Well, there's really no doubt about who had the best and most bizarre prediction last week that actually came to fruition. Step up and take a bow, Chuck.
2) Texas pulls off a stunner and for four glorious quarters manages to not throw three interceptions, snap the ball to Big Tex, wear their helmets backwards, or forget their shoes and be forced to wear Vibram Five Fingers instead. Bob Stoops gets that face on his head. Charlie Strong knows for 24 hours what it's like for people in Austin to love him, and those teenagers on his team get everyone to leave them the fuck alone for a week.
Let's get down to brass tacks.
OLE MISS @ MEMPHIS
Dr. Norris Camacho
thereby exposing all 29,000 fans nationwide watching this game to a bunch of Aggie hype. Furthermore, we'll have Bruce Feldman roaming the sidelines. Bruce is the best in the business, and he's gone behind-the-scenes in the Sumlin machine, so he can tie all these pieces together like no one else. Nothing gets one more pumped for a huge Aggie game than watching one former KDS assistant dismantle another.
South Carolina and Vanderbilt are two opposing pitchers in a Little League match. On the one side, Vandy's dad is a little over involved. He didn't like the way the coach was teaching his kid to play defense, so he just stepped in there to show 'em how it's done himself. Sure the kid got better on defense and actually really fields a grounder pretty good these days, but now Dad's mad at him for not playing enough offense. You gotta get in there and take some cuts, son!
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