Oh, boy...if Texas A&M thought the whole "Aggie joke" thing might quiet down by moving to the SEC, this isn't going to help. As genteel as the South may be, when it comes to football it's best not to poke the hornets' nest. Especially when you poke it so...awkwardly.
No. 7 Duke, No. 8 Kansas and No. 9 Michigan State all lost this week. Those defeats should clear the way for still-undefeated No. 10 Murray State (23-0, 11-0 Ohio Valley) to race further up the AP NCAA men’s basketball poll. Here’s what’s happening in college basketball this week:
After a 2-7 start to the season (0-6 in the SEC), Mississippi head coach Houston Nutt announced Monday that he will be resigning at the end of the season. Ole Miss Athletic Director Pete Boone also announced that he would be stepping down next year, but did not give a specific date.
After weeks of negotiation and “will they or won’t they” speculation, the Southeastern Conference finally made it official on Sunday, announcing its acceptance of Missouri as the league’s 14th school. The Tigers are expected to make the move next summer at the same time as fellow Big 12 member Texas A&M, which is also leaving for the SEC.
Because this year's 'game of the century' didn't have enough points to satisfy most fans (north of the Mason Dixon line and west of the Mississippi) there is tons of sentiment that under no circumstances should LSU and Alabama play again for the BCS National Championship game
While the postgame scuffle in the NFL between San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh and Detroit’s Jim Schwartz captured the headlines, Vanderbilt and Georgia did their part to show that dust-ups between coaches aren’t limited to the pros.
It is official, C-USA and the Mountain West Conferences have agreed to create a 22 team football only league which will begin play next season. This move was inevitable considering all of the teams that have left their respective conferences the past couple of seasons in college football.
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