Friday, September 05, 2008


Weekend started off great with Vandy putting the beat down on USC and covering 10 with an outright win. F'n great.....I won 17 cents. I am using to do my gamblin'.

Do we get Erin next weekend against Missy State?

For the rest of the weekend.........Churchill likes..........

Ole Miss +8

Texas A&M -3

Not betting online but Auburn covers 17 and wins 34-13. The defense shuts down Southern Miss and the Tigers pile over 300 yards rushing again. Now if the passing game will catch up.

Central Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiichiga is the best team on the lower peninsula. They cover 21 backdoor against the Daaaaaaaaaaawgs.


WP Churchill

Tuesday, September 02, 2008


Tennessee chokes a win away to UCLA and their 4 INT QB and this is what Arian Foster's mother has to say...

"would've posted had we won, so what the heck. I've seen blame on everything from orange pants to Dustin Colquitt. Arian had a bad fumble....a good game, but a bad fumble. No excuses. It can't happen and it shouldn't. What would you like me to say?


What would you like Arian to say to you? While you lure former athletes to your home with food and drink and God knows what else? While you sit there and offer $100 handshakes to anyone who will pay any attention to you? While you spread gossip like an old fat bat at the beauty shop? What would you like my son to tell you?

How about I tell you something instead. I'm grateful that he doesn't look for fools like you. I'm grateful that he stays far far away from crud and filth and people who have nothing better to do in life than to mire in other peoples business. I'm grateful that he can get up tomorrow and still look a fine man in the mirror. And I'm grateful that no matter what he does on the field or in life, he'll be a far better character than you will ever be.

Money doesn't buy you intelligence, it doesn't even buy you love. But I guess in Memphis, it sure as hell buys you a crowd at your house for a football game. I'd gladly be poor all my life than to wind up like you.

And I don't care if I get banned. You, Roy Adams, can kiss my ass."

Tennessee has bigger problems than Fulmer. Their OC made no adjustments and their offensive line collapses when Crompton needed them.

Thursday, August 28, 2008


For Carl Montgomery............





UTAH +3.5

Vandy and Utah win outright. Bama and NC State cover back door. Auburn/LaMo hit the over.


How can Auburn be a top 10 team and bammer isn't even ranked in one of the polls????

Check out these star rankings for all you star gazers...

Auburn Offense 1st team = 2.8 star average per position
bammer offense 1st team = 3.45 star average per position

Auburn Offense 2nd team = 3.60 star average per position
bammer offense 2nd team = 3.45 star average again per position

Auburn 2 deep offense = 3.27 stars per position
bammer 2 deep offense = 3.45 stars per position

Now lets take a look at the defenses...

Auburn 1st team defense = 3.27 stars per position
bammer 1st team defense = 3.27 stars per position (push)

Auburn 2nd team defense = 3.00 stars per position
bammer 2nd team defense = 3.54 stars per position

Now for a look at the total star average for the 1st team, 2nd team, and the total 2 deep at both schools. O&D is offense and defense...

Auburn 1st team O&D = 3.03 stars per position
bammer 1st team O&D = 3.36 stars per position

Auburn 2nd team O&D = 3.30 stars per position
bammer 2nd team O&D = 3.50 stars per position

Auburn total 2 deep O&D = 3.16 stars per position
bammer total 2 deep O&D = 3.43 stars per position

Now I know you bammers like to cry about probation and any other excuse you can think of. What about the upper classmen on each team or the freshmen playing? Let's take a look.

Auburn's 2 deep breaks down like this per class...

FRHS = 4
RFR = 1
SO = 17
JR = 12
SR = 10

Now let's look at good ole bammer...

FRHS = 9
FRRS = 1
SO = 9
JR = 17
SR = 8

Auburn has 22 JRs and SRs while ole bammer has 25. So how can a team that is so much better on paper suck so bad? Bama has more experience and a much higher star ranking on their 2 deep. Why are they ranked so low and not even ranked in one poll? If I was Saban, I would sure hang my hat on this season. There is no excuse for him to not win now. It could get ugly if he doesn't produce with all the talent he has on his team. If you believe in stars that is....

Kudos to Weagle747 for the great info.

