Tim, why didn't you list a few RB's? Gurley, and..? Chubb and Michel will be great in the pros, but I'm struggling to think of any other big names, aside from Herschel.
All those "again's" amount to the average number of losses Auburn incurs every season. What a coincidence.
You mean the game after 'Bama was kept from playing for a 3peat and certain players took the game off for the NFL? OU plays well when there's nothing on the line, but have a less-than-stellar record in any sort of postseason (1-4 in BCS and CFP.) Moral of the story is, don't underestimate this UGA team and their talented, seasoned defense. Teams that lose to Iowa State can certainly be beat by the SEC champ.
There is one indication, being that he already got there last year, and very nearly won it.
Definitely agree. Feed Harris! When Bo went down vs Clemson, Bama still had a 1000 yd rusher in Damien. Stop forgetting about him, and the RB's in general, Daboll. Let this stable run their way to a title!
So you picked the three games where Bama was most thin on the defensive side of the ball? The defense will be as healthy as it's been since week 1, where they did look pretty great, plus the emergence of a future star at LB, Dylan Moses. Btw, that SEC championship was hard to watch.
Was that really the whole quote? wow.
All but one injured defender (Hamilton) should be back come game time. It will be the healthiest Bama defense to take the field since week 1. And now an emerging star/backup in Dylan Moses has gotten meaningful snaps. Sounds good to me!
Sounds like a solid plan. I'd love to see someone tell Saban anything about how to coach football, so please make sure to film the encounter. I'll be sure to send you some flowers in the hospital.
How about we don't forget that Damien Harris and Josh Jacobs exist this time?
One of the best teams in the country doesn't get blown out twice in one season. The biggest joke is certainly Auburn. Choked your title hopes away while your two biggest rivals, whom you beat convincingly, BOTH get into the playoffs. That is something that could only happen to Auburn. You're right, that is a joke, and it's hilarious.
I wonder what it's like to be a professional troll.
Time to panic? Alabama’s defensive struggles against Mississippi State might be a sign of things to come
I'm sure Vegas is hoping a lot of people bet their house on Auburn.
They weren't afraid in 2015 and 2008, either.
Probably still average enough to beat LSU.
I'm not one to take Alabama's opponents lightly, but.. are you kidding me? Fresno St won A game last year. As in one game. They're not beating Alabama. Colorado State the following week, on the other hand, could give them a run.
Many thanks. Bleacher Report does the same thing.
Roll Tide, baby.
Barkley seems like the more versatile player, while Guice seems like he can run over just about anyone (except for anyone on the Alabama defense. Both are pretty amazing players and a lot of fun to watch.
No disrespect intended for LSU fans, but your team isn't going anywhere significant with Etling. There's a reason he couldn't even earn a starting job at Purdue. Hopefully one of the younger guys will step up and actually be able get the ball to those underutilized receivers.
It doesn't matter who you play for, or at what level in college. If you're talented enough, the NFL will find you. Just look at Jerry Rice. Went to Mississippi Valley State, drafted in the first round, and is the greatest receiver to ever play in the NFL. Not saying this will happen for Franklin, but playing for a "B-club" won't determine his draft position.
Does no one on here agree that he's right? Garret, and everyone else on the A&M defense, can't play the run, for whatever reason. If you can't do it all, why are you the #1 pick?
Great receivers have never been the issue at LSU. It's the numb nuts attempting to get them the ball.