Ole Miss player rips Leonard Fournette's facemask off

Have you ever seen this happen before?

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Via ESPN

About the only way to shut down LSU freshman Leonard Fournette for good: ruin his equipment, so that officials will forbid him from taking the field. Ole Miss’ Serderius Bryant is pretty strong, it turns out!

Fournette has 155 total yards against one of the country’s highest-rated defenses, and his Tigers have just taken the lead on the country’s No. 3 team with five minutes to go. So … take a well-earned break while they put your helmet back together.

That facemask call was correct. #MISSvsLSU pic.twitter.com/jw4fl5zMpY

— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) October 26, 2014

Brent Musburger on alleged SEC bias:

Brent Musburger works for the SEC Network. He also thinks the SEC is the best conference in college football. He could be biased *and* correct.

Brent Musburger addressed claims that ESPN and SEC Network employees are biased… kind of.

“Deal with it, they’re the best.” He doesn’t quite say he isn’t biased, he just says that the SEC happens to have the best teams. Those two things are not mutually exclusive.

To be fair, the stats back him up. Earlier, Chris Fowler had called claims of ESPN’s SEC bias “stupid, uninformed stuff.”

Coyotes fan visits Coyotes game dressed as a demonic werewolf

The next person who scores gets eaten, apparently.

Halloween is right around the corner, so naturally hockey fans will show up to games in costume. Usually that means a lot more people in the stands dressed as hockey players or Batman get screen time in between periods.

But not in Arizona. No, sir. Coyotes fans jump straight to the other end of the Halloween costume spectrum and show up as demonic werewolves. The best (or creepiest) part about this guy is that he isn’t even walking around trying to scare people. He’s just sitting down and staring straight ahead, like a demonic coyote who’s just trying to watch his favorite hockey team.

We’re sure that’ll go over just fine until the guy to his left finally looks up from his phone and notices the big furry thing with fangs.