Wednesday, June 06, 2007  
400th POST!!!! ...on HUMP DAY!
YAY! We hit 400 posts today. That's pretty freakin cool. Started in October of last year, right after the Alabama / Florida game, we have now become one of the bigger Bama blogs on the net, so thank you to everyone that checks in every morning! Hopefully you'll continue to read my crazy opinions and my news updates, cause I think I'm going to be doing this for a looong while. :-)

Days 'til Season Kickoff: 87

The Clanton Advertiser chimes in to do a little bashing on Mark Gottfried. Gottfried had a prime chance to hire a premiere assistant coach to give the fans a little hope, and add a little bit of momentum to the upcoming season, but, as the article states, Gottfried failed miserably at that. Kobie Baker may be good, but the fans didn't want to see somebody from within the organization coming in to fill the role. Gottfried's seat may have just gotten a little bit hotter.

The Sand Mountain reporter is starting a series previewing the the upcoming football season.

Read up on Bama day in Dothan this year. Looks to be a pretty good event, with Joe Kines and Barry Krauss speaking.

Scarbinsky tells us why you see more flip flops now than you used to: agents do the talking for the coaches. That's why you've seen Rich Rodriguez, Dana Altman, and Billy Donovan all flip flop in the past 6 months.


THE DENNIS FRANCHIONE ERA


#11: Auburn 17 Alabama 7 Nov. 23rd, 2002 in Tuscaloosa, AL

This was the first day that I heard anything about the rumors of Coach Fran going to Texas A&M, and I actually started to believe it after watching this team play. They were atrocious this game.

There was no gameplan. The team looked like they hadn't even practiced that week. They just took the game like "hey, we're better this year, so we're going to win." Coach Fran looked like he was in another world for most of the game, and Auburn, again, won in Tuscaloosa.

Ronnie Brown and Cadillac were both out with injuries, and we still let their running back get over 100 yards. Tre Smith ran for 125 yards. Pitiful.

It was just another example of a team unprepared to play. Looked pretty normal for the past decade.
 

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