Found November 12, 2012 on
The Belly of the Beast:
Alabama Crimson Tide
Mississippi State Bulldogs
South Carolina Gamecocks
South Carolina 38, Arkansas 20
NO ONE CARES. I like just about everything about Nick Saban. His machine-like focus on the game and preparation for it, his disgust for imperfection and anything that wastes his time, and his lack of concern about what anyone thinks of him.
But, his upcoming verbal assault on the hurry-up/spread offenses, and you know it's coming, will test our one-way relationship. And if he figures out a way in the offseason to stop these offenses, thus sucking some fun out of football, we may not be on speaking terms anymore.
Florida 27, Louisiana-Lafayette 20
It's a shame Texas A&M doesn't get to play Florida again just for the shots of Will Muschamp rupturing blood vessels when his defense gets flagged for too many men on the field or has to use a timeout to prevent a penalty. But it's also probably for the best because Florida football does not need to appear on TV for a long time.
Muschamp's team has achieved what I...
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Nick Saban puts Alabama's past two games in the same category. He doesn't mean it as a compliment.
The fourth-ranked Crimson Tide lost for the first time against No. 9 Texas A&M a week after barely beating No. 8 LSU.
Saban says Alabama didn't play well as a team in either game. Saban called it ''a Bluegrass Miracle phenomenon.'' That reference is...
Johnny “Football” Manziel (6-1 200 Fr) led the Texas A&M Aggies (8-2) to an improbable 29-24 victory over the number one ranked Alabama Crimson Tide (9-1). The performance by Manziel on Saturday and his cumulative stats for the season will vault him into the upper echelon of the Heisman Trophy discussion. The Aggies should also jump up considerably in the week 12 BCS Standings...
Now, it's out of Alabama's hands.
The fourth-ranked Crimson Tide has not only lost that aura of invincibility that seemed to surround Nick Saban's team through eight games and the final two minutes against LSU, but lost control of its fate in the national title derby. No. 9 Texas A&M made sure of that with Johnny Manziel's dazzling performance and a goal line...
During his weekly Monday press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban discussed how his team will regroup after loss to Texas A&M, AJ McCarron's performance over the last two games and more...
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama coach Nick Saban calls it "the Bluegrass Miracle phenomenon."
The fourth-ranked Crimson Tide plays poorly in one game but survives a desperation scenario and so no warning bells go off on the team that there might be problems.
"The last two games, I'd put both those in the same category," Saban said on Monday. "We didn...
Don’t look now but the SEC might be getting ready to go through another transition of sorts. With Texas A&M winning a shocker in Tuscaloosa and Oregon standing on the cusp of playing for a BCS Championship–yet again–is the SEC ready to make a few adjustments as well? Could the old guard be willing to admit that, perhaps, defense doesn’t always win championships? Well...
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was "magical" as Alabama coach Nick Saban called him, leading his team to a 29-24 victory over the top-ranked Crimson Tide Saturday night in Tuscaloosa.
Now it's out of Alabama's hands.
The fourth-ranked Crimson Tide have not only lost that aura of invincibility that seemed to surround Nick Saban's team through eight games and the final two minutes against LSU, but surrendered control of their fate in the national title derby. No. 9 Texas A&M made sure of that with Johnny Manziel's dazzling performance and a...
I know this is going to be a little bit raw for all my friends who are Alabama fans, so feel free to discontinue reading this post if the memory is still a little too fresh in your mind.I'll start off this post by saying that all along, I've thought it's been ridiculous how elitest the SEC has been about the entrance of Texas A&M and Missouri this season, calling...
Every football coach at The University of Alabama is measured against the colossal record achieved by Paul W. Bryant. Nick Saban has been on a mission to elevate the Crimson Tide to championship heights ever since he was hired in January 2007.