Arkansas Fan Responds to Loss With Worst SEC Video Possible

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Y’all make every day on Twitter fun. Because as soon as an Arkansas Razorback fan pins up her nose and sings about the Louisiana-Monroe loss, I see it instantly.

You thought your team had a rough day?

At least you didn’t lose to Louisiana-Monroe while wearing a hog hat.

And at least if your team lost you didn’t pin up your nose and sing a song about standing behind your team.

Even John L. Smith thinks this is crazy.

Hell, even the Arkansas tattoo guy thinks this is crazy.


(FYI, you can click pause on the videos on the right side of the screen. Although I’m not sure you’ll want to once you hear this lady singing).

Okay, who ya got, this creepy Arkansas fan or this creepy Bama fan singing “Call Me Maybe.”


Written by Clay Travis

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Travis is a graduate of George Washington University as well as Vanderbilt Law School. Based in Nashville, he is the author of Dixieland Delight, On Rocky Top, and Republicans Buy Sneakers Too.