Auburn wear Bama down, lol! In your dreams!
You know the difference in a puppy and an awbarn fan? A puppy will eventually stop whining!
And fat phil had to cheat an pay a quarterback to get 1!
It's the economy, and ticket brokers buying up thousands of tickets and reselling them at ridiculous prices. Ticket brokers are nothing more than legalized scalpers. Stop people from buying dozens of season tickets and then selling them to ticket brokers for profit!
Bama wins big and aubarn goes down in flames. Georgia is an embarrassment to the SEC!
Nick Saban was and is an investment. Wall Street could take a few lessons from Alabama! Roll Tide!
Urban Meyer left Florida in a hurry. I think his panic and anxiety attacks are probably connected to Scam Newton. If Scam got paid at the barn he surely got paid at Florida too!
The NCAA should be working to stop ticket brokering which is nothing more than legalized scalping! Season tickets at Alabama are already for sale between $1500.00 to $6500.00 each! Where does it stop?
Typical of an auburn fan, has those orange glasses on!
Cheezedik is such a dork! Leather jacket, who has worn a leather jacket since the 80s, lol! I love his double knit polyester thick long sleeve jacket zipped up to his chin during football season, what a dork, had to be burning up!
Lets see how much fun it is when they have to give it all back and forfeit all 14 games! The replay official that ruled the interception by Oregon was no good needs his eyes checked! i watched this play on my HDDVR several times at 1/15 speed, the Oregon DB caught the ball, pulled it into his chest, held it there, made 3 steps inbounds, before falling on his butt with the ball still in his chest! That could have been a game changing play! The party hasn't started yet, but it will soon! http://blog.al.com/wire/2011/01/court_papers_indicate_alabama.html Court papers indicate Alabama gambling probe is growing MONTGOMERY, AL — Federal prosecutors say in court papers that their gambling investigation in Alabama has grown beyond the legislators, lobbyists and casino owners who have already been indicted. The disclosure comes in notes that FBI agents took during interviews with Country Crossing casino lobbyist Jarrod Massey, who has pleaded guilty to bribery and conspiracy. Another lobbyist indicted in the case, VictoryLand representative Tom Coker, had sought complete copies of the FBI's notes from six interviews with Massey before his guilty plea Dec. 20. Coker's lawyer, David McKnight, said the notes are necessary to prepare Coker's defense. Federal prosecutors provided copies but withheld some material, including entire pages. Attorneys with the Justice Department's Public Integrity Section said in court filings that the undisclosed material "pertains to an ongoing criminal investigation involving facts beyond the scope of the indictment in this matter." They said disclosure of the material "at this juncture would risk exposing the details of such investigation." When asked if the court papers indicate more people will be indicted, Justice Department spokeswoman Laura Sweeney said Monday she couldn't comment beyond the information in the court documents. Coker's attorney said Wednesday the language in the court papers is not something the FBI routinely uses to try to keep notes private, and its presence is significant. "There is definitely another investigation ongoing. What it entails I can't say," McKnight said. Prosecutors have offered to give the complete notes to Coker's lawyer by Jan. 31 unless some reason arises to justify withholding the material. McKnight filed papers Wednesday saying he can agree to getting the notes no later than Jan. 31 "given the government's representation about the ongoing investigation." Massey and Coker were among 11 people arrested Oct. 4 on an indictment accusing them of buying and selling votes on pro-gambling legislation. The remaining 10 defendants are scheduled for trial April 4. All 11 indicted are either or both Auburn Boosters or former Auburn board of Trustees. Don't think this is fishy?