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Rebel Roundup - September 30, 2010

College Experiment: Hot Girl-Ole Miss (This is Seriously the Title of the Page)
A former Oregon cheerleader who is so ridiculously hot - seriously, she's like a cartoon character, real people aren't supposed to look like that - decided to strut 'round the Grove and report on her findings for some odd WebSoup/Tosh.0 college football website deal. It's wierd, but it's definitely worth the watch. Especially since she, unlike most reporters who cover the Grove with all the oohs and aahs decided to flirt with people and interview drunks.

UK defense wants to contain Ole Miss QB Masoli | The Kentucky Kernel
They'll have about as much luck containing Masoli as we will containing Derrick Locke and Randall Cobb. Which is to say "not very much at all." Don't be surprised if this one's a shootout, folks.

Looking at all the parts that make up an Ole Miss football schedule | Ole Miss sports
If you're like me, then you're curious about all aspects of a college football program, not just gameplay and 'crootin and coaching. This look at how the athletic department determines who we want and will have as opponents every season is, for me at least, a pretty good read. And, reading it, I got a bit optimistic about having more exciting out-of-conference games in the future. I don't know if that'll actually happen or not, but the article sure alludes to it.

Mascot Options Narrowed to Three, Depictions to Be Released to Public Soon
Landshark, Bear, and Hotty + Toddy are all that remain. In a week we're actually going to have (likely disappointing) artists renderings of what these mascots could be. And in a week, we will once again revisit a highly vitriolic, controversial, and polarizing topic right here on these here intrawebs. Stay tuned! 

Last night, Glenn Logan from A Sea of Blue joined us to talk Kentucky football, bourbon, and other assorted bits of nonsense. 'Twas a great show, so give it a 'tlisten right here. (MP3, should open in your browser window)