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In Topic: Week 13: Alabama at Auburn

23 minutes ago

Besides that it was a fair kick.... is that what you are saying?

 UAdan, on 28 November 2015 - 06:23 PM, said:

Today was a day of reckoning for Adam Griffith. 5/5 on FGs in this House of Horrors. Made that last one from 47 yards out, close game, crowd going bedlam, and staring directly into that damn jumbotron that was flashing neon orange strobe lights in his face.

In Topic: USC Head Coaching Search

Yesterday, 08:11 PM

Smart must leave now.

Alabama will pay him $6m to return in three years.

 Tider27, on 14 October 2015 - 01:50 PM, said:

I may be in the minority, but I believe it's a time for change. Smart is a great recruiter and the kids love him, I just think it's time to move on. If he has any aspirations to be a HC, he needs to be jumping on this opening big time. Personally I think he would bring a lot of fire and great recruits, his coaching ability would be up in the air...but he may have learned a thing or two. What I can specifically say is that he's lost his timing on some defensive calls, however he's improved this season as we've seen more man coverage allowing the front 7 to pin their ears back. That may be more of a testament to the talent on the field than his coaching prowess, which is valid and akin to the worries of him being under Saban this long.

As for Bama, Saban is weirdly a master at finding young coaches that can recruit. Much more than a handful, that's for sure. We would be fine ultimately, maybe lose some footing in Georgia however. That could be big for SC.

In Topic: On going multi location attacks in Paris.

Yesterday, 07:42 PM

Here's the problem...

The biggest sector of the dod budget is VA.

Let that sink in for a few minutes.

It's a health insurance issue ...

This one will cost $2t or 3 times that by the year 2025...  

But let's just skip the debt and tell me what you're gonna do.... so you really want a no fly zone over Syria?  That's it... You're not asking the right question if you think a no fly zone solves anything.  You may have not noticed that ISIS doesn't have an air force so they'd love for the bombing to stop.

I've got one question.

How do you fund it?

In Topic: On going multi location attacks in Paris.

25 November 2015 - 08:23 AM

View Postbbqit, on 25 November 2015 - 08:15 AM, said:

The shah and that Egyptian head man who was assassinated back when I was young did ok with us. The day they died we began scrambling without good sense to get things right again.
Anwar Sadat preceded Mubarak.   Sadat was assassinated after he signed a peace treaty with Israel that Carter brokered at Camp David.

In Topic: Dat feel when LSU is replacing their coach before UGA is

25 November 2015 - 08:12 AM

View Postcocky4ever, on 25 November 2015 - 08:09 AM, said:

Really?? Where did he go when he left Vandy?
  Bobby Johnson retired from coaching.