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I just watched an episode of "Training Days: Rolling with the Tide". Thought it was really good.

I can see how Tuscaloosa is more convenient to Reno than Seattle would be.

I would love to meet him. Most, if not just about all, coaches understand that, while raw physical ability is a prerequisite for athletic success, it is (by far) not the whole package. There are few

LSU is the only team we have shut out this year. So it’s really not about being able to score on Bama. It’s about being able to score enough. This offense has SO many weapons. Ask our D 1s after practice. Plus our defense is really cranky about not getting the recognition they are used to receiving. They are on a mission (see rushing/total yards for LSU).

 

If Tua goes down before Jalen is back to close to full speed, it would be a different story. But, Jalen should be good to go by Saturday.

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Not sure where to put this, but since Alabama seems to live on this thread, let me just say that it’s nice to see Robert Foster thriving today for the Bills. Lot of potential there that didn’t get a chance to come out at Alabama.

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He’s a good kid too. Came back as a fifth year Sr. and was a leader in the locker room. Had plenty of opportunities to go to other schools when he wasn’t getting playing time. Said he wasn’t a quitter and stuck it out. Loved Bama and had a great attitude. Unfortunately he suffered a lot of injuries at Alabama-among them a season ending shoulder the 3rd game of the year his redshirt sophomore year and an off field one his senior year where he was hit my a car while out riding his dirt bike. Lots of stitches on his back (almost 30) and a couple on his wrist. Also he had to play on teams with Amari Cooper and Calvin Ridley...so his reps were limited. It is definitely great to see him back on the field and doing well.

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Steve—PS— keep an eye out for Levi Wallace. Also from Bama. Was a walkon. Great back story. Played football at Bama because his Dad loved UA so much. His Dad died from ALS the night before Levi played his first game (our Spring game). Got a scholarship his Jr year. And made All SEC.

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By chance I heard Stephen A. Smith ranting on the radio yesterday how Syracuse was going to humiliate Notre Dame.  Not exactly, Stephen.

Surprisingly, UCLA beat USC today.  No bowl games for either of those teams now.  And USC gets to play Notre Dame next.  Ouch.

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So much for humiliating Notre Dame.  That will probably be up to Clemson.

Meanwhile, The Case of the Premature Gatorade Bath.

Texas A&M beat LSU in seven (count 'em 7) OTs.  But not before the Tigers' coach had been prematurely bathed for a falsely presumed victory.

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And a really dumb opposing coach.

Haven’t you heard the latest conspiracy theory? CNS has enough power, and is Machevallian enough to plant his former assistants as head coaches and coordinators to make sure the Bama dominance continues😝🤣

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