SINGLE TEAR LULZ. We hope there's space in the Musee D'Orsay, because we're hanging this there whether they like it or not.
Block C tracks down the geniuses behind this piece of breathtaking artwork, presumably showing Hillary Swank with a wig and the facepaint from an Empire of the Sun video on watching Bobby Bowden walk into the sunset with suitcases full of Florida State's money.
Spikes, full game. Brandon Spikes is out for the entire Vandy game in order not to be a "distraction." In response, Lane Kiffin continues to make us love him just a little bit:
No, that a royal we. He'll play a vital part and will respond by hiring his close personal friend Chuck Amato, an innovative young coordinator and recruiter who also brings the novelty of being the only three-breasted coach in college football.
OH SCOTT JURGENSEN I LOVE IT! I LOVE IT! I AM ACTUALLY GONNA MURDER YOU. Urban Meyer, a real stickler, could face some kind of real live disciplinary action from the SEC for his complaints about officiating, though we can't imagine it coming in the form of a suspension. If Charlie Strong is the head coach for a suspension, you will know it by the sight of Steve Addazio being thrown off the side of Vandy's stadium. (Not because we know about any personal beef, but simply on the principle of Addazio's unacceptably low asskicking quotient this year.)
The redemption of the Dennis Dixon curse. If anyone should be allowed to get silly early about a possible national title, it's Oregon, who is certainly owed some back credit by the college football universe for the heinous case of Dennis Dixon and the slight flick Crazy Old Testament God gave his ACL two years ago. Without that Dixon is a clearcut Heisman winner and the Ducks' ambition knows no bounds, so in repayment for that go ahead and look forward to the eventual gutting of whatever Big Ten team you face in the Rose Bowl. (Unless it's Iowa, where you lose despite having 600 yards of offense and allowing less than 250 yards total to the Hawkeyes. You have no choice.)
Ohio State Throwbacks: Ohio State throwbacks are like a degree past throwbacks, since Ohio State's already so blue-ribbon retro in everything they do (down to, you know, what they actually do on the field) that throwback doesn't quite cover what an Ohio State retro jersey truly is. Pleistocene would be a better word, but whatever you call it it will look quite awesome versus Michigan.