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#201
Posted: 1/16/2013 4:34:27 PM

yea same record as Alabama and there wasnt even a conversation of which one loss team should get in! His program is in "some" hot water as well!! Rumored!

Alabama is elite, the rest are middle of the road....LSU, Arkansas,  and Florida  are not elite...ESPN would call them elite...I would not!! 2 years ago LSU vs Bama...last year Bama vs a horrid ND team. Elite?? or the system is rigged for $$$$??

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Posted: 1/16/2013 4:35:38 PM
What would the Score between Oregon and Alabama been (had they played?)
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Posted: 1/16/2013 4:37:16 PM
Please say Oregon didnt win their Conference championship!!! Wasnt that the case with Okie st and Alabama last year and ESPN Analysts were crying and begging the voters to vote for Poor ole Alabama (not conference champion; Alabama!!)
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Posted: 1/16/2013 4:53:14 PM
#202 Capper007 1/16/13 5:35 PM

What would the Score between Oregon and Alabama been (had they played?)



Similar if not worse when they played a "middle of the road" lsu team.
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#202 Capper007 1/16/13 5:35 PM

What would the Score between Oregon and Alabama been (had they played?)



Similar if not worse when they played a "middle of the road" lsu team.

A game that was the first game of the season 2 years ago!! Im sure Oregon would have smashed LSU this year, and gave Alabama a better game than ND!

Les Miles is worthless, LSU is only good because Saban was there!! And Emmert wont put his old school on Bowl restrictions, because they deserve it!

 

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Posted: 1/16/2013 7:34:01 PM
In my unbiased opinion it would be oregon 35 / Bama 24.

Too much talent and speed for Oregon.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:17:22 PM
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In my unbiased opinion it would be oregon 35 / Bama 24.

Too much talent and speed for Oregon.

IF THEY DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH SPEED AND TALENT TO BEAT STANFORD HOW WOULD THEY BEAT ALABAMA WHO IS A BETTER VERSION OF STANFORD?
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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:28:44 PM
Speed=wins, didn't you hear.
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Posted: 1/17/2013 5:32:12 AM
It was just a shame OU or USC couldnt beat a ND team with no offense; so we could have had the matchup we wanted!! and maybe dethrone the SEC, now we have to hear about 7 in a row crap from ESPN analysts for another year
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:14:15 AM
SEC Program pay their players through boosters!! The NCAAF president coincidentily was put on the map by Nick Saban. (Emmert was president at LSU when Saban won his N.C. there, and coincidentally the SEC has been in the N.C. game and uninvestigated since the beggining of his tenure as Prez!! Coincidence??? Emmert wont let a program outside the SEC fart, but SEC programs can hand bags of cash to these 17-23 year old Children and be none the poorer!!!
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Posted: 1/22/2013 6:50:47 AM

Saban's time is coming

Get ready, Alabama boys, Nick Saban is getting ready to crash and burn. Mark Emmert has been protecting him. All these cheating accusations keep popping up. He's been caught cheating again. How much will this cost the University of Alabama? Will they sweep this one under the rug? One day, all the cheating will come out. You can only keep it under the water for so long. One day it will pop to the top and they're going to nail Alabama and Nick Saban.

 

Emmert was chancellor at LSU for five years, from 1999 to 2004, and was instrumental in hiring a promising-but-not-entirely-proven Nick Saban as football coach from Michigan State and handing him one of the sport's richest contracts. Emmert then spent 6½ years as president at Washington and moved from there to the Indianapolis-based NCAA.

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Posted: 1/22/2013 6:51:16 AM

What does the SEC earn??

The 2009 season marks the beginning of a new 15-year, $2.25 billion contract with ESPN, which coincides with a 15-year, $825 million deal with CBS. At the SEC's preseason Media Days in Hoover, Ala., this week, league and ESPN officials unveiled the details of their new arrangement, and this much is clear: Whether you're in Alabama or Arizona, Michigan or Mississippi, you're about experience a deluge of SEC football.

