King Henry the Second
Mississippi State also blew threw its non-conference schedule that year.... I believe you mean blew through...
He's the perfect size, you don't know what you're talking about. Just for comparison, Roc Thomas is 5'10 203, Kerryon Johnson is 6' 195, and every other Auburn runningback except for 2 are less than 210 pounds.
I'd like to see the Belgian Bulldozer. I think that Retin Obasohan would be a great rb.
McClain wasn't a bust, he is doing really well in Dallas. Plus, he's an inside linebacker, his job is rarely to rush the passer.
Every Bama qb was a higher recruit than every Auburn qb. They don't have to be proven, they're better already. Plus, Bama has a 5* qb that will likely take over this year.
I'm pretty sure Humphrey started most, if not all, of the season.
Proofread this: Gus Malzahn is the worst coach in the SEC and will never be any good. Saban is one of the best college coaches of all time. His NFL days weren't spectacular, but the Dolphins had a lower record the season before they had Saban and the year after, so obviously he did improve them.
Still have the number one recruiting class for this year and last year and the year before that and the year before that and the year before that and so on. Every player on Bama's roster was part of a number one recruiting class except for a handful of transfers. Keep lying to yourself, lol.
Your d-line wasn't that good. I'll just take LSU for an example. Bama held Fournette to 31 yards and less than 3 ypc. Ole Miss allowed Fournette to go for over 100 yards and over 4 ypc.
His impact in the NFL is more than just his record. The Dolphins had a lower record the season before AND after Saban, so obviously he had a positive impact on them. Also, you could argue that he has made a tremendous impact on the NFL by the players he has lead there. If I recall correctly, Bama has either the second or third most players in the NFL right now of every college team. Throw in the fact that he is probably one of the best college coaches EVER and is still in the hunt for most championships and you've got a top-10 coach of all time.
Greg McElroy should have been an honorable mention, he was pretty good and he won a championship with Bama not too long ago. I would have him over John Parker Wilson.
I mean, if he acts like a kid when they lose the SB, it's only fitting that he hosts a tv show for kids.
If you were to study that, you would likely come to the same conclusion as the article mentioned.
Wtf??? You picked Zeke for the 2013 class over Derrick Henry? The dude won the Heisman, and he wasn't even an honorable mention?
Lol, that won't happen. First of all, Bama rarely allows rushing touchdowns. Also, there is NO WAY that Georgia makes the SECCG over UT or UF.
He worked out as a receiver and a runningback for a few teams.
I don't know about that. A&M still has awful run defense, Garrett needs to work on that.
Wow, Deacon hasn't commented yet? Too embarrassing, I suppose.
They may look hard now, but just wait until you have to face undefeated/one-loss Bama and Ole Miss. There's a couple definite losses.
I think Bama has a strong case for best receivers. Ridley, Stewart, Foster, Dieter, Sims, and Howard are all going to be vying for playing time next year. Three of those guys were 5* recruits.
One good recruiting class for your d-line and you suddenly think that you're the best in the nation...
What other order would you put it in? Best to worst? Alabama still wins there. Recruiting class? Bama.
How ironic of you to say that..
Dumb@$$. Alabama's defense (#3 in NCAA last year, #2 before Clemson game) allowed 40 points. You're idiotic if you think Auburn is going to hold Clemson to half of what Alabama did. Watson is the best player in college football right now, and it's not even close. Try again.
I think Ridley has the highest upside, he plays a lot like Amari Cooper and look where Cooper is now.
I would argue that Eddie Jackson should be the candidate for Alabama. He was a 3 star recruit. He isn't in the NFL yet, but I saw several second round projections.
True, no matter what Deacon says.
How do you work on your speed? You can increase it marginally, but it's not like he's going to get down to 4.5. He's an inconsistent player with attitude issues. I don't think he'll ever be more than a halfway decent slot receiver.
Auburn must be really slow then. He lacks top-end speed. He ran a 4.6.