Almost there. Been working all week for this one. Gotta take care of business.
I hate sarcastic assholes. Here's one more reason to get fired up for Saturday.
Didn't get to post Faimon's Bonehead Call of the Week yesterday, but it's here for today. Check out Pelican State Sports for my call.
The Vols implosion continued this week with another bonehead play. The struggles of the Clawfense are well known, but there is no excuse for giving the ball to Arian Foster in a situation where a turnover could hurt. He has shown little more than the ability to fumble at inopportune times, which of course he did here, providing the Tigers/War Eagles/Plainsmen with the points they needed for the victory. It might seem that a straight lead handoff might be the safest play when one is backed up to one's own goalline, and that is true. However, any fan who was watching the game knew that something terrible was about to happen for the Vols, and it did. The only ones less surprised to see the ball on the ground were the Auburn defenders, who promptly jumped on it and celebrated. Tennessee had better improve and it better be dramatic, because right now Fulmer looks like Steinbeck's Lennie having the theory of relativity explained to him, and the rest of the team just looks inept and disinterested.
Eli Gold says that Nick Saban is the most focused man he has ever seen in his entire life. Read more here.
The Bleacher Report has a fun article about that 2nd year magic, and goes on to detail coaches who have won National Championships in their 2nd year recently.
Coach Saban will be on SportsCenter on Sunday. Not sure what time. Ask Ian. He seems to know. Haha.
Gas prices ain't keepin us down, yo. :-) Just ask Georgia. Haha. Read more here.