Thursday, January 05, 2006
As the sun sets on the 2005 College Football Season
As the dust settles, as the sun sets, that was all she wrote, it's all over now. Many ways to unfortunately say the 2005 college football season is history. Vince is King of Texas and may continue that way if he sticks around. LSU and Florida finished strong in the SEC to set up potential title runs in '06. Same with West Virginia. Miami, Tech, and FSU should be strong in the ACC as their quarterbacks will be better in their second year and all should have killer defense. Oklahoma, Texas Tech , Nebraska, and Colorado will make an attempt to challenge Texas but probably won't. Ohio State might represent the Big 11 in the Fiesta Bowl as Michigan should be competitive again.
Predator has left for the greener pastures of NFL Drafts 6th round to rookie free agency? Better have a killer workout. Is #4 following? Moses? Darby?
Maybe the NFL cheerleaders can make more headlines in stalls now that they sailing in the football ocean by themselves?
Stickman will be drafted between the 3rd and 5th rounds.
Pat Forde credited Auburn with a preseason #12 due to a stellar secondary? He later installed Bama at #19 due to being back from probabtion. No more excuses.
Why is Auburn DC David Gibbs such a coward? Now we learn that after the 450 yard performance at Kentucky, he had to pulled off the team bus to talk to the media. He leaves 18-22 year olds to answer in his place along Tubs and Borges. Sounds like someone needs to toe the line of accountability. It comes with the position and the six figure contract.
Congratulations to Gene Chizek. 4th down and 2. They stopped the unstoppable. This Largo guy would have spoken to the media.
Please take this one from here.