Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin was greeted with a refrain of boos when he stepped onto Neyland Stadium earlier than his Rebels took on Tennessee in an SEC matchup Saturday evening.

By the tip of the evening, the boos become one thing extra chaotic.

Oct 16, 2021; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; Tennessee Volunteers head coach Josh Heupel (facing camera) and Mississippi Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin meet at mid field after a game at Neyland Stadium.

Oct 16, 2021; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; Tennessee Volunteers head coach Josh Heupel (going through digicam) and Mississippi Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin meet at mid field after a sport at Neyland Stadium.
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With 54 seconds left, Tennessee fans reacted to a foul spot of the soccer by throwing trash onto the field. Kiffin was pelted with a golf ball whereas water bottles and even mustard littered the sidelines.

Ole Miss gamers had been pressured to step onto the field as the sport was delayed whereas officers tried to regain management of the gang. The Tennessee band and cheerleaders had been additionally pressured to go away as the debris rained down.

Kiffin stored the golf ball and confirmed it off as play began to get again underway.

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Oct 16, 2021; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; Mississippi Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin on the field before the game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium.

Oct 16, 2021; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; Mississippi Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin on the field earlier than the sport in opposition to the Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium.
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Ole Miss was capable of cease the Tennessee drive within the closing seconds.

As Kiffin was leaving the field with a police escort, fans had been ready for him as he walked into the tunnel. A video confirmed one Volunteers fan screaming “f— you Lane Kiffin, f— you!”

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He waved to the gang and impressively caught a water bottle that was thrown from the stands – a poor play from whoever threw the trash with a handful of officers standing proper there. He then took off his Ole Miss visor and threw it into the gang and walked away.

Mississippi running back Snoop Conner (24) scores a touchdown as he's hit by Tennessee defensive lineman Da'Jon Terry (95) and defensive lineman Ja'Quain Blakely (48) during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021, in Knoxville, Tenn.

Mississippi working again Snoop Conner (24) scores a landing as he is hit by Tennessee defensive lineman Da’Jon Terry (95) and defensive lineman Ja’Quain Blakely (48) through the first half of an NCAA school soccer sport Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021, in Knoxville, Tenn.
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Ole Miss gained the sport 31-26.