In case you were in a coma on Wednesday, news broke late in the afternoon that the lawsuit that pitted Houston Dale Nutt against the cheetin Ole Miss Bears was dropped. It was stated that it was thrown out of federal court on the grounds of subject matter jurisdiction. Then, it was also announced that Ole Miss will meet with the NCAA at an Embassy Suites in Covington, Ky. to do battle over allegations that the Rebs were cheetin even more and deserve to be put in prison.
On this week’s episode, our new editor-in-chief Jim Lohmar joins to break it all down, no matter how much we hate talking about it at this point. We discuss how funny it is that not only was Nutt embarrassed by all this, but also his attorney who apparently missed the first few syllabus days in law school. Then, we go into the ins and outs of what to expect when the Rebels head north to the Bluegrass State and sit before the Committee on Infractions to make their case for not getting a two-year bowl ban.
Jim also enters the steel cage of rapid fire and tells us his hot dog condiments, thoughts on The Beacon and who has the best burger in Oxford. Other topics include Clay Travis and his alleged J.D. degree, Georgia fans, why they’re the worst and if they actually suffer more than Ole Miss fans.
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