Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker thinks former Ole Miss QB Eli Manning needs a campus statue...
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Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker thinks former Ole Miss QB Eli Manning needs a campus statue...



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Did more research. Wicker and Archie Manning are members of the same Sigma Nu fraternity at Ole Miss. Wicker is two years younger than Archie, but they were at Ole Miss at the same time. What a shock. But good ol' Archie and his family are humble people who never seek accolades or attention, at least if you ask them and their friends in the media.
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I mean, the senator must be friends with Archie. That's the only thing I can figure.
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What did Eli Manning do at Ole Miss?
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For screwing up LSU qbs for years at the Manning Passing Academy, but he is 2-0 vs Brady in the big one.
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LOL. Yes! Do it, sharks!
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I think the border wall gets built first.
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frick no!
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The Ballad of Eli Who?
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F Eli F Archie F Ole Piss
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With him holding a box of chocolates.
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I like the guy but, I don’t think a statue is in order. He did accomplish things that are rarely seen at Oke Miss but, everything’s relative
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Ole*
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Well, they have to cling to something..
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An all time self sacker.
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Will the statue have dumb face ?
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No
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Well he did win 2 Super Bowls.
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Have him falling down with lineman’s foot on his to preserve the Tigers’ victory
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Definitely not for his accomplishments in college. I’m not sure how much of an ambassador he’s been for the university since.
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There needs to be a law that prohibits statues of people who haven't died yet. Waaaaay too much hero worship. Saban/Shaq, et al.... We're such an impetuous culture.
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Will it be of him falling down?
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