Monday, August 25, 2008

GAME WEEK--International Symbol for Gay

Monday morning of game week has arrived. Thursday night kicks off with Georgia Tech, Vandy and South Carolina all starting. Then, Saturday, the festivities truly begin. I will be working from home Friday as I see it as a national holiday. Nothing better than kicking off college football on a holiday weekend.

If you had not already seen, Atlanta has a new symbol. They call it the "International Symbol for Gay" after the Olympic Games of 1996 and the insanely high Elton John population intown. Their fight song is Madonna....doesn't matter which particular song, just Madonna.

Word out of Athens is that NFL superagent Drew Rosenhaus has already purchased KnoMo a sweet, little Beemer M3. Word also stated that Mark Richt had it prompty returned. No doubt he will be in the NFL this year....if Stafford can complete at least 60% of his passes, he will be there also.

Wilbur Picks later in the week.........

SEC Games

Vandy/Miami (OH)--Th
Memphis/Ole Miss
NC State/South Carolina--Th


Saturday, August 16, 2008

Oklahoma Sooners Josh Jarboe Raps

Seriously?!?! He got kicked off the team at Oklahoma for this?!?! They used to only take these kinda guys at the U.

He is in the f'n lunchroom for f sakes.

I'm Shipping Up To Boston/The Departed - Dropkick Murphys

Sunday, August 03, 2008


What other way to dive into the first week of August than with college football practices kicking off over the weekend than with my best guesstimate of how teams stack going into the season. Take it away, Jess.

TOP 25

1. Florida--I think they get by UGA in Jax if defense grows up but explosive offense will carry team til they do.

2. Georgia--Need Stafford to achieve at least 60% passing and for WR's to show up. MoMass the Terrorist is completely overrated...almost as much as Fred Gibson. Defense could be great with Rennie and 9 returning starters.

3. USC--Defense is QB surrounded by inexperience with only 4 returning starters raises questions. Winner of September 13 Ohio State matchup will be in driver's seat for a slot in Miami.

4. Oklahoma--Best young QB in nation but can they win a big game???

5. LSU--Best offensive and defensive line combo in game today. All new QB has to do is not lose the game to win with all the surrounding talent.

6. Ohio State--Might be the best Buckeye team...ever...can they win a big game? Big Ten games do not count.

7. Texas Tech--Prolific offense...can defense hang in there?

8. Auburn--Defense has a chance to be great...will the Spread Eagle fly in East LA?

9. Texas--I see Texas as the loser of the Red River Shootout with Okie and Texas Tech.

10. Tennessee--The Vols will be a lot better than people think.

11. Missouri--Heisman candidate and Mr. Everything...prolly represent the North in the CG.

12. Clemson--Class of ACC talent wise but never seem to live up to expectations.

13. BYU--Pass happy all the way to the BCS.....if they get by Utah.

14. Virginia Tech--Completely rebuilding the defense...Beamer and Foster are two of the best in the game and will earn their paychecks this year.

15. West Virginia--You cannot tell me they are better than last year with a straight face. It will be the Pat White Noel Devine show until the skinny ass White gets knocked out again.

16. Arizona State--Are they ready to make a run at USC this year? Can hot head Rudy keep his head and can the O-Line protect him.

17. South Carolina--Fighting Spurriers will be great on defense and it will allow the offense to play catch up.

18. Mississippi State--Fighting Crooms are on the rise.

19. Wisconsin--Cheeseheads are paying more attention to Farve.

20. Oregon--Very talented and will make a run.....gotta have plenty of quarterbacks.

21. Wake Forest--Fratty Riley Skinner is back and Jim Grobe is one of the best in the game.

22. Michigan--Lost all time leading rusher, passer and the first pick in the draft. Growing pains but they will beat Ohio State within 3 years.

23. South Florida--Most of the team returns and maybe the second best team in the state. Ouch.

24. Florida State--Gotta catch USF.

25. Nebraska--Pelini will be huge...big improvement this year.



A lady in Tuscaloosa calls 911. Hysterically, she says, "Someone's just
broke into my house, and I think he's going to rob me!"

The police officer says, "We're really busy at the moment. Just get the
guy's jersey number and we'll get back to you."

Q: What is Nick Saban's biggest concern?

A: Does the NCAA count bail money as a recruiting violation?

Q: What do you call a drug ring in Tuscaloosa ?

