Fans throw debris onto field after overturned call in Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss

Fans throw debris onto field after overturned call in mississippi state vs. Ole miss

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After a call was overturned in Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss, fans threw debris onto the field.

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