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Citizen journalism, for the win: Clant Seay is a 71-year-old attorney interested in animal welfare. He moonlights as a citizen journalist with his website billygoboy.com, and he also regularly posts on the RebelGrove.com message boards under the handle “jhvaught.” Mostly, Seay said, … Continue reading
Hard to believe, but one day Arkansas fans may look back on the Houston Nutt era as a period of relative calm and stability. With a little work, Jeff Long could be the new Mike Hamilton.
Shades of Pork Rind Jimmy. We recently sent a records request to @msstate for Mike Leach's e-mails and text messages, in the wake of his tweeting a racist coronavirus meme. Now, MSU wants to charge us a pro-rated amount of … Continue reading
What do you get when you cross Faulkner with Pork Rind Jimmy? Mark Schlabach has the answer. The man who helped take down Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze is a lifelong Mississippi State fan who attended his first Bulldogs … Continue reading
And so much for anonymous charitable contributions: Ole Miss has been ordered to release copies of its notice of allegations and amended notice of allegations without the booster names redacted after the Mississippi Ethics Commission delivered its final order on the matter Friday. … Continue reading
Just when you think it’s gonna be a same old, same old, SEC Media Days, along comes an old familiar face to blow up that shit. Former football coach Houston Nutt filed a civil lawsuit against the University of Mississippi … Continue reading
Houston Nutt’s attorney is threatening to sue Ole Miss for defamation. If an acknowledgement and apology isn’t forthcoming, the possibility of a defamation suit against Ole Miss remains in play according to Nutt’s very persistent attorney, Thomas Mars. “I would … Continue reading
Hell’s bells, is there anything more amusing than Houston Nutt passing judgment on Bret Bielema? Makes you wonder what Pork Rind Jimmy’s up to these days.
But McGarity doesn’t keep those journals anymore. He told me he quit doing it once he realized such recordings are subject to Georgia’s – as well as Florida’s – open records, or “sunshine” laws. In fact, McGarity claims he doesn’t … Continue reading