Mizzou's playing host to all sorts of dangerous elements today, including lightning and Alabama football.
You should've listened to that priest at Mass this morning, Nick Saban. Alabama has refused to allow Missouri a touchdown, and now the game's gone and been suspended on account of nearby lightning, according to SEC policy:
SEC policy, when lightning detected within 6 miles, competition shall be suspended and resumed after 30 minutes with no more strikes— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) October 13, 2012
The Tide are up, 27-0, midway through the second quarter, and this game looks to be about as competitive as the one earlier in the year that was up and called due to weather. That one pitted Florida State and lowly Savannah State. No offense Mizzou, but you're both Tigers.
So now we're just waiting on the lightning to stop in Columbia.
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