Astral travel ... Second Sight ... Spiritual Joyrides when all about you are sick and some even look like they’re dying. Detroit Airport Saturday afternoon was as eerie and full of omens as it was lacking a full load of the usual villains. Just back from a week in Detroit and a visit to lovely Adrian Michigan. All the Michigan homers loved us in our LSU gear and I made it to the barn of one of the local lovely Milk maids for some extracurricular activities. Country goodness, whether in a good ole fashion breakfast or carnival pleasures taken in a heated barn (authentic woman-cave) are things that last long after the memory of the massive mammaries & pretty faces subside. Enough of my lechery and “Cougar Life” escapades, let’s get to THE VISION. The polls had LSU at 5, third in the SEC. Texas was ranked at 10th with Ehlinger. 2020 Top 25 1. Ohio State 2. Clemson 3. Alabama 4. Georgia 5. LSU 10. Texas THE VISION: In this meaningful Vision, I hovered above DV like a wired camera. Matt McKindaGay wore an Orange Ehrlinger shirt and his TF Gay Cheerleaders there (cheering for Matt). Wink! The game took an immediate turn for Texas early on a fluke ST turnover and Texas went on the boards first silencing a stunned Tiger crowd. The Talking Heads were not there, choosing instead to cover OSU Oregon. After two ineffective possessions, it seemed that Texas had a handle on the LSU offense and defense as Ehlinger punched in a score to HOLE US UP at 14-0. First Qtr ended! On first play of Qtr 2 (or near that), Myles dumped a toss to (3 or 4) who took it 70+ yards to score electrifying a dead stadium. Texas stopped immediately, as Pelini dialed in blitzes that knocked UT back near their 10. Punt. Another Myles pass play on 2nd down went 60 yards. 14-14. Just like that. The second quarter was a series of 3 and out for poor Herman and the Horns. It was a Heisman look for Myles Brennan, who added more Passing TDs. 28 or 35 to 14. Second half rout and passing yards just continued to multiply and it was sick by the end of the third Qtr ... 49 or 56 to 21 The fourth highlighted two 60+ bombs to Ja’Marr Chase as the Tigers decimated Texas with both short range and extremely long range bombing. 70-21 LSU ... 802 yards passing, 7 or 8 pass TDs An overwhelmed Herman whimpered in the post game that this team was much better that last years team he faced in Austin, and America better watch out for Brennan as Herman thought he was better than Joe Boo The ESPN froth that followed vaulted the underrated LSU Tigers to a #2 Ranking. 800+ yards passing with no let up against their first Top 10 opponent. Mark it!