Magruder is back and better than ever…
Magruder says NC represents principles Petrie put to paper and which still ring “like 8 hammers on white-hot metal”.
Some charts, some Bama-hatin’, and a continuation of the Secretariat analogy… Magruder at his finest.
The latest Thayer Evans piece has plopped onto the interwebs, complete with “many” anonymous head coaches who are “fuming” at the NCAA and trying to take anonymous, nebulous stands regarding yesterday’s dangerous precedent.
Give it a read if you missed your daily frisson of rage – as with every way Evans has been involved in the Cam saga, it’s completely stupid.
Magruder took the opportunity of the weekend pause in the Cam Cycle to clean the Clay Travis off the fan, specifically the claims from Travis’ recent Fanhouse piece in which he outlines several ways that Cam could be ruled ineligible by SEC bylaws.
Now, Magruder ain’t no Vandy-trained lawyer. But he has a hard time believing that ol’ Clay is correct.
The only thing left to conquer: three teams lying in wait.
There are no illusions, there are no added dimensions.
Only : fly down the field. Only: fearless and true. Only: fight on.
To escape from the vortex of Bayou postmodernism that is Les Miles’s Bengals, Auburn had to be better than luck, had to be a force more powerful than sheer unlidded meaninglessness. Auburn was. And LSU couldn’t summon up nearly enough insanity to cover up the truth: we are without a doubt the better team.
Discovered: The Rosetta Stone for Spread Sheets.
(Read this if you’ve been always been too embarrassed to ask what the pretty lines actually mean.)