THE LES MILES EXPRESS. Amazingly, the rumors seem to be true. In a year that has seen more coaching turnover during the season than any other on history, LSU seems to be intent on getting rid of one of the best ones around. Oh boo-fucking-hoo, you lost three games in a row. That happens to most of us. You were the first 2-loss BCS National Champion, LSU, and we loved you for it. Remember, folks, always trust your boosters because they are rational people and completely rooted in reality. Ole Miss became the third straight team to drub LSU by double digits this weekend. Not to take away from Ole Miss: they played fantastic football in their final home game. The Land Shark defense was creating turnovers, and Chad Kelly was clutch through the air and on the ground. They're riding a nice wave of momentum into Starkville and the Egg Bowl to face the Bulldogs. Both will be fighting for that ninth win and the Freeze-Mullen dance-off will be raw unmitigated molten fire.
FAYETTEVILLE IS PRETTY CLOSE TO BIG 12 COUNTRY ANYWAY HEY. Another shootout, another NovemBERT to remember, except this time the recollections won't be as fond for the Hog faithful as Dan Mullen got his first ever win in Fayetteville 51-50. The Dogs and Hogs put on an incredible show, with each quarterback accounting for SEVEN touchdowns. This one ended as it should have: with a blocked field goal in the final minute and inconsolable men beating the hell out of each other.
STATE OF ALABAMA PAWWLL: Dr. Saban and the Tide performed a clinical dissection of Charleston Southern in a relatively mundane 56-6 win. In doing so he achieved his perfect bell curve on the touchdown distribution chart: 2 passing, 4 rushing, and 2 miscellaneous, in this case punt returns. Up next they'll face Auburn in the ARNBOW. War Eagle dispatched Idaho on Saturday to become the seventh bowl-eligible team in the division. Well done, class.
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