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Hello, Computer. How’s the Internet today?

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.

Hello Computer Croom

Morning Linkage

Mississippi State released their depth chart yesterday- Well, they actually sent out all of their game notes for the week one game against South Alabama. It’s a pretty cool resource that is free. You should check it out.

Dak Prescott is not your average quarterback- Which we already knew. Oh, wait, the headline is “Dak Prescott is Not Your Average Week 1 Quarterback.” Well, still, Dak Prescott isn’t average. And this is a pretty interesting look from FiveThirtyEight about what the typical week 1 starting quarterback looks like, and how Dak is completely the opposite of that.

Mike Bonner was sent wandering all over Starkville- Michael Bonner is a reporter that tries to get legit information. The city of Starkville wanted to make him work for that information

Dan Mullen trolled all of us- We thought we’d get a starting quarterback. Dan Mullen punked us. It was pretty great, actually.

Ethan Lee talked to SB Nation radio folks- Hey, that’s me! I was in the bathroom when they called me, but I was able to finish up before the interview starts. So that’s always good. Oh, and we talked about Dak Prescott and the Cowboys.

Long live Damian Williams’ run against Arkansas- I found this gif yesterday when putting quarterback stuff together. It’s pretty neat. May this play forever haunt Arkansas fans. My favorite part is when he’s almost to the 10 yard line and he has to pull up his pant because pantsing him was the Razorbacks’ best shot at tackling him.

Damian Williams TD Arkansas

Tuesday’s Tunes-

What am I listening to this week? Well, Jamestown Revival has captured my attention as of late, and they’re a very, very good band. They’re a solid band out of Austin, Texas that moved out west to California and then moved back to Texas. They recorded their first album in a cabin in the middle of nowhere Utah.