Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Football Picks of the Week

5-0 in the SEC last week (18-5, 78.3%) and 2-2 in T25/US (8-8, 50%)


Tennessee starts another new QB (freshman this week) against #13 South Carolina. SC has lost it's #1 running back for the year and kicked off the starting QB; however, their defense is super against the pass. Doesn't look good for UT, but I'm going to say that home field and a non-Sims start prove the difference in the upset. UT 21 - SC 18

#10 Arkansas at Vandy: Vandy is playing extremely well; but that won't help them win this game, although it should be close. Ark 28 - Vandy 21

Bleacher Report
#22 Georgia vs Florida in the World's Largest Cocktail Party: Georgia is on a roll, Florida is in flames (although they do get their starting QB back); I think in this game it will be too much UGA and no running game for the Gators. UGA 31 - FL 20

Ole Miss visits #23 (really?) Auburn: Both teams are sucking up the atmosphere; Auburn was good at some point however and that's enough. AU 20 - Ole Miss 7

Miss State at Kentucky: Can they both lose? MS 12 - Ky 6


#6 Stanford rolls at USC,
#9 Oklahoma rebounds at #8 Kansas State,
#7 Oregon beats Wash St by at least 35

U/S #14 Nebraska beats #11 Michigan State

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Monday, October 24, 2011


AP Photo/Scott Eells, Pool
Updated: October 24, 2011 | 9:43 p.m.
October 24, 2011 | 9:30 p.m.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry unveiled a sweeping economic agenda Monday highlighted by a plan to level a voluntary 20 percent “flat tax” on all taxpayers who will accept it in place of what they’re paying now. (link)

Until I can read the proposal myself, I can't comment to much on it, but it sounds like a turn in the right direction at least.

And we have Herman to thank for finally getting the R's to start thinking of doing away with the tax system we now have.

Celeb o'the Day - Gwen Stefani

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Gwen Stefani

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