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Ole Miss Rally Ninja Turtles at the College World Series

Rebels in a half shell!

Rally caps are officially passé. The Ole Miss dugout has changed the game forever in its College World Series elimination game against TCU. RALLY NINJA TURTLES:

Those appear to be socks stretched and ripped to make ninja masks and bats to take the place of ... well, wait a second, which turtles are they? A bat is most like a staff, which would be Donatello. But they're each holding two bats sword-style, which would be Leonardo.

Doesn't matter. Ole Miss wins. They took the lead with a run immediately after the dugout dressed up, and I'm gonna go ahead and call the whole game right now. (Update: Yup.)

(h/t @cjzero)

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