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Hotty Toddy, gosh almighty, who the hell are you?

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FOOTBALL IN AGGIELAND. If you feel like your hate for Ole Miss is waning, you should check out the Ole Miss story stream that includes everything from this past week; podcast, ALL CAPS, a Q&A with Red Cup RebellionPredict the Score, and of course the all important, THE TAILGATE. Quick game details: Kickoff is at 8pm and will be broadcast on ESPN. To fill the time between now and kickoff, take a look at what we are watching to prime ourselves up to take down Hotty Toddy here.

Real life tailgate, with real live bloggers. When you've consumed all of the written prose and still feel like you didn't do enough for hate week, make sure you stop by our actual tailgate. Hosted by Good Bull Hunting and sponsored by so many great local companies, find a way to come and drink, eat, and talk to your favorite GBH bloggers. They will be the one's not making eye contact until you mention something about photoshop.

Volleyball takes down Alabama. Last night the #19 Aggie Volleyball team defeated the girls from Tuscaloosa in a nail-biting 5 set match. This was one of the closest matches this year and one that revealed mistakes that can be worked on before Sunday's game in Gainesville with the #9 Florida Gators (SEC Network 1pm).

BTHO Vandy. The soccer team made a trip to Nashville to match up against the Commodores. The game was won by the Ags with their highest score this season with a final result of 6-2, Ags. The ladies are currently 5-1-0 in the SEC and they look to continue that streak when they have a bit of a break and return to Ellis Field to take on Auburn this coming Friday.

I am SEC Ready, thanks for asking. TexAgs' feature length film premiered last night in Rudder Auditorium with Hollywood flair and Aggie spirit. The film was fantastic and having the opportunity to hiss Dan Beebe on a movie screen with a few hundred Aggies was just another layer of excitement to the mix. You can read cuppycup's review of the film here and if you haven't yet, you can order a DVD/BluRay copy of the film here. In addition to the disk package, you will be able to stream the film from TexAgs soon if you are hip and don't use hard copies anymore.

Keep a look out for Good Bull Hunting by Reed Arena, and once we've thoroughly tailgated, we will meander back to Kyle Field to BTHO ole miss!