Spencer Hall (aka Orson Swindle) posted thusly on SBNation:
"Ole Miss just beat LSU 25-23, and we have one request after watching this: may Les Miles of LSU and Houston Nutt of Ole Miss be allowed them to coach in the same division for the rest of eternity. After the usual lunacy of an Ole Miss/LSU game--key trick plays, hard hitting, and gifted speedsters like Dexter McCluster flying all over the field--the coda of the game came down to your usual crazy-ass collection of risky coaching decisions and improbable chaos, the twin hallmarks of both Houston Nutt and Les Miles' careers.
A long-shot, of course, is what Les Miles calls "a retirement investment strategy." Thanks to Ole Miss failing to understand that they could touch a ball after ten yards without penalty, Brandon LaFell recovered the onside. Have no doubt: this was the worst onside kick coverage you will ever see. LaFell ran past Rebel kick teamers like a dog at a picnic stealing a pork chop off a grill."
Orson linked to himself (is that considered sock0-puppeting?) from EDSBS with the following annotation:
"We…we still don’t know what the hell that shit was, Les."
This article actually went 90% of the way in soothing my pain from yesterday.