Male Therapist: So, Dale. I don't know how much you know about therapy, but it usually starts by you telling me a little something about yourself.
Dale Doback: I work at a college as a janitor even though I feel like I'm smarter than most of the people who go there. Sometimes I see an equation written on a blackboard like half an equation and... I just figure it out.
Male Therapist: Is this Good Will Hunting?
Dale Doback: No.
Male Therapist: It sounds a lot like the plot of Good Will Hunting.
Dale Doback: Yeah, anyway. My best friend is Ben Affleck...
Browns trying to replace veteran LB Skinner for Mississippi State - Clarion Ledger
What can Brown(s) do for you? How about 100 tackles each and some All-SEC honors, amirite?
Bulldogs Cruise To 13-0 Win At MVSU - HailState.com
Seriously, can none of MSU's athletics teams find a decent kicker?! (Because missed extra point score, you see)
(LSU's pitching coach says LSU baseball fans "classier" than MSU baseball fans) - Sixpackspeak
So I guess this is stemmed from the ball Kendall Graveman threw behind Mason Katz last year? If so, then this is even more childish than I realized. Overall, it's really, really hard to understand where Will Davis' beef with MSU FANS come from, especially if his issue has to do with Cohen really, and not our fans.
I will say this - I am one of the few who won't bash on LSU baseball (that part is important) fans. I went to the MSU-LSU series two years ago, and sat in a section that was way above my pay grade, as they say. My buddy and I were very modest in our cheering knowing where we were sitting, but every LSU fan we encountered was more than courteous. I know they get a different kind of reputation for football, and understandably so, but I have nothing to say of the negative sort about their baseball fanbase, at least from my personal experience.
Still, Davis comments, in my opinion, were a bit below what a coach should be held to. Again, especially if he's dogging MSU fans for something an MSU coach had done. Whatever, I guess.
On guard: MSU's Sword eager to lead next season- Daily Journal
Sword talks about being a leader in his upcoming junior season, which the Bulldogs hope will be a vastly improved one - the team's record, that is - than the first two.
Hump Day Hits
Have a great Wednesday, y'all