Found September 11, 2013 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal football are belong to us.  The elephant in the room. And the Valley Shook looks at Sports Illustrated's allegations of corruption at Oklahoma State under then Cowboys head football coach and current LSU HC Les Miles. This week's Game of the Century. Good Bull Hunting "THE TAILGATE" previews Alabama-Texas A&M, in the most awesome way possible. Let Johnny Manziel be Johnny Manziel. Because Keith Van Valkenburg said so. (ESPN) I believe in a celebration. Jon Solomon celebrates the 100th anniversary of Bear Bryant's. (Al.com) Can't Fight the Moonlight.  ESPN will air Auburn & LSU on Sept. 21 with kickoff at 7:45 P.M. (The Baton Rouge Advocate) Golden Eagles vs. Hogs. Robert Boys previews Southern Miss @ Arkansas. (Arkansas Fight) The waiting is the hardest part. A bye week means Florida has to wait two weeks before the Gators can get back on the winning pat...
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