… until I met Bill Connelly’s piece about Mizzou losing to Middle Tennessee.
Really, this is some world class jerkiness.
As far as the “It didn’t work, but that’s not the point” sub-header goes, is his point to make people root for Corch when Michigan and Ohio State face off? If so, he’s got a shot of pulling that off.
Leonard Fournette delivers a classic “did somebody get the license plate number of that truck?” blow on a hapless Ole Miss defensive back.
Say what you will about the bathrooms at Sanford Stadium, we’ve never heard a PA announcement like this:
Focus, people. There’s still plenty of college football being played today.
You may not care, but my other alma mater is playing today. Still hard to get a handle on North Carolina, which for now represents Georgia’s sole quality 2016 win.
West Virginia’s ranked twelfth? How did that happen?
The SEC West is running out of time to bring the Tide back to earth.
This looks to be a good gauge of where both teams stand now.
Mississippi State gets a chance to prove it’s worthy of the SEC West.
|Tennessee State||7:30 PM|
Is there such a thing as a trap game for the Commodores?
What do I predict? Scoring. Lots of scoring.
I guess we’ll find out what kind of job Coach O is doing.
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Pretty amazing — an almost 1500-word piece on how Alabama changed its defense for the better after 2012 without a single mention of Kirby Smart.
It’s reassuring to know that the brain trust at Georgia saw through the public perception of “it’s Saban’s defense” to get the man they wanted.
To be fair, I doubt the truth on Smart’s role in fashioning the ‘Bama defense is anywhere near that absolute. I also doubt that anyone at Butts-Mehre who had a hand in hiring Smart had the first clue about how to gauge that.
Blind faith is what makes religion run. It’s not the best guiding principle for managing a football program, though.