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Sometimes lightning does strike twice in the same place.

Ole Miss and Mississippi State combined for just six wins entering the 2004 Egg Bowl, five heading into their '05 matchup and six again in '06.

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Sometimes lightning does strike twice in the same place.

KNOXVILLE — The whistle blew and the yellow piece of laundry hit the Neyland Stadium turf as Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs dropped back to throw what looked to be a long pass.

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ATHENS, Ga. — One losing season. Two Southeastern Conference East Division titles. One torn ACL. One torn meniscus.

Ole Miss and Mississippi State combined for just six wins entering the 2004 Egg Bowl, five heading into their '05 matchup and six again in '06.

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Nobody said it would be easy, especially with the required assignments.

How long have the Crimson Tide spent on special teams this week, and how often has the end to last year's Iron Bowl been mentioned in practice?

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Sometimes lightning does strike twice in the same place.

KNOXVILLE — The whistle blew and the yellow piece of laundry hit the Neyland Stadium turf as Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs dropped back to throw what looked to be a long pass.

ATHENS, Ga. — One losing season. Two Southeastern Conference East Division titles. One torn ACL. One torn meniscus.

Johnny Musso, Bobby Humphrey and Shaun Alexander are among the Alabama running backs who eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards twice during their Crimson Tide careers.

Ole Miss and Mississippi State combined for just six wins entering the 2004 Egg Bowl, five heading into their '05 matchup and six again in '06.

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