The University of Mississippi has long been cheering their "Hotty Toddy" chant at Rebel sporting events.
The Rebels' full chant goes like this:
"Are you ready?
Hotty Toddy, gosh almighty,
Who the hell are we? Hey!
Flim Flam, Bim Bam, Ole Miss By Damn!"
Here's a video of the chant with Gary Glitter's "Hey Song":
So now we know about their famous chant, but where did this famous college tradition originate? It depends on who you ask.
Some consider the title "Hotty Toddy" originated from the "Highty Tighties", the nickname of the Virginia Tech Regimental Band. Virginia history states that the band invented the chant when they resided in Division E, the fifth stairwell of VT's Lane Hall.
"Highty Tighty, Christ Almighty, who the hell are we? Riff ramm, g-dd--n, we're from Division E!"
"Heighty! Tighty! Gosh A Mighty!Who in the h--l are we?Rim! Ram! Flim! Flam!Ole Miss, By D--n."
"Hi-ty Ti-ty Gosh a'mightyWho the heck are we?Oh, we come from MississippiFrom Mississippi, 'Ole Miss.'"