I think that "SEC Fatigue" might be setting in amongst voters outside the southern states also..any chance to get a team like OK State in they might take it.
Jack passed away today.
Interesting read, whether factual I cannot say. http://www.tomahawknation.com/2013/12/5/5177808/jameis-winston-police-report-charges-announcement
Iron Bowl II? Not likely. More likely would be FSU/Alabama. FSU wins. OSU loses. Mizzou beats AU. Alabama jumps OSU and AU and gets the title game. This of course would make a complete mockery out of the SEC Championship game, if you took a "third place" SEC team over a 12-1 SEC Champ, but it would be very possible to happen.
To get an Iron Bowl II, OSU must lose, FSU must lose and Winston gets arrested and AU beats Mizzou. I just don't see FSU losing with or without Winston.
JG, read Ned's article, he gives good information. Have noticed UTC is supposedly looking at JUCO LB out of California, Gervell Morgan, who played hs ball at Signal Mountain. Any of you local pigskin experts have any thoughts on him? Given, he played hs ball two years ago.
UT recruting? as in UTK? Don't know nor care much.
Now we really are interested in how UTC is doing out there locking up some stud recruits. What is everybody hearing?
I take this to mean they will not be charging Winston. If you were going to, you would go ahead and arrest and not have a press conference before doing it.
With regard to the BCS maybe getting one right...remember, even a blind squirrel occasionally finds an acorn.
Chas9, it wasn't "on time" for the UFL team, it was a day ahead of time. They were flying on Sunday, game was on Monday night. WOuld they have done the same for the FAMU team? I suspect not.
Astropig, great name by the way. Living down here in Alabama I happened to catch a radio show after the Auburn season with Cam Newton when it was announced that Gus was leaving the program. This analyst, can't remember who it was, was adamant that Auburn should have let Chizik go after his title winning season and hired Gus. He said that Gus was the real architect of the team and they would rue the day Gus left. Seems like he was right. Wish I remember who he was, the analyst.