Hell yeah! Damn right! Hotty Toddy, Gosh almighty. Who the hell are we? Hey! Flim flam, bim bam. Ole miss by damn!
The Grove for Ole Miss people is a spiritual place. That grove is about a little over ten acres and it’s beautiful and we take good care of it but on football game weekends it becomes Mississippi’s number one social event.
We never lose a party here at Ole Miss.
This is the dessert bar and if you walk over here, you’ll see we have the Mimosa fountain. This is one of our band members.
Southern hospitality is welcoming everybody, meeting new friends. We want everybody to be welcome.
We have fans from every opposing team, each weekend, in this tent. Right now I hear there are at least four or five Bama fans. Here, hospitality reigns. Over there in the stadium?
You know, somebody asked us earlier this week how many tents there are in The Grove or if we ever counted them and we never have counted them and I’m not sure that’s possible. I love watching “The Walk of Champions.” The head coach leads the team through The Grove. It’s a great game-day experience.
You can say, in a way that The Grove is a living room of Ole Miss.