Ole Miss Students Shade Bama, Nick Saban on Extra Credit Question

Dr. Matthew Morrison has been teaching at Ole Miss’ Engineering department for a little over a year, and by the looks of it, he’s been sucked into SEC football culture.
Morrison couldn’t help but throw some shots at Alabama head coach Nick Saban while laying out rules for a recent exam:

And if that wasn’t cheeky enough, Morrison also provided an extra credit question to his students right out of Chuck Klosterman’s book, “Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto:

Defying all expectation, a group of Scottish marine biologists capture a live Loch Ness Monster. In an almost unbelievable coincidence, a bear hunter in the Pacific Northwest shoots a Sasquatch in the thigh, thereby allowing zoologists to take the furry monster into captivity. These events happen on the same afternoon. That evening, the president announces he may have thyroid cancer and will undergo a biopsy later that week.
You are the front page editor of The New York Times: What do you play as the biggest story?

Some students probably put serious thought into this question, but one individual went with a Nick Saban twist (to much success):

Others, however, weren’t so lucky:

We don’t blame Morrison one bit for holding back points on this answer. (Weak headline.)
[H/T to Alex McDaniel; Matthew Morrison]

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