With Cajuns sprinkled about the country and the President covering his ass, Southern Miss comes to
With the exception of Tulane, no
Last week against a directional school, the Tide rolled in flat and led by halftime only by the blessing of a scoring defense. In the second half, the offense caught up somewhat but there’s no doubt that the loudest cheer of the game was for Coach Shula – not for any schematic adjustments at the half (you don’t need to be John McKay to know Ken Darby should run the ball), but for benching Our Blessed Saint of Rainbow City with a fourth quarter lead and letting John Parker Wilson (whose name could either push his career path toward Southern school’s quarterback or Presidential assassin) eat the lone sack Alabama’s prepubescent offensive line allowed.
However, under the early season principle of ‘showing as little as you have to on offense and as much as you can on defense’, this was a good win, as are they all. And while nothing’s worse than losing, winning isn’t everything.
Before last week’s season opener, 300
Build people a home.
Give people some food.
Give people some money.
Mail the food there yourself.