The rest of his speech was some poor me bullshit. But the point he made about Georgia losing to South Carolina and the narrative being how does Georgia still get in, is completely valid. Dabo just calling out the SEC bias. But he’s completely off base about any perceived anti-Clemson bias.
Sabans issue more than anything is his inability to keep assistant coaches. When you can’t keep guys for more than a year it’s hard to build continuity and you can’t keep replacing coaches year after year because eventually you’re going to miss. It’s no different than us. We missed replacing Herman with Beck and Warriner. We missed replacing Fickell and Coombs with Bill Davis and Taver Johnson. That more than anything is the root of the problems in Tuscaloosa.
I don’t think this is correct. Assuming LSU beats Georgia, then Alabama would be the 2nd highest ranked SEC team if they beat Auburn. This would put Alabama in the Sugar Bowl against the Big 12 Champ if they aren’t in the playoff. The Bama/ Hurts matchup is looking pretty likely.
Parsons bum ass trying to start shit with Chase Young.
If you’re looking at playing one of the Disney courses my personal rankings would be: 1) Palm 2) Magnolia 3) Lake Buena Vista.
You’re joking right?
I still believe that the Big 10 went after the wrong New York market school. They should have added UConn. Obviously UConn is really bad at football so it’s really not a difference there, but at least they have a great men’s and women’s basketball program. Adding Rutgers was an epic mistake.
Bama won’t have the resume to make the playoff, but they’ll be in the picture.
Matt Rhule is going to be in the NFL very soon.
So I was able to score some good tickets for the Florida/ Georgia game. Cool atmosphere. BAD football.
“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” There was a time when nationally people loved Urban and Saban. Look at what’s happening with Dabo now. More and more everyday Dabos likability takes a hit with fans and media. It’s just the natural progression that comes with success. I can’t name a coach in any sport that was super successful but was still universally loved by the end of his tenure. It just doesn’t happen. Everyone loves the up and coming great coach because they are the white knight coming into to take down the establishment. They then become the establishment and the cycle repeats itself. So yes, Ohio State is infinitely more likable this year than they have been in years past.
Ironically enough, Burrow was indeed coached by Tim Beck...
Honestly I feel like we are getting robbed of a much better game. This ones over, but if the refs make the correct calls it wouldn’t be 21-0. I hate TTUN as much as the next guy, but this game doesn’t feel right.
Because they have a horrifically bad OC and Jake Fromm is mediocre.
After seeing 2014 Florida State and 2015 Ohio State I’m not sure why anyone would prescribe to this philosophy. It’s lunacy.
I believe this is going to be the biggest trend with fans on here as the season progresses. These are clearly the top guys on the team. Hartline isn’t going to be able to keep them off the field.
More quick passes will open up the run game and the deep pass game. They are giving us everything underneath. Also our best receivers are Olave and Wilson. They are making the plays Mack and Victor aren’t.
Can we run some of those crossers we saw all the time with Campbell last year. That’d be great.
His receivers need to show the ability to make those plays on a consistent basis and they aren’t right now
NPF getting destroyed so far tonight.
I’ve been in a week long argument with a guy about how Joel Klatt is the best analyst in college football. He is adamant that Klatt is as biased towards Ohio State and the Big 10 as Finebaum is towards the SEC. Essentially his argument is that he has Ohio State at 1 and hasn’t said a bad word about them all year. To which I replied, what could he say negative about OSU this year?
I’ve been saying it for years that Wisconsin is the most under appreciated team in college football. I believe the National perception is that LSU, Auburn, and even Florida have accomplished more than Wisconsin has in the past 5 years or hell even 10 years and it’s simply not true. They always want to argue well if they played LSUs schedule they wouldn’t be as good. That’s bullshit because we have no idea. We can only judge based on what happened on the field and who they have beaten.
Of course he said that. But I ignore the egregious bullshit and decided to only bring up the regular bullshit.