Anonymous1205

Recent Comments
I'm positive Negan is on strong drugs. If I was a UGA fan, I'd be embarrassed to share the same fanbase as you. Last I checked, Alabama was the 2017 national champions, UGA has only one SEC title to their name since 2005, and recruiting national championships don't exist.
Not really sure how MSU got in. I'll take it but I feel after what happened at the end of the season last year, we should at least wait until we string in a few W's before being in the top 25.
Incorrect. He mentioned stadiums he coached in while an OC at Alabama. Tennessee didn't play Texas A&M when he was Tennessee's head coach in 2009.
C21, you can't defend that. One of Auburn fans' biggest rip on Alabama is their unclaimed titles and to claim a title you didn't play for will make you a hypocrite since yall like bashing Alabama for the exact same thing, regardless of your reason behind it.
Not really. He was a slightly better passer than Nick Fitzgerald who was mainly good at running the ball. He was would've only worked in Mullen's system as Leach and Moorehead's systems require QBs with better accuracy.
Ohio State vs Oregon in Autzen Stadium? I'd love to see that game.
If this game was at Tennessee, I'd give yall a fighting chance but it's at Oklahoma and OU very rarely lose at home
It could've been worse. The Ole Miss women basketball team got beat by MSU by the score of 80-39. Now obviously Ole Miss is no UConn, but 52 points being scored in college basketball isn't the worse I've seen.
The fact that they got blew by the same team that only beat MSU by 2 points makes me feel better about the loss we took. Good game SC.
That's not going to happen and you know it. The XFL would die before the NFL will.
Moorehead started Stevens over KT because Stevens won the QB battle and KT isn't accurate of a passer to be the starter of a team in the SEC West. Look at his states. His passing percentages are terrible. 46.2% for 2017 and 48.5% for 2018. He has yet to complete a season with above 50% passing and that's not good at all. And people wanna know why he wasn't the starter for 2019. Because he's a horrible passer. We only won the games we did because of his running, just like Fitzgerald and while we got away with it with Fitzgerald because of Mullen's system, Moorehead's and now Leach's systems require QBs to be able to pass and pass accurately, and Keyteon isn't the right player for that. He would be way better off switching to running back or wide receiver. Don't even try playing the race card because he didn't get overlooked because of his race. He had a fair chance just like everyone else to win the starting job and he failed.
The best part about this is that on Twitter, AJ Brown said he was going to say HailState if Rufus Harvey signed with MSU and Rufus did just that. Now I'm just waiting to see if AJ going to follow through.
Not really. I didn't once say that I wish he stayed here in Mississippi. When he left, I wished him well with taking on UGA in the East.
Fair point. I feel in a way, it works in the end because most coaches who are more lenient with their players when they mess up, usually don't have the success he's had and he's had this type of success at both LSU and Alabama so he has to be doing something right.
I don't blame him. Why walk-on and work for a scholorship offer which may never comes at Florida when you have one waiting on you at ASU. If I was him, I would've do the same thing.
I mean, he shouldn't congratulate a player who took a 16 yard sack. I mean, sure they won, whatever but they could've easily lost because of that sack. It was so happen Georgia forgot to defend the pass and Alabama won. Nick Saban has every right to be upset and just because they won't doesn't take away from the fact that Tua took a unnecessarry sack that could've cost them the game. I'm pretty sure he did say something to the O line as well but Tua deserved some of the heat as well.
I'm not believing that until he beats UGA, win a division, and win the conference. Maybe after all of that and only then, I'll believe this article.
Just because two schools don't meet up annually doesn't really matter here. Yes, Alabama and Kentucky don't meet up every year but if they beat them 31 times when they do meet up, it's stil 31 connsecutive wins as it would be uninterrupted unless UK somehow upsets Bama at some point. It'll just take way longer since they don't play yearly.