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Taking a stand

February 4, 2010

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Before I begin this post, I would like to thank Martin Brock, who will be our new Tiger Sports correspondent for the remainder of the semester on the show, for dropping by and talking with us about National Signing Day as well as the Tiger-UAB basketball game. As I stated earlier, Wednesday was National Signing […]

Rick Stockstill is the anti-Lane Kiffin

January 19, 2010

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Sometimes in life, the grass isn’t always greeener on the other side of the fence. Regardless of how good an offer is, sometimes it’s not the best thing for us. That was what happened when Billy Gillispie left Texas A&M, after turning around a program that once went winless in the Big 12 for Kentucky, […]

Rick Stockstill is the anti-Lane Kiffin

January 19, 2010

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Sometimes in life, the grass isn’t always greeener on the other side of the fence. Regardless of how good an offer is, sometimes it’s not the best thing for us. That was what happened when Billy Gillispie left Texas A&M, after turning around a program that once went winless in the Big 12 for Kentucky, […]

Ginger Spice or Caitlyn Donegan he isn't

January 14, 2010

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About 13 years ago, the Spice Girls were at the top of the game in the music world. At the height of their success, Geri Halliwell aka Ginger Spice (and probably the reason why yours truly became attracted to white girls at such a young age) decides to walk away from what was at the […]

History for Alabama

December 12, 2009

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In the history of Alabama football, the Crimson Tide has won 22 SEC Championships, four Southern Confrence championships, and 12 national championships. Greats like Bear Bryant, Gene Stallings, Bill Curry, Frank Thomas, and Wallace Wade have prowled sidelines for the Tide over the years and players like Ken Stabler, Joe Namath, Shaun Alexander, Tyrone Prothro, […]

Brian Kelly's doing what anyone else would do

December 12, 2009

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I posted on the fan page for the show and website today a column that my homie Matt Mowery wrote when we owned the Nasty Boys’ Sports Blog in 2007. Back then, Bobby Petrino ditched out on the Falcons 13 games into the 2007 season, went back to the college ranks to Arkansas and now […]

SEC bowl destinations

December 6, 2009

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It’s already been established that Alabama and Texas will meet for the national¬†championship in Pasadena, but outside of that, where will the other bowl-eligible teams in the SEC go for the holidays? Florida will head to the Sugar Bowl for the first time since 2001 to face Big East champion Cincinnati. The last the Gators […]