clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

THE SEC'S PERMANENT RIVALRIES ARE ANNOUNCED, LET'S PARTY WITH FLOATING LEE CORSO

New, 491 comments

"Does anything else happen in this video?" is the wrong question, because nothing else needs to happen. Like the SEC's best in-season rivalries, they are perfect, and need no modification. Forced segue, eh? Oh, you betcha, because the SEC just voted to adopt a 6-1-1 scheduled for conference scheduling, meaning six division games, one permanent rival, and one rotating cross-divisional opponent a year.

The permanent fixtures, via:

  • Alabama v. Tennessee. Hey, congrats, Tennessee! [slams in face with sledgehammer]
  • Auburn v. Georgia. The Vaguely Dissatisfied Bowl lives.
  • Florida v. LSU. AS IT SHOULD BE, OUR ETERNAL BROTHERS IN UNBEARABLE SUBTROPICAL SQUALOR AND NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE.
  • Ole Miss v. Vandy. [FILE NOT FOUND]
  • Mississippi State v. Kentucky. More evidence of Dan Mullen's puppets in the SEC offices making his job even easier. WHY YOU SO BIASED, PAWWWWWWWWLLLLLL?
  • Missouri v. Arkansas. We say this without a trace of sarcasm: this should be brutal, fun, and nasty as a fish-house knife fight.
  • South Carolina v. Texas A&M. "Cocks, meet Bitches. Bitches, meet cocks." Tasteless South Carolina t-shirt vendors, you are welcome.

Clearly this is a cause for celebration. Take it away, wandering 1912 Bathing Suit Lee Corso (courtesy of BurritoBrosShit.)

Cclnz_medium

via i.imgur.com

0huyb_medium

Y5ulm_medium

Srajb_medium

Uaoka_medium

via i.imgur.com

Dbfyt_medium