Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by RayGator, Dec 26, 2018.
I'm just arguing that a weak schedule clearly didn't mean anything for Clemson.
Dabo just describe Santa Clara as “where were ever we are in California “
Hopefully they all have plenty of ‘raincoats’, otherwise they’ll be a bunch of new little Trevor’s scooting around later in the year.
Agree, the crystal ball was a better looking trophy
Kid was destined to fail. That's what Saban gets for screwing over Hurts. His experience would have been better in this game.
So who's waiting on the Saban press conference? lol
Accurate. Pretty terrible climate and place compared to south Carolina.
Busy night for Repo-men in Tuscaloosa.
Tua wasn’t bad at all. He was elite today like TL but he played well. What hurt Bama was the coaching staff.
They lost confidence in their kicker and then they started wigging out. Went for that crazy zero chance fake FG. Then their DB broke his ankle on that TD, and it snowballed.
An empty Coke bottle facing sideways on the podium.
It has not been a good night for Bama OC Mike Locksley. That's consecutive drives deep in Clemson territory where they threw on third-and-medium in obvious two-down territory instead of running. Then they got hung out to dry on fourth, with the fake punt and that scramble. Just how prepared was he really for the biggest game?
Man I was rooting for Bama to win again to help us with recruiting like it did with leatherwood, mack Wilson, Sanders, bogle etc etc
Respect for the SEC has indeed helped the perception of our team as you say, but Bama continuing to dominate also has negative impact in recruiting and also the balance of power in the SEC. As stated earlier in this thread, a balanced SEC is ultimately stronger than an SEC dominated by one team. I’m totally fine with this pantsing of Saban and mighty Bama tonite. Our Gators keep winning and we’ll be just fine.
What does Butch do other than wash Saban's car?