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@MrMurder so are you thinking this was a decision that Saban made by himself? Have you seen, anywhere, what he said about the choices, including Brees? The difference now, and then, is huge! He wasn't "the boss" in Miami. He is at Alabama.
11 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Why-Nick-Saban-was-a-better-NFL-coach-than-you-think.html
@goingaways @djbillyd you're stupid enough to still be in your mother's basement mop closet, so get off the computer.
Your man/uncle will probably tighten you up when he gets there, so, enjoy booty boy.
@goingaways @djbillyd you ARE stupid, aren't you? The article, the title of the article isn't about "sports". It is, in fact "Why Nick Saban was a better NFL coach than you think". Now, find the word "sports" in that title idiot.
Insults? Let me give you some insults: You, not me are the incestuous one. Being your uncle's girlfriend has probably mad you emptier in the head than a helium filled balloon. And another thing, spit drinker, learn how to spell. Or, at the very least, type what your dumbass is thinking. "your married...". It would be "you're", you blithering idiot!
@frechette17 @pixiuswarrior no NFL coach has "total control" over a football team, and the Miami Dolphins owner/management was, and still are, among the worse!
@telluridejim @frechette17 @pixiuswarrior you put it quite amicably. There is, and should be, no debate about that.
@cohenh @yzzzerman19 while your pessimism is understandable, that really doesn't make the man a scum bag. He couldn't make it in the pros because he, like so many more, are not suited for that still team management. A teacher can't always be a good manager. Saban is an excellent teacher. That's what one of his successful students said in the article. Lying about his plans, to us, who have no plans, was a bad deal. Buy in the high priced world of sports, you can't always state your plans if your plans are not already assured. Contract negotiations belie the ability to answer in the affirmative. But that's still no reason to lie. And that is the undoing of his public persona.
@nova fan that was a real bummer. As much as I love Alabama, and appreciate what he's done there, he is gonna have a hard time living that reputation down. Not many are gonna let him forget it. He can't even say no anymore to rumors, because he said "no" too many times before, and really meant "yes".
@goingaways idiot, who says he wasn't a great player before Saban? I didn't read that. " But while defensive end Jason Taylor (who had 12 sacks that year) and linebacker Zach Thomas made the Pro Bowl, the aging squad started seven defensive players 30 or older". says nothing like that. The only other Taylor reference was about his age!
Look, you being stupid is really not the issue. You sound very experienced at it. Because the writer, and the title of the article, screams "revisionist" (check the spelling there scooter) history. It is about his tenure as an NFL coach, which he hasn't been in 8 years. You don't like theman, fine. You hate Alabama, even better. But unless you are vying for Idiot of the Year award, get better at reading comprehension. A'ight scooter? Good boy...
No, it isn't! I have the DVD, and it's Windows 7 Ultimate SP1!!!
1 year ago on Conversation @ http://www.askives.com/what-is-gsp1rmculxfrer-en-dvd.html
Saban will remember this "gaffe". And he will punish TA&M for it. But please, don't get the imprssion that Nick is spending the rest of the summer preparing for them. There is an engagement in "The Dome" with Virginia Tech a couple of weeks prior to. THAT is who Nick will prepare for this summer.
1 year, 5 months ago on Texas A&M AD Insults Alabama, Saban Will Remember
I hate that rule! "Targeting" is subjective. If an offensive player goes low to try to get under a hit, and the contact is made prior to him getting where he's trying to get, a player is going to be unfairly ejected from a game. Defenses are being hampered from playing the game aggressively because too many "fans" don't understand the nuances of the game.
Protect the players, but don't take the aggression from the game.
1 year, 9 months ago on New Rules: Possible Ejections And Eight Officials
"and whether a team is a conference champion.” So-o-o, when was that made a criteria? I was told that the "Selection Committee" would chose the #'s 1-4 teams in the country, and they would be the seeded teams. What if a team lost to a division opponent early (games 1-3), and won, convincingly, every other game; finished the season with the 3rd or 4th ranking in the country, would the "conference champion" who got into the conference title game, from the other division be considered more eligible because of one game, than the team that didn't play in the game because they didn't win their "division"? I doubt THAT...
2 years, 4 months ago on Would Alabama Have Even Made A Playoff Last Year?
@John at MrSEC @HungaryGator @John
Even more so, I wish that they would learn from it. Learn that the ugly stigma of racism is still just as alive now as it was 150 years ago. I hope that they learn that, to some people, their "history" is hat they aspire to. While we should not forget our history, wanting to LIVE our history again is going to make us "problem people".
2 years, 5 months ago on SEC Meeting Recap: Slive’s League Dangerously Close To Doing Some Very Stupid Things
And I could go YOU one better, and point out that those "Freedoms" were NOT being fought for, for ALL of the people. In fact, as a Nazi would, the confederates were fighting to maintain the indentured servitude of the poor black slaves that they were holding on to.
I, for one, think the comparison is more than adequate. It is appropriate!!!
You guys are a riot!
Delaney has really put Michigan on the spot. I am not just gloating because I am an Alabama fan. I am warning Delaney AND the rest of the coaches in Saban's field of view: As OldArmy put it: Don't poke the bear. Ask Les Miles what happens when you do. I can understand that many around the country feel slighted because of what happened last season. But when you reflect that, as Saban said, at one point, there was LSU, Arkansas, Alabama, 1-2-3. And Georgia was in the top 10 too, I believe. That was dominance. Not collaboration. To be the best, you must beat the best. If you lose to the best in an embarrasing fashion, then don't whine about who's the best. And it's about the best TWO teams in the country playing for the championship. How we arrive at who that is, is sometimes subjective. But you don't argue that grits ain't groceries just because you don't eat grits!!!
2 years, 6 months ago on Without Naming Names, Bama's Saban Tells Big Ten's Delany To Not "Be So Self-Absorbed"
You would have to be as dumb as a car tire to believe that being a "conference champion" qualifies you for a legitimate shot at the national Championship. Seedings don't require that you 'win your conference'. Seedings, especially at the end of a 12 game season should be determined by youentire body of work. Not just WHO you beat, but also who beat you. Otherwise, why do we have rankings all year long? This dingbat will see in September why his ex-power conference cannot, and should not be engaing in the championship fray!!!
2 years, 6 months ago on Jim Delany and Nick Saban turn into college football's Biggie and Tupac | May