Mr.Alabamakid

Since the day I was born, I have loved the greatest team of all time, the Crimson Tide of Alabama. May god bless the Alabama Crimson Tide forever. #RollTide

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UAB: TENN wins, but closer than expected UK: Hardest remaining game left for TENN. They have to play at UK at 7:30pm, and it's going to be cold at night. MU: Mizzou will be more duable. Although TENN plays at MU and, unless it becomes a 3:30 CBS game, it will likely be 7:30pm and cold VU: TENN lost 3 straight games vs the 'Dores and 5 of the last 7 going back to 2012
I think Auburn can win the SEC West. The only question is: Can Auburn beat LSU in Baton Rouge? Auburn hasn't won at LSU since 1999. In all fairness, Auburn lost to LSU in 2013 and 2017, but went on to beat Georgia and Alabama later on in both seasons. I'm really looking forward to how the SEC West will play out with Alabama, Auburn, and LSU.
When you brought up B1G bias, don't forget the biggest kiss-ups, oops I mean biased group to the B1G, Fox Sports 1. Cowherd, Bayless, Danny Kanell, Klatt, and the rest of FS1.
First of all, Congratulations to Auburn for the victory. What that being said here's two things. 1, I really think Auburn will upset Alabama in 2 weeks and win the SEC West because of this reason: the last two times Auburn beat Georgia, they defeated Alabama in the same season (2010 and 2013), now keep in mind both times they played for a national title, which leads me to my next point. 2, Let's say Auburn defeats Alabama, wins the division, and win the SEC Championship, could the same thing that happened to Penn State and Ohio State happen to Auburn and Alabama. What costed Penn State the chance to play in the CFP was their 2 loses, and their brand name. Auburn has already lost 2 games, and just like Penn State, they've won just two national titles. Their loses and their brand name will play a big role should Auburn win the SEC.
I don't think it will happen, but if both Georgia and Alabama play in the College Football Playoffs, I think the 2 Conferences getting left out is the PAC 12 and the ACC. Both conferences are trash, I think once Clemson lost to Syracuse, and when USC, Washington, and Washington State lost games, that was it for them. I think if it does happen, the two teams joining Alabama and UGA would be Ohio State and Oklahoma. But for now, I think it should be the following: Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia, and Notre Dame with Clemson and Penn State on the outside looking in.
This year has been filled with drama and agony for both Nebraska and Tennessee on and off the field. First on the field, both teams early in the season thought they would win there divisions but wound up losing the division race to their rivals Wisconsin for the Huskers and Florida for the Vols. And then off the field before this season began, Punter Sam Foltz of Nebraska died in a car accident and then Pat Summit, who was an icon and a legend at Tennessee, passed away after a 5 year battle with Alzheimer's disease. And then a few weeks ago the city of Gatlinburg, which is about 30 to 45 minutes outside of Knoxville, which is where I live. So this year's music city bowl isn't about winning a trophy, this is more of a healing game for both teams because both teams have a lot of heavy hearts to play with this year.
This is what needs to happen and should of happen. Missouri should have stayed in the Big XII, Louisville should have went to the SEC, and West Virginia should of went to the ACC. The reason why West Virginia is in the Big XII, which remember is primarily the midwest like Iowa and Oklahoma and Texas, is because the stubborn idiots from the ACC were like, "We don't want you ruining us. It's bad enough most of the teams are terrible in football, it's worse if we let you broke back mountain hillbillies come ruin our basketball." They didn't understand two things: 1) UWV's rivalry with PITT actually meant something not only to the fans and the then Big East Football race, but also meant something in a bowl placing scenario and 2) West Virginia is not only good in football, but is also good in basketball and could, potentially, represent the Big XII in the College Football Playoffs. Those aren't opinions, those are facts.
I think it's good because I believe that Gameday should go to at least 1 Non-Power 5/FCS game every season and just take a break from doing nothing but Power 5/Notre Dame games.
It will be the 1st time since 2014 vs Alabama that the vols wore all orange. I've seen them with orange jerseys & white pants, I've seen them with all white, and I've even seen them with white jerseys & orange pants.
