Want to know the Southeastern Conference's worst football nightmare this morning?

KNOXVILLE — The scoreboard told the story of an outcome that was certainly predictable, if not preordained. Tennessee had 50 points, Kentucky 16, same as it ever was.

Jay, in honor of "Dumb and Dumber To" coming out tomorrow, let's see your Rushmore of "Dumb and Dumber" quotes for the mailbag. Lots of good ones to choose from.

There is no shortage of intrigue this week as there are high stakes for a gaggle of SEC teams. Divisional, conference and even national championship hopes are on the line. Bowl eligibility is being hunted.

In the wee small hours of Saturday morning, Aug. 30, 76 Ooltewah High School football players returned to their campus following a 24-20 victory at Murfreesboro Siegel a few hours earlier.

It was the kind of line only Jim Foster can deliver.

Last week, when we talked about tired sports cliches -- and we were a little stunned how popular that segment was on "Press Row" on ESPN 105.1 -- someone mentioned the full pronunciation of the NATIONAL Football League.

Morning, hope your coffee has been warm and your pastry tasty. And we have decided to mix things up and have a mailbag this week. Want to play along?

It's Monday. You know it, we know it, Monday knows it.

It is what it is.

A University of Tennessee at Chattanooga yellow plastic hard hat positioned tightly atop his shiny blue wig, Eric Cooksey held high a sign that read: "SoCon Champs."

You can make an argument that the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team sits at the crossroad.

Great week gang, and thanks to everyone who has played along here or on Press Row or those who came to World of Beer on Monday and said hello.

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