The French have a word: ennui. The dictionary says it means “a feeling of listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement.” This must be what it’s like to be a dedicated Vanderbilt fan, or one of those people who truly enjoys basketball season.
In any event, we dedicate this episode to you, French people, with your crazy black-and-white striped shirts and crazy words. This week, we discuss:
Thank you, Jameis Winston. You started the week off with stupid antics, which caught on like wildfire. Mental breakdowns turned out to be harder to shake than Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass.
HA! Now we’ve trapped you. In order to get that dadgum song out of your head, listen to the podcast as Jeremy and Carey dedicate an 80’s hair band ballad to each of the games we reviewed. Plus, Jeremy actually sang Dak Prescott’s praises (sort of).
Plus, hot-seat coaches…our top four…and the prized Player of the Week!
While Alabama handled that perennial mid-major contender Southern Miss with ease, several teams struggled mightily with their single-serving dessert teams in Week 3. Most notably:
And — let’s face it — the SEC East standings is the most ridiculous mess this side of an Adrian Peterson Facebook discussion.
Listen to all that, and more, in this week’s recap!
Featured image courtesy http://lightlybuzzed.com/
Ah, cupcakes. There’s nothing like a grossly overmatched opponent to really get you excited about [INSERT YOUR TEAM HERE]. That is, unless your team happens to be South Carolina or Nebraska. Sorry, fellas.
In celebration of Jeremy’s wedding anniversary on Sunday, we recorded this podcast after midnight on Saturday, and it’s obvious in the audio quality. For that we apologize. The quality of the analysis is also horrible, but that’s your own fault. After all, fool you twice…
New starters, D play-caller on sideline, WVU's final 14 snaps gained just 17 yards, 6 second-half points. Bama suxs against HUNH, obvs.
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