Not Everybody cheats, not everybody has a PREEXISTING RELATIONSHIP WITH THE NCAA PRESIDENT, WITH RICH AND OUT OF CONTROL BOOSTERS, AND A COACH WHO WILL GET RECRUITS JOBS (OR THEIR GIRLFRIEND) NOT TO MENTION SAY AND DO ANYTHING TO GET THEM ELIGIBLE! ESPN HAS 2.25B interest in the SECs success, AND Emmert was put where he is becasue Sabans Success and no way Emmert does anything but protect Saban!!! The government has made it such a pain in the behind for online betting that it is not worth the risk to load up and bet on Bama!!!

As long as EMMERT IS IN CHARGE OF THE NCAA... ALABAMA CAN DO NO WRONG!!!

Feb 2011 Alabama still on probation mind you!!

The NCAA Committee on Infractions released a statement last year calling the University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa the following:

A "serial repeat violator," with an "abysmal infractions track record" and an "extensive recent history of infractions cases unmatched by any other member institution in the NCAA.”

There were (allegedly) recruiting violations with current high school junior, Barry Sanders, Jr. He was seen at a recent home basketball game seated with his dad, Barry Sanders Sr. (NFL Hall of Famer) and coach Nick Saban sitting right between them. Sure, it’s conceivable they got their tickets from the same scalper. "Hey, Barry, what’s up!? Great seats, huh? Oh really, your son plays football? How nice."

I probably could have gotten two seats together.

WATCH BARRY SANDERS VIDEO SHOWN AT HOME BASKETBALL GAME IN TUSCALOOSA:

Coach Saban may have been assisting in text-book fundraiser here he appears to be taking a bid and helping deliver books.
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http://www.koco.com/sports/26958838/detail.html?taf=okl

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Posted: 1/22/2013 6:51:40 AM

January 2012

But he also said he would sign a piece of paper to show that they are keeping their word – they are going to sign it and they want me to sign it to make sure I know I still have my scholarship.[Emphasis added.]

So this kid believes he’s going to get some sort of binding commitment from Alabama for a scholarship in a year’s time. I can’t wait to hear from the NCAA about that. (Not to mention every school in the SEC.)

I said most interesting, because that’s not the only eye-popping comment this kid made. Check this out:

“He said I’m going to stay in Georgia. They are going to find me a job. I’m going to work. I’m going to physical therapy at least seven days per week. I guess I will work, go to physical therapy and get strong … I will come in with the class of 2013. I’ll get there with the early group so I can do winter workouts and spring football.”

Trent Richardson and Booster:

Trent Richardson and Former Alabama Booster Relationship?

Okay, I’ll preface this post by making it clear we have NO OPINION on this matter, but that at the very least its entertaining to dream up these scenarios brought to us courtesy of SportsbyBrooks. Normally we try to stay away from the NCAA rumor mill, but figured this time we’d led you be the judge about what to make about this, if anything.

Brooks has been on Alabama’s tail all summer about possible NCAA violations, most of which were tied to T-Town Menswear owner Tom Albetar,which Alabama disassociated from last year. Whether or not any of it is true remains to be seen because the NCAA has yet to lend a firm hand in that mess.

The latest controversial claims by Brooks is that a disassociated Alabama booster had a relationship with Alabama running back Trent Richardson. Oh Brooks, you really must hate Alabama!

“WHAT THE? Why would disassociated Alabama booster have photo of Trent Richardson birthday cake? Is it unreasonable to think that Richardson may have received a gift or three from that same disassociated booster if he was at a Richardson birthday function? Seriously, am I being unreasonable asking that question?”

 

If you are a Alabama booster you better not talk ..or ELSE!!!

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ESPN is reporting that “A man found dead Tuesday in a Memphis home is believed to be Logan Young, an Alabama booster convicted of bribing a high school football coach to get a top recruit for the Crimson Tide.”

