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Oh, boy, The New York Times just released a major piece this morning examining the Jameis Winston "investigation" that tells us what we already knew -- the Tallahassee police department completely and totally bungled its investigation into Winston's case. You need to read the story for yourself, but I want to dive into the details a bit more here because there's so much here that it's difficult to break it all down.

So, first, read the story. 

Now, let's examine the four biggest aspects of the New York Times story:

1. THERE WAS A VIDEO OF THE ALLEGED SEXUAL ASSAULT. 

The video was taken on the night in question and was later deleted by Florida State player Chris Casher. 

Let's start here, if the video was of a consensual sexual act, why would you delete it? Also, when did you delete it? Why did you decide to delete it? Did you share it with anyone prior to deleting the video? We don't know because police never reviewed the text messages of Winston and his roommates.  

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Before we hit the panic button on a scenario where 3 power conference teams finish undefeated, take a deep breath to realize there's still a ton of football left to be played.  To help restore the peace, here are the odds of each team finishing unbeaten given their remaining schedule.

Week two of the BCS standing are here and it's beginning to look like the final two years of the BCS won't end without controversy.

Why is that?

Because Oregon and Kansas State will be substantial favorites for their remaining five regular season games each. Kansas State will be substantial favorites over Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, at TCU, at Baylor, and to close out the season at home against Texas. With no Big 12 title game, we're just five games from Kansas State finishing undefeated. Meanwhile, Oregon has a tougher road, playing Colorado, USC, Cal, Stanford, and Oregon State before probably playing USC again in the BCS title game. 

In fact, in the scenario that will leave SEC fans up at night, what if a one-loss SEC champ gets bumped from the title game by undefeated Oregon and Kansas State. 

Is it really that unbelievable?

(Note: I'm assuming that Notre Dame will lose to either Oklahoma or USC -- actually I think both -- to knock one of the unbeatens out of the mix). 

By Eric Taylor

I never knew how big an Alabama football fan I was until I moved to Tennessee.

SEC Releases 2013 Football Schedule

Written by: Clay Travis

Today the SEC released the 2013 football schedule.

You can find that schedule here, and we've also replicated it below and added some early commentary.

Here goes with the seven non-rival cross division games, which are really the only games that can fluctuate now:

Florida gets Arkansas

Georgia gets LSU

Kentucky gets Alabama

Ole Miss gets Mizzou

Mississippi State gets South Carolina

Tennessee gets Auburn

Texas A&M gets Vandy

The biggest news is that all constant division rivals remain the same for 2013, Mizzou keeps Texas A&M and South Carolina and Arkansas stay together. There was talk as late as yesterday that these games could change for 2013.

 All the games are below, broken up by week and by individual teams.

By the time you read this I'll be in the air on my way to Houston.

I've got my wife and two other couples in tow -- including one A&M grad to show us around -- and we'll be waking up at dawn on Saturday to head over for the LSU-Texas A&M game. We have a tailgate set up for the game, but I'll Tweet out our location so I can meet up with as many of you who want to come by and say hi.

I can't wait.

Everything but the kickoff time should be outstanding.

Our beaver pelt trader of the week is Johnny Manziel because his performance so far this season has been otherworldly.

Now let's dive into All That and a Bag of Mail.

Pointspread Dominance: Alabama Still Chasing USC

Written by: Todd Fuhrman

Most dominant college football team is a subjective argument. Each season a team gets off to a hot start and we’re ready to call them the greatest thing since sliced bread. However, there is one constant to gauge relative strength to the competitive set; the vegas pointspread.

By Eric Taylor

When former SEC Commissioner Roy Kramer added Arkansas and South Carolina as the 11th and 12th team to the conference in 1990 so he could stage the first ever conference championship game, anyone would have bet the family pet that Alabama and Tennessee would meet in at least one championship game through 2011. 

Today I got my copy of Sports Illustrated in the mail.

The cover story is on Tyrann Mathieu, LSU's Honey Badger, who is presently sitting out the 2012 season after failing drug tests.

Mathieu's fall from Heisman contender to ineligible player has been well documented since July. Television cameras have even caught him sitting in the LSU student section this fall, rooting for the team he isn't allowed to represent. Now Sports Illustrated has put him on the cover of its magazine. The vast majority of the story is a rehash of the difficult background that Thayer Evans already wrote about last year for Fox Sports. That story was fabulous, an eye-opening account into an upbringing that most of us can't even imagine.

But that story ran nearly a year ago, amidst the swirl of media attention that surrounded the LSU-Alabama BCS title game.

I linked the Fox Sports story at the time and encouraged y'all to read it in the days surrounding the BCS title game.

I'd say the same thing today. Read it.

But now SI tells that same story, a year later, with insubstantial new news included.

Except for a couple of paragraphs about Mathieu's image potentially being used by a local Baton Rouge club.

The Five Stages of Southern Male Fall Wedding Grief

Written by: Hayley Frank

“We find a place for what we lose. Although we know that after such a loss the acute stage of mourning will subside, we also know that we shall remain inconsolable and will never find a substitute. No matter what may fill the gap, even if it be filled completely, it nevertheless remains something else.”
-Sigmund Freud

I used to think grief was what I felt when I was in Jr. High and my 12-week old Shih Tzu puppy died at home while we were away on vacation in San Antonio, TX. We had had a pesky mouse in the kitchen at the time so the exterminator put rat poison down in the pantry, except the mouse never found it.   Because Nugget Frank found it first.   Therefore, at the tender age of 14, I was able to form what I thought was a pretty acute definition of mourning.   However, this weekend I learned that my definition was wrong. Glaringly wrong. I now know that the definition of mourning is a lost Football Saturday in the south.

Linemaker Poll: Week of October 15

Written by: Todd Fuhrman

The BCS unveiled their rankings this past weekend but how does the first installment match up with the way Vegas ranks the field?

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