Please stop blaming everybody but your team. Please! It is nauseating that everyone blames officials for losses. The fact is officials make mistakes and it is your teams job to overcome any perceived bad call. EVERY TEAMS gets the benefit of a bad call. It's not perfect. Quit looking at every close call that goes against you as the call that beat you and the determining factor in the winner and loser of a game. I can't tell you how every time there is a close call that both sides have a different opinion on what the right call is. Every close call that goes against you is not a bad call. It has to be hell to "believe" that every call goes against you. I would quit watching if I really believed that.
This is a complete joke. If you say it enough, it just becomes truth. I have never watched sports where the best team didn't get roasted for getting all the calls. That is just a loser mentality to blame the officials for everything. Calls are missed. That happens every game. I think the officials try to get it right. But they don't always. I have no data to back this up, but I would be floored if there were more than 1 or 2 teams that get called for more pass interference penalties than Bama. In fact, I would be a little surprised if any did. Especially third down interference penalties. Bama benefits from calls sometimes. There is no doubt. They also get bad calls. It is a complete joke to hear the back and forth from ALL programs about who gets what. Its very rare that you hear someone speak from a level headed position and tries to keep from letting any one call justify whatever your biased position is.
I agree with the general tone of the article. So good job with that. It's just some of the minor details are inaccurate in my opinion. I realize this is nit picky. But if you write an article, I think there should have been better insight on the details. "Keon Ellis is a solid player and can provide depth". I promise you his outlook for this season from the coaching staff is that they are counting on him to be one of the best players in the conference. That does not mean he will. But they sure think he will be one of the best players (if not the best) on the team and will be relying on him heavily. It's amazing to me how people are missing out on Keon. He is one of the best 2 way players around. Providing depth is not what I think his destiny is or will be. But what do I know?