Found November 21, 2012 on
College Football Section:
The Big 10 is expanding faster than the universe – Throw The Flag
Heisman 2012 Power Rankings: Down to Manziel and Te’o – The Big Lead
Ole Miss Will Try and Control the Illegal Cowbell Smuggling Channels – Friends of the Program
LSU Coach Les Miles apologizes for language in Saturday’s press conference – NOLA
SEC Doesn’t Need to React to Big Ten Expansion – Team Speed Kills
NSFW The sun is shining somewhere – The Chive
Les Miles dropped f-bomb after Ole Miss game in presser
Friday Morning Audibles: Unkempt Dooley, Beano, Phil Steele’s useless rankings, and a guy with blades
Wednesday Morning Audibles: Driskel on crutches, UCLA message for USC, Sumlin, and Boomer Sooner
BEST OF MAXIM
LSU barely survived Ole Miss at home on Saturday, but the occasion was still meaningful enough for Tigers head coach Les Miles to unleash one of the most epic press conference soundbytes of the year. It's not really fair to call this a "rant", rather... *scratches head*... I actually have no idea what to call this soundbyte because it's so unlike anything else...
LSU (9-2, 5-2) is riding high coming into Friday's game with Arkansas (4-7, 2-5), but Tigers coach Les Miles expectshis team to be challenged in the series' first game in Fayetteville since 1992.
Just Les Miles speaking in tounges
Things went HAM Saturday night in college football [SBNation]
The SEC Championship game is the title game play-in at this point [AJC]
Vandy drops anchor (see what I did there) on Tennessee [Anchor of Gold]
That’ll be all for Derek Dooley [UTSports]
A proper ode to the end of Dooley [EDSBS]
This Was a Game That I Will Never Forget—Ole Miss vs. LSUcourtesy of lsusports.net
The last game in Death Valley of the 2012 season was one I will never forget, and was so glad to take part of. It was a game that I lost count on how many times I got goosebumps. And of course, this game and rivalry was full of drama just like every other time these two teams meet, and one of the...
While its matchup with Arkansas won't have the weighty anticipation from previous years, LSU knows other factors make this game meaningful.
The eighth-ranked Tigers still have a slim chance to reach the SEC championship game and can bolster their BCS hopes by getting past the struggling Razorbacks on Friday.
LSU (9-2, 5-2) and Arkansas have met as ranked opponents each of the...