Found December 13, 2012 on
How about this Kirk Herbstreit character. The guy watches so much film that he’s already breaking down the 2102 bowl season. We hear that upstart Northern Illinois is the team to beat and will be facing Alabama, coached by Nick Saban’s grandson.
In 2102, hundreds of Bama fans will have this tattoo.
Finally, who let Chris Jericho on stage with Springsteen?
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