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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Arkansas Offers Mike Bobo Head Coaching Job!

Has Crayon.....Will Travel.

It is Boboz timez up in Hawg Nation.

I assume since we are all just making up absurd stories about who Arkansas has offered a contract....I can throw one out there.

The offer is 17.5 years the salary is $75 a week, plus his very own CiCi's Pizza in his back yard right beside his super sweet tree house/fort, and of course a coupon that will allow him to walk into any Wal-Mart or Sams anywhere in the world and get all the Crayola products a shopping cart will hold.

Les Miles to Arkansas and Other Hilarious Stories of Programs "Overestimating" Themselves

So here in Augusta we don't find ourselves exposed to very many Arkansas fans.  However, a few years ago myself and two of my friends took a trip to Memphis.  Among the three of us I am a Georgia fan, one of the others is an Alabama fan, and the other is a Clampsun fan.  My Bama friend knew some people in Memphis and we ended up going to dinner with about 15 people.  We got stuck at the end of the table with two seemingly normal guys.  As the conversation went on these two normal looking young men identified themselves as Arkansas fans.  At the time Houston Nutt was their Head Coach and one of us made the mistake of saying "Nutt is a pretty good coach."

These two clean cut, normal, seemingly sane young men immediately turned into the worst combination of a smug Alabama fan, unrealistic Clampsun fan, soul-less Georgia Tech fan, and Ignorant Tannercee fan.  These two morons told us that Arkansas is one of the two or three best jobs in the entire country.  They told us that there was absolutely NO REASON why Arkansas should not compete for a National Title every year.....every year....and they should win the National Title far more often than they don't win it.

While foaming at the mouth and clawing his own skin as if he had just smoked a bunch of meth one of them said "Name one reason why we shouldn't compete for a National Title every year".  With a harmony of agreement that you literally never see from a Georgia, Alabama, and Clampsun fan we all said "Because you are Arkansas!"  At various moments through out the entire night one of us would say "Do you think those guys were just joking?", or "Do all Arkansas fans think that way?", or "My God they were more delusional than any Auburn or Sakerlina fan I have ever encountered.", or "Name one reason?   Name one reason?  How about two reasons...Alabama and LSU."  To this day we still laugh about it.  This morning my Clampsun friend called me about the Miles to LSU story.  We decided that we must have been sitting with the University President and AD of Arkansas that night because how in the world does Arkansas think that Les Miles would leave LSU for them.  That would be like McDonalds calling and offering a minimum wage job to the Head Chef at a five star restaurant.  Les Miles turned down his Alma Mater to stay at LSU..........but Arkansas thinks that coaches everywhere lay their heads down at night dreaming of getting that call from Fayetville.  Good call Arkansas I'm sure you won't get embarrassed by this.  Oh, and remember a few years ago when you were looking to replace Nutt mid-season and all the rumors were swirling about your interest in Clampsun's Tummie Bowden.........well I hear he may be available.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Tennessee's Next Head Football Coach....The Odds On Favorites

THIS IS TANNERCEE!

No matter how good a program is and no matter how much the University loves football success the bottom line is that eventually everyone makes a bad hire.  The problem with Tannercee is that they have made two horrible hires in a row.  The Hillbillies have their backs against the wall with this hire.  Make the wrong choice again and it could be a decade before they have any real chance to compete in the SEC.  Needless to say the program will have to give the great toothless fan base a big name so that they can snuggle up with their pigs and rest easy this off season.

