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Elijah Moore’s dog pee celebration costs Ole Miss in Egg Bowl against Mississippi State

first_imgAlso Read | Nate Diaz Has A Major Compliment For Bitter UFC Rival Conor McGregor 9 months ago Ole Miss backtracks on conservative speaker’s cancellation Last Updated: 29th November, 2019 14:32 IST Elijah Moore’s Dog Pee Celebration Costs Ole Miss In Egg Bowl Against Mississippi State Elijah Moore committed unsportsmanlike conduct and costs his team in their game against the Mississippi State on Thursday. Watch the video and fans reactions SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By Danish Ansari COMMENT First Published: 29th November, 2019 14:32 IST WATCH US LIVEcenter_img LIVE TV Also Read | Deontay Wilder Unhappy With Mike Tyson Post Luis Ortiz FightOle Miss coach opens up on their loss to the Mississippi StateAfter the match, Ole Miss coach Matt Luke opened up on the situation and expressed his disappointment as he spoke to the reporters. He said that this is not what his team is about and that they have remained disciplined all year. Speaking of Elijah Moore, he further added that he is a good kid who simply got caught up in the moment. While his misconduct may have sparked some controversy, the fans decided to have a good laugh around it. The Egg Bowl rivalry game between Ole Miss and Mississippi State often leads players to taunt their opponents, similar to what the Ole Miss player Elijah Moore did on Thursday night (Friday morning IST). With America enjoying Thanksgiving through the weekend, Elijah Moore would not be having much fun for his actions which involved crawling along the end zone and lifting his leg up in the air in the middle of the field and pretending to pee like a dog.Also Read | UFC Faces Eminem Curse; Fan Creates Compelling Theory To Prove It WE RECOMMEND Also Read | Watch Nate Diaz And Nick Diaz Lead The Most Infamous BRAWL In MMA HistoryOle Miss loses as Mississippi State receiver Elijah Moore celebrates a TD by pretending to pee like a dogIt was no surprise that his unsportsmanlike conduct on-field did not impress the referees who decided to penalise the player immediately. The push back in distance contributed negatively to Ole Miss as they were hit with a 15-yard penalty which pushed the kick to tie the game back to the 25-yard line. Kicker Luke Logan pushed his kick to the right and sprayed the 35-yard attempt which ultimately allowed the Mississippi State to secure a wild 21-20 win over their rival. FOLLOW US 9 months ago Burrow throws 5 TDs, No. 1 LSU beats Mississippi 58-37last_img read more