UAB_DAWG

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  1. Spurrier strikes again After Sunday's game, Spurrier compared the crowd at the stadium to "Rocky Top" -- Tennessee's Neyland Stadium. "It was as loud as Rocky Top to tell you the truth," said Spurrier in his postgame interview. The only problem is, the crowd at Sunday's game in San Antonio was short of 30,000 fans -- a good number for an Alliance game. Link
  2. Yeah I'm not buying it. Sounds like now that the lawyer got what he wants he's trying to backtrack and smooth things over. Probably knowing full well that the full story will never be disclosed.
  3. Weren't you making similar claims about your buddies watching Fields and Fromm at practice tho? Seemed like you were essentially claiming what they said as fact even though you weren't there. I think it's about the same as what @youngbloodz is saying here.
  4. You've been watching too much law and order. Either believe him or don't. I, for one, believe him. I know Kirby's not a saint.
  5. I'm slowly moving towards giving the players more freedom to transfer but to act like they get no benefit from their time in college is a joke. Kids get world class training and preparation at these schools for free. Without the schools how many kids would be able to join an elite training facility and pay for a program that would prepare them for the league? Without that training and prep kids wouldn't be able to make the NFL. Many of these kids would have to take out massive loans to pay for that training and then what happens to the ones that don't make the league. What do they have to fall back on?
  6. Hes an immature kid that got a lot of bad advise from people in authority in his life that were supposed to be teaching him to be a man and failed. He’s a kid that just wants to play football next year and it doesn’t appear anyone has bothered to teach him there’s more to life than that and himself. He was offered a way to continue that mentally and took advantage of it. The kid made a series of bad decisions starting with choosing UGA but kids do that, especially those with poor adult leadership. Anyone that expected anything else was fooling themselves. In light of that I don’t hold a grudge against him.And it seems like he walked into another situation where adults will continue to enable him. He’s somebody else’s problem now. i do hope that getting away from his comfort zone at home will force him to grow up but that doesn’t seem likely at OSU. The more info that comes out continues to show our coaches handled this the right way and that matters to me more than anything else at this point.
  7. LOL I really don’t care. He’s not on the team anymore so outside of JF and OSU playing UGA his career, I don’t care whether he succeeds or not. Nice redirect tho.
  8. Nobody is forcing you to care or comment.
  9. I think Holloman is going to have a great year as well. And hoping DRob can step up. If we can get big production from those two and Blalock I think we’ll have something special. Whoever steps up to compliment Swift will be huge as well.
  10. I wish Justin nothing but the best in his future baseball career. I wish I could say I'm surprised by this ruling but I knew from the moment the rumor started that the NCAA would wet themselves over this. The only thing more ridiculous than the ruling is Day acting like they waited until Justin entered the transfer portal to reach out.
  11. Glad to get Pickens. Was not expecting much today so this was a welcomed surprise. Hopefully he qualifies. His skill set will fit great into our offense.
  12. Lol yea the more this builds up the harder they will come crashing down to earth
  13. I hate the saints but this is hilarious. They should run with it and see how far it can go.
  14. More fuel for the recruiting fire. Georgia and LSU are tied for the lead in consecutive years with a player appearing on a Super Bowl roster at 18 years. Link
  15. Hope it works out. We really missed having a full back when we ran from under center this year.
  16. Think of keto as a more refined Adkins diet. Adkins just primarily gets you to cut carbs. Keto doors it with a more structured approach by nailing down your macros. And keto puts more emphasis on healthy fats. I've done both very successful and for long durations. Killing carbs is the key for me. But carbs are so intertwined with the American diet it's difficult to remain social. Especially around holidays.
  17. Keto is the best. I love the foods I can eat and I don't have to give up alcohol The down side is you can't cheat. Once you cycle off its so hard to get back on. At least for me. But the weight loss and the energy levels I get are great. Been off for about 6 months. Being married makes it more challenging since my wife doesn't do it. So I cycle on and off for a couple months at a time just to keep my weight in check.
  18. That's impressive even if it was at Bama.
  19. Not always worth it. I would have finished my engineering degree in 3.5 years if I didn't have a two semester senior design project. Bringing in a lot of classes means you step onto campus taking the harder degree related classes. You also don't get the GPA boost from some of those entry level classes. If your daughter is fortunate enough to be on scholarship I'd at least consider not using some of the college credits from high school. That can help with Grad School admissions in the future. My brother took even more credits into college than I did since the high school was paying for the AP tests at the time. Almost cost him grad school admission. As Porter said below, dual enrollment is a great option.
  20. How do bowl game gifts relate to transfers and NFL careers?
  21. Didn't Dean just ball out at his all-star game too? I didn't watch but I remember reading he was completely unblockable at least early in the game.
  22. The silence is pretty frustrating as a fan but I've got mad respect for how Kirby is handling the staff search for defensive coaches. He's making connects and doing his due diligence. I hope he gave the same care to the offensive side with Coley. I also like promoting from within when appropriate. It makes it easier to get a kid to buy into the program when even if a coach leaves, the philosophies will stay the same so a kid doesn't have to worry about being pushed to the side if their skill set doesn't fit a new coordinator or coach.
  23. I would love to have Raymond for his DB coaching alone. But to have the opportunity to potentially get some of those top Louisiana recruits that seem so hard for anybody to land would be Yuge!
  24. Abita is my favorite brewery. Andygator for the win!!