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Michael, not sure where you went trick or treating but the poorer families in Southern Alabama were better scores than the rich ones.
Unfortunately for Georgia they will need to beat Alabama to win a natty, not Florida.
One of these decades Georgia will beat Alabama again. Then you can relax a little more. I hope.
Not as far fetched as SC staying within one score of Bama.
Yep, and they are paying the least if he hangs it up in 2025. That will be close to two decades of Bama not losing to Georgia.
Auburn has a better chance of beating Bama this year than Georgia.
Berkeley is called Cal due to them being the first campus of the UC System and remaining to this day the flagship of the University of California. When they started competing in collegiate athletics they were the California Golden Bears. They have the same right to Cal as Texas, Bama, Washington, etc. have to their names and do not need to change it because the system expanded. Lafayette has no such claim and the comparison is a bit off.
I suggest you look into other ways of finding happiness, you might enjoy life more. Especially as a Georgia fan, it's been a rough four decades or so.
I'd put Vandy 4th although I think Memphis will knock of Ole Miss. Georgia of course is the toughest team the SEC will play in week 1. I have Auburn loosing to Oregon and the SEC going 11-3.
You best get a better grasp of the English language before you throw out insults. My memory tells me that there are 5 or 6 teams that have won more Super Bowls than the Raiders, Google tells me it is 6 and that only 7 teams have been to more. Yes, they haven't won anything since the early 80s, but neither has Georgia and you are still here. I was just pointing out that they are one of the most storied programs in the NFL, sorry if I offended you.
Not many teams have won more Superbowls than the Raiders. Maybe 5 or 6?
I don't even think Dabo knows the answer to that question. Even if he has convinced himself he knows, until the hypothetical is removed and he has to decide anything he thinks could change. Unless there is some promise he has made to his family that has not become public, I think that he really doesn't honestly know what the decision between a program he pushed over the top or his childhood dream will be.
Not to mention the 8 wins it cost Bama has them fourth in all time wins instead of second. Not that that matters much.
Alabama could match or beat LSUs tidbit on Thursday depending on where White and Williams go. Georgia's could be matched as well depending on when Jacobs goes.
Sorry Nick, you do have enough guys that can play winning football!
Yah, I think the play should have been played over with just a warning. Still a high probability the result would have been the same, but at least Georgia would have gotten a chance to heave one or tip one in.
Only game a kicker cost Saban at Bama was LSU in 11. They still won a batty that year.
I doubt moving this game will cause either school to play better non-conference opponents, especially in November when the game has been played lately.
If he is in the mix I believe it proves that the defenses he will play against are weak and allow for over inflated stats.
Let's throw away a natty so we can punish Jalen for transferring when we benched him. That makes perfect sense. You should read your comments before you hit publish dude. Maybe your grade school teachers punish themselves to get even with you, but that's now how the rest of the world works.
This guy has been great at Georgia and will be fort another year. He did miss one that probably puts Georgia in the playoffs this year if it goes through.
LSUSMC - "If it was not Alabama and Clemson there would be no dip in ticket prices." If it was Oklahoma vs ND they might not be the highest ever but I would not be sitting where I will be for as cheap as I am. Bcreek - No one gave me anything in life. I worked for everything I have.
Of those Dallas and Atlanta are not currently on the list for future championships, Los Angeles is. Indy is not a place I would like to go in January, or ever for that matter.
There are several issues in the story that don't make perfect sense. If it was not Alabama and Clemson there would be no dip in ticket prices. It was crazy expensive for Clemson and Alabama fans to go to Phoenix in 2015 and that didn't hurt ticket sales. ND to Miami, Auburn to Pasadena. Hungry fans bases would pay to go. I realize the ND and Auburn scenarios included a BCS invite in early December so the flights were a little bit more reasonable with a month's notice instead of 9 days. Most Clemson fans and Bama fans had a pretty good idea that their teams were going for a few months. Airline tickets can be cancelled with a change fee. Hotel reservations can be cancelled with no fee within 24 hours. I already have my reservations for New Orleans for January 12th and 13th 2020. The weather aspect is a complete joke. Atlanta was freaking miserable last year. The tailgate sucked because of freezing cold rain and the lines to get in where long, freezing, and wet. They delayed all entrances for hours because of the Presidential visit. The writer mentions the weather with no recollection of what the pregame was like last year. I'll admit all other venues where Bama played where great, the Rose Bowl tailgate being my favorite so far. 50 degrees and cloudy in Santa Clara in January does not make for an unpleasant time. A light wind breaker is all that will be needed for the tailgate and perhaps a mid size jacket for the game. You won't need gloves or anything else heavy. Yes, there are no casual college football fans in the Bay Area, but at any of the other Bama championships there were no casual fans either. Come to think of it, in my opinion this was a fairly poorly written article that lacked much insight or research.
It seems to me you should be more interested in getting a chance to play Bama again next year. I guess we all not what the results will be if that happens, thus you look forward to beating SC.
It’s a great time to live in Northern California!
You have no clue how Vegas makes their lines.
I think his chances of success in sports management are excellent as well.