Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Friday, December 07, 2007
Thursday, December 06, 2007
Tuesday, December 04, 2007
If Tubs leaves, then Auburn should take the buyout and go buyout someone good. Tubs is dragging down the program and recruiting right now by dragging his feet. Win the games you are suppose to (ie: South Florida & Miss. State) and we would gladly hand you the keys to the bank.....til then.....you are still an underachiever.....coaches who make over $3 mil should have their teams playing in January no matter how much reloading or how many young guys you play.
Peach Bowl--------the Lola Bowl.........ahhh, we now have the matchup for the ages. Auburn vs. Clemson in the Peach Bowl. Two gorgeous campus', two gorgeous female student bodies, Lake Hartwell vs. Lake Martin, the best uniforms in college sports vs. potentially all purple, Tommy vs. Tommy, ahhh the Bowdens still hate Auburn.
BCS=BS..............perfect scenario to necessiate a 4 team playoff after the season. Now is time to expand the BCS to 4 teams and not just two.
Better yet, after this season of ratings for Notre Dame, they will not command the same TV contract as they used to. Hopefully this brings ND into the Big 10/11 and thus another conference game. Same with the Big East and Pac 10.
New to the blog,
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Tuscaloosa Police reported that an individual attempted to "egg" Coach Nick Saban's home last night.
The report stated:
An empty egg carton was recovered at the scene. Two eggs hit Coach Saban's house, 3 eggs went over his house and hit his neighbor's back door, 2 eggs hit the houses of each of his next door neighbors, and the remaining 3 eggs were found broken on the ground near the carton from where the individual threw them. Looking at what was hit, police officials say they are considering John Parker Wilson as the primary suspect.
Monday, November 26, 2007
Monday, November 19, 2007
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama's latest loss has coach Nick Saban searching for ways to motivate his team.
Citing the 9-11 terrorist attacks and Pearl Harbor, Alabama coach Nick Saban said Monday his team must rebound like America did from a "catastrophic event."
In this case, that would be an embarrassing 21-14 loss Saturday to Louisiana-Monroe.
"Changes in history usually occur after some kind of catastrophic event," Saban said during the opening remarks of his weekly news conference. "It may be 9-11, which sort of changed the spirit of America relative to catastrophic events. Pearl Harbor kind of got us ready for World War II, or whatever, and that was a catastrophic event."
Alabama's just getting ready to face No. 25 Auburn, its biggest rival, on Saturday.
A Saban spokesman said the coach chose the 9-11 and Pearl Harbor references to illustrate the challenges facing his team.
"What Coach Saban said did not correlate losing a football game with tragedy; everyone needs to understand that. He was not equating losing football games to those catastrophic events," football spokesman Jeff Purington said in a statement to The Associated Press. "The message was that true spirit and unity become evident in the most difficult of times. Those were two tremendous examples that everyone can identify with."
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Friday, November 16, 2007
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Sept. 6 at West Virginia
Sept. 13 at Mississippi State
Sept. 20 LSU
Sept. 27 Tennessee
Oct. 4 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 11 Arkansas
Oct. 18 Southern Miss
Oct. 25 Open
Nov. 1 at Ole Miss
Nov. 8 UT-Martin
Nov. 15 Georgia
Nov. 22 Open
Nov. 29 at Alabama
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Monday, November 12, 2007
Friday, November 09, 2007
Kno Mo goes Kno Where!!!! He won't rush for 60!!!! The 8th ranked defense in the country will be to much!!! As long as Cox does not give the game away, Auburn wins.
Wilbur P. Churchill
Thursday, November 01, 2007
Monday, October 29, 2007
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Again...because the Champ said so.
Friday, October 19, 2007
Daily Football Fix Dead on Pick..........Auburn +11........bet the house. If we are lucky, there will be 11 points total.
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
A few observations from the weekend to give you something to think about til my return on Friday.
