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The Astros just won the World Series. As a Houstonian, I’m beyond thrilled. So, everyone here will be exposed to Houston Astros coverage now.
The Houston Astros are the 2017 World Series Champions!- “Wow. Just wow. The Houston Astros are the World Series champions.” From Climbing Tal’s Hill
These Astros are built for more than one World Series title- “They are now champions, these young Houston Astros, led by a double-play duo for the ages, Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa. It took 56 years for the Astros to bring their city a championship.” From ESPN
Astros win first World Series Championship in franchise history- “Houston was one of eight teams that hadn’t won a title before Wednesday.” From The Crawfish Boxes
World Series 2017: After 33 combined years, Carlos Beltran and Justin Verlander have a World Series Championship- “I’m not crying...you’re crying.” From The Crawfish Boxes
The way-too-early 2018 Power Rankings: Can Houston repeat?- “The Houston Astros are the 2017 World Series champions. But are they the early favorites heading into next season?” From ESPN
World Series 2017: Astros’ George Springer is the 2017 World Series MVP- “#SPRINGDINGER FOR THE WIN.” From The Crawfish Boxes
In case you missed it from For Whom the Cowbell Tolls
The Good, Bad, and Ugly from Mississippi State’s 35-14 win over Texas A&M- “Taking a look at the good and not so good from Mississippi State’s win this past weekend.”
It’s Always Sunny in Starkville: Mississippi State’s Path to a New Year’s Six Bowl- “The Bulldogs can make it to a New Year’s Six Bowl and this is how they can get there.”
Cookin’ Up the Competition: UMass Edition- “This is a very important game.”
The Wednesday Whatever: Answering the Absurd- “There are some absurd things out there that require an answer.”
SEC Power Rankings: Week 10- “Stacking up the SEC from 1 to 14.”
Dan Mullen will be courted, but it doesn’t mean he is leaving Mississippi State- “Mullen will be mentioned frequently for the opening at Florida”
We’re celebrating, today. We’re celebrating greatness. We’re celebrating the Astros.
Because I said so.