I know you shouldn’t tar an entire fan base because of the actions of a few crackpots, but between Harvey Updyke and this bitch, damn, Alabama, just damn.
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“She said we weren’t real Alabama fans because it didn’t bother us that they lost. And then she started shooting.”
No turkey in this buffet.
- Harvey Updyke’s rehabilitation hasn’t exactly taken hold.
- With all the bad luck with injuries we’ve seen in Athens, I’m kind of surprised this happened with the other Bulldogs.
- Speaking of injuries, it’s hard to believe that Todd Gurley’s still got a decent shot at another 1,000-yard rushing season.
- Gene Chizik reflects. Yawn.
- If you haven’t heard, next year Georgia plays Arkansas in Little Rock.
- One reason we always seem to hear about patience and Georgia quarterbacks is because Bobo and Richt are good at developing their starters at the position.
- Tennessee refuses to release information about whether Maurice Couch or Tyler Bray committed any NCAA violations, citing the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, a federal law designed to protect student privacy. Wait, what?
By Buy a ticket to the Chattanooga game, Tide fans, and they’ll throw in a $10 concession voucher… plus a Nick Saban photograph!
When you’ve got a big staff, it’s easy to lose track of everyone’s responsibilities. Now we know who the coach in charge of paying players at Alabama
Wakey, wakey, football fans.
- Texas, Willie Lyles is standing by, ready to offer his services in a time of need.
- Jadeveon Clowney is hurting. If Georgia finishes out the season ahead of South Carolina, brace yourselves an updated version of the “Tebow was injured in the 2007 Cocktail Party” excuse from ‘Cock fans.
- Epic onside kick fail in the Duke-Tech game.
- After Harvey Updyke’s asshole unpuckers yesterday, he sends a little bravado Johnny Manziel’s way.
- Tommie Frazier is a bit miffed with Bo Pelini’s defense.
- Against Oregon, Tennessee gave up the second-most yards in a single game in program history. Safety Brian Randolph’s conclusion? “We didn’t play up to our standard today.” I suppose that’s true in a way.
- Johnny Football vs. Johnny Rotten.
- Johnny Football vs. Nick Saban.
- Alabama’s coaches and players have no hard feelings about one of the stupidest penalties in college football. I wonder if they’d feel the same way had they lost.
Quite the scheduling conflict my brethren in Birmingham face.
Choosing between the Book of Life and Nick Saban? Man, that’s a tough call.
UPDATE: You knew there had to be a topper, right? Right.
Among the members of the congregation is SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, who was in attendance at Rosh Hashanah services. Apparently the edict applies to him, too.
I’m fine with gun ownership in general, but damn if this doesn’t make me uneasy:
The policy comes a little more than two weeks after Alabama Act 2013-283 went into effect on August 1. The law, which was written as SB-286 and signed into law in May, overhauled the law of the land concerning guns in some places and clarified them in others. The waters are muddied, though, about where the rights of gun owners end and the rights of property owners begin.
In one area, the law says gun owners with a concealed carry permit are allowed to carry weapons to athletic events, regardless of whether they’re hosted professionally or by a school. However, the law also gives property owners the right to ban firearms in places where there are strong security measures, such as guards.
The discrepancy has left many asking which part of the law supersedes the other — are gun owners allowed to carry at athletic events that have additional security measures, like to a football game in Jordan-Hare or Bryant-Denny, or not?
The matter may have to be decided in court. Many gun owners have read the law and believe they’d be in the right to have their pistols on campus…
I mean, guns, tailgating and college football. What could possibly go wrong?
Let me preface this post by saying that in no way do I think this is representative of the Alabama fan base, but, damn, y’all, this dude has shit for brains:
“He’s a winner, he just does what he wants to do,” says Lee Allen, an Alabama fan from Decatur. “He’s kind of like Hitler. He’s a dictator. He brought us back to the top and I figure we’re going to be here for a while. Money well spent.”
Wait, what? Hitler? You mean that as a compliment? “Yeah,” Allen says in between discreetly spitting tobacco juice into a water bottle in the lobby.
Of course he did, bless his heart.
I’m pretty sure I don’t need to add any further commentary to a song penned by one Sonny Bama that has the lyric “Nick Saban and Jesus, yeah, that’s our guys.”
But don’t let me stop you.
- Finally, a media headline about college footballers not making money that points the finger in the NFL’s direction.
- Over the past five years, Georgia has been one of the slower offenses in the game. But things have been speeding up recently.
- More Willie Martinez love: “No Georgia defensive player has gone before the third round since the Indianapolis selected cornerback Tim Jennings in 2006 in round two with the 62nd overall pick.”
- It’s nice that the Peach Bowl name will be making a reappearance, but the BCS commissioners’ fixation with naming is getting a little weird.
- Richt says J.J. Green will stay on offense. One thing about Green that impressed me at G-Day was that he showed good hands snagging a high, hard pass. If he can offer some blitz protection, he definitely looks like a contributor on passing downs.
- You know this is shit Nick Saban doesn’t have time for.
- Sounds like Bill Hancock’s gotten a little sensitive about the old order he’s been defending: “There are two letters that are not associated with this name,” Hancock said. Hey, nobody ever said being a flack was easy.
- NCAA ponders waiving the waiver process for 6-7 teams that want to go bowling.