-Applewhite and Saban are not on the same page, regardless of how well the offense performs. Does anyone else get the impression that Major is thinking like Roy Upchurch, F*** Saban??
-Mark Richt is a good man. Damn near, knocked out his own thugs when they were jumping on Vandy's star.
-Tubs has bit of confidence in his defense. Yeah, seriously, how obnoxiously cocky do you have to be to sit on a 3 point lead?
-Brandon Coutu has the funkiest eyebrows in the SEC. He looks evil.
-Tony Barnhart picked AU over LSU..............ah oh.
Monday, October 15, 2007
Friday, October 12, 2007
First, Alabama is in trouble. The redshirt freshmen running back who the Bama fans (including Carl Montgomery) crowed about as the SEC's leading rusher is not even the starter anymore. Bama prefers to run the ball with Glen Coffee, who reminds me of Tarrant Lynch, and Roy "F Saban" Upchurch. The Mississippi Midget, Terry Grant, is no longer the Tide's first choice.
Johnny Parker Walker Crimson, well that is another story. He will not be an elite QB ever at Alabama, he doesn't have the footwork or balls it takes to win in the SEC.
Thursday, October 04, 2007
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Sunday, September 30, 2007
Monday, September 24, 2007
Yes.....since most of the 5 people who read this blog were around on Saturday after the altercation I will refrain from going into detail on the world wide web.....but lets just say that its not nice to enter someones home at 1am in a drunken-drugged rage and attack said homemaker....you get your face broken.
I will tell the story for free to anyone who feels like calling or emailing......
daddy, shakes, i just can't stop thinking about how crazy that was. I want to stop talking about it but its just like a freaking movie that keeps playing in my head.......
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Monday, September 17, 2007
LSU & Florida...will this be the SECCG as well? Maybe as LSU and Florida look like the class of the SEC this year.
As much as I hate to say it, WE, are the Georgia Bulldogs this week. A Georgia W in Tuscaloosa under the lights would be the greatest birthday present ever!! We need a real win, just like Jessica!
Deep in depression,
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Brandon Cox can go....actually....I really don't give a damn where Brandon Cox goes. He won't make it out of Baton Rouge alive so Tubs better get the pups ready to play.
Friday, September 07, 2007
Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Apparently the answer is yes. It was a terrific weekend with the exception of what was televised Saturday.
Glass Half Empty
"A W is a W" or "At least we won" will not appease me. The offensive line was so bad that Hugh Nall's grades were published in the newspaper. The returning starter is the worse?
Zone middle is not our only running play and when there is penetration, why don't you trap? Where was Mario Fannin? Tubs runs his mouth for weeks then the guy barely sniffs the field.
Robert Dunn and Ben Tate (who played a great game) need to learn to set up blocks. Both had long returns/runs that could have gone the distance if they were patient and did a better job of using the blockers in front.
Glass Half Full
Quentin Groves is the best defensive player in the SEC, no arguement.
The defense bent but never broke, the only touchdown was on a trick play, however they had tried to run about 3 times by the time it got in.
Last 6 minutes.........yeah, the Alabama excuse, I know.........Auburn looked unbeatable for the last 6 minutes. Can they play like that for 60 minutes? Can Auburn put together 3-5 step drop passes and a few play action 7 step deep posts? Can they loosen up the line so that a back can find daylight? Can the defense play with fire late into the game and not only when it is needed?
Friday, August 31, 2007
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Oklahoma State @ Georgia...can the Bulldog D stop the potent Cowboy O? That is the question as Fat Matt Stafford & Co. should hang at least 4 TD's on a defense that ranked low yardage allowed but ranked high on big game changing plays. If the UGA runners can get past the line of scrimmage they may run all day long. Okie in the upset covering backdoor 6.5....OSU 30 UGA 28
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
-Saban suspends DJ Hall & Prince Hall for the season opener. I am interested to see how Rolando McClain fills the void in the middle of Bama's D.
