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Mutiny On Lynch Street?

Doctor S isn't so sure that Jackson State football coach James "Captain Queeg" is going to finish his second and last season as the Tigers coach. The wheels appear to be falling off and the spies tell Doctor S that the Tigers are on the verge of mutiny. Bell's actions this week have stirred the ire of the Tigers and Tigers fans. First, Bell told linebacker Joseph Scott that he would be suspended for Saturday's game because he wore different cleats from the rest of the team during the Alabama State game. Then Bell denied he had suspended Scott, who leads the SWAC in tackles. Then a story in The Clarion-Ledger on JSU's offense (or lack of) revealed dissension among the coaches on play calling, which Queeg, uh, Bell denied. And Bell said he wasn't going to use his third-string quarterback anytime soon because "I don't play to lose, I play to win." Since when, Queeg?

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