Cyber Week holiday shopping deals keep on rolling in

Cyber Week holiday shopping deals keep on rolling in

Save on smart TVs, laptops, headphones, books, and even a Nintendo Switch or two.

As Cyber Monday disappears in the rearview mirror of time and Christmas looms on the horizon like a great black storm, it’s natural to start asking yourself the big questions: Who are we? Why are we here? What’s on sale?Deals are below, but highlights include Hunter’s Tail UV Umbrella Hat for $9.17 at Amazon, Up to 20% off select Samsung QLED TVs with Alexa Built-In at Amazon, Letters From Father Christmas eBook, Tolkien, J.R.R. for $1.99 at Amazon, Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones for $119.00 at Amazon, Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab, 10.1″ FHD IPS Touch, 4GB, 64GB eMMC for $139.49 at eBay, Nintendo Switch with Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy‑Con for $299.99 at Amazon.Sporting Goods / OutdoorsHunter’s Tail UV Umbrella Hat for $9.17 at AmazonTelevisions / Streaming DevicesSAMSUNG 43-inch Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series – 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Alexa Built-in for $297.99 at AmazonUp to 20% off select Samsung QLED TVs with Alexa Built-In at AmazonLogitech Harmony Ultimate One for $54.99 at WootHome AudioUp to 40% off select Samsung Soundbars and Sound Towers at AmazonBest Choice Products 61-Key Beginners Electronic Keyboard Piano Set w/ LED, Lighted Keys, 3 Teaching Modes, Headphones for $119.99 at WalmartMediaLetters From Father Christmas eBook, Tolkien, J.R.R. for $1.99 at AmazonTechBOYA Super Cardioid Directional On Camera Shotgun Microphone for $49.99 at Best BuyNexiGo 1080P Webcam with Microphone for $24.99 at AmazonWearable Tech / Personal AudioSteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset – Lossless High Fidelity Wireless + Bluetooth for PS5/PS4 and PC – Black for $239.99 at AmazonBeats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones for $119.00 at AmazonComputers / PC PartsMicrosoft 365 Family 12-month subscription with Auto-Renewal + $50 Amazon Gift Card for $99.99 at AmazonAcer Nitro 5 15.6″ Full HD 144Hz IPS Display, Intel Core i5, NVIDIA RTX 2060, 16GB DDR4, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD for $799.00 at WalmartHP Cyber Monday Last Chance SaleLG 34GP83A-B 34 Inch 21 9 Ultragear Curved QHD (3440 x 1440) 1ms Nano IPS Gaming Monitor with 144Hz and G-SYNC Compatibility for $799.99 at AmazonTablets / SmartphonesLenovo Yoga Smart Tab, 10.1″ FHD IPS Touch, 4GB, 64GB eMMC for $139.49 at eBayPower / ChargingTACKLIFE P16 150W Portable Power Station 167Wh 45000mAh Battery Generator with Dual 110V AC Outlet 3 DC Ports 2 USB Outputs for $99.95 at Amazon Ontel Battery Daddy, 180 Battery Organizer and Storage Case with Tester for $19.99 at AmazonApparelFestive Dumpster Fire T Shirt for $15 at WootBlack Diamond LightWeight ScreenTap Gloves for $11.73 at REIKitchenInstant Pot Duo Plus 9-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, 6 Quart, 15 One-Touch Programs for $89.99 at AmazonUp to 30% off Le Creuset Cast Iron, Stoneware and Kettles at AmazonOtterbox Elevation 64oz Growler for $28.99 at WootContigo Coffee Couture AUTOSEAL Vacuum-Insulated Travel Mug, 14oz, Blue Slate for $8.23 at AmazonBella Egg Cooker for $7.99 at Best BuyImusa USA 14″ Light Cast Iron Wok

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SEC Football Power Rankings: Alabama rolling, Tennessee plummets

Cecil Hurt
 |  The Tuscaloosa News

We have reached the critical question of our times: Can college football survive without the Vanderbilt-Tennessee game? Coronavirus problems at Arkansas (the schedule shuffle is difficult to follow) have led to the postponement of that game, which probably will be played eventually. Whether it should be canceled on aesthetic grounds is another question. 

1. Alabama (7-0) 

Alabama at this point is the aggressive Black Friday mom knocking 5-year-olds out of the way because she has a coupon for 20% off on a PS5.

2. Texas A&M (5-1) 

A COVID-19 hiatus has taken the Aggies out of the national spotlight, so a win would help ease them back to the CFP conversation. 

3. Florida (6-1) 

With a win over Kentucky this week, Florida can start breaking down Alabama film.  (They already have.) 

4. Georgia (5-2) 

“Hey, let’s try another quarterback, Coach” seemed to work out well for the Bulldogs.

5. Auburn (5-2) 

Contemplate a universe where Bo Nix is 2-0 against Nick Saban and an SEC legend.  

6. Ole Miss (3-4) 

Not even Faulkner’s fictional Mississippi world could have foreseen Lane Kiffin in an Egg Bowl. 

7. Missouri (3-3)   

Imagine finding out on a Monday afternoon that you have a new opponent for Saturday. That’s 2020, and Vanderbilt isn’t an easy preparation.  

8. LSU (3-3) 

Alabama might have been a little dubious about the LSU cancellation, but it didn’t devolve into a Dabo-esque farce – which is better for football no matter how much fun Nick and Ed jawing at each other would have been. 

9. Arkansas (3-5) 

Edged out by LSU last weekend and caught by coronavirus this week, but Arkansas still has respect for its turnaround. 

10. Kentucky (3-5) 

Depleted by the virus and playing Alabama and Florida back to back is cruel and unusual punishment.  

11. Tennessee (2-5) 

Jeremy Pruitt not playing Vanderbilt this week might have been a bad break, or it might have been a reprieve.  

12. Mississippi State (2-5) 

In a roller-coaster of a season, starting high and then plummeting, the Bulldogs won a 49-cowbell salute by pushing Georgia to the final minute with fewer than 50 scholarship players.

13. South Carolina (2-6)

The interim season marches to an inevitable end. 

14. Vanderbilt (0-7)   

The mystery game against Missouri is yet another “probably not … but maybe” for Vanderbilt.  

Reach Cecil Hurt at [email protected] or via Twitter @cecilhurt

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