-Auburn depth charts out....Two freshmen will start on the right side of the line.
Tuscaloosa OKs bar closing time of 3 a.m. Friday, Saturday
8/29/2007, 11:38 a.m. CDT
The Associated Press
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — The Tuscaloosa City Council voted 4-3 to impose a 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday closing time for businesses that serve alcohol, a move aimed largely at providing a safer environment on The Strip.
On Thursday night, bars now close at 2 a.m. Friday, and they aren't required to close at all on Friday night/Saturday morning. Councilman Lee Garrison urged the council Tuesday night to support the University Strip Area Advisory Committee's recommendation to close at 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
"I think we ought to give the committee's recommendation a chance," Garrison said. "If it doesn't work out, we can come back and look at it later."
Mayor Walt Maddox, who opposed extending the Thursday night closing time by an hour, said he is considering vetoing the council's action. It would take five council members to overturn a veto.
Police and university officials say the lack of a closing time on Saturday morning has created a crime problem. But neighborhood residents and some city officials were concerned that closing the bars too early would move late-night partying into residential areas.
Just like Atlanta's bar hours....no wonder this college town has a coke problem.
Friday, August 24, 2007
Not to mention the request made by bama for Hoover to send a "better transcript" for signee Josh Chapman, to make him eligible to play at the Crapstain.
Just a little pot-stirring for the last friday before football season.......
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
2 Bama players enter not guilty pleas
Posted by Gentry Estes, Sports Reporter August 22, 2007 10:25 AM
Categories: Sports, breaking news
TUSCALOOSA - Not guilty pleas were entered on behalf of Alabama football players Brandon Fanney and Roy Upchurch this morning in Tuscaloosa District Court.
Fanney, a sophomore linebacker, and Upchurch, a sophomore running back, did not attend the hearing and were represented by attorney Jason Neff. Each player faces charges of disorderly conduct due to a July 14 disturbance outside a bar on the area of University Boulevard known as "The Strip."
Sophomore defensive end Brandon Deaderick, who was also arrested as a result of the incident, has applied for youthful offender status. Deaderick was charged with criminal mischief, resisting arrest and providing a false name.
Monday, August 20, 2007
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama star cornerback Simeon Castille was arrested early Sunday on a disorderly conduct charge.
Castille was one of the top defensive backs in the Southeastern Conference last season. He led Alabama with five interceptions and three recovered fumbles.
Tuscaloosa police spokesman Capt. Greg Kosloff said Castille was arrested in an entertainment district near campus. He was taken to the Tuscaloosa County Jail and released after posting bond. Police declined to release details of the incident.
Through team spokesman Jeff Purinton, coach Nick Saban said he didn't have all the facts of the case on Sunday and would deal with the situation "internally."
Saban led his team through scrimmages Friday and Saturday before giving the team a day off Sunday. Alabama starts the season against Western Carolina on Sept. 1.
Castille is the fifth high-profile Crimson Tide athlete -- the fourth football player -- known to have been arrested in the past two months.
Brandon Deaderick, Brandon Fanney and Roy Upchurch were arrested for their role in a disturbance near campus on July 14. Fanney and Upchurch were charged with disorderly conduct and Deaderick was charged with criminal mischief, resisting arrest, and giving police a fake name.
Basketball player Yamene Coleman was arrested and charged with credit card fraud last month.
Friday, August 17, 2007
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Notice the Bo Tucker Band Rocking, Les getting ready to put a wang in his mouth, Rosie in the morning, Rob-Heavy and Big D partying, Shula at his new job, a rapist, Tubs surfing, Brodie hiding, Dr. Feelgood's new lady friend, Optimus, the Sabior, Jimmy the Fag, UGAY, Brodie poo, Sabior and the Drunk Snake getting a high five in the background, the Hoff, AU d-line laughing at the bammers, words of wisdom on masturbation, and finally...kingdom and shakes outside the Haley Center at AU before a big test!!! Enjoy bitches........