My old college roommate once was stationed in Djibouti when he was in the Navy shortly after college. No, it didn’t make sense then, either. He lived out of the back of a pickup truck.
We survived the elimination round against Ole Piss, and then got an extra day of rest as yesterday was washed out. Today, it’s... THEM.
The Commodores will open the season with their latest kickoff time ever.
Guys who shoot 43% from three are always useful to have around.
But honestly, the forecast tomorrow isn’t looking promising, either.
Listen... we’ve got to get to 32 for this half of the bracket, and there are only 26 letters in the alphabet. That means, from time to time, I’mma double up on a country or a letter (like I’m not going to include Ireland and/or Italy if you weirdos choose Ishtar, for example). Canada needs a least two.
Silent Cal is listed as "Day to Day," according to Corbs, which is just unfortunate given the sustained, years long historical pun based on the town Hoover, Alabama.
You’re likely thinking of only one band, and maybe only one song here. Here’s why you shouldn’t be.
There’s some potential here, but it wasn’t showing much in 2021-22.
This post is brought to you by the letter B. You weirdos chose Bahrain. Like Homer Simpson once said, "Democracy doesn’t work."
Pedestrian stats — but the team’s performance suggests he was important.
I don’t want to talk about this weekend’s series loss to LSU which dropped us to #8 in the SEC. Instead, let’s do this shit.
A pair of teams with 14-13 SEC records—though trending in different directions—meet up for the last weekend before Hooverville.
Letters... we get letters... we get stacks and stacks of letters...
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After a wild week that saw a road series victory against Ugga and the craziest midweek game in human history against the Larry Birds, Corbs goes ahead and names Devin Futrell our Friday night Ace in perhaps our most challenging series of the year. I, for one, am for it.