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Daily Bull 7.10.13

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Happy Wednesday, folks.

SORRY, CUP. You made some great alternate NCAA '14 covers yesterday, but this dude's from TexAgs has a raptor, an American flag, Johnny Football and a puppet dictator. Speaking of the video game, please continue to post your own screencaps or highlights if you've started playing with QB #2 and company.

Well...I guess he'd know. Johnny's giving Twitter advice to QB recruits. No word on whether or not he was teaching footwork, read progressions, or throwing mechanics.

WOO TIDE. "Nic Saban" is just what it sounds like: Ric Flair's hair photoshopped onto Nick Saban. Because that's why the Internet was invented.

This is the best picture of the subject of an article reacting to the article's headline we've seen in quite some time:

All you have to do is recycle an extensive quote about Oregon's coach going to the NFL and then throw in a few sentences' worth of your own very valuable opinion:

For Sumlin, he needs to strike while the iron is hot.

If he can generate interest from teams next season, he would be wise to jump on the opportunity to become a NFL head coach next offseason if the teams come calling.

Because the NFL is the only thing anyone who starts coaching football is ever interested in:

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Nominate someone...or yourself! For all you non-Twitterheads, we're coming up on our first year anniversary of being an actual functioning (this might still be debatable) website next month, and as such will be handing out some arbitrary awards that we decide on for various categories. So go ahead and throw some names out.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>We are going to give out awards to celebrate a year of Aggie blogging. Nominate yourself for something. Go on.</p>&mdash; Good Bull Hunting (@GBHunting) <a href="https://twitter.com/GBHunting/statuses/354713457389608963">July 9, 2013</a></blockquote>

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