A: A huddle
___________________________________________________ __

Q: Four Bammer players in a car, who's driving?

A: The police

Q: Why can't most of the Bammer players get into a huddle on the field?

A: It is a parole violation to associate with known felons.
_____________________________________________ _______

The Bammer team has adopted a new Honor System.

"Yes, your Honor; No, your Honor".

The Tide is expecting a 7-6 season this year.

7 Arrests, 6 convictions.

Q: How will the Tide spend the first week of Spring Training?

A: Studying their Miranda Rights

Thursday, July 31, 2008

SEC Preview

30 days and counting down. Ladies and gentlemen, it is football time in the southland!

I, personally, cannot friggin' wait til leather meets pigskin. Each year holds the promise of great things to come but I believe 2008 has the potential to be a very special year in college football.

Before we predict the finishes in the greatest conference in the country check this link out.

Saban's main tool of discipline.

Have you heard of the A11 offense. Some weirdo out on Texas started this and I am not quite sure what to say about it. Unconventional, yes, weird, yes, for 8 man football, yeaaaaaaah.


As well, write your congressman, Barney Frank is a great American.

On the to Conference of Giants....

First the SEC East...

1. Florida 2. Georgia 3. Tennessee 4. South Carolina 5. Vanderbilt 6. Kentucky

Now the West...

1. LSU 2. Auburn 3. Alabama 4. Ole Miss 5. Mississippi State 6. Arkansas

Florida is my pick to win the SEC East because they are seeking absolute, deathstar revenge over uGay for storming the field like a naked man wanting to get on TV. For as good a person as Macht Richt is, he is an imbassal for ordering his troops to storm Alltel Stadium last year. Number 1, he ordered something against the rules of the sport, 2 he could have started the greated brawl in Cocktail Party history. This year the winner of the East will be whoever leaves Jax with a W.

I expect Tennessee to be better than most people think....and they will payback Bama for the drubbing last season. University of Concrete in Knoxville wins 9 games. South Carolina is in line for 7-8 wins. If the offense matches up with the D then they have a chance to knock off any of the above 3.

Vandy will flirt with bowl eligibilty but in the end....probably won't make it. Kentucky = Is is roundball time yet? The Wildcats simply lost to much off last years team and their QB is pulling a John Parker Wilson, getting a DUI.

The West is the Best...Hoody Hoo!!!

I guess there are toolbag fans on all sides.

LSU will win it in the trenches. Not saying, but I kinda am saying, they have the best combo of offensive and defensive lines in the country. With all that talent, Haaaarvard only has to manage the offense and not be an idiot. Auburn will be right behind them and has a realistic chance of winning the game in September, just don't forget the Volunteers from the concrete campus are coming the next week. Auburn is gonna be goooooood, LSU might be a tad bit better. Thank heavens Brandon Cox is now selling orthapedic devices!!! Auburn will still beat Bama but won't have to worry about the horrendous INT's under the QB just runs out of it.

Stay classy, Alabammer.

Bama is back....haha...just had to say it again. No, really, no, I would be impressed if they won 8 games considering the complete lack of depth on defense (especially the front 7) and brand new recievers....oh yeah, JPW is still QB, and he is worse than Brandon Cox ever was, now that is saying something. If Bama wins 8-9 it will be an exceptional season.

Ole Miss could be the most improved team in the SEC. They have a great front 7 on defense but the worst backfield in the SEC. On the offensive side of things, they now have a QB and RB who might be above average. I still can't decide who is crazier: Nutt or Miles.

Missy State will not win the Egg Bowl again...that billboard will get rubbed in their face. Definitely a bowl team but it may be Shreveport.

Arkansas: See Kentucky, lost everyone, but the new offense could be great. Petrino is simly a POS individual though so who cares.

And then Florida wins it all and wins the MNC.

There you have it, first edition of Wilbur Picks of 2oo8.

DFF that my friends,

Wilbur Churchill Out

Friday, July 25, 2008

Mental Picture: Big Al Laying on the Therapist's Couch

"We've had meetings. We've done different things," cen ter Antoine Caldwell said. "We realize how important it is that we have an image and a reputation we're trying to uphold for this team and this university. My heart goes out to Jimmy and what happened and his family, but you've got to make good decisions."

