I heard about it before the Auburn game but I didn't think it would matter and it didn't. Of course it's impossible to prove.
How do you prove such a thing?
I'm still shocked Auburn would come out and admit they knew Alabama's defensive signals and still couldn't win.
yep..that gap sure is closing. :D
Well....there's another mullet on my ignore list.
It's pure ignorance the way you're taking Darvin's statement out of context. The way it was worded could many any scenario from our coaches knowing every hand signal that the Bama coaches were using down to we saw a defensive alignment that indicated a blitz and one-on-one coverage.
As for the section I bolded, I'm quite certain that our offense would've been more productive if we knew your defensive signals. That leads me to believe that it was something such as I mentioned above, that maybe we saw something in the alignment that indicated a one-on-one matchup. If anything, the specific play mentioned succeeded because of the pump-fake, which the DB bit on.