1. KIRBY SMART- DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR- ALABAMA
K-Smart's stock is up due to the success of Will Muschamp at Florida so all former Bulldogs who are DCs in the SEC will all work out....right?  The problem with Kirby is he may not be a big enough name for the droves of illiterate Tannercee fans.  Smart would recruit well....but like Dooley he is a bit of an unproven option. ODDS- 5%

2. CHAD MORRIS- OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR- CLAMPSUN
You are probably thinking this guy is at 5% just like Kirby on account of his lack of HC experience.....uhhhhhhh......I think we all know that this guy is the real HC at Clampsun....I mean really......do you think this guy below is allowed to make any real decisions:
Thank You Jesus.... for Big Lots and their vast selection of Clampsun sweat shirts.
The problem that Chad faces is he will most likely get the NC State job offered to him in the next few weeks.  He will then have a decision to make....take the sure thing or wait for Tannercee who may not realize until late March that Jon Gruden is NOT coming there.  ODDS- 10%

3. AL GOLDEN- HEAD COACH- DA U
"Heyyyyyy....whats that there dangly thang-a-ma-jig underneath his chin.....is that like a long turkey gobbler?  No wait is that one of them thare fancy shmancy neck ties?  I though we uhs a hirin a football coach not a preacher"~ Everyone Who Lives In Tennessee.
His HC experience would put him above the coordinators looking at the job but at the bottom end of what will be a number of big names. ODDS- 15%

4. CHARLIE STRONG- HEAD COACH- LOUISVILLE
Someone has NOT been skimping on the up-right rows......tight traps, playah!  Ol'Charlie is always the obligatory black interview and most likely won't get the job.  However, Tannercee should give him more than just a token look.  He is a defensive guru, his stints at South Carolina, Florida, and Louisville means he has deep ties to the recruiting fields all around Knockersville, and he has the HC experience.  ODDS- 15%

5. GARY PATTERSON- HEAD COACH- TCU
Being a Georgia Bulldog fan means that depending on your age, geographic location, and a number of other factors you will hate any one of five programs more than any other.  Some Dawgs hate Georgia Tech, some Florida, some Auburn, some South Carolina......for me personally it is Tannercee.  I loath Tannercee.  I hate everything about them from their craptastic fight song to their ugly uniforms.  So consider yourself to be on blast notice Tannercee.........you want to start a war you go ahead and hire Gary Patterson.  Richt could win a National Title this year and then ride off into the South American missions field sunset........I need GP available you inbred, toothless, outhouse using, hillbillies. ODDS- 15%

6. JAMES FRANKLIN- HEAD COACH- VANDERBILT
It's funny how quickly things can change......the mighty can fall.......a pauper can become a prince.  Two years ago everyone snickered at how Malzahn jilted Vandy and their $3.5 million a year b/c he did not want to get stuck in a no win situation.  Enter James Franklin and now he may have his pick of a number of good jobs and Malzahn will be lucky is Auburn calls and offers him job replacing Trooper.  The once mighty Vols may have to........gasp!.......actually consider hiring a Vandy coach.....and he is....BBBBbbbbbbbblack.....well at least high yellow and that is New Orleans sheik.
ODDS- 15%

7. MIKE GUNDY- HEAD COACH- OKLAHOMA STATE
OH THAT'S RIGHT, JACK!
THE HAIR IS ALL GELLED UP!
THE VISOR IS PULLED DOWN ALL LOW!
THAT BACK DROP IS ALREADY ORANGE, DADDY!
YOU FEELIN' FROGGY WELL THEN JUMP, SON!
YOU THINK I WON'T JUST STROLL INTO MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE AND SLAP JERRY LAWLER IN A FIGURE FOUR LEG LOCK OF DOOM UNTIL HIS LITTLE PRINCESS LEGS SNAP IN HALF?.......YOU BEST TO CHECK THE RESUME, SON!  I BRINGS DA' RUKUS!
YOUR CALL TENNESSEE........BE MEDIOCRE, BE AVERAGE, BE THIRD IN THE EAST, OR JUMP UP ON THIS GUNDY TRAIN BEFORE IT LEAVES THE STATION, WHOO-WHOOT!.....I'LL SEE YOU AT STARCADE, JACK AND YOU BETTER BRING THAT 16 POUNDS OF WORLD'S HEAVY WEIGHT GOLD SO I CAN STRAP IT AROUND MY OH SO CAPABLE WAIST......BELIEVE THAT, BABY!  ODDS- 15% (as a side his odds of winning the WWE Intercontinental Title are about the same).

