Hiatus /hi·a·tus/ n.
1. A gap or interruption in space, time, or continuity; a break
With the news that Phil Fulmer wants to put his subpoena-stickied fingers all in the BCS Selection Committee, it is time to reflect upon the reasons that he went on hiatus to begin with: Namely, diminishing returns, underachievement with some of the nation's best coaches and players, and an inability to compete against the elite coaches in the SEC. Let's make that hiatus a permanent retirement from public life, shall we?
Additionally, I apologize for my hiatus, as a new job has kept me very occupied while I try to dig myself out before the season starts.
Lagniappe: If you type "hiatus" into the address bar of Firefox or Chrome, you will get a nice little chuckle from the results.