Greg McElroy says he will return EA Sports check if video game returns

There is no question that people all around the country miss the old EA Sports “NCAA Football” video game franchise. A game has not been released since 2013 because of the Ed O’Bannon case and it looks like former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy really wants to see the game return. EA Sports just reached a settlement with the athletes that claimed their likeness was used in...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Former Alabama QB says Newton 'quit on his team' during Super Bowl 50

Former Alabama signal-caller Greg McElroy faced Cam Newton once on the collegiate level. Newton's Auburn Tigers upended the Crimson Tide by a score of 28-27. Down 24 points early, Newton engineered a wonderful comeback against the fierce in-state rival.While McElroy never got the chance to defeat Newton on the field, he's certainly taking some shots at him off the gridiron. McElroy...
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February 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Greg McElroy says Tim Tebow smells like Protein and Bicep Curls

If you ever wanted to know what Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow smells like, we now have an answer to that, courtesy of Greg McElroy – protein and bicep curls. McElroy sat down with the folks on Reddit’s college football subreddit for an AMA this afternoon. One admittedly non-serious question posed to the former Alabama quarterback was what Tebow smells liked. “Tebow smells...
Via The Comeback
December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

D’haquille Williams named the SEC’s best WR for 2015

Crimson Tide alum and former quarterback for Nick Saban’s 2009 and 2010 squads that featured Julio Jones and Mark Ingram, Greg McElroy of the SEC Network proposed a questionable list of his receivers-to-watch for the upcoming college football season. Once sitting alongside main host, Dari Nowkhah, of last year’s SEC Now program, McElroy situated Auburn’s D’haquille Williams...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Greg McElroy will replace Tim Tebow on SEC Nation

When Tim Tebow signed with ESPN before the 2014 college football season, he always claimed it was temporary until he was picked up by an NFL team.  Not too many people thought it would actually happen, but it did thanks to Chip Kelly, and ESPN was happy to let him go so they could spend every waking moment of the day talking about him again.  (Which is the weirdest thing ever because...
Via Awful Announcing
August 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Spurrier Even Jabbed SEC Network Analyst, Ex-’Bama QB Greg McElroy Today

Steve Spurrier was predictably on a roll at SEC Media Days today. From his trolling of Arkansas and Tennessee, to quipping about retirement, the Head Ball Coach put on a show as expected. Not even former Alabama quarterback and current SEC Network analyst Greg McElroy was spared from Spurrier’s sharp tongue.  First thing Coach Spurrier said to me today, “Hey Mac… we were...
Via College Spun
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Former McElwain WR: “Florida Is About To Get Really Good REALLY FAST”

Thursday morning, the Florida Gators officially hired their next head coach, poaching Jim McElwain from Colorado State. The (now) former Rams coach spent three seasons in Fort Collins, leading the program to 10 wins this past season. Previously, he spent four years as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Alabama. Upon hearing the news, a few former Crimson Tide players...
Via College Spun
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

“Pawwwwwlll!” Looking at the live Finebaum Film Room during the Iron Bowl

Last Saturday as ESPN was airing the Iron Bowl, SEC Network had Paul Finebaum host a live call-in show dubbed “Finebaum Film Room: Iron Bowl Live.” Joined by analysts Marcus Spears, Greg McElroy, Cole Cubelic and Booger McFarland, the panel not only took live calls from rabid Alabama and Auburn fans, the crew analyzed plays as they happened. In fact, the crew was so good, it...
Via Awful Announcing
December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Greg McElroy Praises Simplicity Of Auburn’s Offense, Explains How He Thinks Nick Saban Will Prepare This Year

Photo via @GVMcElroy When Auburn faced Alabama last season, the Tigers’ offense shredded the Crimson Tide defense for 296 rushing yards en route to a 34-28 Auburn victory. It was the most rushing yards allowed by Alabama in 2013, and helped cement Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn’s reputation as one of the best offensive minds in America.  In a radio interview yesterday, former...
Via College Spun
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Alabama Quarterback Greg McElroy Says Auburn Is The Favorite In The SEC This Season

Greg McElroy is new to the media life. The former Alabama quarterback retired from a short three-year NFL career in March and was then signed as an analyst for the new SEC Network about a week later. It appears that the former national champion already has the unbiased aspect of journalism down well, though.  Greg McElroy taps Auburn as SEC favorite #collegefootball
Via College Spun
April 22, 2014  |  Discuss

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