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Houston Nutt talks Ole Miss

Houston Nutt went on Tim Brando's radio show this morning and spoke about his tenure at Ole Miss and who he thinks could wind up being his replacement (he mentions Mike Leach). 

Audio is below. Jump forward to the 1:10 mark for the beginning of Nutt's comments. 

At the 15 minute mark: Brando, "What kind of approach should Ole Miss take for it's future?" Nutt, "The biggest deal is a guy that can recruit extremely well...you're in the toughest division in football...and maybe bring a little something different...creative...I always think about what Mike Leach did at Texas Tech...he didn't have the same talent that OU did or Texas did...but maybe something along those lines." 

An incredible first half

Southern Mississippi scored 4 non-offensive touchdowns Saturday in the first half of their 48-28 win over East Carolina.

In the first quarter alone, the Golden Eagles returned an interception 97 yards for a touchdown, had a punt return 60 yards for a touchdown and blocked a punt for another touchdown. The fourth offensive touchdown came in the second quarter on a 79 yard interception returned for a touchdown.  

Larry Fedora has Southern Miss ranked #25 and 8-1 overall, 4-1 in C-USA play.  Their remaining games are against UCF, at UAB, and then they host Memphis (combined record of those 3 is 7-20). Southern Miss's lone loss this season was back in week 2 when they lost at Marshall 26-20. 

Despite being up 38-14 at halftime, take a listen to how fired up Fedora was speaking with his squad during the break.

The passion of an O-Line coach

Seriously, it just doesn't get any better than listening to Ark Kehoe.

Regarding this week's opponent, Florida State - "Put me in a cryovac and wake me [in the year] 3000 and we'll be scrapping like hell with these guys."

That nugget and so much more...

Oregon vs. Stanford: One streak must come to an end

Oregon travels to take on Stanford this weekend, as each put their win streak on the line.

Stanford holds the nations longest winning streak at 17 games, while Oregon is riding an 18 game conference winning streak.  The Ducks last conference loss was in 2009 to Stanford.

Stanford brings the nation's third ranked run defense to try and stop the nation's leading rusher in LaMichael James. Offensively, the two teams are statistically very similar with less than 3 points separating their points per game (Stanford 48.2 and Oregon 46.0) and less than 6 yards separating them in total offense (Oregon 510.7 and Stanford 505.8).  You start to see the difference philosophically between the two taking a look at the time of possession that Stanford dominates by almost 11 minutes (33:17 to 23:52).

Something has to give.  The Ducks and Cardinal kick off Saturday at 8 eastern on ABC.

Not quite as good as Gundy; but entertaining

After Louisville's big 38-35 win over West Virginia Saturday, Charlie Strong celebrated with his guys in the locker room.

The Cardinals are winners of 3 straight since Strong signed his new 7 year contract and will try to continue the streak in their last three games of the season against Pittsburgh, Connecticut and South Florida.

As you'll see in the video below, Strong gets pretty excited and takes a leap of faith into the arms of the team and they hoist him in celebration. Good stuff.

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