Saban said he employed the Pacific In stitute — a company that describes itself as "Culture Transformation Experts" — to teach 12 classes this summer to Tide players in topics like "self-actualization" and "mental conditioning."

"What!? You can't picture yourself catching the damn ball??!?"--Sabear
"We're certainly never pleased when we have someone who embarrasses our organization," Saban said, "but our philosophy has always been, we're there to help people make good choices and decisions about what they do, and we invest our time and energy in programs that help them do it. ... We changed a lot of habits. I'm not saying they were bad habits, just the way you want things done."

Really?!?! Is that for real? Did Saban really bring in a mental coach for the Bammers. OMG, this is great, first the team is a complete head case and is lead by Napolean who seems to think the SEC is western Europe circa late 1800's. What is the Pacific Institute bringing to the table that Alabama cannot do itself.
Back in therapy,
Pablo Bryant, Jr.

WTF Friday

AP---A Mobile cage fighter accused of inciting a brawl in front of an Auburn University fraternity house by yelling "Roll Tide" - and stabbing several people in the subsequent melee - is now charged with bribing a mentally retarded man to take the rap.

Joey Barrett Jr., 25, of Irivington is being held without bail in the Lee County jail on assault, bribery and witness tampering charges, according to the sheriff's office there.

In a Thursday interview, Joey Barrett Sr. denied the allegations against his son, who he said was being "railroaded" by prosecutors. He declined further comment.

The fight broke out in front of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity house on the eve of the 2005 Alabama-Auburn football game. Three fraternity brothers - one stabbed in the chest, collapsing his lungs - were sent to the hospital.

According to prosecution testimony at the subsequent 2006 trial, Barrett incited the altercation when he and two other men walked down the street in front of the fraternity shouting, among other things, "Roll Tide." When a member of the fraternity asked them to leave, Barrett started the fight, the witnesses testified.

Barrett's attorney in that trial, John Williams, told the jury the fight was started by the fraternity members, who he said were drunk.

Most importantly, Williams argued during his opening statement, it wasn't Barrett who did the stabbing at all, it was another man, the now 40-year-old Louie Lotz.

Lotz, Williams promised, would swear under oath that he stabbed the fraternity members in self-defense after getting caught up in the fracas.

The next day, however, Lotz's attorneys said he would not take the stand.

Circuit Judge Jacob Walker, presiding over the trial, said Lotz, a Mobile man, had been classified as mentally retarded and was barely able to read or write.

Prosecutors, arguing that Barrett's lawyer had tainted the jury by saying another man would admit to the stabbings, asked for and received a mistrial. Barrett was released and the case remained open.

Six months later, in January of this year, a grand jury indicted Barrett Jr., charging him with bribing Lotz and conspiring with other defense witnesses to lie under oath. His bond was revoked, and he was booked into the Lee County jail in June.

During the months Barrett was out of jail, the Press-Register ran several announcements publicizing a May 10 cage match promoted by Barrett Sr. He and his son were to fight it out in a 12-person "last man standing" contest.

Barrett's bribery case is scheduled to go to trial Oct. 20.

Williams, Barrett's attorney, did not return calls for comment on the case.

Lotz has not been charged, and Margaret Young Brown, an attorney assigned to him, declined comment on the case.

One word, maybe two: Meathead

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Where are my pants?!?!?!

We'll probably never know the rest of this story. Apparently, not even former Auburn football coach Pat Dye knows the rest of the story.

On Lake Martin's shore, expanded because of drought conditions, a lady by the name of Shannon McDuffie happened upon Dye's long-lost wallet, hidden under water for the past two decades.
That story would have been interesting enough in itself. But McDuffie also found the long out-of-style madras golf pants that went with it. The mud-covered wallet contained Dye's driver's license, credit cards and the like from the mid-1980s. A set of Toyota car keys were in the pants pocket.

An amused Dye, who had a condominium at Stillwaters at the time, could offer no explanation.
"I don’t remember losing it, but now listen, that was a long time ago,” Dye told the Lake Martin edition of Lake Magazine, which reported the discovery in an online story Tuesday.

“I don’t have any idea how I lost ’em,” Dye said, “but we can make up a good story.”

