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According to HottyToddy.com, after Ole Miss upset Alabama on Saturday night, a Crimson Tide fan sucker punched 22-year-old Ole Miss student, Ryan Moore, breaking his jaw in two places...
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According to Moore, Ryan was walking to his car with a group of friends in downtown Tuscaloosa 30 minutes after the game. They were celebrating the win shouting “Hotty Toddy” and (allegedly) an irate Alabama fan blindsided Ryan (who didn’t see the punch coming) between Salon 5 and Pizza Hut.

The Alabama fan is described as a white male with salt and pepper hair, weighing about 220 pounds, with an athletic build. He was wearing a dark-colored Alabama shirt and jeans and was walking with a woman and two little girls.




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BarberitosDawg104 months
That's pretty fricked up even if the student was being obnoxious, blindsiding someone and in front of children like that is a punk thing to do. Karma will get him eventually ten fold.
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MaroonNation104 months
Talk shite? Get hit!
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I guess there's always the chance that the Ole miss kid was taunting the children too. Maybe he deserved it. Stay classy Ole miss.
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"was walking with a woman and two little girls."

Training the next generation of Harvey Updykes. Stay classy Bama.
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RealityTiger104 months
I'm sure Ryan was simply yelling Hotty Toddy to his friends and guy walks up and sucker punches him...

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Geaux Tahel104 months
Stay classy Gumps
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justausedcarguy104 months
There's definitely more to this story than ol glass jaw is telling.
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DoubleDown104 months
Not talking about killing trees or teabagging people. That's inexcusable. Talking about a fight, which is what this story does.
But I'm sure fights never happen at LSU after football games, right?

LINK
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mkibod1104 months
"This story happens at every university, every weekend." While this story might, Im still not aware of another fanbase that kills its own for not taking a loss seriously enough.
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jonboy104 months
Seriously though - either the Bama fan has fists like Sonny Liston or the Ole Miss fan has a jaw like Glass Joe from Mike Tyson's punch out.
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Herman Frisco104 months
Maybe it was not a sucker punch but a promise he didn't see coming.
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bencoleman104 months
This is why nobody likes gumps. At least they're consistent with their sorriness
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Thracken13104 months
"Shouldn't be too tough to find. Now if they would have said "overweight female with more kids than teeth" good luck"

if this was about Auburn, i would have sworn you described Tammy
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beachbum104 months
Alabama fans...this is why everybody hates you. You're the most consistently classless fans in the SEC whether you win or lose. Argue all you want...your actions speak louder than words. And to the "everybody has those type of fans" crowd...that's garbage. Tree-killing, tea-bagging, sucker-punching chumps.
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DoubleDown104 months
Jesus, this is a fight that happened after a game. There were easily 5 of these a night up by the Houndstooth back in the day.
But yea, Alabama fans are the only trashy ones. This story happens at every university, every weekend.
Yawn.
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HailFreezusOver104 months
He s lucky that's all he got it. He deserved it. This happens at all Sec schools, that makes it okay.
-Alabama fans
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Ansu Sesay104 months
Who took a picture of this guy in the hospital for all to see? Thats kinda fricked. Unless, he wanted it released.
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Born in BR104 months
Teabag 'em when Bama wins and punch 'em out when Bama loses.
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Brosef Stalin17104 months
Hard to believe the victim was walking with a "group of friends" and the assaulter was with a woman and two little girls and got away with it...

Shitty friends if he got away
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Dignan104 months
The Bama fan apologized and offered to take him to dinner at Krystal's.
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