You know what week it is (and if you say the last full week of the campaign, check your priorities). Georgia and Florida were both off this week, in preparation for all of us to go to Jacksonville this weekend to “campaign”. Also, #KeepWillMuschamp
The rest of this week’s SEC scoreboard.
Mississippi State over Kentucky 45-31
LSU over Ole Miss (Katy Perry hardest hit) 10-7
Alabama over Tennessee 34-20
Auburn over South Carolina 42-35. There’s some stories that there should have been a call against Auburn on the last play. That just breaks my dang heart.
Missouri over Vandy 24-14
Arkansas over UAB 45-17
The first rankings from the College Football Playoff Committee will be released Tuesday Night at 7:30pm. These will be the only rankings that matter. All anyone should be arguing for is a number 1-4.
The rest of your reads after the jump:
Larry Peterson died last week. He was a #GAPOL legend – the kind that isn’t replaced.
The Georgia Voice snubs Jason Carter and Michelle Nunn. It’s not only the GOP base that hates to be taken for granted.
I managed to visit the kickoff rally for the final statewide tours of Governor Deal and David Perdue. In between them and introducing Deal? Karen Handel.
You’ll hear this one again: Hillary says don’t let anyone ever tell you that businesses create jobs.
Some people are shocked that they’re being asked to quarantine when returning from the Ebola zone instead of going bowling. Meanwhile, we’re up to 10,000 cases.
Worried about Europe? Why, just because their banks still can’t pass stress tests?
And the other stuff:
While you’re waiting on Marijuana to be legalized, probably best not to call your probation officer for a hookup.
Why don’t ya’ll just put a link down in the comments for the inevitable “I can’t believe Peach Pundit didn’t link to this” and I’ll pretend it was supposed to go here.
And, perhaps, today may be the day when they free Todd Gurley.