There is not going to be two SEC teams, or even two teams from the same conference they're from such as B1G, ACC, XII, or PAC-12. After LSU vs Alabama in that 2011 BCS National Championship game, there will NOT be another time where two teams from the same conference play each other in the national title game, not even two teams from the same conference will get in at the same time, unless two things were two happen. Number 1: The quantity of teams goes from 4 to 8 and/or Two conferences like the Big XII and the Pac-12 had a two loss champion while the other power 5 conferences had a 1 loss or a 0 loss champion. Until then, the chance of a conference, whether it be the ACC, the SEC, the B1G, the Big XII, or the PAC-12, is not going to happen.
I am an Alabama fan and I have shown unforgiveness towards Auburn ever since they stole our 2013 national championship on November 30, 2013. First and foremost, I believe that Alabama will win the rest of their games, BUT, every Alabama fan should not only be concerned about LSU, but also Auburn because every one thought that Auburn was going to be awful and Gus Mahlzan would be fired. However, they have been playing good offense and they have one of the best defenses in the SEC. Plus remember, by this time 3 years ago in 2013 everyone pretty much was saying Alabama goes 14-0, wins the SEC title game, and win the BCS National Title and we all saw how that all played out. So to all of my Alabama fans, be on high alert for not only LSU, bu also Auburn. We get Auburn in Tuscaloosa, but still be alert. We don't need 2013 part 2 so be on alert.
I am an Alabama fan and I have shown unforgiveness towards Auburn ever since they stole our 2013 national championship on November 30, 2013. First and foremost, I believe that Alabama will win the rest of their games, BUT, every Alabama fan should not only be concerned about LSU, but also Auburn because every one thought that Auburn was going to be awful and Gus Mahlzan would be fired. However, they have been playing good offense and they have one of the best defenses in the SEC. Plus remember, by this time 3 years ago in 2013 everyone pretty much was saying Alabama goes 14-0, wins the SEC title game, and win the BCS National Title and we all saw how that all played out. So to all of my Alabama fans, be on high alert for not only LSU, bu also Auburn. We get Auburn in Tuscaloosa, but still be alert. We don't need 2013 part 2 so be on alert.
I don't think it's going to be Alabama vs Tennessee in the SEC title game for a legitimate reason. Since the first SEC Title game in 1992, there has never been a championship game that played their in-season out-season cross-division rival. Alabama vs Tennessee, Arkansas vs Missouri/South Carolina, Auburn vs Georgia, LSU vs Florida, Mississippi State vs Kentucky, Ole Miss vs Vanderbilt, and Texas A&M vs South Carolina/Missouri, has never happened in the SEC Title game. So it's either it's going to be Tennessee vs Texas A&M/LSU/Auburn OR Alabama vs Florida.
The USA Today must be idiots. Arkansas will go bowling, not Missouri.
To all of my Auburn friends, the Gus Bus is going to crash in 2016 because this isn't 2013 anymore. You guys are going to be horrible in 2016
I disagree with that. I honestly trust the AP poll than the coaches poll most of the time because the AP poll is more reliable than them coaches because the AP Poll has experts and media members, where in the coaches poll they select three head coaches every week from the FBS to make their choices for who is in the poll and most of the time those coaches that were selected probably played a few teams that were in the coaches poll.
I agree with Kirk. I don't see the SEC having two teams in the playoffs for four reasons: 1. There are only 4 slots to get in 2. They're trying to make sure that other conferences and independents have a fair chance to be in 3. There can NOT be two teams from the same conference playing each other in the semifinals or even the national title game just like Alabama and LSU in 2011 or how Michigan and Ohio State almost played each other in the 2006 BCS title game. 4. The SEC is the biggest baddest conference in the land for a reason and that's because the SEC beats up on each other every single week. That's why there will not be two SEC teams in the playoffs, UNLESS they move it to 8.
