at Tiger Stadium on November 28, 2015 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Some LSU fans have no chill, have already started a campaign to buy out Les Miles

This fan is taking his disgust with LSU's season-opening loss to another level

As expected, fallout from LSU's shocking 16-14 loss to Wisconsin in Saturday's opener has been ugly. Many of the same fans that were calling for Les Miles' ouster after last season are already saying he should be fired immediately.

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One fan in particular, Andy Denicola, is taking his displeasure further than most. Denicola has started a Go Fund Me Campaign to help LSU buy Miles' contract out. He's hoping to raise $1 million for the cause. Here's what Denicola wrote on the page:

I am Andy Denicola and I have suffered through underperforming, [dissappointing] season after [dissappointing] season under Les Miles. It's time for a change.

Les Miles is a hardheaded, stubborn, unimaginative dips**t. He has taken a remarkably talented team and been out-coached, out-schemed, and he's underdeveloped players, generally leading the team to mediocrity over and over again.

Apparently our flagship university can't afford to buy him out of his contract, so I figured if we raised the money then they wouldn't have any excuse as to why we can't fire him.

In the likely event that LSU will not accept the funds raised here, all monies will be donated to the Louisiana flood relief effort. Thank you for your support. Help spread the word!

And Denicola does appear to have captured the prevailing sentiment of the fan base. Cruising around the LSU fan forums like Tiger Droppings, there's a palpable dread in the air—-Wisconsin was a must-win game on so many levels. More than anything, though, fans are doing the math.
"We could very well lose to Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss, Bama, Arkansas and Texas A&M," writes disgruntled forum member Clark W. Griswold. "That's 5-7 worst case probably. No way we win more than 3 of those so 9-3 just left the building."