Saturday, September 27, 2014

Play the Game Tonight: Ole Miss, Florida, and (sigh) Kenny Chesney.

Play the Game Tonight - Week 5 Saturday edition. 

Comin' to Your City? 
An Ole Miss win over Memphis could guarantee the Rebels a visit from ESPN College GameDay next Saturday. It would be the first trip to Oxford for the GameDay crew. The currently 3-0 Rebels will face Alabama next weekend. (College Spun)

Orange Crucial?
With Florida off this weekend, Pat Dooley looks ahead to the Gators' road game against Tennessee next weekend. Dooley says the a Florida win over Tennessee is "crucial" for a team he describes as finding itself "at the crossroads." (The Gainesville Sun)


Kenny Chesney Hate Piece #1.
Connor Tapp expresses outrage that  Kenny Chesney is today's ESPN College GameDay celebrity picker. Tapp once suggested that Williams-Brice Stadium needed to be demolished following a concert by the perennial college football jock-sniffer. (Garnet and Black Attack)

To All the Teams I've Loved Before.
Rodger Sherman lists all the teams that Chesney has shown affection to. (SB*Nation)

O Vols, Where Art Thou.
Dawg Sports compares the past five Tennessee head coaches to characters from Joel and Ethan Coen's masterpiece Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? George Clooney's Ulysses Everett McGill isn't one of those characters.

No comments: