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It'll fade over time... Like the 1986 loss at home to Army. Like the 1975 loss at home to North Texas State. Like the 1958 loss at home to UT-Chattanooga... Anti-Tennessee trash talkers don't really bring up those terrible losses these days, and so it will be with GA State eventually.
You can also quote Dr. Anthony Fauci telling us not to wear a mask.
So.... If they don't want comments on political articles, they shouldn't write political articles?
PSA: UGA just dropped the playing of Gone With the Wind after games.
Toomer's corner might be next. Although (like "Gator Bait") it was never intended to be racist, and no one actually alleged it was racist, the imagery... THE IMAGERY of a tree. To borrow from the Florida President: "there is horrific historic racist imagery associated with the [tree]. Where does this end?
What is not sarcasm is UNLV got rid of their Rebel mascot and associations...
Conner why did you not include the actual text of the contract/agreement between Arkansas and Bielema? If you had, we wouldn't have to dance around the issue of what the agreement was between Bielema and Arkansas. For example, was it enough for Bielema to "seek" a commensurate job? Was "mutual interest" enough to satisfy the terms? Or did he have actually land a job? And was the agreement contingent on the landing of a job? Or was it he salary amount? Without knowing the actual text, you have free reign to insinuate who is and who isn't acting in good faith.
I get what you're saying, but the pressure comes from within for these guys. Grandpappy won a Super Bowl, and you don't want to be the guy that failed to make an All-American team in college. It's not pressure from fans or coaches, but from carrying the family name.
Well the stipulation in the contract is that neither Bielema nor Jones are making good-faith efforts to find commensurate employment. Therefore, Bielema and Jonse are the ones who are not honoring the contract. That's the issue. The two schools only agreed to pay that buyout money on the condition that they try to find an equal-ish paying job. Bielema and Jones both agreed to go and find an equal-ish paying job when they signed on the dotted line to these terms. They are not living up to what they promised, therefore, the universities feel like they don't need to pay.
Butch isn't a coach. Nick Saban didn't hire him to coach. They should stop calling him "Coach Jones."
I think Chris Simms should probably be ranking the best back-up QBs, because that's where most of his expertise falls.
We've had plenty of Colquitts who don't mind stepping up to their uncle's and grandfather's legacies. Just saying.
So, there ya go. Can't keep 'em all, and thank goodness we had other school's fans make sure we knew it!
That was a good article! My favorite part was, after Lane Kiffin had given Johnny the key to the football building in an effort to mend fences and bring him back from exile: [quote] He developed a habit of parking his car right in front of the football building, leaving it sitting on the curb right in the middle of traffic and going inside. When campus police told him he couldn't do that, he pointed at the road sign above them: Johnny Majors Boulevard. "The hell you say. This is my road. I can park wherever I want." [/quote] Johnny Majors had things going very well at Tennessee, too, with back to back Sugar Bowl wins for 89 & 90 (in JM's day, pre-BCS, winning the Sugar Bowl was about the best you could do - if things worked out, maybe you played a good team or maybe not). It was two steps forward and one step back, it seemed with JM, but each of the forward steps went further and further. The way the head coaching job was "transferred" to Fulmer really, really split the fan base.
Hi, Mark -- welcome back. This was a very nice tribute to a man who was a quintessential Tennessean. He gave his all for Tennessee. RIP
Connor your research department let you down again. Tennessee did not go 5-7 in 2005! Don't you short us that game!
I think Vick is barking up the wrong tree. It's a dog-gone shame.
The question should be: which two pro golfers should be the next to play with Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.
What's even more scary, darth, is that he will actually get to vote when he turns 18.
Set ourselves up for disappointment? I'm sure there will be many, MANY people in the comment section that will rush to this website to comfort us Vol fans if one of these commits decides to decommit.