Ahhh yes. What a wonderful day to eat turkey and spend some time watching football and being lazy with the family. Two absolutely dreadful NFL games on today, but alas, it doesn't matter. Still fun to sit around and do nothing.
Tomorrow is the 2009 edition of the Iron Bowl. I am beyond ecstatic. I get off work at noon, and I'll be headed home to hopefully eat some smoked ribs, etc. Good times, of course.
Mark Ingram has a chance to break Bobby Humphrey's single season rushing record, which is pretty astounding if you ask me because we have 2 running backs that get to carry the rock quite a bit. If we didn't have Trent Richardson back there, how many yards would Ingram have this year? Just tack on whatever Trent's got and we'll call it even. Pretty incredible, right?
I'm not a big fan of Auburn's trash talking. I think it's gonna come back to haunt them.
There's nothing I would enjoy more than watching the Tide absolutely destroy the Tigers in Jordan-Hare. It was more fun than I could imagine back in 2001, and it'll be equally as fun this go-round because of what happens next week. No celebration needed - just go take care of business.
Hope you guys are having a great Thanksgiving! Talk to you tomorrow before the game!
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Hello, Memphistider: I always enjoy reading your comments. Have always found them to be very thoughtful, knowledgeable, and insightful regarding Bama's football game. Words cannot begin to describe how worried I am over the Auburn-Bama Iron Bowl game tomorrow. In fact, I have my Bama candle already lighted, plus tons of prayers ready to go tomorrow. I love Bama so much that I can hardly stand to watch the games! Here is wishing with all of my heart that we will beat Auburn, Florida, and go on to win the National Championship. Roll Tide! Vern. # posted by Shenandoah : 7:22 PM
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