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Signs For GameDay At Ole Miss

ESPN’s College GameDay is finally appearing in Oxford thanks to Ole Miss finally not losing games it should win and Michigan and Ohio State not playing each other on the same day. It will surely be a scene filled with students screaming for hours on little to no sleep, people angry over their Grove spot […]

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The Perpetually Late Recap: Week 5

Appearing at the beginning of the week, this will always appear late until the end of the season, when it will not appear at all. During this special time, we’ll review what we learned, get some outside perspective, establish a poll, celebrate those who threw interceptions, and look forward to this weekend. WHAT WE LEARNED Georgia […]

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The Weekend Forecast: Conference Games With A Dash Of New Mexico States

Taking place every Thursday (ALLEGEDLY), I take a look at each game, make a few BOLDHOTTAKE predictions, then declare on which side of the point spread I will place myself. The twist this year is that I’m going to pretend that $4 million of Houston Nutt’s lump sum buyout from Ole Miss, which totaled $4.35 million, was given to […]

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Key Moment Of The Arkansas-Texas A&M Game

Arkansas and Texas A&M are schedule to run, then walk, then run, then walk, then run, then walk, and so on for the majority of Saturday afternoon at Double J’s Yehaw Incorporated Stadium. It’s an interesting matchup in that Arkansas does not appear to be awful this year, which could make this game remotely interesting […]

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The Worst Football Game I Have Ever Attended

Ole Miss plays Memphis on Saturday, which means it’s time for Ole Miss to fund 15% of Memphis’ athletic budget, and memories of miserable games to come to the surface. Historically, the Ole Miss-Memphis game is a brutal experience, even when you win, because it’s typically played early in the year, which means the temperature […]

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Review Of The LSU Defensive Players Dillon Day Has And Hasn’t Stomped On

So many things happen on a football Saturday that it’s almost impossible to remember or accurately keep track of it all, unless you are glued to Twitter for the better part of 14 hours and nope, no sir, don’t know anyone like that around here because who has the time for that, certainly not me, […]

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The Perpetually Late Recap: Week 4

Appearing at the beginning of the week, this will always appear late until the end of the season, when it will not appear at all. During this special time, we’ll review what we learned, get some outside perspective, establish a poll, celebrate those who threw interceptions, and look forward to this weekend. WHAT WE LEARNED Auburn […]

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The Weekend Forecast: Actual Conference Games Edition

Taking place every Thursday (ALLEGEDLY), I take a look at each game, make a few BOLDHOTTAKE predictions, then declare on which side of the point spread I will place myself. The twist this year is that I’m going to pretend that $4 million of Houston Nutt’s lump sum buyout from Ole Miss, which totaled $4.35 million, was given to […]

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A Mostly Bitter Review Of Kurt Roper’s Visits To Bryant-Denny Stadium

UPDATE: I completely ignored the 2004 game in Tuscaloosa because I don’t know why. Hard to believe I could forget a moment of that magical 4-7 season. Florida, and its new high-powered offense that is capable of scoring as many as 20 points at home in regulation against Kentucky, travels to Alabama this weekend to […]

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On The Day Of The Last Mississippi State Win In Baton Rouge

On Friday, or maybe Thursday – what do I know about travel schedules – Mississippi State will pack its things and head south down I-55, then turn right at scenic Hammond onto always-under-construction I-12 in order to arrive in Baton Rouge to play LSU on Saturday. You may have heard by now that trips to […]

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The Perpetually Late Recap: Week 3

Appearing at the beginning of the week, this will always appear late until the end of the season, when it will not appear at all. During this special time, we’ll review what we learned, get some outside perspective, establish a poll, celebrate those who threw interceptions, and look forward to this weekend. WHAT WE LEARNED Missouri […]

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The Weekend Forecast: Slightly Less Steamy Non-Conference Edition

Taking place every Thursday (ALLEGEDLY), I take a look at each game, make a few BOLDHOTTAKE predictions, then declare on which side of the point spread I will place myself. The twist this year is that I’m going to pretend that $4 million of Houston Nutt’s lump sum buyout from Ole Miss, which totaled $4.35 million, was given to […]

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Houston Nutt’s Qualifications For The SMU Job

Wherever a college football head coaching job is in the air, you shall find Houston Nutt hovering there. After being turned away by UAB, Middle Tennessee State, UConn, South Florida, and everywhere else an athletic director was not insane, Nutt is on record as saying he’s interested in the SMU job, which became available due to June […]

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The Perpetually Late Recap: Week 2

Appearing at the beginning of the week, this will always appear late until the end of the season, when it will not appear at all. During this special time, we’ll review what we learned, get some outside perspective, establish a poll, celebrate those who threw interceptions, and look forward to this weekend. WHAT WE LEARNED Missouri […]

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