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Daily Bull 11.2.15: SEC West Roundup

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BYE had a hell of a week

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FOES PAST & FUTURE. Ole Miss defeated Auburn 27-19 on The Plains for the first time since 2003, so the Rebels are still undefeated *against the SEC West* with Arkansas up next week. Auburn made it a game though, and their one touchdown on offense surpassed our efforts against Ole Miss by a thousand percent. Chad Kelly's still slinging it around like crazy and Treadwell had a good day.

CHANCHOCINCO. Arkansas played host to Tennessee-Martin and kindly let them pile up 519 yards of offense and 28 points, but it wasn't enough to match Alex Collins' FIVE touchdown runs. The Hogs also amassed almost 600 yards of offense and forced three turnovers. Not quite the defense that shut out Ole Miss and LSU last year but they're quietly back to .500, although three of their final four opponents are ranked.

PAWWLLL LSU GOT THAT BYE WEEK BEFORE THEY PLAYED US AND YEAH SURE WE GOT A BYE WEEK TOO BUT WE SHOULDA GOTTEN TWO OF 'EM 'CUZ ERRBODY ELSE GETS ONE BEFORE THEY PLAY US AND WE NEED BYE WEEKS TOO ROLL TIDE. Mississippi State was off this weekend as well.

Just a word, Aggies.

Most everyone has probably seen something about this by now. It was in very poor taste, and it was disrespectful. She should have been aware of what the implications would be after being 2 inches away from a sign with such a clear message. But let's stop short of hyperbole and full-blown internet vigilantism. She already deleted her Facebook, and that's fine, but the witch hunt was on by then and Aggie Internet sleuths, smelling blood, managed to find her place of business and start posting reviews. This sort of vicious backlash is not a good look, especially when it devolves into the inevitable dreaded comparisons.

classy

In short, chill the hell out. What she did was wrong and stupid. Surely she learned her lesson after the first hundred or so hate messages. No need to call her a Nazi, and that kind of overreaction does nothing to engender sympathy from others over the original transgression.