...that it was a day later, so we'd be that much closer to Friday. I'm tired of working. But, I guess so is everyone.
I'm going to go back and watch the A-Day game again tonight. Probably keep stats on the game. Keep myself interested in what's happening. You should see the notebooks my dad has. He has a notebook from every season for the past 20+ years. He's been keeping stats on games for as long as I can remember. It keeps him calm during the games...well, as calm as a rabid Bama fan can be. Haha.
Ian tackles the idea of why Alabama hasn't had any first-rounders for the past 8 years (make it 9, counting this year), and who might be the person to break that streak.
I didn't even realize this, but the Alabama softball team is in a position to possibly go 26-2 in the conference, and still not get the championship. Kinda crazy, right? We gotta cheer for Florida to get beat at least one game so we can share the crown, or lose two and us win all of ours to hold it outright. Read more here.
Andrew Bone chimes in with an update on recruits that were at A-Day. Read up on all the good things the kids said here.
Paul Finebaum has a pretty good article about how Auburn's streak of 6 wins over Alabama lacks the aura of domination. Every game has been close (or at least appeared that way), and it's always seemed that the Tide beats themselves, as opposed to Auburn just whipping them. Read up on it here. Definitely makes a lot of sense when you consider how "good" Auburn has been lately, and how "bad" Bama's been.
Any idea of Alabama parading a live elephant around the field before a football game has officially been put to bed, thanks to Ralphie trampling a CU trainer before the spring game last week. Watch the image below...