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Tag Archives: College football
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It’s Christmas morning here in Alabama if you are an Alabama fan. The anticipation is almost over, the waiting almost done. Many of the faithful are on their way to the stadium to join the throngs already there. In some … Continue reading
Unless you’ve been under a rock lately, you know that Alabama and LSU are playing a football game tomorrow. Here are 5 reasons why you have to watch the game. 1. It’s a showdown. 2. It’s the biggest SEC game of … Continue reading
After 11 + hours of college football yesterday, I thought I’d muse a bit on the events of the day. First and foremost, ROLL TIDE! I know, it was just Kent State, but after the debacle against Louisiana-Monroe in 2007, … Continue reading
I love this first morning of college football because every team has a clean slate. Every team is a winner. Optimism is running high with the anticipation of an undefeated season stretching ahead. Right now, every team has the potential … Continue reading