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I thumbed my way from L.A. back to Knoxville/ I found out those bright lights ain't where I belong/ From a phone booth in the rain I called to tell her/ I've had a change of dreams, I'm comin' home." - Smokey Mountain Rain by Ronnie Milsap

Cali Lanphear at bat against Ole Miss.
Cali Lanphear at bat against Ole Miss.
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SAW EM OFF, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.

Good news, everyone! Ags didn't do too bad in the NFL draft and even afterwards there was a little celebration. After Cedric Ogbuehi was drafted in the first round by Cinncinati, Jarvis Harrison squeaked in yesterday to be drafted by the Jets. Three Aggies were snatched up as undrafted free agents. Deshazor Everett is now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to join former teammate Mike Evans. Cam Clear is headed to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Trey Williams stays close with the Houston Texans. All of these kids are faring better than I did when I graduated since they have jobs lined up, so congrats.

Smoking Smokey in the Smokies. Aggie baseball took another win yesterday in Knoxville. The Ags stayed runless until the 4th but came up on top with a final score of 6-1. This game marked the 399th win for Rob Childress, so that's cool and in no way puts any pressure or bad mojo on today's game at all so you should expect anything special. *runs from black cats and avoids ladders and mirrors at all costs* Game starts at 1 PM on SEC Network+.

Rebelling against losing. Softball had a hot start with three runs against Ole Miss in the first and tacking on more for a 8-6 win. Aggies wrap up the series and the regular season with Senior day today at 1 PM on the SEC Network.

Aggies do well at throwing things, jumping over things, and running real fast. Yesterday saw the Aggie Track and Field teams do extremely well at the TCU meet. Austin Cook set a school record for the hammer and the men's teams had an overall 13 win record.