Hell yeah. They are men and you're some punk in the stands who thinks you get to do something because you're part of a crowd? You throw a drink on somebody you should expect to get your teeth kicked in, especially if your target is a professional football player.
Asa Martin coming in should be a quality option next year with a spring/summer in the weight room. And hopefully Pettway is back and ready to go as well.
As much as I want to see him stay I agree 100%. He is a damn good back and the injuries are the exact reason that he should go. While he seems to be a bright young man and I'm sure he'll find success after his playing days, there are few who make the kind of money that he would see immediately in the NFL.
Supposedly there were back in the day but it never materialized. Supposedly Richt had even agreed to moving the game up but I don't know how true that is.
Should NCAA abolish transfer rules and let players like Shea Patterson go where they want and play immediately?
A privilege? I mean yeah, it's great that you get to go to school for free but they are working. Those kids are no less "professional" than the guys who play on Sundays and they generate all kinds of revenue with their efforts. If it was being set up now from the ground up there is no way you would set it up this way. Coaches get to bargain for their rights but the game is set up to profit from the players without having to pay them.
A conscience decsion? Buddy you should probably try to get a hold of the English language before launching into concepts of morality. By your standards the elderly are at fault for getting robbed when they choose to go outside. The reality is that every person gets a choice about how to go about their lives, coaches and players included. KJ is a brave young man who gave his all in spite of his obvious injury he went for it. Putting the dirty way that he was targeted in that game on a coach who let him play is blaming the victim for the crime. Just because something is allowed by the rules doesn't mean it's right and just because it doesn't get called doesn't mean it's against the rules.
You know that UGA had multiple players arrested after the game right? There have been kids that have had problems and then they come to Auburn and they are given a second chance and real discipline, serious problems are actually dealt with seriously.
I'd love to see a matchup against ND
Well yeah. That's basically every team's situation, we're not talking about the NFL and indefinitely keeping the same players.
Let me know how your Fordham coach works after State returns to bottom of the west. You should probably stay under that rock, the real world is a scary place place for those unable to defend themselves.
AlabamaLite? So is Arkansas Lacroix then? You should probably think before saying stupid mess. And the reality is that Arkansas wasn't capped by Bielema, Arkansas is the cap. The lack of recruiting and lack of desirability of that job is the reason that you were pulling out the checkbook for the only candidate of Gus's caliber that ever would have considered the job. You should really know your place by now.
I think the point would be that you paid all of them to come to your school.
Nah, too harsh. I'm sure he understands that what he did was wrong so that's enough for the Sooners.
Honestly anyone who chooses another SEC school over Vandy for free better have plans to be playing on Sundays. I gotta wonder how employers look at some young football player graduate of a school like Vandy relative to their peers given that we all know that the academic standards are different for athletes.
Would not be at all surprised to see a punt run back. They've looked terrible this season on covereage.
Playing a terrible game with lots of penalties is exposure. Do they have to just look talentless? Playing badly in the biggest game of season is literally the definition of falling apart in big games.
MattyJ just made my day
He wiped his ass? Is he running a daycare?
The other point that bears mentioning is that Stidham was coming off of a year away from college ball at the beginning of the season. It's not really possible to separate his development over the course of the season and the home/away differential given the schedule this year.
Well Saban did run off the two other options they had last year when he gave the job to Hurts. Don't know if they would have been better but certainly would have been different since I believe both were pocket passers.
I'm with you. That was an absurd ending to a great game and a totally unexpected season. This was a good team playing well, as they have for past few games.
One of them is going to lose. They play each other in the B1G Championship game.
Agree 1000%. Even as an AU fan, I think that if we get in at all it should probably be in the 4 spot. Some great wins down the stretch but 2 losses still counts as a big strike.
He's 3rd in the SEC for carries. He got hurt, I know you're still bitter but that's not coaching. War Damn, looking forward to next Saturday.
In all of the 3 years of the playoff? That's definitely an adequate sample size to draw conclusions that apply forever.
That all depends on whether the Bama O line can open up the run game the way that they have all season. If not, then he might have to do a whole lot more.
You do notice that none of those rivalries have remotely the significance of Alabama-Auburn at this point?
I think it all comes down to whether they have someone better lined up. If they're at least close then the new AD isn't gonna come in and just jump and see where they land with finding someone better.
If you go by the percentages now Chubb would need 233 carries to get to 15 TDs. So that doesn't hold up. Chubb is a great back but he only has 26 fewer carries and 6 less TDs.