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Daily Bull 9.21.15: Monday SEC West Roundup

Happy Monday

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We all oohed and aahed over the uniforms Aggie Football will wear on Halloween. Now you can purchase several items from Adidas' 2015 Black Ice collection at Aggieland Outfitters.

Well, that was a hell of a weekend. Finally a little dash of chaos to flavor the 2015 season. Two teams in the top six lost, and three teams in the SEC West stumbled, including both Alabama and Auburn for the first time on the same day since like January of this year. They have no idea what to do other than draw sad cartoons and wallow in self-pity after being super #blessed over the past few seasons. Mississippi State went ahead and devoured Demonlicious cupcake Northwestern State on Saturday and are still road dogs at Auburn next Saturday 'cuz people just really like Auburn. And okay, LSU and Ole Miss look pretty damn good. Not having a QB doesn't matter when you have a vindictive cyborg plowing over defenders like a thresher. And Ole Miss finally found a recycled QB whose desperate heaves are somehow guided by a benevolent hand of fate instead of the harsh and judgmental physics that governed Bo's passes. Turns out a sacrifice of flowing golden locks is all it takes to satisfy the Oxford football gods. So Ole Miss and LSU are both looking pretty damn tough right now. Respect.

MEANWHILE IN FAYETTEVILLE noted Karma aficionado Jen Bielema's husband was on the receiving end of it Saturday night and yes we will continue to post this video ad nauseum because Kliff's wearing a Mad Men suit and talkin' 'bout kickin' ass and it's the essence of college football, damn it.

AND FINALLY. Exciting news today...we're getting a new weekly feature. If you're an old-school GBH'er you know all about THE WILDCARD. Well, we've taken the same basic premise and applied it to football, so every Monday Wes is gonna break down some weird stuff he found about our upcoming opponent. Thack's back, y'all and Arkansas is his first victim. Stay tuned.