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

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 play the Tide in Bryant-Denny Stadium where AIN’T NO SUPER BOWL TEAM EVER WON. Much has been made and will continue to be made about Nick Saban […]

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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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The Weekend Forecast: Steamy Non-Conference Edition

It was my intention to start this last week, but that effort was plagued and destroyed by travel to Atlanta and overall laziness. So instead of last week being the debut of that fancy new image up top, which was the result of minutes of thought and slightly more minutes of execution, here it is today. What will […]

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Ole Miss Could Possibly Face Vanderbilt Monster That Ole Miss Helped Create

After working extremely hard to find a way to lose to Temple at home by more than four touchdowns, Vanderbilt is searching for a solution at quarterback. Three quarterbacks played in last Thursday’s loss and vomited out the combined stat line of 16-34 (47%) for 224 yards, 0 TDs, 3 INTs, and one fumble. That, […]

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The Perpetually Late Recap: Week 1

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 Texas […]

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Let’s Enjoy Some Sports Stock Photography

As a collector of paychecks in the advertising industry, I get to see, nay, have the privilege of seeing a good deal of stock photography. Like most things, some of it is horrible and some of it is good, both of which are usually directly related to the amount of money you’re willing to spend. […]

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