Dye invited McDuffie to attend the Blue Jean Ball, where he said he would donate the pants and their contents for a charity auction. The last time Dye auctioned off clothes was after angry Syracuse fans sent him ugly ties after Auburn settled for a game-tying field goal in the final seconds of the 1988 Sugar Bowl.

WOW...never in a million years would I have thought this up. How drunk do you have to be to lose your pants?

Wednesday, July 09, 2008


Could this week last any longer? Maybe it only seems that way since I essentially had a week long vacation and I was only in the office a total of 6 hours last week....already surpassed that today alone. Road tripping through Columbus, Phenix City, Albany, Athens, Augusta and Stockbridge took me almost 900 miles and all over the state of Georgia. I was in Alabama on Tuesday and South Carolina on Wednesday.....then a solid 8 hours to St. Petersburg on Thursday for a nice vaca of beach and baseball.

Brittany Raymond, Florida cheerleader with strategically placed Gators.
Who saw Wilbur on Sportscenter???

So after two days of Rays baseball in the leather seats in the Homeplate Club we return to the grind of the Atlanta workweek. Seriously, no one knows how to drive here. On the way down Peachtree this morning I had two people drive in my lane.....and theirs, WTF?!?!?!?

Anyhooo............Smoke is leaving Joe Gibbs Racing for the newly minted Stewart Haas Racing....leaving Toyota behind to drive for Hendrick built Chevy engines. Do it, Smoke!!!

FANTASY NASCAR UPDATE: Tigernation aka Gwinlikesboys is in the lead while $hakes McFly aka Kissmyass has overtaken Wilbur Churchill aka Roaring Wilburos for 2nd by a mere 10 points. The Flying Dutchman and the Gwizzle round out the bottom. Step on it!!!

PRESEASON PREDICTIONS COMING SOON................less than 50 days til kickoff.

Out, Pablo Bryant, Jr.

The Temptations - Papa Was A Rolling Stone

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Jimmy John's Commercial - Towel

Shaq Rap

Back in Rehab

Nothing like the end of the winter sports season and a Bammer coke bust to end a hiatus. Since I last joined you in February, many interesting events have occurred in the sports world.

The Hawks took the eventual World Champion, Boston Celtics, to game 7. No one else did. Now can they sign the Josh's?

Jimmy Johns gets busted selling health grams. Seriously, former Mr. Football in Mississippi sells undercover cops blow on 5 different occasions and then they find 10 grams of coke plus ectasy. Charging $500 for 7 grams? Nice markup but this editorial is not about JJ's pricing policies.

Former Alabama football player, Jimmy Johns, pointing to his clientele, ahem, student section during a game.

This begs the question why? what would possess you to do this? what are you not getting from the University, coaches, teammates or your family that you would blow....excuse me, waste a full ride to an SEC school on making a $10 margin per bag.

Everyone is going to be screaming at Lord Saban for this, I think they may be misplacing the blame. The blame should all fall on the shoulders of Jimmy Johns. He is a moron, he sold the blow, now he must take in in the corn hole. At a certain point, the coaches and players had to have known something was up. And that point is debatable. The coaches cannot follow these players around 24/7 nor should they have to.

With that being said, I wonder what they would find if they dug a little bit deeper and asked a few more questions. Paul Jr. may not like it or he will be found to be Pablo Bryant, Jr.

At least Bama gets a scholarship out of this.

And it seems he was in business with the Vick's as

In summary, Jimmy Johns is the Tool of the Year so far. Followed by Shaq.

Did you see Shaq's drunk rap in an NYC club? He could barely stand up and made a complete ass of himself. Kobe did and he probably didn't like it. But, hey, what is he gonna do to a guy 6 inches taller and over a hundred pounds bigger? Not a damn thing but Shaq will get it in the butt from someone for rapping out of his.

Nice to be back,

Pablo Bryant Jr.

Just kidding, Wilbur Churchill

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

All Name Team & Friday Night Encounter with a Bammer

-Smooth and Savage

Auburn takes the All Name Team Recruiting Title. We have a Freddie Smooth, an Onterrio, a T'sharvin, a Christian, a Raven, a D'Antoine, a Deron and now a Jomarcus......yes, with a JO, not a JA. Nice to pull a Huntsville kid to the Plains.

-Osaban Bin Losin gets his man

Alabama names Jim McElwain as the new offensive coordinator. Not as much experience as Appplesauce however it should be a balanced attack. I won't sleep tonight....hahahaha.

