Tuesday, October 10, 2006

What Other Folks Had To Say About This Past Weekend and Beyond

Kevin Scarbisnky of the Birmingham News writes a nice piece on Auburn's debacle against Arkansas. It is rather ironic that the week Tuberville decides to bash the current BCS system, Auburn gets trounced. Randy Kennedy with the Mobile Press-Register offers his 2 cents on the game and how embarrassing the defeat really was for Auburn.

I posted a link several weeks back to a story about the Oscoda High football team from Michigan whose coach canceled the remainder of the team's season. Apparently, the story found its way down to lovely Mobile, AL and Mike Herndon with the Press-Register offers his perspective on the decision.

Nate Allen of the Northwest Arkansas Times (I didn't know anybody could read in Northwest Arkansas), examines the trials and tribulations of Razorback coach Houston Nutt following the Hogs big win at Auburn.

Scott Rabalais of the Baton Rouge Advocate takes a look at LSU's chances of still winning the West - by the tone of the article, the players still seem optimistic.

Pat Dooley of the Gainesville Sun writes about Tim Tebow's two amazing plays that helped lead the Gators to a 23 - 10 victory over LSU.

Apparently, things are mighty slow on the political front in Georgia. Georgia governor Sonny Perdue was so outraged with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Sunday Sports Headline, "Dogs Get Put In Their Place" that he took the time to write a letter to the editor.


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