Never has there ever been a greater Hitler parody than the LSU/Ole Miss ending.
The video is so well done that I'll allow the closing seconds of the 2009 LSU/Ole Miss game be told through Hitler and his comrades.
After explaining the situation of timeouts left and the positioning of the field, Hitler was confident in LSU's chances of winning the game on a Jasper field goal. And then, "my Fuhrer..." For those that watch the Hitler parodies, know this is the time Hitler receives terrible, terrible news.
This is where Hitler learned Jefferson was sacked and Ridley was stopped behind the line of scrimmage on a screen play. And the worst part is that Miles waited to call a timeout with nine seconds remaining. Hitler, like every LSU fan, exploded in anger as he was told Miles wasted 17 seconds. Then he learned Jefferson spiked the ball with no time remaining on the clock after completing a 43-yard pass to Toliver.
This two-point loss was by far the darkest moment in Miles' career. It was a time when LSU fans were calling for a coaching change, but after two straight seasons of 10-plus wins, Miles regained the support of the fan base.