What I am about to tell you is absolutely true. I could not have planned it any better.

So, KB and I went to spend a nice hundred dollar gift certificate to a place called Kurt's in Duluth. So after a bottle of wine and a decent steak, we get in the car and drive back into town. What do we see in front of us but a big, red Tacoma with Roll Tide all over it. Forsyth County mind you.

So we pull up to the car and I give him a SIX!!! Six fingers out the window! Take that, Sidewalk Bammer. He is not happy and lays on the gas.....vrooooooooooooom, he speeds off.

We catch up and get the thumbs down out the window. HAHAHA!!! Weak!!! And then, vroooooooom, he speeds off again.

We catch him at the light and I lean out the window to take this picture. The whole intersection is illuminated by the flash. He is ticked again, vroooooooooooooooom as he spins tires to get away from us. I am proud of my girlfriend as this is her first "Dig 'em up! aka Bammer Taunting Experience" Good girl!

Iron Bowl 2007 Celebration

So glad I am a Tiger. Not sure how Bammers live with themselves sometimes.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Poor Coach Fran

Poor Coach Fran, thought he was playing the system and it bit him in the ass.

Medical Marijuana Vending Machine

No...he is a real doctor and doesn't smoke the ganja.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Drunk Bama Fan Kissing Coach Saban

Couldn't resist...sums up the Alabama Nation.

Kaziranga National Park - Tiger Attack - Complete Video

Proof Nobody Cares about Bama

The Bowl was the 21st most watched bowl game on TV this season, climbing four spots from a year ago and drawing 164,000 more viewers than Nick Saban's first bowl at Alabama.

Birmingham's bowl between Cincinnati and Southern Mississippi drew a 1.9 household rating on ESPN2, accounting for 2.75 millionviewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. That was up 12 percent from the inaugural game in 2007.

Viewership of all bowls declined by 12 percent with a 3.6 average rating, the lowest in the 10-year history of the Bowl Championship Series. Twenty-one of the 32 bowls saw lower ratings than in 2006-07.

"If you weren't such and a$$hole then maybe people wouldn't enjoy rubbing your face in the mud so much." - Cribbs Sullivan
Alabama's victory over Colorado at the Independence Bowl, competing against an NFL game with playoff implications on NBC, drew a 1.6 rating and ranked 25th among the bowls. The rating was down from a 3.0 for Alabama-Oklahoma State in the Independence Bowl in 2006.

Auburn's overtime victory over Clemson at the Chick-fil-A Bowl drew a 4.4, the second-highest rating for a non-BCS bowl, behind a 9.1 for Michigan-Florida at the Capital One Bowl. The Chick-fil-A Bowl's rating was down from a 4.8 a year ago.

Mobile's GMAC Bowl, between Tulsa and Bowling Green, drew a 1.0 on the day before the BCS national title game. The GMAC Bowl drew a 1.6 last year and its ratings have been dropping since moving to a January date.

The Bowl's 1.9 rating was the second highest among the five bowls owned by ESPN. The others owned by ESPN are the Las Vegas (2.1), Armed Forces (1.7), New Mexico (1.7) and Hawaii (1.3).

ESPN initially said the Bowl drew a 2.26 rating. That number calculated viewers against the number of households that have ESPN2, and Nielsen calculates it against all U.S. households.

"Briana be the best A-Town dancer cuz she was ballin' out like crazy in Jeazy's video." - Cribbs Sullivan
The Big Ten had a team in each of the three highest-rated bowl games. Six of the 10 highest-rated bowls involved SEC teams, more than any other conference.

Many bowl games continue to produce higher ratings than what networks might otherwise program in those time slots. But the average bowl rating continues to drop from its BCS- high of 5.3 in 1998-99, when there were 10 fewer bowls.
In a telephone survey of 1,482 people by Nielsen, 73 percent indicated they planned to watch three or more bowl games, 20 percent said they would watch five to seven, and 14 percent said they would watch at least part of every game.

Forty-one percent indicated there are too many bowl games, and 51 percent said they believe college football needs a playoff system.

HT: John Soloman Birmingham News

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Wrong ball??? GO!!!

Pathetic and brilliant at the same time.

American Ides


Thursday, January 17, 2008

I wish it was a snow day.

