Ole Miss star offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil started this season on the sidelines. He’ll end it having scored a touchdown in what’s yet another blowout major bowl game, as the Rebels took a 34-6 lead into the locker room. The trick play even got our Russian announcer friends excited:
I find myself hypnotized by this seemingly innocuous crowd shot from last night's Sugar Bowl, in which the lady at the center of the frame silently comes to some sort of world-shattering realization. What's going on in this lady's head?!
We've heard Michael Connolly's version of the events that lead to Bama Mom leaping onto a group of Oklahoma fans and into our hearts, but now we finally have Bama Mom's side. Most importantly, she wants to apologize to Nick Saban.
Every superhero has an origin story. Turns out Michael Connolly was pretty dead-on about the flying lady and her son.
The video of a female Alabama fan attacking an Oklahoma dude at the Sugar Bowl was enjoyable enough without context. But, for those who want it, the Oklahoma bro who was attacked shared some details.
At first, it seems like a mere verbal confrontation between the Bama woman—who looks like a pleasant mom—and the Oklahoma fan in the white polo. It gets so much better, though.
The best way to watch a dynasty end is to turn your head from the field, and look at the crowd.
The custom of calling post-season collegiate contests "bowl" games stems from the granddaddy of them all, the Rose Bowl, so-called for the eponymous bowl-shaped stadium. But our first association with the word "bowl" of course is as a container, most often for food, keys, change, or cereal milk and cigarette ashes and…
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What is it with these Virginia Tech kickers? Just days after being elevated to starting kicker when Va. Tech's previous starter, Cody Journell, was arrested for allegedly participating in a "home invasion," Tyler Weiss just booked himself a one way ticket back to Roanoke for violating curfew.
It's the Florida Oenophiliac Coaches against the Cincinnati Fighting Irish. What say you, Todd McShay? And...let's wrap it up.
This is going to be a very laid back, no- hassle day spent perusing the internet for sports-related ephemera until the NFL games start. Right now, I'm in NYC at a coffee shop at 13th and B. Please stop by and say hello if you're in the area.
Alabama's All-World tackle Andre Smith has been suspended and will not play in the Sugar Bowl. Ironically, he plans to work out his frustrations by eating an entire bowl of sugar. [Tide Corner]
In case you've forgotten, the Nokia Sugar Bowl is this evening as Charlie Weis and his group of underachieving Irishmen take on those ESPN fictional national champions, the LSU Tigers. Notre Dame is getting 8.5 points tonight and I've got a funny feeling that's a number that you must pounce on. (For those of you who…