Thursday, November 29, 2007

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


Auburn vs Bama 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


First off, thank you to the Auburn crew of TigerNation, the $hakes Family and the Daddy Family. You and your wives were amazing this weekend. Thank you for putting together such tremendous tailgate and spread. There was no equal on campus. I truly appreciate the hospitality and it made this Thanksgiving weekend one of the best ever. Thank you.

I have a holiday hangover right now.

Second, $400,000 a point is what Alabama paid for Saturday night's debacle. It should have been 35 zero, at least. If Brandon Cox was half a quarterback it would have been very, very, very ugly for Alabama. 12 underthrew 3 touchdowns(at least 35 yard gains if you want to argue). Brandon Cox is the winningest active quarterback in the SEC. John Parker Wilson has a losing record as a starter at 12-13.
Even at his worst, 12 is better than anything Alabama can put on the field. Auburn had better players at every position, bar none. And that should be the case for at least two more seasons.
I would also like to take this time to thank all the Wilbur Churchill fans in section 107 that cheered for my press conference reenactment during halftime. Aight!!!!!!

The last time Alabama beat Auburn, Enron was a good investment!
Six feels very, very good. And it will for another 364 days.
Victoriously yours,
Wilbur Churchill

Jerraud Powers is tasty!

Auburn beats Alabama 17-10 in the 2007 Iron Bowl

Monday, November 19, 2007

From St. Nick to Little Nicky and Pearl Harbor to Tuscaloosa

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."

Copyright 2007 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

How to close - Classic


No Alabama senior the last six (6) years has left Tuberville-Denny Stadium a winner on Senior Day.

The Alabama nation has paid $4 million to watch Saban turn into Shula. Shula would have never lost to Louisianna Directional. Saban never had a 3 game losing streak at LSU and he has better talent at Bama starting off than in Baton Rouge. Scarbinksy, in Birmingham(the nation's 6th most dangerous city) is already questioning whether he has lost his program? Valid question considering the mystique is gone. Long gone. Actually, it was never there for me in the first place.

What better way to start off Thanksgiving week???

Friday, November 16, 2007


In honor of TigerNation, the source for most of my amusing pictures, I salute you.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

2008 Auburn Tiger Schedule

Aug. 30 Louisiana Monroe
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


Maybe this will get a comment?

Monday, November 12, 2007


I don't even know how to start this after the shallacking Auburn took in Athens so we shall leave it untitled. All aspects of the team went haywire, and we should have seen the dysfunction earlier.

Q: How does Auburn rid themselves of their offensive woes?

A: Graduate Brandon Cox.

It starts with 12 however is not limited to him. Al Borges' playcalling is my next target. How has the offensive mindset and playcalling become less and less aggressive every year? There has been a clear pattern of regression. Enough of the playing conservative bullsh@t. Nobody can afford to play not to lose in the SEC and it finally bit Tubs in the ass, again. And something tells me it won't be the last.

Whatever, I still fn love them. And it kills me inside sometimes. War Fn Eagle.

Friday, November 09, 2007

Auburn vs Georgia 2005 Deep South Oldest Rivalry

Wilbur is undefeated in Athens.


You so knew I was gonna post favorite hit ever. Football is a violent sport....get over it!!!

Aaaauuuuuuuubuuurn- Geoooooooooooorgia

Oldest rivalry in the South has returned. A black out?!?!? Who gives a damn?!?!?!? In Athens, oh my....this is gonna be good.

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.

Tiiiiiiiiiigers 24
Daaaaawgs 16

Wilbur P. Churchill

Thursday, November 01, 2007