WHY SAY NO WHEN IT FEELS SO GOOD TO SAY YESSIR
The call went out yesterday for the lastest recruiting commit to the Aggies, San Antonio's Moses Reynolds. Reynolds plays quarterback and free safety for John Jay High School (yes, that John Jay) and is the younger brother of Aggie standout Josh Reynolds. He is a versatile, all around athlete and another great get for Sumlin and his crew.
COACH TALK ABOUT THAT SHIRT The media doubted Nick Saban's team last week and he responded the same way any obsessive-compulsive would respond if you took one of his pencils and left him with an odd number. Look, he didn't want to destroy your Georgia football team but Mark Richt left it parked at a slightly skewed angle and I JUST CAN'T HAVE IT HERE GET IT OUT.
REQUIEM FOR A TEAM Y'all may have already noticed, but cuppycup is real into video editing lately. He is the Darren Aronofsky of the Aggie football scene, combining the bleak and depressing with the psychotic and bizarre. Come see his latest opus that will make you question all of your life decisions and fear for your tenuous grip on reality.
HOPE EVERYONE WISHED JIMMY'S DAD AND OUR NEXT PRESIDENT A HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes!— Barry Switzer (@Barry_Switzer) October 6, 2015
Barry Switzer is now 78 years old and his birthday party was better than anything you ever did. Yes, even that time you dropped acid and crashed the CMA Awards. You weren't having nearly as much fun and not nearly as many of you got arrested.