Podcast 61 - M&W Recap, SEC Network, and Dookie Journalism

Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Yeah, dookie journalism. We just call it how we see it.

We hope ya'll are enjoying the new format of the podcast. We know we are enjoying the improved sound quality. We covered a lot of ground in this episode. There were plenty of good things to take away from the Maroon and White game this past weekend, so we talked about the things we liked from the Aggie on Aggie showdown. Hint, that Heisman QB Manziel guy is pretty dang good at the game of football. We also talked about the business of the SEC Network and some of the things we expect to see from the cash cow that it will be. Hint, it's going to be friggin huge for Texas A&M for a long, long time. Lastly, we did on of our favorite things in the world. We took an absolute garbage article from a Longhorn writer trying to reach for the stars and stating 5 reasons the Longhorns could be better than the Aggies next season. Hint, it's derpy. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

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