Police are investigating the case as a homicide. They have not yet confirmed the body was Young, but the Memphis Commercial Appeal reported on its Web site Tuesday that that detectives were working at a house where Young’s body was found. “We’re treating it as a mystery homicide,” Sgt. Vince Higgins told The Associated Press. He said officials assume the victim was Young but needed to use fingerprints and dental records to confirm the identity. “Suffice it to say, there was quite a physical struggle in this and this individual was injured severely,” he said.

Nashville attorney Jim Neal, who defended Young, said he had been told the body was found by a housekeeper. “I’ve had two or three calls about it, all to the same end, found killed in his home. … I heard that there was blood everywhere. That is all I know,” Neal said. Higgins said Young’s housekeeper found the body after she arrived for work this morning. The body had not been removed from the house and no family members immediately arrived at the house.

The 65-year-old Young was convicted under federal law of money laundering and racketeering conspiracy in the case involving the peddling of defensive lineman Albert Means. Young was sentenced in June to six months in prison and six months of home confinement then two years of supervised release. But he had been allowed to remain free pending his appeal.

 

 

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:58:53 AM

Nick Saban said he would be surprised if someone affiliated with LSU gave money to Stanley McClover as alleged by the former Auburn player in an episode of HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.

McClover, one of four Auburn players on the show to admit receiving money, said he also received cash while on a visit to LSU.

Here's a transcript of McClover's comments on the HBO show, courtesy of SPORTSbyBROOKS

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"Somebody came to me, I don't even know this person and he was like, 'we would love for you to come to LSU and he gave me a handshake and it had five hundred dollars in there. … that's called a money handshake … I grabbed it and I'm like, 'wow,' hell I thought ten dollars was a lot of money back then. Five hundred dollars for doing nothing but what I was blessed to do. I was happy."

Saban coached the Tigers from 2000-04. McClover enrolled at Auburn in 2003. Saban left Baton Rouge for the Miami Dolphins. After two season in the NFL, he was hired at Alabama.

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Posted: 1/29/2013 7:02:13 AM

ESPN. You skip over the story of the pro sports agent who accused Saban of paying players and giving them benifits, while running with any and all other stories of toehr programs who were accused of (and not even proven that they did it) cheating in any way. You skip over any stories of injuries to any Bama player, while running wild on every other program who has any sort of injury. BUT, Bama gets a 4* recruit and you plaster it everywhere!

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Posted: 1/29/2013 7:04:05 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Lucan:

See Jwheels you never get off my nut sack, so MF you keep it up at me and i will give you some of the same garbage back...YOUR MOVE, make my day.

 

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He spent alot of time doing that...what are you gonna off me LUCAN??

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IF someone is going to tell me that Alabama players don't get a pass and that law enforcement in that area aren't concerned about their jobs when dealing with a player I will tell them to their face they are out of their mind. Odds are 98% of the cops in that town are diehard, lifelong Bama fans that would rather arrest their own mother before one of the players One every day is an attempt to deflect a much broader issue amongst SEC schools and that is the wide-spread cheating that goes on that does NOt happen to the same extent in other conferences. What Southerners refuse to comprehend is that yes, they are more at fault than any other universities or conferences. Southerns should not be trying to defend themselves against these blotter reports because articles like this are meant to protect the SEC. If ESecPn can project that the SEC schools are trying to show a firm hand for minor issues then it allows the major infractions of wide-spread cheating amongst SEC schools to continue. Hence, more NC's for the SEC. If the NCAA wants a level playing field then they MUST put all SEC schools (except Vandy) on probation!!
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Posted: 1/30/2013 11:22:43 AM

Clocking $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ss

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Posted: 1/30/2013 12:07:49 PM

The same Sports Illustrated story that alleged Lewis obtained a banned deer-antler spray also contained a report that several Alabama football players received S.W.A.T.S. products prior to the Crimson Tide's January 2012 win over LSU in the BCS national title game.