I was hoping and praying to get the email around 7am this morning that the office would be closed for a inclimate weather. No such luck. Atlanta is currently sloshing through a Thursday hovering above the freezing mark. No fun, no fun at all.

-Paul Rhoads-New Auburn DC? We should know by the end of the day. His Pitt defense ranked higher than Auburn's this year. Should be interesting.

-Major Applewhite-Back to Texas-and the Bama fans thought it was funny when an Auburn coordinator made a lateral move, I think it is hilarious that he will simply be an offensive assistant. Now word is creeping from Tuscaloosa that he didn't have control over the offense anyways...that program is a joke and they treat people horribly.

-Tigernation-Happy Birthday to the eldest member of the DFF. Many more.

-Recruiting-I am starting to love all the speed that is being recruited by CTT and CTF to reinvigorate a stale Tiger offense. Speed kills and Auburn has more of it than Alabama.

-Atlanta Falcons-Can't find a head coach to save their lives. Here is hoping it happens soon as I have turned to the Hawks and Thrashers for my winter doldrums. Went to the Hawks game Friday and Thrasher Saturday. One of the best things I have seen in a while is sudden death shootout in hockey. Thrashers beat the Penguins in sudden death and we didn't see Jean Claude Van Dam anywhere.

Out, Wilbur

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Upon Further Review

Upon further review, the 2006 season was a mix of highs and lows. Auburn speaking at least. Two early losses to bowl teams that should have never happened, a last second Les Miles Miracle for LSU and a black out beating by Georgia were the 4 losses. The 9 wins put the Tigers at 20 wins in the last two years and 50 over the last 5. Averaging 10 wins a year ain't bad at all. Tied for the most wins in the SEC with LSU over that span. Bad thing is that Tubs ain't winning in Atlanta near as much as he needs to be. He needs to get there and that entails beating LSU at home more often. Tubs, get to Atlanta and you will win.

Upon further review, the Peach Bowl was an astounding success for the Auburn Tigers. Who else can install an offense in 9 practices and then rack up season highs in yardage and number of plays? I am looking forward to the Spread Eagle offense in the fall. Mario Fannin will be an all star. Will Auburn have an All SEC reciever? Fat chance but a better one without Brandon Cox.

Do it, Tony Franklin.....thank your defense because they can be simply amazing and they were just that on NYE.

Thank heavens that Brandon Cox has moved on. He never won games, he just didn't lose them.

I want a QB who will pull miracles out of the fire for Auburn and then take 3 nubile coeds to bed to celebrate over a bottle of Jack Daniels and mescaline.
2008...Auburn returns 18 starters...looking tough...Wilbur says preseason top 10...barely.

Upon further review, all my ex's live in Texas. Why in the world has my man crush left me for Bevo, an effing cow?!?!?! Breaks my heart to see Will Muschamp leave under the circumstances he did. "If you want to be a winner, come be an Auburn Tiger!" WTF happened after that??? Is Jay Jacobs that bumbling? Was this simply over tickets or a contract signed last year??? Is he really in a better place??? Tubs should have blocked him from going. Is this serious?? Did it really happen???

Upon further review, Michael Adams is an asshole. The day after the LSU won the national title, the president of Georgia who oversaw the Harrick academic fraud scandel suddenly wants a playoff. Screw you, they didn't deserve to be there in the first place. Yeah, the BCS sucks, I agree, however your beloved black Bulldogs didn't get it done on the field. They got beat by a .500 team at home and got blown out of the stadium by Tennessee (2 garbage TDs don't matter at the end of the game), the team that did what it took to get to Atlanta. Georgia has tons of talent however they relied on emotional gimmicks to get the job done. Send the whole damn team on the field against Florida and create a chaotic, dangerous situation and wear black uniforms against Auburn. The black unis didn't beat Auburn, Brandon Cox and Matt Stafford did. Typical of the petty, Georgia bullsh#t we will have to put up with until next football season. Get over it, you didn't belong in the title game because you can't beat Spurrier or Fat Phil.

Georgia just couldn't back in this year.
Everyone says they lost the same number of games......FYI......LSU won more than Georgia and USC....on top of that the coaches think USC is better.

