Tyvis Powell and Darron Lee, who have become Twitter sensations, spent Thursday taking shots at former foes.
Classy winners, of course. Ohio State has rapidly moved up into Notre Dame, FSU-levels of odium.
Both Alabama, Auburn players land punches in first half of game.
Alabama won the game on a blocked last-second shot, but prior to that didn't mind dropping the gloves, so to speak.
“We are thrilled to have Coach Enos joining us in Fayetteville,” said Bielema. “Dan is a great fit for our program. He runs a pro-style offense and brings expertise at the quarterback position as both a player and coach.
Notably absent in Enos' vanilla career is his track record as a recruiter. For such a high-profile hire, I expected a bigger name with more 'crootin' teeth. Also, what does it say that Enos leaves as head coach of the Chippewas to be an SEC coordinator?
“You have a choice to overthink it, or just move forward, and we’re moving forward,” Duckworth said. “We’re a great beam team, and we will be a great beam team, and I expect to see excellence this weekend.”
In the gym world it doesn't get much bigger than this one. A few tickets still remain for tonight's 6:30 meet. Military folks can get in free with their ID and their guests are $3 with the "GYMMIL" redemption code -- even valid at the door.
Ah, the offseason. Where every team is slated to win the national championship, every coach will win Coach of the Year and every quarterback is a stone-cold, lead-pipe lock to win the Heisman Trophy...
Fine, it's a listicle. That said, there is far too much quality depth on the Tide QB roster, as well as early-enrollee Blake Barnett, to simply appoint Mr. Coker as the starter. Anyone remember what Lane Kiffin did at USC with a true freshman named Cody Kessler?
University of Alabama senior Remona Burchell, reigning women's NCAA indoor 60-meter and outdoor 100-meter national champion and Bowerman Watch List member, is set to open the 2015 indoor season this weekend at the Vanderbilt Invitational in Nashville, Tenn.
If you're in the hellmouth of Tennessee, as I am, drop by Vanderbilt's beautiful urban campus and give a hearty "Roll Tide."
Man, Eddie Williams (and the Skittles Four) remains one of the biggest what-ifs of Alabama recruiting misses.