The lot of you proceeded to make short shrift of the latest Dawg Sports poll question, offering a wide variety of responses to the inquiry, "Which S.E.C. team's on-campus stadium affords the greatest home field advantage?"
The top choice was L.S.U.'s Tiger Stadium, which received 40 per cent of the vote. Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium was a solid second-place finisher with 23 per cent and Georgia's Sanford Stadium came in third with 16 per cent of the ballots cast.
Sorry, Coach . . . you're still No. 2.
Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium and Tennessee's Neyland Stadium tied for fourth place with seven per cent apiece and Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium finished a surprising sixth with three per cent of the vote, barely edging out South Carolina's Williams-Brice Stadium (2%).
Arkansas's Reynolds Razorback Stadium managed only a measly one per cent of the vote and, while Mississippi's Vaught-Hemingway Stadium garnered no ballots, the final one per cent went to the ever-popular "none of the above" . . . which means someone out there thinks the best home field advantage in the league is owned by Kentucky, Mississippi State, or Vanderbilt. If you cast that ballot, please leave me a comment letting me know why.
This has nothing to do with anything, but it appears that Mary-Louise Parker is embarrassed by all the attention.
With football season just around the corner, the new poll question concerns the number of quarterbacks Georgia will play against Western Kentucky. Let me know what you think.