Kliff Kingsbury seems to have it all…except one hot Arkansas football fan.
All right, all right, we get it already. Alternate uniforms are in. Thank you Oregon Ducks and Phil Knight’s money. And damn you Oregon Ducks and Phil Knight’s money!
“Oh, don’t even bring up Bianchi. He’s awful. He’s a hater. He hates Urban for some reason and I don’t know why.”
She went on to go over a list of reasons why Gator fans, and SEC fans in general, are meaner than our Big Ten counterparts. I understand the need for a coach’s wife to stand by her man, so to speak. But, clearly, she’s missing a detail or two in Meyer’s history. She was there when Urban left both Utah and Florida, right?
So, since she’s apparently forgotten, here are my top 10 reasons why it’s OK for Mike Bianchi, a Gator fan or any SEC fan to hate Urban Meyer.
In a radio interview with sportstalk station WDAE-AM, June Jones made big waves in the small pond that makes up the mid-major conferences. SMU fans and fans of other schools in the American Athletic Conference listened intently and then muttered a deep sigh.
“I think the have-nots [non-Power Five leagues] should go ahead and move to the spring just like the USFL did.”
Kliff Kingsbury seamlessly becomes Charlie Weis. Not since Michael Jackson’s Black or White has there been anything so creepy. Some might argue it’s cool. I’d wager that all the recruits’ mothers who dream of a Guns Up visit from Kingsbury would disagree.
When I set out to write an article about Bobby Livingston, the ironworker who allegedly used a crane to hang a Bama flag at Kyle Field in College Station, I expected to write a quick article about the merits of people on both sides of the issue. It seemed clear from the beginning that most Bama fans (perhaps some other fans) viewed it as part of a growing rivalry. But there were also those who decried Livingston’s shenanigans as being unsafe and not belonging on the job site.