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USM Football Fans Remain Supportive...Just in Different Ways

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Saturday's contest against Middle Tennessee State marks USM's last game of the season at the Rock, a place the Golden Eagles have not won in exactly two years come Tuesday.

But win or lose fans continue to support their team, just in different ways.

Of the 20,802 fans that attended last week's game, fans ranged from student section crazies to those donning the paper bags and everything in between.

Whether they bleed brown like the paper bags, or that Black and Gold school spirit, these Southern Miss fans are in it for the long haul.

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