Sunday, October 21, 2007

Ole Miss... erable

"Well I didn't know we were playing a bunch of girls this weekend," stated head Hog, Houston Nutt, after Arkansas' 44-8 win in Oxford Saturday, "I would have played some of our cheerleaders if I would have known they were going to play some of theirs. Woo Pig Sooie! I love these guys and I just want to reiterate how horrible Ole Miss and Coach Oreo are. Man, they're bad. The Hogs are back on track, baby!"

(A few of the Ole Miss Rebels prior to Saturday's beat down by the Hogs)

The Hogs rolled up nearly 500 yards offense and the defense had four interceptions as the Razorbacks got SEC win number one on the year. A win that is sure to propel them on a five or six game winning streak to end the season. D-Mac rolled up 110 yards and Felix added 101 yards and two TDs.

(Felix the Cat going untouched again on another long Razorback gain)

Around the rest of the SEC on Saturday:

Vandy 17 South Carolina 6
This makes me laugh. Ha ha ha. Spurrier getting it handed to him by Vanderbilt. Way to go, Commies!

Florida 45 Kentucky 37
I don't know what all the fuss is about Tim Teblow. 256 yards passing and 4 touchdowns, 78 yards rushing and 1 touchdown. Big deal. He didn't catch any passes or return any punts or make any tackles. Weak effort in my opinion. Lucky win by the Gators.

LSU 30 Auburn 24
It's obvious LSU's defense is no where near as good as Arkansas' after giving up 24 points to a team the Hogs held to 9 and should have been 6. LSU is so lucky. All this gambling that Les Miles is doing this season is going to catch up with him sooner or later, and I hope it's when he's on a gambling trip to Vegas and he double downs on 11 with all of his money and loses. Oh, and also when they play the Hogs in November.

Alabama 41 Tennessee 17
Geez. Jeckyl Parker Wilson or was it Hype Parker Wilson this weekend? Whichever it was, stupid Alabama rolled the Vols thanks to Wilson's 363 yards passing. He was sabin his best for Tennessee.

West Virginia 38 Mississippi State 13
What a banner weekend for the state of Mississippi. At this point, don't be surprised if Southern Miss gets rolled by an 0-6 Marshall team on Sunday night.

The Hogs are creeping up the SEC standings. They just need one more loss by LSU, two more by Auburn, and three by Alabama in order to clinch the SEC West for the second year in a row. I think the Vegas odds are 80% that this will occur or maybe it was 0.8%, I'm not sure I remember exactly. There's not much difference between the two, right?

(You're next, Florida International! You're next!)

SEC Standings
South Carolina 3-2 6-2
Florida 3-2 5-2
Georgia 3-2 5-2
Kentucky 2-2 6-2
Tennessee 2-2 4-3
Vanderbilt 2-3 4-3

LSU 4-1 7-1
Alabama 4-1 6-2
Auburn 3-2 5-3
Arkansas 1-3 4-3
Mississippi State 1-3 4-4
Mississippi 0-5 2-6

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