8. EL DUDERINO HOLGORSEN- HEAD COACH- THE OTHER HILLBILLIES
No culture shock here, son.  Dana comes from West Virginia and as we all know the West Virginia to Kentucky to Tannercee corridor is its own special little slice of hell.  Dana may however-be surprised at all the teeth he sees in Tennessee (14 to be exact.....state-wide).  Plus, you can tell all the other programs to check the bulbs in their scoreboards cause the will be a poppin' when his Dudeness rolls into town. ODDS- 15%

9. HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA...KEEP DREAMING HILLBILLIES

Arkansas' Next Head Football Coach......The Odds On Favorites

I am going to cover Arkansas now and then end this series with Tannercee because I think Arkansas will settle on their man long before the Hillbillies pick their next Redneck-and-Chief.  I think this because I actually believe that Tannercee really believes that Jon Gruden is going to consider taking the Tannercee job. 

1. AL GOLDEN- HEAD COACH- MIAMI
A very dark horse for the Arkansas job.  If Golden wants to jump of the craptastic freight liner that is Miami his first choice would be Tannercee.  I have eight candidates for the Arkansas job and I think that Golden would be at the very bottom of the Razorback's list.  ODDS- 5%

2. CHAD MORRIS- OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR- CLAMPSUN
Chad Morris wouldn't even pack his clothes if Arkansas offered him the job.  Every Klan rally north of Lake Thurmond will be ending with a "Please God don't let Arkansas, Tannercee, or NCState offer Chad a job and leave Dabo with no adult supervision" prayer.  NC State will probably offer him the job before Christmas and he will likely take that job......especially because it is looking more and more like the NC State job will end up being an SEC job within two years.  ODDS- 10%

3. GARY PATTERSON- HEAD COACH- TCU
Until he is plucked from TCU the portly, bombastic, guru of the 4-2-5 will be mentioned for every big time coaching job on the market.  Patterson would know the recruiting landscape like the back of his hand and would bring in the Defense that many in Hawg Nation desire.  The problem is he may demand upwards of $4.5 million and not everyone in Fayetville will see that as a value...because they are stupid.  ODDS- 10%

4. KIRBY SMART- DC- ALABAMA and 5. CHARLIE STRONG- HC- LOUISVILLE



Now....I mention both of these guys because they have a chance of getting the job.  However, I am glazing over them because a) I don't really think they will get the job at Arkansas, and b) I will talk about them in greater detail in the upcoming Tannercee post.  ODDS- 10% each.

6. DANA HOLGORSEN- HEAD COACH- WEST VIRGINIA
Here is exactly how Holgorsen's interview will go:
Arkansas:  Coach thanks so much for coming in on such short notice.  Tell us about your philosophy?
DH:  Sup, Brah?  I heard through the old grapevine that things were less than copacetic here on account of your last Dude couldn't stop dorking some hot chick.  Listen Bruh.....I don't like to get caught up in all that he said she said mumbo-jumbo.  I like to keeps it loosey goosey.....ya' know?  My philosophy can be summed up in these super sweet A's that I'm wearing even though we're inside and it's the winter time.  I don't like to limit myself to the "Man's Box" ya' know what I'm sayin'?  I like to operate on all the planes of reality in and out of the stratosphere....ya' know what I'm sayin'?  It's like yeah.....I didn't fill up my Coke Icee all the way to the top of the bubble lid.....I left it empty so I could hit it with a little Red Bull topper.....so what?  Ya' know what I'm saying?  ODDS- 15%

7. MIKE GUNDY- HEAD COACH- OKLAHOMA STATE
Now where have I seen a really intense guy standing in front of a back drop and talking about nothing but with a lot of intensity and hand gestures with the brim of his hat pulled way down low.........................
Ah....of course.  However, this post just bumped Gundy to the top of the Tannercee list cause THEY LOVE RASSLIN IN TANNERCEE.  ODDS- 15%

8. JAMES FRANKLIN- HEAD COACH- VANDERBILT
Franklin just won seven games at Vandy........that would be like David Duke carring 70% of the black vote in the 2016 Presidential race.  No jokes on this one.....I think Franklin will be the next Big Piggie and I think Arkansas will be very pleased with this decision.  ODDS- 25%

Auburn's Next Football Coach....The Odds On Favorites

That greasy film in the collective mouths of college football is the post-Cam Newton era and not from eating an entire box of Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes.  That coupled with Auburn's apparent lack of patience with it's head coaches......and additionally coupled with Alabama's success.....means that Auburn may not have as many options as they think.

