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USAToday is reporting that Ole Miss has received enough money in donations to replace the field goal posts that were torn down following the Rebels 23-17 victory over Alabama.

The school set up a special page on its website to encourage donations towards covering the costs of replacing both goalposts ($11,000 each) as well as the $50,000 SEC fine for fans storming the field after Saturday’s win against Alabama. As of 3:15 p.m. Tuesday, $29,955 has been raised. That’s more than enough to pay for the replacement of the goal posts in time for the Oct. 18 home game against Tennessee.
As of 6:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday the website has raised $80,233.
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Fins up117 months
We won it, we'll pay it
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gamecocks22117 months
you break it you buy it
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SwayzeBalla117 months
Deltatiger cares enough to comment
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Deltatiger117 months
Who give a sh!t? it's ole miss.
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Whereisomaha117 months
They've passed 75k now and have covered all costs.
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Rebelgator117 months
It is closer to $50,000 right now
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