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Kentucky Fan Gets Asked to Prom Via Jersey

Written by: Clay Travis

Since Outkick is generally a site that brings you the sweetest, cuddliest, nicest news on the Internet, we thought it was time to remind you that it's prom season across our nation's country. A time when hormone-crazed teenage boys contemplate every possible way to get their dates to sleep with them -- while mostly failing -- and fathers contemplate killing whichever boy shows up to take out their teenage daughter.  

Which brings us to this heartwarming story delivered to Outkick's email:

Will Ernst writes:

"My sister got asked to prom by her boyfriend who made a custom Kentucky jersey. We live in Lincoln, Nebraska now but moved from Kentucky awhile back. Hope you enjoy."

Okay, all together now -- awwwww. 

This is probably the best use of a Kentucky basketball jersey on a white man since Patrick Sparks. 

Congrats, Liz.

Have fun at prom.

(P.S. despite what your date tells you blue balls aren't an actual medical condition.)  

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The first BCS standings of 2012 look awfully familiar to the last BCS standings of 2012.

The SEC has the first two spots, Alabama is number one and Florida is number two.

Four of the top seven are SEC teams and LSU, significantly, is the highest rated one-loss team. Meaning that the Bayou Bengals, even with a loss at Florida, still would likely play for the national title if they won every game remaining on their schedule.

Looking at these rankings the same is probably true for South Carolina.

Yep, there's a very real chance of an all-SEC BCS title again.

In the meantime, the SEC has six of the top 12 teams in college football.

Which is just insane.

When the SEC schedule came out, I immediately scanned Texas A&M's home schedule to decide which game I should attend for my first ever trip to College Station. My criteria was simple, I wanted to go for the biggest SEC game possible. 

Why?

Because the biggest SEC game possible never, ever starts before 2:30 central. By looking at the SEC schedule I knew that barring complete implosion by both teams the LSU-A&M game would be either the national CBS game or a night game on ESPN.

What I wanted to avoid at all costs was an early kickoff game, the dreaded 11 am central tilt that drains all excitement, kills all fun, and leaves everyone waking at pre-dawn hours.

Put simply, I wanted to have a hell of a good time tailgating. Especially since, like just about everybody else, I'd be driving into College Station from a substantial distance away, in my case, downtown Houston.

Yesterday the state of Mississippi put on an early Halloween costume -- the coaching grim reaper.

Gene Chizik's Auburn team rolled into Oxford and lost by 21, then later that same evening Derek Dooley's Vols hit Starkville and lost by ten. Both losses solidified the fates of Gene Chizik and Derek Dooley, barring an unexpected and massive upset by either coach's team -- which is about as likely as an asteroid striking the earth -- each man will be unemployed by December.

Potentially sooner.

Yep, it's time to hang up the orange pants and the leather jacket for good.

Auburn and Tennessee are two of the top jobs in the country. Both schools have massive athletic departments, fan bases, and stadiums. In each school the football team is the engine of commerce that fuels all additional team sports.  

I hate the Steelers with the all-encompassing and penetrating fury of a thousand suns shining at once.

So, yeah,  last night's Rob Bironas kick on the final play of the game was extremely gratifying.

26-23 Titans, bang.

The win was almost as gratifying as our beaver pelt traders of the week, the Tennessee Titan cheerleaders and their breast cancer awareness t-shirts.

What better way to show football fans how important protecting boobs is than by clothing some of the best boobs in America in tight pink t-shirts?

Yep, our beaver pelt traders of the week are the Titans cheerleaders, like Tiffany, who kindly posted this pic of the cheerleaders in their outfits.

Okay, this is pretty cool.

The guys over at Daily Joust have set up an Outkick the Coverage tournament featuring this week's top ten college football games. I picked the ten games, it's all the SEC games plus the biggest national games of the weekend -- Notre Dame at Stanford, West Virginia at Texas Tech, and Texas vs. Oklahoma.

The challenge is pretty simple, how good of a team can you build with $1 million to spend on talent?

Every player is assigned a value and you have to decide how to allocate your resources.

Basically, pretend you're Auburn before the Cam Newton investigation.

So here's my team:

By Eric Taylor

If you’re old enough, you remember a time just before pay-per-view television. For the most part of boxing’s heyday  -- late 1970s through the late 1980s – there was a thing called closed circuit television. Although Vince McMahon and what was then known as the WWF were introducing the world to pay-per-view events that could be watched from home, boxing’s cash cow was closed circuit.

The season is nearly half over but the best is still to come during the final 2 months. In order to make sense of the college football landscape, I called in the help of an oddsmaker colleague to share his lookahead lines for the remainder of the season and asked a professional bettor to offer his insight as well.

We know Auburn's Gene Chizik is on the hot seat because his team is 1-4 and coming off an awful 17 point home loss to Arkansas. Chizik has denied that he feels like he's on the hot seat.  

We know that Gene Chizik knows he's on the hot seat now because his wife has taken to Facebook to suggest that if Auburn fans are all in they can combat the devil of not being all in. Also, if Auburn fans are all in they can occupy Wall Street, bring democracy to the Middle East, and have flash mobs.

This whole thing is such a mess.

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In May, my little brother graduated from Mizzou. He majored in finance and was somehow able to immediately find a job in his field at an investment firm, albeit part time. He was so excited and 100% determined to prove himself in order to get a full time position. But then his determination dropped when he was told they expected him to work Sundays. Being a lifelong Chiefs fan who hasn't missed a game in years, would he dare ask off for one of the only three days a week he is expected to work, at a job he just started? Was he going to let every other part time employee working there take a big lead over him for a full time position? Or was he going to put his career first? 

In the immediate aftermath of Auburn's 2010 BCS title, excitement ran high on the Plains.

Gene Chizik had just won the school's first title since 1957. An undefeated 14-0 season. Stellar recruiting classes as far as the eye could see. The future was bright, so bright that Auburn needed to lock in Chizik to keep him from bolting for another job. So the Tigers gave good ole Gene a $10 million buyout. That buyout declined by $2.5 million over each of the next five seasons, eventually reaching zero in 2015. This means that if Auburn fires Chizik this year they owe him a whopping $7.5 million, the largest buyout in SEC history.

Yep, just over twenty months removed from an Arizona night when he raised the crystal football high above his head to celebrate a national title, Auburn has had enough of Chizik.  

That's because Auburn's past, present, and future went pro.

His name was Cam Newton.

Since Cam's departure a few felonies ensued, Gus Malzahn and Michael Dyer bailed on the Tigers, and suddenly Auburn fans were left holding the bag, it was clear that Gene Chizik was who we thought he was.

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