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That's funny, because I call Tua "Vince Young with a better college career."
This piece is needlessly inflammatory. Typical Bleacher Report hyperventilating. Any program can be turned around.
Ohio State is good, but let's face it: they've not faced anything remotely like Bama's offense. The Tide is just on another level. Will there be a lot of scoring? Yes. Will the Tide win comfortably? Also yes.
You guys have a good one in Harrison Bailey. He should've been starting sooner if you ask me. Been watching him since middle school. Talented kid.
That's dead on 17Tide. I didn't see them developing Nix much at all.
"Whether it’s Clemson, Bama, LSU, or Florida in the semi-final ..." Florida? Lol.
There has to be a season. It's good that all these quarantines are happening now. Let's remember: the lockdowns were supposed to keep the hospitals from being overwhelmed. The players testing positive are likely asymptomatic and won't end up anywhere near a hospital - they're not the demographic at risk. Play the season. Older folks should probably stay away from the games - just common sense. Screen fans on entry. Everyone needs to stop panicking about these "spikes." I'm hearing about more people testing postive, but not a word about more people in the hospital, on ventilators, dying, etc... At this point is seems like everyone will end up getting this thing anyway.
Look, I'm sure Saban would rather have Cochran on staff, but Herbstreit is waaaay overstating this. Either his Ohio State t-shirt was too tight and cutting off blood supply to his brain, or he is dizzy from reading all those Clemson fan blogs.
BamaTime has the zeal of the front runner. Guessing he's just as active on NE Patriots and NY Yankees boards.
Zach Evans is likely to end up at UF, and that'll cement the "Gators win the East" pre-season narrative.
And here I was thinking we could all get along for at least a couple of months during the offseason ...
If this kid doesn't go to the NFL this year, someone is giving him - and his family - terrible, terrible advice.
Seems like UT has at least righted the ship. Next step will be tougher, but the fans have to be happy with their competitiveness. Didn't quit in that game vs IU.
If you've been watching the NFL, Haskins is not looking like he should've been anything like a #1 overall pick. Pick 15 looks like it was a stretch, too.
If this is true, Tua is getting some very, very bad advice. It would be foolish for him to return to Bama for his senior season.
Alternate title for this piece: "Tua, please gamble the generational wealth you could receive as a 1st round NFL pick because odds are great you'll come back 1000% healthy from insanely major surgery and win the Heisman in 2021 - there's no possible way you might hurt your draft stock by being average - because Bama fans don't really have that much confidence in Mac Jones." This article is absurd. Tua needs to go immediately to the NFL. The guy has nothing else to prove in college.
Boo. This kind of enthusiasm is what makes college football great. Loved watching the Auburn fans go crazy. It was awesome. Please ... don't take the joy out of the game. That's the NFL's job.
Definitely not optimal, but I doubt this game is going to be about defense. They should make sure there are fresh lightbulbs in the scoreboard at Bryant-Denny.
Spot on TJW13 A little mystified by headlines that say OSU "made their case for #1" by thumping an unranked Nebraska team. Really? Did Colorado "make their case for #1" when they beat Nebraska a couple weeks back? Really don't care to hear about OSU and their stats until they play someone competent.
Auburn's D is definitely for real. But the quality of their wins over ranked teams has already faded: Oregon's no good, A&M was clearly ranked laughably high, and now everyone's losing their minds because they beat the brakes off a bad MSU team in prime time. Maybe we should slow our roll until we see how they do vs UF, LSU, Bama and UGA. I think they'll make some noise, but can't imagine they go 4-0 through that stretch.
Very, very nervous about this game. But there was one part of this piece that stood out to me: "But this type of atmosphere is nothing new to Notre Dame, which is noted for playing a tough schedule every year." Um ... what? ND's schedule is usually laughable, and known mostly for playing annual nail-biters against service academy teams. I respect ND's talent, but let's not kid ourselves about how "tough" their schedule is. Puh-leeze.
This game still makes me very nervous. UGA has a lot of inexperience at WR, and no idea if Simmons will be healthy for the game. By no means is this one a gimme.