Yeah, forgetting to attend a class for a whole semester — or forgetting the final — is a common dream for everyone who’s ever been to college. (Rather a simple debunking of Freudianism there, by the way.)
As to football dreams, when the Crimson Tide’s 5-0 and ranked No. 2 in the AP poll, Alabama fans don’t have to sleep to dream of a national championship, even though (a) it’s a rebuilding team with true freshmen in the starting lineup, and (b) going undefeated in the SEC is an extremely difficult feat, as Florida learned Saturday. Plus the Tide has to play LSU (currently No. 3) in Baton Rouge, and then try to break its losing against Auburn.
Still, it’s a wonderful thing: The market’s cratering, Obama’s up by 8, and all I really care about now is Alabama football.
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