The Tennessee Volunteers couldn’t escape trouble in the off-season, first in the form of a distracting NCAA investigation and most recently with the return … of the return … of the return … of the suspension of safety Janzen Jackson.
By Jess Nicholas, TideFans.com Editor-In-Chief Nov. 27, 2012 If you're not an Alabama fan, the Georgia Bulldogs might just qualify as the most physically impressive college...
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The Predictions Dept. got back on the right track last week, getting six of the seven games correct, and this week, a mini-vacation is our reward. Alabama is off, awaiting a showdown with LSU next Saturday. For this week, Missouri attempts to hold onto its SEC East lead, which was put in jeopardy after losing to South Carolina in overtime, while Florida and Georgia play in Jacksonville.
There was nothing fun about this game, unless you’re the type that finds wonderment in carnival sideshows featuring bald guys who attach chains to various body piercings and suspend themselves from the ceiling. While Alabama was never really threatened by the Eagles, Alabama was also never comfortable. Were it not for a late touchdown, the margin of victory in this game would have threatened to shuffle Alabama’s standing in BCS rankings, were it not for Oregon and Oklahoma flubbing up against Southern Cal and Baylor, respectively.
The end result is a Texas A&M team that came into this game against Alabama among the top 10 teams in the country in rushing, and mediocre in passing. Compared to recent Aggie teams, this kind of theoretical switcheroo was as unforeseen as a deer standing on the right-of-way of a Wilcox County highway after dark.
Delany might as well have held a press conference to assert that he “is in control here” and would shepherd college football's latest attempt at a mock playoff system through various legal and ethical (read: what's best for the Big Ten) loopholes.
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The Predictions Dept. got off to a home-run start in 2017, correctly hitting on all 14 SEC games in Week 1. For Week 2, things get a bit easier, as the toughest game on the board to pick is either Georgia-Notre Dame or Auburn-Clemson. Most SEC teams are taking a break after challenging openers.
By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 16, 2016 March in Tuscaloosa used to mean more than spring football. When the NCAA tournament expanded in 1975 to include at-large...