for his wife who had gone across to speak to some old friends.

  • Scott Golden

    Ok, then I suppose we are also talking about sissy, whiney, cry baby MSU fans too! Thanks for sharing….

  • BaeBae Tedford

    So you're telling me that bringing binoculars to a football game is some sort of odd practice? Regardless of seating arrangement? If you're questioning the use of binoculars at a football game, then I'm gonna assume that you haven't been to many football games. No, I'm gonna go ahead and assume that you've NEVER been to a football game.

  • Joe Worsham

    Really ? If Bama doesn't need stolen playbooks , etc. then why do they do it? Oh I get it, they are lowlife scumbags who need the practice to graduate basket weaving to get a degree from Bama. Why you whining punk? Caught cheating your sorry butts to another victory?

    • BaeBae Tedford

      Basket Weaving? How about ol' Jerrell Powe? Is he coloring inside the lines yet?

  • Stace Lynn

    To bad Old MIss coach has more class than the Fans obviously Alabama did nothing wrong hell the Mississippi coach even said he was not going to the NCAA over this so yea obviously its a bunch of BS. You talked trash and could not back it up so now your making up LIES and EXCUSES OH BOBO couldn't back his tweets up and Alabama beat that butt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Right now Old Miss is the laughing stock of the football community by making excuses. Learn to play with the Big Boys or take your whipping with dignity.. ROLL TIDE ON TO 16 why Old Miss continues to whine and bitch.

  • Drake

    Oh yeah I'm sure he was just looking at some birds…

    • OleRebelBlog.com

      No Drake… Scott Golden informed us he was looking for his wife. That explains the shouting from him in the video, when he lowered the binoculars, because she walked out of the stadium with another man.

    • Danny Bowen

      Cause no one brings binoculars to a football game.. nobody.. You should go to a football game before you die, it would be nice for you to see.

  • Danny Bowen

    Please Ole Miss, I was just starting to have a little respect for you.. don't ruin that by becoming crybabies.. Please.. there is still time.

  • Danny Bowen

    Are you kidding me? Maybe he doesn't have EAGLE EYE vision like you do and wants to see plays up close?

  • Danny Bowen

    So what you are saying is that you are an entertainment blog, not in any way to be trusted as truthful or anything.. You are closer to the Onion than CNN? Can you put that disclaimer somewhere so people can stop listening to you now?

  • Danny Bowen

    HAHA, funny joke.. as you said, this is satire.

  • Danny Bowen

    unaware doesn't mean rules were broken.. or is that a difficult concept?

  • Scott Golden
  • Scott Golden
  • crimson37

    John? do you play for Ole Miss, No, oh ok so in your logic i guess you should shut the f**k up as well huh.

    • John

      According to my logic.. for another bama fan who cant read.. I did not talk shit.. I made a valid point.. Did not call anybody a whiner a 13 year old, no wannabees and no bitches and did not talk about the fan base.. I mean am I seriously talking to actual people on this site who know what they are talking about?? Or a couple of kids who like to talk shit about nothing??? Sounds like kindergarten shit to me.. And its just you 3.. not every alabama fan..

  • Brad

    4th quarter, down 16, 4th & 5 from the Alabama 13, 4 receiver set.

    At that point, only 5 of Ole Miss’s 20 rush attempts had gained at least 5 yards.

    OF COURSE IT WAS A PASS

    After Siskey said “It’s a pass,” the guy beside him would’ve had to have told Smart, who would’ve had to tell CJ, who would have to ensure the rest of the defense knew.

    In under six seconds.

    In those six seconds, Alabama’s defensive formation did not change.

    Siskey wasn't coaching; he was helping record play calls.

  • rocky

    Well y'all lost to Alabama's little sister. What ex staff member is over there for you to blame that one on. II'll tell you ole Miss problem… the offense sucks.

  • http://iphoneware.com/php/new/ cheap green coffee

    Every man thinks his own geese swans
    cheap green coffee http://iphoneware.com/php/new/

  • Pingback: TrackBack

  • Pingback: Trackback

ORB is Partnered With:

Close
Please support the site
By clicking any of these buttons you help our site to get better