Chaos erupted at Thursday evening’s Egg Bowl between state rivals the College of Mississippi and Mississippi State after a battle erupted on the sector on the finish of the third quarter that ultimately led to participant ejections.

Ole Miss appeared to attain a landing on the ultimate play of the quarter when extensive receiver A.J. Brown crossed the objective line. Brown and Mississippi State participant Johnathan Abram had been each holding tightly to the ball as Ole Miss celebrated their seemingly massive play.

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A number of moments later, gamers began shoving one another after the play. The battle spilled over throughout the top zone with a number of punches thrown. Two gamers had been seen grabbing one another’s facemasks. Each benches emptied onto the sector earlier than order was restored. Coaches from each side tried to rally their gamers to their revered sidelines.

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Brown’s landing was ultimately known as again as a result of time had expired within the third quarter.

The referees made a novel ruling and stated each participant on each groups all acquired an unsportsmanlike penalty. Nevertheless, 4 gamers had been ejected — Mississippi State cornerback Cameron Dantzler, linebacker Willie Homosexual, Jr. and cornerback Jamal Peters, and Ole Miss defensive again C.J. Moore. Homosexual was ejected as a result of he already dedicated one other unsportsmanlike penalty earlier within the sport.

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The tense scenario spilled over to the soccer employees, too.

Mississippi Right this moment reported the groups’ athletic administrators — Ross Bjork of Ole Miss and John Cohen of Mississippi State — exchanged phrases following the sport. The athletic administrators’ verbal battle reportedly began after Mississippi State tried to plant their faculty flag on the 50-yard line after defeating Ole Miss 35 to three.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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