For his players’ sakes I hope he’s more Prime Time and less Neon Deion.
The way you started that post, I thought bubbatime had started a new Florida username. Good luck to y’all this season!
Changing course? Pac-12 ‘hopeful’ to start football before Jan. 1 after agreement with rapid-testing company
I have to administer Covid tests where I work. I’m guessing that this is the antigen test since it has the quick results. The current antigen tests are 80% accurate but only after the third or fourth day of showing symptoms. If you want more accurate tests you have to do the molecular test and that takes 24-48 hours for results.
Eventually the rest of college football will realize that Notre Dame needs them a lot more than they need the Irish.
I always liked his spirit. He was one tough competitor. When he walked off of the field that year against Bama instead of letting the training staff come out for him spoke a lot about his mettle. Glad to see he's doing well and I hope he passes on his experience to his teams.
Baton Rouge sportscaster hilariously trolls Trevor Lawrence over national championship loss to LSU, Joe Burrow
That's hilarious! Well played, sir. Well played.
Just ignore the Troll. His blathering is inane and repetitive.
Strange things happen in Jordan-Hare. It always seems like y'all play us a much tougher game when you're at home. And yes, I remember 2010, but that's been more the exception than the rule.
I would rather have played ND than BYU. I still like to go back and watch the '12 beatdown from time to time.
Don't forget BubbaTime. Of course his posts have pretty much turned into cut and paste crap. He can't even come up with new material like the others.
Losing their scholarships could very well be the consequences of receiving a check and benefits from the schools. They would go from being a student-athlete to a paid employee. In other words, a paid professional. That would void their eligibility IF the NCAA stood by their guns. Of course, expecting the NCAA to follow logic is laughable in itself.
Meth is a helluva drug. Seriously though, I could see Texas going to the Pac-whatever before joining the SEC. They've flirted with the West Coast before and I don't see aTm being really happy about Texas joining the conference. Texas are a bunch of entitled, whining brats that we don't need. I'd rather have TCU or Baylor that the 'Horns. I think Mizzou also makes more sense going to the B16. Geographically, y'all are more Midwestern than Southern. No reflection on your school or quality of teams but it just makes more sense to me.
Unless it’s Vandy. Then it’s inevitable.
It didn’t just feature Leatherwood, he was also the author. Very eloquently said.
I think the main difference between Pruitt and his predecessors is the guy will be able to actually develop the talent he signs. He may lose some of these kids before signing day but he should have a solid core to build on the future with. It would be nice to see the Third Saturday in October become a more competitive rivalry again.
I think that Tennessee has finally gotten the right guy in Pruitt. He’s a helluva recruiter and his coaching pedigree is solid. If he can continue the momentum, Tennessee will be back back in contention for the East.
Sad that the kid can’t seem to get out of his own way. He’s got all of the physical gifts but doesn’t seem to have the ability to keep focused. I hope for his sake that he can put it behind him and succeed.
You know it’s the off season when SDS is reduced to writing articles about jersey numbers that haven’t been officially assigned yet.
Tide dynasty over? Scott Cochran’s decision to leave Alabama for Georgia leads to several interesting reactions
I seem to remember the proclamations that the dynasty was over when Kirby had his own “Mama called” moment. Great get for Georgia but Bama isn’t on life support yet.
I sure hate to lose him but wish him nothing but the best. I’ve heard that his family and Kirby’s are very close.
SDS has to try to create some controversy to generate responses and views. I think most folks know who the winners and losers were. Kudos to Mizzou and A&M for getting two of our targets but honestly they would have been more icing on the cake than critical gets. Bama addressed their needs and added needed depth to the defensive front seven. Yeah, we were winners this cycle.
Tua Tagovailoa shares advice Nick Saban gave regarding NFL decision: Make business decision, not emotional decision
Thanks for the class Biggie and Geaux Long. I wish Tua nothing but the best. He was a true joy to watch and personified what is best about college football and the SEC. I’ll always wonder how the last two seasons would have played out if the various injuries hadn’t happened. No slight against Joe Burrow and LSU’s offense but I think some of those records would have belonged to Tua.
Thanks Marine! Y’all have had some great kids too. I remember Metzenburger limping off the field one night in Tuscaloosa. He was not going to give in and show any weakness by accepting help. That guy had the heart of a warrior! Our programs and fans may not like each other but there’s a lot of respect. Can’t wait for November to play y’all again.
I think he’s being a little generous calling himself 5’ 10”. I’ve seen him on the sidelines at BDS and I would’ve said 5’8” is closer.
I wouldn’t be surprised if he committed to Oregon. From what I’ve read, the Bama coaching staff has already written him off and moved on.
Good for Shula! He may not have been ready to be a head coach but he’s a great guy. I don’t think he’ll be a HC in college again. He seems more comfortable in the league.
Watching from the ramp is now a thing of the past but it was fun back in the day
Some of the older LSU fan base would have said Ole Miss in the Magnolia Bowl but I don’t think many contemporary fans consider it a rivalry anymore.
Anyone else notice none of Clemson’s opponents have a bye week before they play the Tigers but Clemson has their off week before traveling to South Bend?
Agreed. They earned it. They beat a very impressive lineup of opponents.