This is what I think should happen for an 8-team college football playoff system. First have the match-ups between seeds be like this: No. 1 vs No. 8, No. 2 vs No. 7, No. 3 vs No. 6, and No. 4 vs No. 5. Then have four of the six bowl games to be the quarterfinals and rotate it every year (Year 1: OB, CB, PB, FB. Year 2: RB, SB, PB, FB. Year 3: RB, SB, OB, CB.) and the four remaining teams play in the other two bowl games which will also rotate being the semifinals: (Year 1: RB, SB. Year 2: OB, CB. Year 3: PB, FB.) And just for fun add the have the National title game be at the site of one of the semifinals for the following season. (Year 1: Cotton Bowl (Arlington, TX). Year 2: Fiesta Bowl (Glendale, AZ). Year 3: Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, LA). Year 4: Orange Bowl (Miami Gardens, FL). Year 5: Peach Bowl (Atlanta, GA). Year 6: Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA). If it was up to me, this is what the College football playoffs would look like right now. By the way RB=Rose Bowl SB=Sugar Bowl OB=Orange Bowl CB=Cotton Bowl PB=Peach Bowl FB=Fiesta Bowl.
The only reason why the College Football Playoffs are on New Year's Eve is because the Rose Bowl must be at a certain time on New Year's Day. I don't know why you should put the Rose Bowl first before the Semifinals if it's not a semifinal because when you think about, the Rose Bowl isn't really an important bowl game for those who are outside of the two conferences known as the B1G and PAC-12 because we rarely see a team who is outside of the B1G and PAC-12. Besides, if you want the Rose Bowl to stay at a certain time on New Year's Day, just put the two semifinals before and after the game and put the other three New Year's Six bowls on New Year's eve that's what solves the problem.
The one thing that stood out to me was the Florida teams because they were more of the new comers because you got all of these other teams like Alabama, Michigan, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Ohio State, and even Notre Dame that have been power houses since the existence of college football. And then you got the 'Canes, the 'Noles, and the Gators, teams who have had great talent, successful seasons and runs, and head coaches like Spurrier, Bowden, Johnson, Meyers, and Fisher, but came at a more recent time in college football such as the last 2 or 3 decades or so. Miami never was a big named program until the early or mid 1980's, while neither FSU or Florida became a must beat team until the 1990's. That's just what I think.
To all of my BIG XII friends, I'm sorry but y'all will be left out this season. This is what the bracket would look like in the end of 2016: 1. B1G (MICH, MSU, OSU) 2. ACC (CLEM, FSU) 3. SEC (ALA, LSU, TENN) 4. PAC 12 (STAN, USC) or Notre Dame.
How is Boise State going to be in the Playoffs.
Actually, Ole Miss did defeat a #1 ranked Alabama team in 2014. Alabama was number 1 in the AP Poll, but number 3 in the coaches poll. Get your numbers right.
Auburn should be lucky the CFP didn't begin until the next season because if it did, this is what it would have been: 1. FSU 2. Auburn 3. Michigan State 4. Alabama.
I think the real reason is not because what the NCAA is trying to do to even the paying field is the problem. The real problem of why football schools such as Wake Forest, Vandy, Iowa State, Colorado, and those kinds of schools are very suckish is because recruits want to go to big named schools where they win National Titles, or has an extremely high chance to win National Titles such as Southern Cal., Alabama, FSU, Michigan, and other types of schools that are highly profiled college football teams. That's what the problem is.
When he was at Florida, everyone hated him for 2 reasons. He would beat you badly then he would talk about you. He was like the Nick Saban of the 90s. Everyone wanted to beat him and they hated him.
They only hired Derek Dooley in 2010 because Lane Kiffen left 3 weeks before national signing day and also just to try to have a good recruiting class that year because the two previous year they had some of the worst recruiting classes in the nation. But i think that after the lost to Kentucky in 2011 for the first time in forever, I think everyone including Derek Dooley himself was ready of this infamous era to be over.
Actually both Georgia and Tennessee have won the SEC East the same amount of times they have been to the SEC Title game. They have won the East 5 Times: Tennessee Volunteers: '97, '98, '01, '04, '07 Georgia Bulldogs: '02, '03, '05, '11, '12