I guess I am more like, so what? If I had been standing there it probably would be me who had done it. So what? He didn't spit on him, he's just a fired up fan and there were probably 200 more in the stands doing the same things and saying much worse. I mean, it's a competitive game and in the heat of the moment when we are trying to win a championship we all get a bit excited. I almost tore my house down Monday night jumping around.
Miss. State always plays us tough, no matter the records. This year is a huge trap game for Bama and they better come focused and forget about LSU. The Bulldogs have great talent all over the field and with Prescott running the show this is the exact type of offense we have the hardest time against. I'm less worried about our offense against their defense but we can't get into a scoring fest with MSU. Dak can hurt us not just with his arm but with his legs and I am sure they will have plenty of planned QB draws in this game and naked boot legs. I would if I was the OC at MSU. Bama must play disciplined and stay in position at all times or this could get ugly. This is by far the toughest game left in the regular season.
Comparing past games with past performances isn't really a true test of who a team is. If Georgia played Vandy again they'd probably beat them by 5 TD's. Same goes for Ole Miss, they beat us and I don't make any excuses. Let's just say I'd be happy to play them again in Oxford without any turnovers and see what happens. The Georgia-Bama game will be more like an NFL game, bruising, hard nosed slobber knocker. It'll be low scoring and the team who wins will probably get some special teams play or turnover that tips the scales. I know both teams intend to control the ball and clock and keep the others offense off the field. It'll be Chub against Henry and which defense can make the most plays. I don't care what Lambert did at Virginia, this is 2015 and players all have another year of experience and Georgia has better players around Lambert than the Cavaliers did. It'll be a good game, I live in Georgia so the Dawgs I always pull for when they aren't playing Alabama, which luckily is not too often for me to worry about. Both of these teams are very similar so it should be fun to watch.
It's a tough call to make during live action, even with the now extra referee. However, if it is going to be a "rule" then it should be a reviewable play that can be overturned by video evidence, just as reviewing where the QB was at when he released the ball. If you can't enforce this rule then it needs to not be a rule. Why have a rule that you can't enforce or don't enforce? On the line of scrimmage, the call should be that at least a portion of the QB's body/foot be on the ground behind the line of scrimmage when the ball is released. Chad Kelly was in mid air. Look this call did not beat Bama, Ole Miss beat us. They took advantage of multiple mistakes Bama made, no excuses, Ole Miss has a lot of talent and you can't play teams like that and expect to be competitive unless you bring your A Game. Congrats Ole Miss!
This is a tough game to predict only because I don't know what kind of team Auburn really has yet. It's understandable to start slow, every team does it from time to time. I think Auburn has more talent overall and if it was in Auburn it would be an easier pick. I wasn't too impressed with LSU last week either, if not for Fournette, LSU would have a loss already. Do we find Saturday afternoon which team is the real contender? If this were Saturday night in Death Valley I'd have to go with LSU. But because it's in the afternoon and I don't expect Auburn to wilt away the season this early in the fall. I l'll take a revitalized Auburn team on the road in a close defensive battle. Maybe a late field goal to win it. 23-21
Its strange the downfall of South Carolina. I know they still have talent, they recruit well in the Carolina's and keep most of that talent instate. I know injuries have been a big part of it but there seems to not be much depth being developed. If they end up going 5-7 or something this year, will Spurrier retire or will the university be forced to depart with him?
At least they don't have any weeds.
I think it's a major step for either team. Ole Miss is not the Ole Miss of Billy Brewer days, Hugh Freeze has done and outstanding job recruiting and keeping the top MS players in state where in years past they left to come to Alabama, Tennessee, LSU or Arkansas. This will take Alabama's A game for sure and I have not seen the improvement in our secondary from last year that I was hoping to see. Ole Miss will score some points and they will put up some yardage. The question is can the Alabama offense keep up and can the defense step up when needed most. I think the game strategy will be to feed Henry the ball and try to control the clock and keep the Rebels high powered passing game sitting on the sidelines as much as possible. It'll be quite a challenge and frankly the way the rest of the SEC West looks right now, this could be for the SEC West division right here.
