Aggies to Q-Drop Ole Miss Loss Aggies to Q-Drop Ole Miss Loss
I’ve seen ’em lose, and I’ve seen ’em win. And now I’ve seen ’em quit. The Aggies lost to the Ole Miss Rebels 35-20... Aggies to Q-Drop Ole Miss Loss

I’ve seen ’em lose, and I’ve seen ’em win. And now I’ve seen ’em quit. The Aggies lost to the Ole Miss Rebels 35-20 in a game that was less close than the score indicated.

Fortunately, undergraduate football teams are normally permitted four Q-Drops during their collegiate careers. After using three of them to eliminate losses against the Tigers from last season, the Aggies have decided to Q-Drop their most recent loss.

Aggies Q-Drop Ole Miss

When a student decides to Q-Drop a class, there is no longer an incentive for them to show up to lectures. It became clear that the Aggies were going to be dropping this game by the end of the third quarter and fans left accordingly.

“We’ve been preaching consistency in practice and our boys delivered,” Coach Kevin Sumlin said after the game. “They have consistently underperformed these last three weeks. Fortunately with the Q-Drop, our guys have a chance to start over fresh.”

While Q-Dropped losses do not affect the AP or Coaches rankings, the losses are removed from the official team scoreboard. Now, the Aggies can live in a blissful ignorance about their abilities for at least one more week.

Just be glad we scheduled a cupcake game in Tuscaloosa this Saturday.

-Cactus Jack

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Cactus Jack

Like Bellamy, we knew immediately that we wanted Cactus Jack on our team. It probably has to do with the fact that when we first met him, he was trying to figure out what it would feel like to lick a cactus. He’s sort of like the abandoned dog you come across on the side of the highway. He may be ugly, but we pulled over to watch and now we feel at least partially responsible for him.

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