Who effen loses to Kentucky and Vandy (at home) anyways?? Mark Richt, that is who and Vandy is coming back next year to Athens...........Go Dores!!!

LSU won the whole damn thing.......good for them. Hat tip to Kirk Herbstreit for taking it like a man and ensuring that Les Miles didn't take the Michigan job. LSU outcoached ohio state in the BCSCG anyways. The Big 11 is somwhere between the MAC and the Southern Conference in regards to quality. Who would subscibe to the Big 10 network??? Ugggggggghaaaaahah, something just came up. Slow football teams, pasty white yankee girls..........I be stayin' down here.

Bama recruiting victories.......great for them, helluva consolation prize. Makes Bammers feel warm and fuzzy about the future. To bad that Auburn has enough depth to outlast a class that has been promised the world, instant playing time and one night with Mrs. Saban to come to the Capstone. Auburn has the 15th rated class and 8 less recruits.........go figure........the rankings are based on point total and Bama is beating Auburn by .20 average stars. Seriously, wtf?? Auburn's coaches coach and Bama's recruit...couldn't you tell?? Auburn will beat the hell out of Bama next year and the next and then Bama will be competitive again in the rivalry.......maybe.

Happy New Year!

Wilbur Churchill

Friday, January 04, 2008

WTF?!?!?! Seriously?!?!?!

New Years at WSP in Atlanta & Karino y Wilburo.

"Anybody who wants to be a winner needs to be an Auburn Tiger." - Will Muschamp...the reason Auburn has won 20 games the last two years with the worst quarterback ever.

Lordy, I hope he stays but I doubt it.

Thursday, January 03, 2008

2008........glad she is here........finally.

Welcome to 2008! This is going to be the best year ever.

I had millions of ideas flowing through my mind and now don't have the concentration to put them together on a we'll just go with bullet points........not like anyone posts or responds anyways.

*Auburn Defense gave the new Auburn Offensse a chance to win the Peach Bowl against Clemson. Great game, from what I saw. I actually only saw about 10 minutes through the whole game and then overtime as I was stuck at Widespread Panic next door. And I got in trouble for it even though I was given "permission" to watch it on the club level.

Does anyone detect any bitterness from WPC over this??

*I don't care if I ever see Widespread Panic again. Every show seems exactly the same. Can we please outgrow this?? So fn glad that New Years is year we should jump from Thanksgiving directly to Christmas and then skip New least Marta was fun......bc I was absolutely not sober and couldn't stop laughing at the lil' ghetto smurf who kept asking if I "Watch the internet?" while he mimicced typing with his lil' ghetto hands.

*Alabama played well....for about a quarter and then absolutely fell apart. It was a miracle they didn't wind up losing the game. What gives over there? I guess we are all were expecting a lot more. There are problems over there that 4 & 5 Star recruits can't cover up.

Maybe the coaches only recruit and don't coach? There is evidence to support it.

*Will Fn Muschamp---Thank you, Arkansas & Ole Miss for not taking him. Auburn now has (argueably..sp) the best set of coordinators in CFB and the best coaching staff in general. DCWfnM is amazing and will have the best defense in the SEC......again.

*Urban Meyer has now proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Tim Tebow cannot save a team from not having a legit running game. Michigan beat Florida's brains out all day long.

*Hawaii didn't belong on the same field as Georgia. I have not seen such an unmerciless attack on a quarterback since Auburn sacked Stickman in the Iron Bowl a dozen times. Georgia and USC deserved each other in the Rose Bowl...Georgia had no business being in the BCS Championship game though because they got blown out by was 35-0 before garbage TD's made it seem a bit closer....and they can't beat Spurrier, that is like not being able to beat Duke.

*Arkansas embarassed themselves.......ugly game, ugly unis. I hope Petrino gets the ever living shit beat out of him the rest of his career. Arky will be on probation by 2010 if you ask anyone at Louisville.


Auburn--held Clempson's RB's in check (with the exception of the OMG run) and shut down Cullen Harper---Cullen, maybe you should have gone to Auburn after all.

Mississippi State--shut down the nation's leading rusher and held Barry Sander's single season record intact

Georgia--is Colt still alive of in the trauma unit of New Orleans Mercy Hospital? There may be a criminal investigation into the severity of his beating.

Happy New Year to all,

Wilbur P. Churchill

All played well.