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Dawgs on Top!
Art Schlichter's cellmates and Mo Clarett's rugby team believe Ohio State always does things honestly.....
Seldom Seen Dawg
When I was a kid in the 70's, I watched Bear Bryant and Alabama football go 103 -16 - 1. They won 8 SEC Championships and 3 National Championships. I was always a Dawg first but Alabama became my second favorite team.
On September 27th, 2008, I developed a hatred for Nick Saban and Alabama football. Looking back on it, I guess it had more to do with getting our ass beat by a better team than anything Nick Saban did or didn't do.
After reading articles and listening to interviews in the week leading up to the game, I started to understand the mind of the man. Watching his actions and coaching style during the game, I understood a little more about the mind of the man. Watching and listening to him after the game finally won me over........he is a great coach with a burning desire to be the best. His team never quits. In winning he showed the true traits of greatness....... class and humility. His program has become the benchmark for success. He got it there through hard work and tireless effort. I respect that. I no longer hate Nick Saban and Alabama football and wish them all the best.........because they deserve it. With that said, I want Georgia to beat them even more....but for the right reasons.
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
There is no reason not to pull for Bama.
Kids choose the school based on their gut (how well they get along with the coaches and other recruits heading that direction) more than anything. I respect but don't fear Bama in recruiting. They'll get their kids and we'll get ours. And has been said 1,000,000 times, there's plenty of talent in Georgia, Florida for us to field a championship calibre team.
I liked the Irish growing up. I'm Catholic. But there isn't a team (other than Tennessee) that I enjoy seeing get blown up more than the fighting Irish right now.
The Empire Strikes Back Like A GURLEY Man
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