No, those are 2 typical positions
What are referring to?
I agree this looks bad for Coach O, but Canada doesn't seem to stick around anywhere. Only coaching stop longer than 2 seasons was his alma mater Indiana.
Not a chance it was incidental. He had to lunge to make contact.
This is a pure speculation article. Don't take the comparison to Clowney and Garrett as stone. "If he isn't going to give more effort..." There is nothing to suggest that other than guesses. Yes, it's possible, but so are many other things that we could speculate about.
He had the want to be the greatest , but not thinking he got there.
I'm confused. I thought this was about "returning starters" but right out of the gate you use a non-starter, 4th string RB and new recruit to make a case. "before the elite recruits are mixed in... here are the known commodities exiting 2016 and setting the table for 2017...." "There isn’t a deeper position group in America than Alabama at running back... Add top overall recruit in 2017 Najee Harris to a group... and the options are plenty."
He was asked about his experience against the SEC and made a half-hearted joke. It wasn't really a "dig".
He was responding to a question about experience against the SEC and made a half-hearted joke. It wasn't like he led the presser with that.
"If we get in a bowl..." If they get in, it's time to cancel a few
You are right, this was very classy by these guys.
Great play, but doesn't rival the Clowney hit.
Lamar Jackson would have to lose a leg to not win the heisman, howeva... wouldn't it be fitting if this year's Bama game vaulted Fournette back to the top of the conversation.
Yes, I realize. Do you realize I was just answering his question as to why it's in the news? As far as Mizzou, Clemson, Auburn, and Memphis, none of them where purple and gold to my knowledge or have a large Mardi Gras attachment. However, again (and I'll type slow for you) "it doesn’t seem to offensive to me unless referencing Mike VI and I’m not sure that was the intent of the players".
Because it made it's way to the field where 2 players posed with it. Also because of the last 2 weeks of history between the schools. Also because of the recent death of Mike VI. However, it doesn't seem to offensive to me unless referencing Mike VI and I'm not sure that was the intent of the players.
While I doubt moving back the SEC championship game back is plausible this year, it seams like the future solutions for similar problems. If they built in a week between end of regular season and SEC CG, you would have opportunity to make up any games in the future,
New PAC-12 fan motto... We put the 12 in PAC-12? But that's still not as good as the ACC "It Just Means Less"
Wow. I thought this was going to be a sarcasm piece, but this is real? How in the world did "It Just Means Less" get through the system? This is funny.
How did LSU Softball (which I agree is good) beat out LSU Baseball?
You're right, I don't like Richard Sherman, but I am a huge Patrick Peterson fan. Not sure how you reconcile that.
Why do you want to "get a reaction" out of people you "could care less about"? "Honestly"... why?
I would choose delusional over homer.
That was a 3 OT game and en route to a national championship for LSU (however, I do understand that beating LSU is like a national championship to Arky fans). Mispronouncing "Ar-Kansas: is hardly a douche move. Not sure if it was a slip of the brain or trying to be silly but he has been known for both.
[slow clap] Great, after-the-fact, article. I admit you did say LSU should be on "upset alert", but without all the detail you included here. And you referred to it as a "rivalry game" which loses credibility (except for Arky fans, now their your biggest fans). I especially like how you emphasized "at the time"... brilliant. I would have been completely lost without that. And while I'm not jumping on the "Fire Les" bandwagon, you do have to put some blame on the coaches. The game plan didn't work either week and they were either stubborn to change or had no plan B. This is like your friend turning and saying, "I was thinking that", but didn't say anything at the time.
I guess you missed his caveat of "or did I not understand it". However, I believe the question was implying who you would start your college team with not who would you draft to your NFL team. But you're right, me and the other 3 writers could have misunderstood.
I'm guessing Chris Wright is that guy who takes Eli Manning at 6 or 7 in the first round of your fantasy league with Jamaal Charles, Le'Veon Bell, and every other QB still available.
Yeah I was thinking that too.