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Late Friday Lunchtime Links: Wes is a slacker edition

A look around the interwebs to see what people are saying about tomorrow's matchup between Texas A&M and Ole Miss.

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I can't remember seeing anyone drop the ball as much as Dez Bryant. That is, until our very own Wes (@thacktor) called me and proclaimed that he's as worthless as a John L. Smith signature on a credit application. Don't worry, I have Wes' full permission to throw him under the bus, and subsequently throw it in reverse over and over again. A lot of Ags are already either in Oxford or on their way there as I type this, so here is a late Friday edition of our Lunchtime Links. In case you were wondering, Wes' punishment is one month as middle-pede. Deal with it.

Preview: Texas A&M Aggies at Ole Miss Rebels -
Watchability: This game isn't likely to determine the conference champion, but these teams are fun to watch. Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel alone makes this a game worth checking. The redshirt freshman is developing into one of the most exciting players in the SEC. Ole Miss is still developing, but it has several offensive skill players who are fun to watch.

Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss preview | Saturday Down South
The Skinny: While this may not be the sexiest game on Saturday – about the 3rd sexiest in the SEC to be exact – I will be glued to this game because it will be wildly entertaining. Two explosive and high-paced offenses will be doing work on a Saturday night. It’s a very underrated matchup to say the least.

Carlton: Texas A&M should defeat Ole Miss, but it'll be close than some expect | Texas A&M Aggies News - Sports News for Dallas, Texas - SportsDayDFW
Prediction for A&M & Ole Miss game? Carlton: Texas A&M wins, but it's closer than some expect. Ole Miss is not a horrible football team (see the Alabama game). Best guess: A&m 38, Ole Miss 30.

Staff prediction: Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss - Texas A&M Aggies Blog - ESPN
The Rebels also will provide a challenge with their read-option offensive attack. However, don't expect the Aggies to be caught off guard when Ole Miss goes up-tempo. Texas A&M is pretty familiar with that, since its own offense operates this way and practices are done at a high tempo.

Offenses could take over when Texas A&M faces Ole Miss - The Dispatch
"He'll want to beat us badly and we'll want to get our win, also," Freeze said. "We do a lot of the same stuff. We probably do a little bit more (variety) than he does because I feel like we have to. They do what they do and they do it very well.

Reggie Chevis is doing his part to earn a place in Aggie folklore:

Around Aggieland - Episode 35

Here from Acey Rob of as he talks with Derek and Hunter about the matchup this weekend between the Aggies and Rebels (Jump to 34:15 for his interview).