As spring football practices wind down across the SEC and country, it's important that we learn as much as we can about what happened at as many schools as we can. There's no way we'll make it to all of them, but, dammit, we will try (I suggest keeping your hopes as low as possible).
Today, Mississippi State:
All practices begin with the parading of the Egg Bowl trophy. It serves as a reminder of the consecutive defeats of TSUN, which is the only game that means anything. There will be no reminders of defeating perennial SEC powers Georgia AND Florida in the same year, a feat that has not happened in 2.1 bajillion years.
Chris Relf discovered that throwing non-dead duck passes sometimes makes his hand hurt.
GET HIM OFF THE FIELD BEFORE ANOTHER VIOLATION OCCURS.
No, Brett Favre was not there, but that's only because his nephew, backup quarterback Dylan Favre, is not famous enough yet. If young Favre makes a name for himself, elder Favre will be camped out on the sidelines, looking for a camera.
Just seeing what Ole Miss was up to. IT'S OUR STATE.
"I said lock the gates. Jackie's going to try to get back in."
I concur, Vick, I concur.
AAAHHHHH! HE'S SO QUICK. HOW DID HE GET BACK IN HERE?
"Quick, everyone, follow me to the violation-free zone! Run like the wind!"
/takes a nap at midfield
/commits 23 NCAA violations while sleeping