As we count down the days to the ritual viewing of the most storied moment in SEC history -- on this, the 50th anniversary of THE GREATEST PUNT RETURN ON A PAGAN-BASED HOLIDAY BY A HEISMAN-TROPHY-WINNER-ORTHODONTIST-COUNTERFEITER -- the Expats are weighing in with history-making highlights from their schools.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Being a Mississippi State man, my list is short.
Number 2: December 1, 2003 -- Sylvester Croom is hired as the first black head coach in the SEC.
Number 1: December 6, 1941 -- MSU concludes its first and only conference-championship season with a 26-13 road win against San Francisco. Sensing a country in disarray, Japan attacks Pearl Harbor the next morning.
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