1. BOBBY PETRINO- MOST LIKELY SOME PORN THEATER ON I-95
Like Peanut Butter and Jelly, Ham and Burger, Cereal and Milk, Kool-Aid and Sugar, Mac and Cheese.......some things just go together.  Likewise the sleaziest coach in the world and the sleaziest program in the history of the SEC seem destined for each other.  I have seen lots of Auburn fans talking about how they "would never hire a tainted coach like Petrino!".......Really?  When did Auburn care about anything other than trying to keep up with Alabama?  Let's be honest.....Petrino is the first, last, and to be honest, the best choice for Auburn. ODDS- 100% 

Kentucky's Next Football Coach....The Odds On Favorites

A google image search of "Kentucky Football Logo" will yield the above so let's just say that the first in our four part installment on the impending coaching carousel ain't exactly going to produce a bunch of shiek or exciting names.  With that in mind here are the top contenders to have the following said of them after they are fired in 3 to 5 years...."I mean he just werent no Rich Brooks, ya know what I'm sayin'."


1. SONNY DYKES- HEAD COACH- LOUISIANA TECH
Now there is a 13 out of 14 chance that if you look just like Brad Scott a SEC program will avoid you like the HIV.  However, if you are Kentucky and someone mentions Brad Scott and your head coaching job in the same breath you would say...."You mean we could have Brad Scott-level success......sign me up right now!"  Ol' Sonny Boy has had a little success at LATech and lets just all be honest with ourselves.......LATech is about the only job out there that Kentucky is seen as a step up from.ODDS- 15%

2. KLIFF KINGSBURY- OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR- TEXAS A&M
Not to be too obvious but.....uh.....skraight up out da' box Special K is rockin' an Affliction T-shirt......which means.......Kentucky has more trailer parks than any other state + More people who wear Affliction T-shirts live in trailers than in homes = IMMEDIATE FRONT RUNNER FOR THE JOB!
S&G:  What is it that you like about Kingsbury?
Random Kentucky Fan:  Well I mean he is just so well dressed.....He's got deme dere Affliction shirts with the shiny letters......the ones that a'come from the JCeeee Pannys not the ones from da TeeeJayy Maxx.
ODDS- 15%

3. GARRICK MCGEE- HEAD COACH- UAB
Holy Crap!!!!! This dude looks like a character from an early 90's black TV show.  He was either the building super from Martin, or a professor from A Different World, or guy who only lasted one season on In Living Color.  The sad news for Kentucky is they would be his second choice if Arkansas passes on him....the sad news for McGee is that Arkansas will almost certainly pass on him and the Kentucky job may be off the table leaving him stuck at UAB. ODDS- 20%

4. HOUSTON NUTT- CHILLAXIN UP AT DA' HOUSE.....DOIN' LUNCH AT THE S&S....YOU KNOW....LIVING THE DREAM
Oh I see you rolling your eyes, snickering, skipping down to the bottom to comment on how stupid I am.  You just keep on thinking that the right Rev. Nutt is done.....and then when you least expect it.......the everlasting evangalist is back in the saddle.  You want to hear another truth that you will try and deny....if your a fan of an eastern program this man will get you once or twice when you least expect it.  Also try not to forget that desperate times call for desperate measures. ODDS- 20%

