I have no bias, I just only see orange.

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Maybe it's just me, but I believe Auburn will win the iron bowl. And I think they will win by at least ten.
Kirby hit the nail on the head here. There's an old southern adage that if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
I would pay some big money for that autograph. I'd have a signed picture of when he burned Jalen Tabor, one from when he snagged that hail Mary, and one from his first touchdown against SC this weekend. Dude is a monster and I really hope an NFL team sees that.
I know it wouldn't be a good thing for TN but I really want to see UGA get a good OC. It's just sort of a shame to have all that talent be mishandled.
Agreed, 2015 was a great game. I was in Talladega for that game watching it at a campsite of some gracious bama fans. I didn't cheer too loudly when we made plays just to be sure, but they were very friendly and everybody watching agreed it was a hell of a game. Of course that only made 2016 that much worse in retrospect.
They give up 27 a game on average in SEC play so far. They will improve I grant you that. But the reason the defense is being criticized currently is because you guys used to reload and field a top five defense year after year. The last time the Tide had just a top ten or fifteen defense was 2014. The years they have won a national title since Saban arrived they had a top two defense. So it may not be an issue this year, but historically it's not the recipe y'all have used to win big.
I am looking forward to watching this one. Should be a physical game. It'll be interesting to see if Florida can score enough to win this. I'm giving it to Auburn, but I wouldn't be surprised if Florida wins.
Yeah, Tennessee taking such a huge step back, even from last year, has snatched the soul out of me. I'd give my left nut to get Mike Leach or even Les Miles. We have the facilities, we can get the recruits, we have a fan base that would sell out the stadium week after week and travels very well to bowls, there is a history of championships, but this school went from being a top twenty destination job to a job nobody will take. Times are tough. But naw, we will burn mattresses and tweet to the gods above until we get a coach that will take us 2-10. I don't even really like college football as much anymore. Phook. Just phook.
Unfortunately you just have to let it run for like 30 seconds and then you can close out of it.
Whose first born needs to be thrown into a volcano to get us Mike Leach?
There's a strong chance that TN's o line resembles Miami's. Down to the fact we may start two freshmen tackles. I mean, ours were much better recruits, but the fact remains that our o line isn't about to push too many teams around. Mizzou with all their returning upper class men and running backs would be a good example though.
I hope he gets some discipline and pops up somewhere else. He needs to realize he can be replaced and that his value isn't completely tied to football but how he is as a man. If he can get his stuff together it would be better than him losing his potential and falling off into worse things. I hate to think being upset one night and cussing and fussing will derail his future. If he can get a handle on that temper hopefully he can change.
Call me crazy, but I think that Miami team will surprise some people this season. That being said this is a funny article and I won't take the Gators lightly until I see us beat them about fifty years in a row.
I like that hunger and anger, get em Tatum. I'm excited to see the strength and conditioning produce a bunch of hog mollies on the line.
Am I the only one bummed that CMR bombed at miami and this game isn't more high profile? I still plan to watch it, but two more even teams would be nice to see.
Is it sad to say I'd be excited with a 7-5 regular season and a chance for an 8th win in a bowl?
In this age of the transfer portal, you need to have rewards for those who stay loyal to the school and not vice versa. Kelly Bryant rewarded himself by staying in the spotlight and becoming the face of a program again for one more year. I don't hate him for it, but that's what he chose over Clemson. I'm sure he weighed his decision and would choose it again despite the ring.
I like the attitude honestly. It seems like he is coming in with the mindset that this streak doesn't really make sense and that we need to be better prepared. I'm not saying Florida isn't a good program, but there have been plenty of years during this stretch where we could have won it. There is a mentality about this game now and I see this as him making strides to change that mentality.
I hope we can build on that past success soon. We have quite the legacy and tradition. I know there is no such thing as a curse but boy it sure has felt like we have been cursed since we let Fulmer go. He was similar in a lot of ways to Les Miles. Very good coach, very good record, not so good record against the team he needed to beat most. For Les it was the tide and for Fulmer it was those darned swamp lizards. I mean there were reasons to let Phil go, but not how we did it. I know about the recruiting dropping and how UGA and UF were starting to distance themselves further from us, but still. How we gone do that to brother Phil?
That 2012 UGA team was no joke either. I'm fairly positive they would have smacked Notre Dame that year.
LSU pretty much has their entire starting rotation in this list. That's depth for real.
I see you don't care about people taking late and unnecessary hits. Congrats. If the big boy was so tough to dish it out and he wasn't ejected, I absolutely approve of his teammates getting extracurricular. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Pretty simple honestly.
Good to see that Ben Jones stood up for him when the refs wouldn't.
Hate to say it but you're right about that. It was a big moment, and especially the fall out of Grier after the fact too.
It's a sign of the times, but even still, ouch.