Monday, November 28, 2005

Championship Week

LSU vs. Georgia

Texas vs. Colorado

Virginia Tech vs. Florida State


Army vs. Navy

Let us know what you think about the games and ramble on.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

IRON BOWL 2005.....Domination on the Plains and other SEC Ramblings

4, 3-0, & -17..........Numbers of the Weekend as AU pounds Bama for the fourth straight time, Tubs whips Shula to run his head to head record to three wins and no losses against the turtleneck, and the negative yardage the Tide O produced in the first quarter as the game was over with 3 minutes to play in the first quarter. Domination.

LSU stomped Ole Miss America to set up a possible date in the Dome with Georgia. Does Arkansas have a prayer Friday?

Georgia stomps Kentucky to clinch the East. Should the real SEC championship be LSU vs. Auburn instead? As we speak right now, the Tigers are the two best teams in the SEC. Head and shoulders above the rest.

Pat Dye is to Bill Curry as Tommy Tubs is to Mikey Shula. Both Bama coaches are winless in three attempts vs. the Tigers. They got outcoached every time, also.

Let us hear about your take on a great Saturday of football and any interesting stories.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Picks for November 19 and other Revelry

Rivalry weekend is upon us and there are some interesting matchups. We wil change things up a bit for a challenge this week. Enjoy and let us know why you say such things.

Pick the straight up winner in these games.......

Iron Bowl Alabama @ Auburn -7 & 37 o/u
OSU @ UM +3
Minnesota @ Iowa -4.5
Oklahoma @ Texas Tech -7.5
Clemson @ South Carolina +2

Pick who covers the spread in these games.......

Penn State @ Michigan State +7.5
Georgia Tech @ Miami -17.5
Vanderbilt @ Tennessee -12
Kentucky @ Georgia -27.5
LSU @ Ole Miss +17

Monday, November 14, 2005


Need I say more? Tigers are seven point favorites coming off a huge W. Can Alabama turn the Tide as they try to recover from a L in a place victories have been hard to come by? What is going to happen Saturday afternoon at Pat Dye Field?

Sunday, November 13, 2005

November 12....A Saturday to Remember

November 12 was one of the greatest days of SEC football in recent history. Gamecocks, Bayou Bengals, and the Tigers all pulled out huge victories in epic battles. Let us know what you think about the past Saturday. It was one of the greatest.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

SEC & Respect

Auburn last year. Alabama this year. We might have another Civil War. Why is it that the SEC is not getting any respect? Let us know what you think and what the SEC teams and conference as a whole can do to correct this.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Picks for November 12

LSU @ Alabama
Florida @ South Carolina
Florida State @ Clemson
Arkansas @ Mississippi
Georgia Tech @ Virginia
Auburn @ Georgia

Let us hear what will happen Saturday?

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Saturdays like November 12 are the reason the SEC is the GREATEST CONFERENCE EVER

Bama welcomes LSU to T-Town this weekend. They will need to score at least two offensive TD's to beat the Tigers. Can LSU move the ball on the Tide D? I think so because the only legit O they have controlled all year is Florida and they are just now starting to get in a groove. Bama got jumped in the AP Poll and leads by a slim margin in the Coaches Poll. How do they react and more importantly, do they have the firepower to react? We find out this weekend if Bama is legit without the P. Can Jamarcusrusselcumbum succeed in his home state? I'd take the under. Can Bama find a way to win without a deep threat and zero offense against LSU?

Auburn travels to Athens for the Prime Time Ron Franklin National Game of the Week in the Oldest Rivalry in the South. Can the Tiger D recover from a lackluster showing in Lexington? The Tigers should be doing tackling drills this week with a rested Dawg O aiming to shove the ball down their throats Saturday night. Can Auburn come out and repeat the aerial assault of '99? Maybe so if the Tigers can run the ball to keep the heat off 12. Georgia might come out blazing after an embarasment in JAX with a repeat of '03. Auburn has a chance if they keep 22 on the sidelines. Can DJ win a big one with a brace against a fast but hopefully embarassed Tiger D and can Cox, not just perform, but excel in a frenzied SEC stadium at night on the road?

How about Ol' Steve Spurrier? I believe this man knows a little bit about college football. Can he fight off the Gators this week in Columbia? A Holtz coached/abused team would have 6 losses instead of 6 wins today. Do you think recruiting is picking up at USC? Knowing Spurrier, he will have some tricks up his sleave against better talent from his alma mater. Can intangibles, coaching and emotion triumph superior athletes in Columbia on Saturday as the Gamecocks host Florida?

This is the most exciting weekend of the year so far in the SEC. Let us hear what you think about this weekend's action and what will go down on the best November Saturday in recent years.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Kentucky Fans

Kentucky fans might have taken the cake for worst fans in the SEC. During AU@KY, an Auburn extra point flew over the net. The few Wldcats that were in attendance preceded to throw the ball out of the stadium. Apparently they were attempting to recreate Wrigly Field in some twisted way. Yeah, I know that was a reach. Let us know your wildest fan stories from visiting stadiums.

Friday, November 04, 2005

The Southern Football Forum is now your Daily Football Fix.

Here we go! The blog is up and will be accessable through the new web site. This is the Southern Football Forum we were looking for and we hope you enjoy. Let it rip!