Friday, October 21, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Tyrann Mathieu, Missouri, and...The Human Centipede?

They'll be back?
Suspended LSU players Tyrann Mathieu, Spencer Ware, and Tharold Simon, who reportedly tested positive for synthetic marijuana use  could be off suspension  in time to play against Alabama. (CBS Sports)

In an ironically related story...
Alabama freshman running back Brent Calloway was arrested for possession of marijuana. And not the synthetic kind either. (

Standing in the Shadows of Love.
Paul W. Bryant Jr. discusses his life as the son of the legendary Alabama head football coach Bear Bryant. (The Crimson White)

One step closer to the edge. 
The University of Missouri's governing curators give school chancellor Brady Deaton the power to leave the Big 12 on the way to applying to join the SEC. (ESPN

The Tennessee-Alabama football rivalry must survive SEC expansion.
Because Tennessee athletic director (and Alabama alum) Dave Hart said so. (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

The Winter of the state of Florida's discontent.
Next weekend's Georgia-Florida game comes at a remarkable down point in the history of college football in the Sunshine State where Florida, FSU, and Miami are all unranked. It still doesn't mean that Georgia is going to win next week, though. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Aggie Flesh is his fantasy. 
Texas A&M's move to the SEC transformed into a retelling of The Human Centipede.

 Gee, the image of the Aggie male cheerleader Yell Leader used here looks strangely familiar for some reason. (Wide Right and Natty Light)

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