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animal cruelty...


I received this in an email this morning and thought it was great and wanted to share it. Enjoy!

AP-Tuscaloosa
 Authorities arrested Alabama head coach Nick Saban in the predawn hours Monday at his home in Tuscaloosa on animal cruelty charges. Saban, 56, was charged with 85 counts of animal cruelty in an alleged attack which occurred Saturday night in Athens, Georgia. Police said that as many as 92,138 witnesses saw Saban and a large group of violent young men under his control hit, kick, crush, and destroy a large pack of mostly-docile bulldogs. One officer was quoted as saying, "I haven't seen bulldogs treated this badly since the Micheal Vick case."

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Philip Fulmer Offered New Job



It was announced today that FEMA has offered Philip Fulmer a position there. A spokesperson for FEMA stated that Fulmer was offered the position after witnessing how he could evacuate 100,000 people from a crowded facility in a fast, calm, and orderly manner on Saturday, September 20th, 2008.

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Top 10 Positive Takeaways from Tennessee’s 30 – 6 Loss to FL

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With apologies to David Letterman...


10. Welcome aboard Stan Drayton! The kickoff and punt return teams seem to be legitimately improved over a year ago.

9. The defense had a 33 point improvement on points allowed vs. last year!

8. For the second consecutive week there were zero camera shots of Dave Clawson looking like a deer caught in the headlights... with food poisoning.

7. Umm… we’re right where we were this time last season, right?

6. Progress: Luke Stocker did not drop a single perfectly thrown, uncontested, wide-open pass this week.

5. Progress II: Arian Foster had nothing to do with either of the devastating, momentum-shifting, game changing, soul-crushing fumbles this week. Thanks Montario! Thanks Jon!

4. Concerned about the impact the cost of fuel and the rapidly-expanding Financial Market crisis may be having on Vol fans, Fulmer has apparently decided to spare everyone the travel expenses associated with going to a bowl game.

4a. After watching Tennessee ’s offense vs. a quality SEC opponent, suddenly the Financial Market crisis and potential collapse of the entire global economy seems comparatively benign.

3. The blue-chip recruits on campus for official visits this weekend were impressed with the coaching staff, direction of the program, and all the new facilities. Of course these were all Basketball recruits, but they were impressed none the less.

2. Basketball season is less than 2 months away.

1. Projected popcorn sales for the coming weeks have caught Mike Hamilton’s attention. We all know what happens when Mike’s not happy with popcorn sales…

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It's a great weekend when BAMA rolls over a top 10 team and poor feable UCLA who didn't have a chance put Fat Phil on the road a loser on his Birthday!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PHIL FULMER.....