LOL. That's close.
LOL. That's close.
Saban doesn't look to bad in that pinkish-orange. His comments about being happy where he is reminds me of his comments before leaving Louisiana and S Florida
It's such a shame that in the USA, defending Liberty has become such a heroic deed.
Regardless, here's to hoping it's a good show!
The 2013 Trailer!
Glad you posted this. I was trying to watch the damn thing on my phone, but refused to download the Slingblade app to do it.
Don't you love Vern's heart break?
Vern>"HE'S GOT IT"..
Gary D.> "No, Interception"....
I was surprised to see the 09' Non-Reversal Call on Peterson's INT @ 1:25
i bet when saban gets to texas he will put on his hook 'em cap and hold his first press conference and say, "it would have been different in that game.....if WE woulda had colt mccoy!!!!!"
saban knows "special pressure" when he feels it. saban knows alabama would have fired mack brown two years ago and the g.o.b's here would have poisoned the trees in mack brown's mama's yard by now! RTR(run trees run!)
big thursday night lineup. fun, fun, fun.
i pick bears.
i pick ducks.
Well that was hard...lol
They got Baylor @ -14.5 & Oregon @ -10-11.
I think Stanfords bend don't break Defense looked pretty good against the #1Passing Offense two weeks ago.
I don't think it's enough to beat Oregon, but may be enough to cut their O.production in half. With Stanford scoring an avg. 25 points a game(last 4) I think they're in the same boat as the Sooners. They can slow down their opponent, but still might not have the offensive power to keep up.
Then again, what does that mean? Nothing. Stats can mean NOTHING.
As if last year Duck fans weren't subject to that HARSH REALITY.
Ducks were scoring an average of 69 Points per game for 10 Games straight.
Then....they score just 14 against Stanford to lose the game. A 79.9% Decrease in Scoring OffensIVE Production.
What kind of sense does that make?
I still think Ducks roll, just not sure how/why anyone could be confident.
Last edited by Dustin D; 11-07-2013 at 07:57 AM.