Ole Miss vs #1 Alabama

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  1. Pac12Leader

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    Ole Miss vs #1 Alabama

    It looked like an ordinary Saturday afternoon in Tuscaloosa with 93,000 cousins enjoying themselves to the tunes of bratwursts, ribs, and hundreds of kegs of PBR on tap. Alabama won the toss and elected to receive the kickoff. Mark Ingram was pissed that his girlfriend was still at the Pi Kappa Phi house drinking with her ex-boyfriend and wouldn't arrive until midway through the second quarter. Three plays into the game he took his frustration out on the Ole Miss defense and punched MLB Jonathan Cornell in the face to get separation, he steps on Kyle Horine who tried to make a leg tackle, then nonchalantly ran through Jeremy McGee for a 65 yard Touchdown. The ESPN broadcast zoomed in on Nick Saban who looked like he was crying after the play. Erin Andrews asked the coach about it and he said "Those were tears of joy, I can't stand these HD cameras these days, they don't miss a thing. By the way Erin, I loved your video".

    The tears of joy would quickly turn into fear and anxiety driven showers coming out of Saban's eyes as Ole Miss gashed his defense the rest of the day. Ole Miss answered back with a 13 play 75 yard scoring drive that was capped off by a 21 yard TD pass to Lionel Breaux across the middle. Four plays later the Ole Miss defense was able to rip the ball out of Greg McElroy's hands on his read-option run play and the defense jumped on it for the game's first turnover. Five plays later and Raymond Cotton found Lionel Breaux again streaking across the middle on 3rd and 7 for 28 yard TD to put Ole Miss up 14-7. Alabama missed a 48 yard field goal with 5:43 to play in the 2nd quarter and the Runnin Rebels held the ball for five minutes on a 15 play scoring drive. Brandon Bolden ran to the two yard line, but was stopped just short of the goal. A couple toss plays to backup running back Rodney Scott lost a yard and the FB was stuffed in the backfield on third and goal from the two. Coach called on the FG unit to tack three points onto the board, but QB Raymond Cotton signaled to them to stay off the field as he would take matters into his own hands. He called a whiskey-river-slot-blue-shoot-and-go, which is their call for lead-option. Cotton danced right into the end zone to give Ole Miss a 21-7 lead at halftime.

    Coach felt good about upsetting the number one team in the nation until they fumbled the opening kickoff and allowed Alabama to score two plays later to cut the lead to seven. After an exchange of punts from the two squads Raymond Cotton took a first down play 54 yards for a touchdown on an option keeper. Bama would go three and out and four plays later the Ole Miss offensive line created a hole big enough to drive a Hummer through, but their Mack Truck Brandon Bolden squeezed through it and ran right up the middle for a 44 yard touchdown run to put Ole Miss up 35-14 heading into the fourth quarter.

    Alabama felt the pressure and went for a first down on 4th and 3 at the 25 yard line, but they were stopped in the backfield and forced to turn the ball over. The Ole Miss offensive coordinator didn't know what to call when they fumbled four times on simple tosses that went right past the running back like he was day dreaming. The two teams exchanged another touchdown each to give the game a final score of 42-21. There was one celebrity guest for the game as Bruno wanted to catch an American football game

    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSTukGu-Ut4"]YouTube- ‪Bruno in Alabama‬‎[/nomedia]
     
  2. Pac12Leader

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    Is there a way to embed a video in here?
     
  3. Stoker23

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    Damn Good write up!
     

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