October 2012 will see a very different game with very different teams on the field. The Ole Miss Rebels enter the game at 3-0 with three very impressive blow out wins. Georgia enters the game at 3-0 with three dominant defensive performances including the total shut-down of Heisman favorite Marcus Lattimore. The Ole Miss band blows out "From Dixie With Love" as the anthem will have been re-introduced along with Colonel Reb (evidence that God hates political correctness is the pox that had befallen the Ole Miss program).
As the Ole Miss Rebels begin to crowd the tunnel leading from the visitors locker room the sea of blue helmets is parted as their Head Coach moves to the front. Atop a solid white horse and in a complete and time authentic Confederate Generals Uniform sits Michael Leach. Lech unsheathes a bejeweled Confederate sword, casts a look of disgust upon his own team, and then sounds the charge. Ole Miss takes field to a chorus of boos from the Georgia faithful.
As the last Rebel straggler makes his way onto the field the entire Stadium is shaken with the ferocious bellowing of assorted profanities and racial slurs. The Crowd erupts as they know that their beloved Bull Dawgs will be taking the field lead by their stout, sweaty, foul mouthed, head coach......Gary Patterson.
|All this purple could be Red, son!|
Mark Richt is perfectly fine as he and Mike Bobo are settling in at the University of North Carolina. Houston Nutt and Tyrone Nix are doing just fine down at Tulane.
The Rebels and Dawgs are suddenly relevant and Sports and Grits is happy to dish out the optimism and a few delicious recipies