Frankly I just don't like the dark confines of the Super Dome anyway. Yes we have had some great victories there but I hate the Super Dome. Here in Atlanta the Georgia Dome is already old after only 20 years but for some reason the 40 year old Super Dome is still considered a great arena? They should take all games out of New Orleans and move them all to a nicer place. I don't enjoy spending my New Years there I'd rather be in Florida somewhere or at least somewhere warm.
I agree with everything you state. These FFR people want to eliminate our right to even be Christians. They and a bunch of other morons are stepping all over our right to be free from their oppression on us. They don't see that they are not only discriminating against us but also persecuting us. The biggest issue here is we are starting to believe we are not nor ever was a Christian nation. The whole "separation of church and state" which is not in any language of our constitution or founding documents has been so twisted and blown out of proportion even Christians have started to believe it. This nation was founded by men and women who believed in God wanted to found our nation on the principles of God but not to "force" others who choose otherwise to have to follow God. That simple. It was never meant to not expose non believers to the Christian faith but to say "Hey you can live here in freedom and worship or not worship as you like with the understanding the rest of us are Christians and you are welcome to be part of this country with us." I'm sick and tired of the non moral society telling me to hide my faith under a bush. Not going to happen! God bless America!
Yet despite your and many others desires to state the truth, this is and was established as a Christian nation first. So the predominant faith would be those of Christian beliefs, not meant to impose on those who are not Christian but to encompass the beliefs of the majority. If I were playing soccer in Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Syria or Iraq I would expect a Muslim prayer and an Iman to be presenting to the group before a game or during practice or whatever. If I'm in Rome I would expect possibly a Catholic priest at our practices. So Arian Foster should expect it to be one sided, "Wake up Arian" most of us are Christians, shock! It's what the majority of practice in one way or the other, why is it so hard for that to be understood?
What was sexual? They had on bathing suits? Just because you have on a bikini doesn't make it sexual unless you are Miley Cyrus trying to twerk some guy. I don't see it.
I agree, good point.It offends me that the university is offended. Seriously?
Yea I don't get what the big deal is, he's a student as well. Unless they paid him to be in the video then so what? Maybe he's dating one of the girls, why can't her boyfriend be in the video?
I will say I am still embarrassed by the video of the drunken (but very cute) woman at the Oklahoma game at the Sugar Bowl. I have never seen anyone throw themselves onto the opposing fans but she was an exception, yet I hope I never see that again. Or the poor LSU fan who got peed on by the Bama fan after the 2012 National Championship game. They embarrasss the rest of us, (the majority) who take pride in treating the visiting teams with respect. Harvey Updike should have been tarred and feathered at half time of the next Iron Bowl as far as I am concerned. Traditions are never to be messed with, rolling trees, Chief Osceola throwing a burningspear down at mid field, riding a Sooner Schooner unto the field, running with Ralfie the Buffalo onto the field or doting the "I" in Ohio in the band with a tuba. It's all what makes college football so great...but these bad fans need to be dealt with harshly.
We've all had some similar experiences but in most cases it's just a fe windividuals and not the fans as a whole. We usally have fun with the opposing fans, not in a mean spirited way but just in jest, laughing slamming each others teams and then buying each other a beer. I enjoy being aroun dthe others fans, especaily when I'm in the minority. I think the only time I got a bit nervous was my first visit to LSU at night. I remember vividly walking through the grass toward the stadium being required to walk between tailgaters as we entered "enemy" territory and at almost every little "camp" they would stand up and chant "Tiger Meat, Tiger Meat' but then most would slap you on the back, offer you some gumbo and say "have fun tonight". But never have I been afraid at an SEC stadium, heck when not playing everyone else I'm as big of an SEC fan as anyone else. That's what makes our conference so awesome. Fans in no other conference support one another as we do our own teams.
It wasn't a dirty tackle, he was abotu to score they were desperate to stop him but even with that I'm sure had he (Frost) known his tackle would have resulted in such a horrific injury most players would have just let him score rather than end someone's season. Frost had no bad intentions he was just trying to make aplay while Treadwell was trying to win the game. It's unfortunately a danger they all face at any given moment. God bless you Laquon. Prayers for quick healing for Frost who I am sure feels terrible about it as well.
Not even sure why I should be embarrassed? If they buy him a yacht what do I care?
