In the mid 1990's, Fulmer's players were always in trouble, and he was always working the fringe. I'd just as soon see Fulmer and Peyton move on. Little, Silvan, Nash, Thompson, Ratliffe... Oh, and the credit card scam. Lol.
Clay Travis claims several college coaches are reaching out to him to help them land the Tennessee job
Nothing but unsubstantiated leaks. Who gave money to who, when and where? Crickets. Money comes from boosters. This whole firing smells.
All conferences measure themselves against the SEC. Yet, the SEC goes 7-2 in Bowl games even managing 4 upset wins. All games were against ranked opponents. Bama earns another National Championship. Another successful year. Ohio St is satisfied with their win over Clemson, and Notre Dame is happy with holding Bama to a 17 point spread.
I actually heard an Ohio St podcast that stated, "there's nothing wrong with Justin's legs, he'll be running the ball." Yeah, OK, until he gets hit. His back-ups are inexperienced freshman. I fully expect Ryan Day to use tempo and throw a lot. He knows he can't get behind. He knows he can't stop Bama. I prefer Mac at QB. Mac reads defenses significantly better and makes better decisions. Dual threat QB's tend to get hurt, especially at bad times. Tide's gonna roll!
Kirk Herbstreit identifies the ‘x-factor’ for the national championship game, challenge for Ohio State defense
Once again, Herb restates the obvious. Bama's going to light it up, and even Day knows it.
Departing Auburn RB D.J. Williams announces transfer to ACC program, reunion with former Tigers assistant
He's from FL, so he went home.
He's not alone in letting the BLM nonsense warp his mind. Many in the college game allow it to distract them too, and they end up in the transfer portal.
Urb's just another homer on the Buckeye payroll.
Day keeps saying 'focus', but all him and Ohio St talked about this week was Clemson. Lol.
South Carolina football: Shane Beamer’s first month brings challenges, opportunities to show he’s ready to be an SEC head coach
Beamer's a bust hire. He'll turn SC into a group of 5 team trying to compete in the SEC. 2021 recruiting needs big help and Gunner's likely gone.
B1G is still trying to push back the game. You know Urb and Gene are involved in that.
Alabama in trouble? Eddie George impressed with Ohio State’s Playoff performance: ‘I don’t see anyone in the country that can play with them’
Homer Eddie George never won a Natty.
Hopefully, Bobo was hired for his recruiting ability and not his offensive mind :-) Harsin can run an offense.
Ohio St is perceived as arrogant. Two one and done's before this CFP appearance. Bama is respected. I fully expect Alabama to add their 3rd natty in 6 years. Their 5th Natty in 10 years.
Ohio State CB Shaun Wade challenges DeVonta Smith, says he’s excited to go up against Heisman winner
Wade's a blowhard. Bama has a heck of a lot more weapons to compliment Devonta. That defense will be stretched in all directions.
Former Big Ten defensive coordinator explains how he’s helping Alabama ahead of the national title game
Alabama sounds pretty darn confident to me.
Alabama LB Dylan Moses shares 2020 struggles after return from knee injury: ‘It was just constant pain’
He shouldn't be in constant pain due to the knee. Need to be able to walk in your 30's dude.
Bama shut down Sermon the last time they saw him (2019 Orange Bowl) and they'll shut him down again. The big holes aren't going to be there. The way Bama stretches the field, Najee's going to run wild.
O'Brien is an acquired taste. Lol. He's a heck of an OC, but he'll rub the boosters the wrong way no doubt. It would surprise me if he considered an OC job. He wants to be a HC, and he prefers the NFL.
Jimbo really relied on the run against UNC, to the point that I was shaking my head thinking, open up the offense. He was right though. Towards the end of the 4th Qtr, A&M was running right through a wore down defense.
Nick Saban impressed with the job Ryan Day has done at Ohio State: ‘I think he’s an outstanding coach’
"I notice he’s probably a little more involved with the offense." Meaning Bama's going to eat up that Buckeye pass defense.
Bama receiver's are going to have a field day. Buckeye's pass defense is weak, and the Bama OL protects Mac. I'm grateful it's Ohio St and not Clemson. Clemson was missing Ross, Ngata and Lawrence still threw for 400 yards.
Those huge holes will not be there against Bama. That run defense is just fine. Buckeyes need to worry about their own passing defense. Mac's going to light 'em up.
I always laugh when out of conference teams take UK lightly. It's like they have no idea what a physical run game, disciplined special teams, and solid defense can do to a team. Frustrates 'em, wears 'em down, makes 'em make mistakes. Yet, Bowl game after bowl game, UK gets overlooked. NC St, VT, PSU, even a ranked NU held on for dear life.
Does Waddle return? I'm happy not to see Clemson again. The Tide will rise to the challenge.
I like Bama in this match-up. Fields will be harassed, those big holes will not open for Sermon, and Bama has the speed to cover the outside. Meanwhile, the Bama line will push, Najee will shine and Mac will chew up the Buckeye secondary.
Herman had to go. Not advancing the program. Nice to see Steve get another shot. He should do well in the Big12.
Happy to see the Buckeyes. Mac will eat up their secondary. I knew Clemson was in trouble deep with Nolan Turner out the first half. Then Skalski gets tossed for targeting (again), and that was the end of the Clemson defense. Dude should've learned by now.
Cool. Looks like Bama gets to beat up on Ohio State.
Yup. Get rid of Grantham, and he'll have another job the next day. Probably take Robinson with him and a few players. UF defense will likely be no better because of it.