S.W.A.T.S. representative Christopher Key showed Sports Illustrated video of him passing out "chips" to Alabama players two days before the BCS game. The "chips" are stickers that athletes place on their wrists and heart for an alleged energy boost. Crimson Tide linebacker Alex Watkins later confirmed the effectiveness of the company's chips, "negatively charged" water and deer-antler pills in a YouTube video, SI reported.

The players were given the products for free, though Key told them he'd claim they purchased the goods from him, according to the report.

LSU players used S.W.A.T.S. products prior to beating Alabama in November 2011, according to SI.

The S.W.A.T.S. products reportedly contain IGF-1, a natural, anabolic hormone that stimulates muscle growth. IGF-1 is banned by the NCAA, the NFL and other major pro sports leagues.

The SI report also stated that NFL linebacker Shawne Merriman, baseball player Johnny Damon and golfer Vijay Singh obtained products from S.W.A.T.S.



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Posted: 1/30/2013 1:49:18 PM

(CBS) A report from Sports Illustrated claims members of Alabama’s 2012 National Championship team received banned substances produced by Sports with Alternatives to Steroids prior to the BCS championship game.

S.W.A.T.S. representative Christopher Key reportedly showed SI a video of him passing out “chips” to members of the Crimson Tide team two days before the BCS game. These “chips” are stickers containing a substance banned by the NCAA that athletes secure to their wrists and above their heart for an energy boost. Alabama linebacker Alex Watkins later confirmed the effectiveness of the “chips,” the report states.

These S.W.A.T.S. products reportedly contain IGF-1, a natural, anabolic hormone that stimulates muscle growth. IGF-1 is banned by the NCAA,

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Posted: 1/30/2013 4:56:24 PM

The company that says it provided deer-antler spray, a product that contains a banned substance, to Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis also sold its goods to members of the 2012 national championship Alabama football team, according to a co-owner of the company.

And Christopher Key, the SWATS co-owner, told ESPN's Joe Schad on Wednesday he personally witnessed about five Alabama players spray what he sold them into their mouths.

"I showed them how to use it," Key said.

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Posted: 1/30/2013 6:33:48 PM

Watkins made a YouTube testimonial for SWATS, and Hubbard was filmed in the hotel room saying he had the deer-antler spray, SI reported. Deer-antler spray contains a substance, IGF-1, which is on the NFL's banned list.

"Nothing we offer them will make them fail a drug test," Key said, when asked about the substance being banned by the NCAA. "This will make you heal faster. This will give you nutrients. There have been many clinical studies."

Key said he has received cease-and-desist letters from Alabama, LSU and Auburn demanding not to use current players' likenesses. "But you can't tell me I can't talk to your players," Key said. "We live in a free country."

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Posted: 1/30/2013 6:35:37 PM
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Last month, Nick Saban was also accused of cheating by Pittsburgh sports agent Ralph Cindrich.

My biggest problem with all this is why the NCAA has not started an investigation. If they are innocent why not do a search and then come out publicly and announce it.

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Posted: 1/30/2013 6:37:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Capper007:

IF someone is going to tell me that Alabama players don't get a pass and that law enforcement in that area aren't concerned about their jobs when dealing with a player I will tell them to their face they are out of their mind. Odds are 98% of the cops in that town are diehard, lifelong Bama fans that would rather arrest their own mother before one of the players One every day is an attempt to deflect a much broader issue amongst SEC schools and that is the wide-spread cheating that goes on that does NOt happen to the same extent in other conferences. What Southerners refuse to comprehend is that yes, they are more at fault than any other universities or conferences. Southerns should not be trying to defend themselves against these blotter reports because articles like this are meant to protect the SEC. If ESecPn can project that the SEC schools are trying to show a firm hand for minor issues then it allows the major infractions of wide-spread cheating amongst SEC schools to continue. Hence, more NC's for the SEC. If the NCAA wants a level playing field then they MUST put all SEC schools (except Vandy) on probation!!
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