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Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace Calls LSU The Craziest Place That He's Ever Played In

LSU's Tiger Stadium is considered one of the most hostile environments in all of college football. On Saturday night, the crowd was electric as the Tigers took down Ole Miss, 10-7. The crowd seemed to bother the Rebels, especially quarterback Bo Wallace, who struggled. "Dr. Bo" went 14-for-33 with 176 passing yards, a touchdown and an interception. It was Wallace's worst game this season in terms of completion percentage (42.4 percent) and passing yards.

After the game, Wallace praised the crowd in Baton Rouge, saying that the crowd's volume had an impact on the game.

It's a crazy atmosphere. This is the craziest place I've played. Actually, it (the noise) did factor (into third-down plays). Every SEC stadium, that's (noise) going to be a factor on third down.

Wallace was also asked to compare Tiger Stadium to another intimidating SEC environment: Texas A&M's Kyle Field. According to Wallace, LSU's stomping ground is better and there is "no comparison."

Fortunately for Wallace, he doesn't need to worry about being intimidated by a hostile opposing crowd next week, as the Rebels host Auburn at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. The game is scheduled to kick off at 7:00 P.M. EST on ESPN.