Yeah, I get the glass house admonition, but this AP article is too good to pass up.
Alabama politics are at a low point even by Alabama standards: In a state that trails the nation in many areas, three top elected officials are embroiled in scandal or facing removal from office while a former governor serves time in federal prison on a corruption conviction…
“I never recall when the top leaders of all three branches of government were simultaneously accused of improper behavior,” Bill Stewart, a retired political scientist from the University of Alabama, said Saturday…
Among the nation’s poorest states, Alabama is troubled by problem areas including physical and mental health; comparatively low high school graduation rates; and too many occupational deaths, according to a report by the United Health Foundation. It consistently ranks high in college football – the University of Alabama is the reigning national champion – while struggling in so many other ways.
What percentage of the local population do you figure is okay with that trade off?
Here’s the Audiobook version of Hunter Thompson’s classic piece “The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved”:
For the hopeless romantics out there…
Ah, the good old days, when college administrators could sanctimoniously deny paying players and were believed.
Georgia is an early favorite in the opener.
Evidently the betting public isn’t as worried about the quarterback situation as we are.
Oh, yeah – looking good, Gus.
It’s worth a try, I suppose, but insurance companies litigating multi-million dollar claims don’t tend to be as sweet and understanding as that fourth-grade teacher who let you get away with that excuse.
Before I get all worked up about any Tracy-Rocker-to-Alabama rumors, someone is first going to have to come up with a credible explanation as to why a man who said this a few months ago…
“When you play a game like this and you have — I’ll call it — a bit of a mutiny; well, it IS mutiny — it’s important that you bring the kids together, and I thought it was important we did that,” Rocker said in a concourse beneath EverBank Field. “Those kids, we kept them together, and that’s what B-Mac (Bryan McClendon) did a great job with. Everybody focused and everybody stayed the course.”
… is ready to go coach for Jeremy Pruitt.