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Old 01-08-2010, 12:08 AM   #91
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Over and done with. Somewhere, Miami Dolphin fans are cursing quietly at Saban's success. LOL.
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Old 01-08-2010, 01:44 AM   #92
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i thought that was pretty tasteless that bama didnt kneel out the game, but kept running the ball at the end. but whatever. unfortunate that we didnt get to see texas at their best tonight.
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Old 01-08-2010, 07:22 AM   #93
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real shame colt got hurt, i have no doubt in my mind if he was in there they would have beat the crap out of satan and the rest of the bamas. bama really looked like crap last night and really one dimentional julio jones was a non factor texas's d is legit, just wish mccoy woulda been in there would have been a great game
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:11 PM   #94
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I was hoping if we DID get a QB, it would be him instead of Bradford or Tebow...but now, who knows about his arm. It seemed serious. Anyone hear the exact injury he suffered?

Wow, rough article about Colt, especially when he was trying to throw the ball on the sidelines.

Agonizing night for Texas QBs - College Football - Rivals.com


I thought Texas would win going into the game, but for a freshman QB to come into that game under those circumstances...an almost impossible task. Gilbert has potential though.
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:20 PM   #95
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Hearing Colt's postgame interview on the field with Lisa Salters when he was on the verge of tears talking about how much he loves the game and how he would have given anything to be out there... ugh. Just gut wrenching. Poor kid.
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Hearing Colt's postgame interview on the field with Lisa Salters when he was on the verge of tears talking about how much he loves the game and how he would have given anything to be out there... ugh. Just gut wrenching. Poor kid.
What a sad way to end a great college career. But props to him for being the first guy on the sideline to cheer on Gilbert and the other teammates, for putting on that headset and taking on the role of sideline QB. He could have really sulked and even just hung out in the locker room but he didn't.


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Old 01-08-2010, 12:58 PM   #97
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What a sad way to end a great college career. But props to him for being the first guy on the sideline to cheer on Gilbert and the other teammates, for putting on that headset and taking on the role of sideline QB. He could have really sulked and even just hung out in the locker room but he didn't.


How do you feel about George Edwards as the new Gators' DC?
I like George Edwards. He did a good job for the Skins as a LB coach (he was one of the only coaches worth a darn on Spurrier's lame staff), and has plenty of experience in college and the pros. Obviously I'd rather have Charlie Strong, but I think this was a good hire by Florida. What do you think?
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Rivals.com College Football - Which conference was most impressive in bowls?
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the big ten and mountain west both impressed me.
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the big ten and mountain west both impressed me.
Me too . Boise St . Utah , BYU and others can play some football . I was very happy to see OSU and the Big Ten beat some damn good teams .
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Me too . Boise St . Utah , BYU and others can play some football . I was very happy to see OSU and the Big Ten beat some damn good teams .
i really wish the mountain west would invite boise st and 2 more teams and have a championship game. that would make them a legit bcs conference, and imo they need to be involved in an auto bid to the bcs.
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Old 01-13-2010, 01:48 PM   #102
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Lane Kiffin is such a little weasel. How does this guy get jobs? Hilarious take from Pat Forde:

At this rate, Lane Kiffin is an 8-5 season at USC away from a $50 million contract to coach Peyton Manning and the Colts.

Seriously, why not? Why wouldn't he just keep rising up the coaching ranks on the basis of nothing much at all? If a 31-year-old with no head-coaching experience can get the Oakland Raiders job, and a guy who got fired from that job after losing 15 of 20 games can get the Tennessee job, and a guy who went 7-6 in a reckless first season in Knoxville can get the USC job is there any rung of the sport to which Kiffin cannot climb?

I mean, what if he actually does something impressive as a coach? Win a conference title and they might just fast-track him into the Hall of Fame.

Paris Hilton has paid more dues than Lane Kiffin.

LOL!!!

Full article here: Lane Kiffin leaves Tennessee Volunteers for USC Trojans - ESPN
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Old 01-13-2010, 02:20 PM   #103
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Maybe Al Davis wasn't so crazy for ripping him?
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Maybe Al Davis wasn't so crazy for ripping him?
Well, that became apparent shortly after he landed the Tennessee job and quickly racked up half a dozen recruiting violations and a public reprimand by Mike Slive (SEC Commish). Lane Kiffin is a shitshow. I almost wish he had stayed at Tennessee so I could watch him burn my most hated rival to the ground.
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Maybe Al Davis wasn't so crazy for ripping him?
Davis is still crazy, mad crazy lol

But yeah, Kiffin is no saint either
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