5. WILLIE TAGGART- HEAD COACH- WESTERN KENTUCKY
Wow it looks like we jumped the gun on using the 90's black TV jokes.  Thank God we held back on the Fresh Prince because Willie looks like some dude that Uncle Cliff brought home and tried to force Hillary to go out with....but she wasn't interested and it turns out that he wasn't either and just accepted Cliff's invitation as an excuse to get into the house and make a move on Carlton.  Of course Carlton would be oblivious and would invite him to the pool house to listen to some Tom Jones....then the next thing you know this dude lays one on Carlton tongue and all just as Will Smith walks in, makes a funny face coupled with a squeel, and they cut to commercial.  On a quasi-football related note he is Les Miles choice for Kentucky but only because he is the only human being in the world with a bigger head and thus a bigger hat than Miles.  ODDS- 30%

Monday, November 26, 2012

Teammate of Laremy Tunsil teaches football isn't that important

A catastrophic, fluke injury may have cost a kid his eye.

Yeah, there's nothing in there about the huge OL Georgia is recruiting.  But while visiting family over Thanksgiving, I read the above linked story. It's all about Tunsil's teammate, Braxton Stockton, who suffered some strange, inexplicable injury that may cost the kid his eye.  It's an amazing story, and apparently not the first time he's suffered a crazy injury such as this.  Here's hoping the second opinion in Miami goes well, and the kid can get vision back in his eye.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Auburn Fires Chizik....Has Already Replaced Him.


So......yeah.....it's unofficially official at this point but I mean really.........dirtiest coach in the biz and the dirtiest program in the history of the SEC.................I think we all know how this one will shake out.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Fan apathy sucks: More tickets available for Saturday

I won't dare attend (the last two games against Tech in Sanford I attended were Ls, so no more for me), but the fan apathy over in Atlanta has the Bugs giving back tickets. From Georgiadogs.com....
 
Due to student ticket returns, a limited number of tickets to this Saturday's football game vs. Georgia Tech will go on sale to the general public starting Monday, November 19, at 9:00a.m. and can be purchased while available until 1:00p.m. Wednesday online or by calling the Athletic Association ticket office 1-877-542-1231. Tickets can be picked up when purchased at Butts-Mehre ticket office by Wednesday 4:00p.m. or at the East End Will-Call windows beginning at 10:30a.m. Saturday. Tickets are $45 each with kick-off set for Noon.

24 Hours of Violence and Bloodshed in and Around Dollywood Results in a Regime Change in Knockersville.


Granted your boy has not been posting all that much this season (but that has more to do with non-football related things).  However, today is a double dip from the Rider because there is just so much to talk about.  Now in addition to being MIA for a few months I am also going to make a statement that is the equivalent of sports blog suicide:

I HAVE TO AGREE WITH THE BLEACHER REPORT.

The bleacher report is the worst flaming pile of dog turd in the history of sports blogs but in regards to the BR's take on the best candidate to replace Diddy's Baby Boy...we concur!

BRING BACK THE FAT IN 2013

You wonder why we love Lester so? Just watch

Mark Richt Gets His Shot Despite Another Early Season Loss to the Gamecocks

For a moment that was as fleeting as the aroma of a really bad fart......the SEC was not going to win its seventh consecutive National Title.  Then that all came crashing down in an ugly Chris Fowler tear-soaked instant on Saturday night.  Let's all be honest with ourselves..............Notre Dame will have no chance against Alabama or Georgia. 

This is not 02 nor is it 05 nor is it 07............the football gods have finally shown the Beloved a glimmer of hope.  Richt will have a legitimate shot at placing the Georgia Bulldogs in the seat of power that has managed to elude Georgia, the only SEC champion in the Richtian Era to have the prize denied them.  

The Georgia faithful will find all the reasons why the Dawgs can win.  Everyone else in the world will just look at this and say....."Oh its a big game with the biggest stakes imaginable......oh, Aaron Murray is the QB at Georgia.....oh, Mark Richt is the head coach.....yeah we'll take Bama."

