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.
In fine fashion, it was announced that Alabama and USC (yes, THAT USC, not the bogus USC in the SEC) would be kicking off the 2016 season in Dallas at the Jerry-Dome. Alabama has sort of made a habit of these types of games under Saban.
Urban Meyer is now 50 years old. That’s clearly something to celebrate, especially when you’ve had as many “conditions” as he’s had.
Fan is short for fanatical.
Every fan has his/her arch enemy fan. I’m talking Cobra Commander vs. Flint here—pure unadulterated hatred.
This raw emotion manifests itself in many ways. Probably the most entertaining is the scholastic achievement prowess, or lack thereof, that fanatical college football followers have for their loathed rival.
Aaron Hernandez will likely have a few new fans in the slammer. Especially now that he’s a calendar boy.