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Before you get in your obligatory half hour of zoning out at your desk, take a short stroll through some of the MSU-related and maybe-not-so-MSU-related miscellany that the internet has to offer today.

Morning Linkage, etc.

Howland's thoughts on Puerto Rico - Coach Howland gave a press conference this week during which he evaluated his squad's play in Puerto Rico and discussed the general state of the team. As usual, he's pretty thorough and frank in his answers:

More lambs to the slaughter - The ladies' basketball team plays Norfolk State tonight at 6:00 (CST) and Savannah State on Sunday at 2:00 (CST), both at the Hump. I know nothing about either of those teams, but, yeah, it's going to get ugly again. You can watch both woodsheddings on the SEC Network Plus. The season gets real after that, though. Next Wednesday, we play at No. 8 Texas. That game will be broadcast on the Longhorn Network at 7:00.

Local station's Egg Bowl interview with Mullen - Here's a Jackson station's interview with Coach Mullen to preview the Egg Bowl:

Revisiting greatness - Take another look at some of the plays that Brandon Allen and Dak Prescott made. GIFS and excessive praise aplenty.

Leftover sandwiches - As much as I love a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal, the world of sandwiches that opens up before you the day after is the real treat. I'm pretty simple with mine: turkey, cranberries, stuffing, and a dash of gravy. But some of the sandwiches on that website have me questioning myself.

Relentless Ep. 13 - Here it is y'all:

The End

Last regular season game of the season, and the last time Dak Prescott ever plays a football game in Davis Wade Stadium. Bittersweet, but awesome.

Pink Floyd Fridays

Sort of a request from earlier in the season, albeit one that was thrown out in hopes of another win or two at the end of the rainbow. Still, it's as good a song as any to get your spirit right before the game.