Now the weaker segment of our fan base will say....."You guys hate Richt so much you don't want Georgia to win this game."  Well let me tell you this...the Ol' Boys here at S&G would sell your first born child to win this game and the National Title.  Here is what could potentially happen should Georgia win its next three games:

1. Mike Bobo could get a HC job offer,
2. Our weaker fans and members of the "Powers That Be" could get a tast of winning and then spend the next 50 years chasing that dragon at all costs,
3. Florida could suck it,
4. Sakerlina fans could develop a chain of logic in which they beat Georgia early, then lost Lattimore, and are therefore the National Champions but for about 15 different variables that did not go their way.
5. Tannercee could get shafted by Gruden and Petrino before having to re-hire Fat Phil (ok so that one is going to happen with or without us running the table).
6. Mrs. Sanchez will be treated to Brothah Sanchez's happy, fun, sexy time, tighty whitey, mating dance.

So for the next couple of weeks FOR THE LOVE OF GOD.......
LET'S GET UP OFF OF THAT THANG, SON!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Masochistic behavior: Georgia hoops again tonight on Fox Sports at 8

Yep, after the ugliness of Monday, Georgia men's hoops takes the floor again tonight.  And it will be televised.  So either go to Steg (the attendance Monday is embarrasing), or enjoy shoving spoons in your eyes to distract from the pain of watching us on FSN, tonight at 8.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Basketball game recap


Men's hoops on TV tonight at 7: ESPNU vs. Youngston St

We don't know anything about them you can't read on the georgiadogs.com summary here.  Should be a nice warm up win for the Red and Black, and a way to pass the time until our second game of the season in a couple weeks.

men's hoops, on ESPNU tonight at 7.  And also in Stegeman if you're lucky enough to live close enough to Athens to be there.

Old flames: Richt and Van Gorder, 7 years later

"So, I'm sorry about how we ended things, Mark.  I'd like to come back now; it can be just like old times."
"Sorry, Brian.  I've moved on, and found someone better. Good luck with whoever you hook up with next though.  I hope it turns out better than those last 5 or 6 people you've seen."

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Moving on

Another season, another SEC East title.  This year's East is better than last year, but not a lot (SC and Florida got better, Tennessee and Kentucky worse).  We've got a two game season in terms of quality opposition, but there's nothing we can do about that.  Florida isn't bad, but let's face it, they are not a complete team.

We've got two games to get healthy and fine tuned for Alabama.  Not to overlook Southern and Tech (and the Eagles may well be the more formidable opponent), because both represent difficult matchups and the need defensively are exactly what we were worst at for the better part of the season.  But both of those teams are not on our level talent wise, and should allow Murray and Co. to get on a good scoring roll.

Since Richt can't really motivate the team, the outside motivation of beating Bama should be enough.  We'll see if there's more when the time comes.

A look at the now Trio of undefeateds: Notre Dame, K St, and Oregon's remaining schedules

While it'd be a tough argue to say Notre Dame, Kansas St, or Oregon would beat a 1 loss SEC champ (I don't think any of the 3 would even make Atlanta personally, and might not even finish top 2 in either division), the BCS won't really care about that.  

If they end the season undefeated, they will go to the BCS Title game.  If 2 of the 3 end undefeated, a one loss SEC team will not go in before them.  Whether or not they should is another subject, and this year may play out perfectly for next year's 4 team playoff (isn't that the problem, each year is different, and would be best served by a different style to settle the champ), but let's face facts that those 3 will have "undefeated" and their schedules are good enough to shut an SEC team out of the mix, and we've been lucky the last 6 years that in several of them, the fallout of the final weeks kept an SEC in the mix.  We'll need that luck again if Alabama (or the slim chance of Georgia) are to keep this train rolling.

If undefeated, Kansas St will need to win at Baylor Saturday night (the Bears are 4-5, 1-5 in the Big 12, so yeah, that should happen).  Then comes a week off, followed by a home finale against Texas.  If you've seen the Longhorns, that means Collin Klein gets a great showcase to put up big stats for a Heisman.  (Their resume will also include wins over potential ACC Champ Miami and debatable top 25 teams Oklahoma, West Virginia, Texas Tech and Oklahoma St).

