The Bama Bloggerpalooza is happening again this year. I talked to Nico over at RollBamaRoll.com and we're going to start setting it up, so if you're a blogger and you're interested in the festivities, spot either myself or Nico or Todd an e-mail, and we'll be sure to get the ball rolling.
Aside from that, it's another normal ass Friday. I'm going to see Streetside Symphony tonight at the hi-tone, and I'm gonna start working on my tattoo sometime over the next couple of weeks. I think you guys will dig it.
We're working on playing at the Legacy on Saturday, April 12th after the game, so if you're down for that and would like to see us play, hit up Coleman (at) legacyonthestrip (dot) com. Or you can just myspace them - myspace.com/thelegacyonthestrip.
Bobby Knight is going to be a studio analyst for ESPN starting on March 12th. This has the potential to be something incredibly funny. Can you imagine Doug Gottlieb or one of those other hacks trying to disagree with Knight on live television? I mean, this has got to be one of the greatest moves ESPN has ever made. I'm enthralled with the idea. Read more here.
June Jones don't play no games. Justin Willis, the team's starting quarterback for the last two season, has been suspended for all of spring practice due to rules violations. I guess he learned real quick that this ain't coach Bennett. No offense, Phil.
LSU is disputing the reports that Perrilloux would be out for all of spring practice. I coulda sworn that's what Miles said in his press conference...but I guess he may have just said "indefinitely." For now, they don't have a date for when he'll return. Read more here.
You want something to laugh at today, go over to CBSsportsline.com and read Gregg Doyel's article about how Darren McFadden can release all the sperm he wants to, and it shouldn't matter to NFL teams. Hahahahaha. Awesome choice of words through the entire read.
Oh yeah...and just so you know, the Alan Jackson Gridiron Bash thing is true. Alan Jackson will be playing in Bryant Denny Stadium the night before the A-Day game - April 11th - and tickets will be $56 for field level, and $39 for others. I guess it'd be cool to see a show in Bryant-Denny, but I just can't stand new country music. If it was Hank Jr or something, then maybe. But not Alan Jackson.
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Of all "new" country - Alan's about as old school as you can get. True - he ain't a hell raiser, but to say he's not country is absurd. By the way, I only like old country myself. # posted by JC : 4:15 AM
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