Yes, I will be watching the Alabama / Auburn game. From the comfy confines of my living room, with the remote control in my hand, just incase the game gets out of control.
If you want to purchase tickets to the Iron Bowl, you can find some REALLY good seats at TickCo.com. Just check out their Alabama section, and if you're a barner over here to poke fun, you can get tickets in the Auburn section.
Boos were very common on Saturday. Luckily, we don't have anyone on the team that took it personally. Mike McCoy said it best. "You can help them stop booing. You can make plays and score points. We didn't do that."
Christopher Walsh's first-and-10 this week tells all about everything that went wrong in this game, from the two interceptions, to the botched punt return, to the fumble in the redzone, to being stopped on third and fourth-and-short in the red zone late in the game.
You wanna find a way to forget about the loss? How about beating Auburn. We figured this was a 7-win football team, so how about we get that 7th win. Remarkably, if we beat Auburn, we could end up at 7-5, along with 4 other teams from the SEC West, and Kentucky. So as of Saturday we could end up anywhere from the Outback bowl to the Cotton Bowl to the Texas Bowl or the Armed Forces Bowl. Or maybe just staying at home. The bowl projections have definitely been weird this year.
Ole Miss Chancellor Robert Kayhat should probably be fired along with the head coach, Ed Orgeron, and that idiot AD Pete Boone. Apparently, the boosters are wanting Orgeron gone and are privately threatening to withdraw their athletic donations until he's ousted. Sounds like times are peachy in Oxford. Hell, after "O" put in Adams at the 10-yard line, after Schaeffer drove them down the field, I would have wanted him fired too.
As much as I hate him, Scarbinsky has a good point about how Saban turns things around against big-time opponents whenever he loses games he's not supposed to, and how this could be just what he needed for a victory at Auburn. Read more here.
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