I think if we are unbiased and in that committee tonight, I also wouldn't have Bama in the top 4 probably. Now they can work there way there because the schedule lays out for them. But just being a college football fan I would have to have #1. Mississippi State #2. Auburn (frankly because I believe if they played FSU today they would win). #3. FSU #4 Oregon (although that loss at home to AZ still stings, I do believe they will be hard to beat). #5 TCU (the defense sucks but they can sure put up the points in a hurry) #6 Bama #7 Georgia (that loss to SC really hurts the Bulldogs more than it appeared at the time. SC just isn't a very good team right now) #8 Notre Dame (same look as 2 years ago and we know how that turned out. I believe they are a better team than 2012 but the jury is still out). #9 Ole Miss #10 Kansas State
I would say based on what we all saw with Dobbs Vol fans should be quite excited. That kid can play and may solve your QB problems going forward. Not sure how the coaches didn't see that talent during practice and realize "Hey maybe Dobbs should be the starting QB." Better late than never I guess.
Come on even Cam wasn't in the same neighborhood with thug Jameis. I hate Auburn as much as you but keep them out of this conversation, Jameis is a crook and a thug and deserves jail. Cam may have just been smart at what he did but he was also a tremendous athlete. I can acknowledge that even if it does hurt.
Sure it's the SEC's fault your players are having issues, stealing things, beating up their girlfriends, etc. Not following the logic here Jimbo. I used to respect you but that is going out the window quickly. I know several FSU fans who are also embarrassed by the lack of control at your institution. Your motto can't be "Win at all costs". At some pint you need to show you are a decent coach and make the hard decisions that go with it.
The Gators need to get rid of him because we need Florida relevant again in the SEC. We need the Gators to be strong and to be competing for championships in the SEC every year it's best for all of us. A school with that much talent in state, the resources the school has to offer and the money to get whoever they want should be winning 10 games minimum a year. It just takes the right coach to do it. Hang in their Gators you won't be down for long.
What an idiot. Hope they catch him and at least give him a nice fine and a load of embarrassment to go with it.
We all have fans like this, so don't act as if you don't. It's just pure passion coming out that's all.
Vern is not anyone's favorite I wouldn't miss him at all. I still miss Keith Jackson who was the great voice of ABC CFA College football for so many years. There was none better than Keith, now if Vern is on tv I turn the sound down and listen to Eli Gold on the Alabama football network instead. I can only hear so many names mispronounced and Vern always seems to be three steps behind in his call of the game. "looks like he may be short of the first down, not sure he made it." But the camera clearly shows the runner is 2 yards past the yard marker for a first down and the referee has already signaled first down when Vern says this. Or there will be a flag on the play and no one in the booth sees it laying on the field. Usually Vern and Gary also have a clear favorite for each game and they express it. There is no objectivity in calling plays when they are calling a game. I just hate them both calling any game.
Lord please no! Not Kiffin, I even felt bad for Tennessee when he duped them, I don't want any part of him. he made fun of the SEC, why do we want him back in the SEC? The ONLY benefit I see from him is his recruiting because he brings nothing else. Without daddy Monty, Kiffin is a zero. Please no Coach Saban run the other way.
I agree with him. Danielson is ok but Vern is terrible. He destroys players names constantly. He acts like he doesn't now where the first down marker is most of the game. He'll say "He's close to a first down" when it is obvious the player is 3 yards past the down marker. They both hate Bama and were giddy when Davis ran that kick back 100 yards to win the game. I understand most of America was against Alabama and wanted to see us lose but the announcers need to remain unbiased. It was like listening to the Auburn football network while watching the broadcast. If I lived in Alabama I would just turn the radio on and listen to Eli Gold but I don't have that option in Atlanta.I never liked them as a crew. I miss Keith Jackson's voice for sure with Bob Griese. I even miss the old ESPN crew of Ron Franklin and Mike Patrick.
I might agree the Smokies are a nice place to live however your stadium isn't even close to Bryant Denny Stadium. BDS is an incredible place, very well updated and one of the most beautiful stadiums I have ever been in. The fans at Neyland are some of the worse. Having been in the Million Dollar Band, we played in several stasiums all over and Tennessee has been the only one ever to throw things at us, each time we were there. Even LSU didn't do that, they were intimidating but never threw cokes, ice cream, whatever they could get their hands on at us. Several times after a game we would run back under the stands at the request of the UT police. That's bad! That's a lot of class there Tennessee.