The conference that is seemingly the king of the mountain in NCAA football, the Southeastern Conference, has yet again produced the National Champion, for the third time in three years, and once again, it’s the Tim Tebow & Urban Meyer-led Florida Gators. It truly must be great to be a Florida Gator, but will it be again this year? Do the Crimson Tide of Alabama have the bodies to make up for their losses in players moving on to the NFL? Can the LSU Tigers once again let the nation hear the roar of the Bayou Bengals? Are the Bulldogs of UGA ready to finally be the National Title threat they have been billed as? Who are the dark horses? With no further ado, we begin our 2009 College Football Preview with the SEC. READ MORE HERE.
ROLL TIDE ROLL..BAMA IS 12 and OHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!
Please know as ALWAYS I will be pulling for the other team and congrats on a losing season without a bowl this year and thanks for allowing us to whip your ass the last two years!!!!!
Both coaches coached at 3 universities before coming to Alabama.
Both coaches coached 1 year at their first coaching job.
Both coaches came to the University of Alabama with 91 wins.
Both coaches won their 100th game in their 2nd season at Alabama.
The 100th win was against Tulane for both coaches. Even more interesting is the total points in the game against Tulane…you guessed it, the same (26) for Bryant 19-7, Saban 20-6.
Both coaches struggled with going to the pros. Bryant changed his mind, Saban did not, but it was the same team, the Miami Dolphins, and it led to both getting back to Alabama.
ALABAMA was the second stop in the SEC for both of them and will most likely be where they will end
(from a reliable source but may need to be checked for accuracy)
2008 SEC Football Standings
Four football fans climb a mountain - a Tennessee fan, an Georgia fan, a Alabama fan & an Auburn fan. They argued all the way up the mountain about who was the most "die hard" fan. When they reached the top, the UT fan proclaimed to the other three, "This is for the Vols!" and threw himself off the mountain as a sacrifice, screaming "Rocky Top" as he fell to his death. Not to be out done by the Tennessee fan, the Georgia fan jumped up and shouted, "Go Dogs--Sic'em!" and threw himself off the mountain yelling, "Glory Glory to Old Georgia" as he fell to his death.
Refusing to be outdone by UT and UGA fans, the Alabama fan jumped to his feet and yelled, "THIS IS FOR THE TIDE!" and without any hesitation pushed the Auburn fan off the mountain shouting, "Fly you damn war eagle, Fly!"