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Waiting game for Tide and Cocks

November 27, 2007


It was only a month ago that I as well as everyone in the South was giving the Gamecocks the SEC East after they vaulted #6 in the AP polls, beat Georgia, and ended world hunger. And it was also a month ago when Alabama on the third Saturday in October, laid the smack down […]

Incredible feeling in Starkville

November 23, 2007


For much of the week in the state of Mississippi, the news in college football was on the 20 idiots on the Ole Miss team who stole from various hotels. While we’re still waiting on the names of the people involved to be released, to the north in Starkville, the feel-good story that has been […]

Mr. Bisher, you just gave me an idea

November 22, 2007


Last year at this time, I was writing about how thankful I was for the awesome year I had, ranging from the chocolate cutie to the Cardinals’ world championship. But after reading the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Furman Bisher’s piece a few minutes ago, I came up with something similar to help you and yours celebrate Thanksgiving. […]

Girls are making this columnist eat humble pie for Thanksgiving

November 17, 2007


My friend Natalie joined a group on Facebook that is aptly titled “Things that girls need to understand about guys”. On the group’s home page, a list of 60 things was drawn up by members of the group, many of which I myself am guilty of. But of the 60 things that the group Nathalie […]

Real battle of sexes take place on the pool table

November 16, 2007


Later on this afternoon, the very first “Battle of the Sexes” will take place on the campus of Crichton College as a way to see which gender, the guys or the lovely ladies, are the best when it comes to various aspects like dodge ball. But as probably many of you know from the various […]

Figuring out the SEC East

November 5, 2007


Before the season started, I along with every doggoned media pundit in the South believed that Tennessee and LSU would face each other in Atlanta for the SEC Championship, that Phil Fulmer was going to be the Coach of the Year for bringing back the glory that’s been missing from Rocky Top for the last […]