As seen on Wednesday, the Laremy Tunsil saga is back in the news. Tunsil’s stepfather, Lindsey Miller, spent over 100 hours talking with the NCAA about allegations regarding Ole Miss and his son, reigniting talk about what how the NCAA will handle the situation.
About an hour and a half after Sports Illustrated’s Pete Thamel tweeted a link to his new Tunsil story, the Oxford Police Department went to work on Twitter. Meetings between NCAA investigators and Lindsey Tunsil took place at a local McDonald’s.
— Oxford Police Dept (@OxfordPolice) June 29, 2016
The tweet wasn’t a complete troll on the situation, as from 2-4 p.m., on July 13, residents can join their local police department at the town’s University Avenue McDonald’s location. It’s doubtful knowing how open they will be talking about Tunsil and the Rebels that day while eating their happy meals, but since the tweet was sent out, mixed emotions came from the lively voices on Twitter.
@OxfordPolice y’all follow this joke of a police department.
— Good Matt Hunting (@theWoodWDE) June 30, 2016
And in response to some of its comments, the department tied a little football to the matter.
But please do follow. We take all types of followers… Even those that root for Auburn.
— Oxford Police Dept (@OxfordPolice) June 30, 2016
Stay tuned @OxfordPolice when the Auburn Tigers visit Oxford and the Rebels on Oct. 29 this season. This account should provide more than just a few laughs.
Source: Saturday Down South