When you’ve got so much to play for…

The Ole Miss Rebels will not play in a bowl game after the 2017 season, due to a self-imposed postseason ban following a four-year NCAA proctology examination. After Ole Miss’ spring game on Saturday, however, Rebels athletics director Ross Bjork suggested that the football team would come up with it’s own damn bowl games.

That’s the mind set before the NCAA drops the hammer.  Imagine what’ll come afterwards.

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13 responses to “When you’ve got so much to play for…

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    That sounds like a version of everybody gets a trophy.

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  2. Macallanlover

    Because they have such a long, rich history of bowl games, and the players will not know the difference. Thus guy sounds as disconnected as Greg from Athens. Does this method of tricking unsuspecting players into this new bowl scheme come with weekly bowl swag? If so, it may work and spread to all the Western schools before season end. Auburn has long used weekly payouts to players, just never thought to name the tradition.

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  3. Walt

    Maybe they can get local sponsors for each bowl game. It will mean so much more to the kids to win the Square Books Bowl, Snead’s ACE Hardware Bowl or the Taylor Grocery Bowl.

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  4. Herschel Talker

    I can’t believe Booch didn’t think of this first

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  5. dawgman3000

    What Bjork is saying is that now the “gifts” the player’s receive now is because every game is a bowl game.

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  6. Go Dawgs!

    It sounds like Ole Miss already gave them their bowl swag bags, might as well give them the game.

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  7. Otto

    2 losses to Bama will cool down the Red Elephant club.

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  8. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    The Loss to Bama Bowl and the Loss to LSU bowl etc. Going to be a great season for the fans. Wonder if they plan to charge bowl prices for the home game tickets this year.

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  9. ASEF

    Waller Funeral Home and Cremation Services Bowl

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