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In the BCS Standings they are No.2 and No.3. But for most observers, this is the national championship game.
Not since Florida and Alabama were 1 and 2 heading into the first week of December has an SEC Championship Game been as big. Either team, Alabama or Georgia, will be favored over Notre Dame.
But unlike previous SEC Championships, the Bulldogs and Crimson Tide are more than two closely matched teams near the top of the national rankings: They are virtual mirror-images of each other.
Both play 3-4 defenses that throw a lot of different looks at opposing quarterbacks; both have pro-style quarterbacks that are among the best in the nation in pass efficiency; and they both have a tandem of running backs with bruising power and breakaway speed.
I think passing efficiency sums it all up, Nick Saban said early in the week when asked about the two quarterbacks. These two guys have done it as well as anybody in our league, maybe as well as anybody in the country.
Saban was also c...
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There’s no telling what kind of sh*t is going to be slung at Nick Saban this weekend, considering that the Crimson Tide are playing Georgia in Georgia. No matter what happens though we’re...
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The Alabama fan who teabagged a drunken LSU fan after the 2012 BCS Championship game has been sentenced to two years in prison.
What a week 13. Congratulations are in order for John Mitchell, who had the first perfect week of the year. Seth Doege’s unlikely interception-filled performance, worsened by some unfortunate tipped balls, spoiled my bid at a one-loss week, and with the season’s final set of games approaching we’re all vying for that .500 mark:
Zach Bigalke: 54-58-2 (3-6)
Georgia State head coach Bill Curry coached his last game on November 10, 2012 in a drubbing 51-7 loss to Maine. The final score of his final game does not necessarily represent the final impact of Curry's coaching and football career. Curry took the job at Georgia State 12 years after his last time as a head coach at Kentucky in 1996. He was also previously the head coach at...
As Alabama and Georgia prepare for Saturday’s Southeastern Conference Championship Game in Atlanta, for some reason, much more has been made of Alabama’s one loss than has been made of Georgia being beaten once this season. In fact, there has been more talk about the Crimson Tide’s one loss in 2011 than about the defeat suffered by the Bulldogs.
Once upon the April mid, A-Day football on irons grid,
With McCarron, Yeldon, and Bell starring, K.M. swore
This team would be champing, suddenly there came a tapping,
As of some ghosts gently rapping, rapping at the title’s door.
‘Stupid Echoes, that,’ I muttered, ‘yerning for that Irish ***** -
Only this, and nothing more.’
Who amoung us can remember the last Irish team...
Alabama followers include a large number of fans who are Crimson Tide basketball fans, but it is not likely that many will see the end of the Bama game against Cincinnati on Saturday. The battle of unbeatens in the Big East-Southeastern Conference Challenge has an unfortunate tipoff time.
The Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia is undergoing preparations for the SEC Championship Game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs. It was used last night for Thursday Night Football between the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. It appears that Alabama’s locker room got the Nick Saban treatment. There is a giant picture of him and a huge Alabama Crimson Tide...
The SEC Championship game will give one team a birth in the BCS Championship game against Notre Dame. Will it be Alabama seeking its second consecutive title or will Georgia find a way to punch its ticket to the big dance. The game which will be played in the Georgia Dome is scheduled for a 4 p.m. EST kickoff and can be seen on CBS.
Ranked No. 2 and No. 3, Alabama and Georgia both...
At the beginning of the week, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said they'd "revisit" the decision to play Chris Black who had surgery on his shoulder in August and has just recently been medically cleared for contact. Black wants to play and his family supports the decision, so will we see him on the field in the Georgia Dome Saturday?
Alabama's Nick Saban and Georgia's Mark Richt spoke to reporters Friday afternoon before the SEC Championship game Saturday. Afterwards, the Crimson Tide took to the field for a short practice.