Looks like the state of Missouri is up to it’s old tricks again. Matt and Terry of “Matt & Terry’s Auto Sales” couldn’t help themselves after Arkansas threw up a goose egg versus Alabama over the weekend. These guys are hilarious–which shouldn’t come as a surprise… Midwestern people are known for not only being colorful, but very entertaining as well.
Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin (you know…the guy who looks like he should be serving root beer floats in the ice cream parlor of your local Dixie Cafe) wants to let you know for the 463rd time that the Aggies are now OFFICIALLY members of the SEC. This video is pure, heartfelt and soooo classy–aside from that it lacks plot development, the characters don’t seem to embrace their roles and the climax leaves the audience underwhelmed.
This isn’t news to anyone–but the SEC SID’s came out with a pre season poll a little while back, and it was just fabulous. For everyone who comes to this site just for the pictures…here it is!
Thanks to Dave Barr.
NOT INTERESTED? Okay…well then here’s a picture of some freak at Wakarusa…which is happening about an hour or so from here…
The permanent cross-divisional rivalry of Arkansas and South Carolina looks like it could be coming to an end very soon. According to SEC official Larry Templeton the conference is headed for a “6-1-1” model. Basically, there are six divisional games, one permanent cross-divisional rivalry, and one rotating cross-divisional game. This takes too much time to explain and it’s Saturday. Just read the column.
Larry Templeton probably came to this new way to make conference schedules the same way Charlie Kelly figured out who Pepe Silvia was:
Being in radio for the last 7 years has opened some doors to rubbing shoulders with some of the biggest names around. They usually turn around five minutes later and forget who you were and what you were even talking about with them. But, Matt McConaughey isn’t one of those guys-we were lucky enough to sit down and get his thoughts on Arkansas upcoming season…check it out:
Thanks to Deek Kastner of 104.5 The Edge out of Tulsa for doing this.