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Ole Miss Players Kneel During National Anthem

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Ole Miss Players Kneel During National Anthem

Ole Miss Players Kneel During National Anthem

According to Deadspin.com, Ole miss players decided to kneel during the national anthem to protest pro-confederate rallies that were taking place near campus.

Ole Miss players K.J.

Buffen, Terence Davis, Luis Rodriguez, Bruce Stevens, Devontae Shuler and Breein Tyree knelt before their team’s basketball game against Georgia on Saturday.

The students decided to kneel because of an ongoing pro-Confederacy march that was scheduled to end at the school.

Ole Miss went on to beat Georgia 72-71.

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