Discussion in 'Sports' started by hatvol96, Sep 4, 2016.
I hope your piece of shit ass had to watch each and every moment tonight. Fight On, *******.
If Sark goes to Bama and does fine, how will it reflect on that program? They've been junk despite recruiting as well as anyone.
Was a pleasure to watch them get their asses kicked
I never enjoy Bama rolling.
absolutely. I like them having Kiffin, because he is going to find a way to outsmart himself and forget where his bread is buttered sometime over the course of the season.
Given their offensive numbers under his charge, they like having him.
I doubt they mind him being there but they have won without him.
They also like him so much they are bringing in drunk Sark to help out.
Yeah, it can't be due to the fact they want to have Lane's replacement already in house when he moves on.
Except in the playoffs against Oh St when he had way more talent. 50/50 in that scenario absolutely blows.
We finally agree on something.
Could be. Guess we will see.
They will roll nine the less. And if they do let it be vs the left coast USC.
Who out there is winning national titles at better than a 50-50 clip? Also, how many points did Alabama score in that game? How many yards did Kirby Stupid's defense give up to Ohio State's offense?
Saban, because he stopped that crap after the first loss. The next one Kiffin gets to without him will be ... Never mind, he isn't.
Saban is winning national titles at a greater than 50% clip? Also, Kiffin has never been involved with losing a postseason game to the football equivalent of Lehigh. See, now I get it. One game snapshots are fun.
Pete Carroll says hello.
Which team had the higher drafted running back out of that game? Which NFL team is Blake Sims starting for this week?
Of course he does. That's why he made Kiffin the backup to Sark, who was a drunk. Neither mattered.
Which even the administrators who hate Kiffin at USC will tell you is bullshit. Kiffin backed up nobody then and won't now. Funny that the one common element in the two most dominant runs in college football since the end of the Miami Era is a guy who apparently isn't any good at what he does.
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