Oregon has to Stanford coming to town next weekend, makes the trip to Corvallis for Oregon St the following week, and either USC or UCLA in the Pac 12 Championship (a winning out UCLA would be their best case scenario).  That's 3 decent chances for a loss, no matter how unstoppable Oregon looks against the rest of their west coast cupcakes.  (This Ducks team didn't face a solid non-conference opponent, so their resume will be Pac 12 teams + opening the first 3 weeks with Arkansas St, Fresno St, and Tennessee Tech.  They have by far the weakest schedule in the trio.)

Notre Dame may actually end up with the best resume of the 3 when all is said and done.  They get Wake Forest, and a trip to LA vs Southern Cal these next two weeks to end the year.  Wake Forest isn't awful, and Southern Cal has more than enough talent to win if Kiffin doesn't lose it.  That it's in the Coliseum makes these games tougher than what K St has left, but much easier than Oregon's.  The Irish finishing undefeated and getting the Wildcats, leaving a #1 in the polls Oregon and 1 loss SEC Champion out should be a possibility.  Look at their schedule, which unlike the Wildcats' or Ducks' doesn't contain a bought win over a patsy.  Their worst wins will be BC, Pitt, and Purdue, with wins against that possible ACC champ of Miami, as well as potential Big 10 Champion Michigan, in addition to decent teams of Michigan St, Stanford, BYU, and of course, Army and Navy.  Southern Cal could still win the Pac 12, or Oklahoma the Big 12, so while you might hear Notre Dame could get left out, don't believe the hype.  If they are one of 2 remaining undefeateds (with Oregon or K St, but not both), they'd have a great opponent's winning percentage, and a schedule with potentially multiple 10 wins teams and BCS conference champs defeated.  It's simply not going to happen for an undefeated Notre Dame to get left out.

So be prepared SEC jihadists, that the SEC will NOT win a national title this year.  You can enjoy watching Notre Dame, or a defensively incompetent conference's champion in Oregon or Kansas St hoist that crystal ball in Miami unless something completely crazy between now and early December.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Auburn may suck this year, but Saturday won't be easy.

They have several Georgia natives who always get fired up for bragging rights when they are back home over the Christmas holidays and summer.

Not to mention,....
“Being realistic, we have nothing to lose,” Auburn defensive end Corey Lemonier told the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer about the Georgia game. “To ruin their dreams would make our season.” 

Monday, November 5, 2012

"You can twiddle the knobs and let me know when it drops."

Oh, what I'd give for Richt to bust out a "hoes" in response to a question about Chiz and the Plainsmeagles this week.


Woo hoo! 2 game season!

Well, 3, but Florida was overrated at #2.  That's not to say they weren't good, but they aren't a complete team with Driskell's inability to pass.

So, South Carolina was a complete team when we played them, and lost.  We'll play one more complete team this year in Bama.  Auburn is tricky, but should be an easy win considering their ineptitude on both sides of the ball.  Same with Tech, and Southern might be the toughest team of the 3.

So we've got one game left.  Alabama.  One game to prove this program is turning a corner.  One game for Murray to shed that "can't play with the big boys" label.  One game.  We've got a month to get through (health wise, which isn't looking good), and mentally.  All you who have been wanting to celebrate since the Cocktail Party might want to calm down until we finally prove we're back.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Steve Spurrier is now a crazy old fool

So, we all know how last summer, he whined with a straight face that SEC game shouldn't count in the SEC standings.  Now, Alabama can beat an NFL team?

Simple math, if Alabama is the most talented team in college football history, it has what 30-35 future NFL players?  Jacksonville has 53, current.  There might be, being generous, 5-8 Alabama players that could start an NFL game this season.  Jacksonville has 22 (24 if you add kickers).

Just shut up Spurrier.  And enjoy your cupcake schedule next year.

(I should add, it's not like we didn't know he had no clue about the NFL, but still; crazy.  old.  fool.)