Posted: 1/11/2012 1:21:58 PM
Originally Posted by bookieassassin:
you were embarrassed at HOME...in front of Bama faithful......D was great > O had no plan
*not sure if you noticed > you were outscored ....
you then won a rematch at a NEUTRAL site......
*crowd edge to LSU sure....game was not in Baton Rouge...................BIG DIFFERENCE...................
WOW....you won a game vs the HAT!.....awesome!
I didn't embarrassed myself in front of the Bama faithful at all. To the contrary, I showed up at the game with a very hot young chick, and we had a great time.
If you're talking about the Alabama football team, they didn't embarrass themselves either. They loss by 3 points in overtime to an outstanding football team.
Defense was great.
Offense had a very good plan. The players, however, didn't execute it well at key points in the game.
I wasn't outscored because I didn't play. If you mean the Alabama football team, yes, I did notice they were outscored.
I did not win a re-match at a neutral site, because I didn't play. If you mean the Alabama football team, yes they won at a somewhat neutral site.
Playing in Baton Rouge would have been slightly different only because there would have been a sliightly higher percentage of LSU fans present, and the game would have on grass versus field turf. It, however, would have had zero impact on the outcome of the game. Regardless of venue, they could play 10 more times and LSU will not score a TD against Alabama's defense, and that is because LSU's offense versus Alabama's defense is a complete mismatch. I said it before the first game, and I said it over and over again before the second one. And because of this mis-match, I said Alabama would probably win the second game by double-digits - a comment you went out of your way to mock.
The only reason why I wasn't certain of a double-digit Alabama victory was because I wasn't certain Alabama could score more than 13 points, a threshhold that I thought would have to be exceeded to win by DD.
I did not beat "The Hat" because I didn't play, but Alabama did. Coincidently, "The Hat" as you derisively call him, won the "Coach of the Year" award, and beating the "Coach of the Year" seems like a pretty laudable accomplishment to me. It is certainly an accomplishment I wish I could put on my resume.