Kirby has been a complete embarrassment since he left Alabama. He cannot get Saban out of his mind. He played dirty the moment he got the job and has tried to negative recruit ever since.What a meltdown Kirby had in the postgame presser. That loss is on you, buddy. Accept it and move on.
Such a shame too. You'd figure he'd have more class and respect for the program and the coach that gave him the opportunity he has today.Kirby has been a complete embarrassment since he left Alabama. He cannot get Saban out of his mind. He played dirty the moment he got the job and has tried to negative recruit ever since.
We got a glimpse of the real Kirby the second he took private Alabama recruiting information and used it to recruit against them when he was hired by Georgia.Such a shame too. You'd figure he'd have more class and respect for the program and the coach that gave him the opportunity he has today.
You don't see any of Saban's other former assistants acting like this, and Jeremy Pruitt in particular is the HC at arguably our arch-rival.
I'm going to bet $50 the NCAA comes out with a laundry list of charges on OSU after their bowl game, especially after the domestic violence debacle and Zach Smith getting increasingly mentally unstable on twitter. He may have sent some info into the NCAA because he made it loud and clear he wanted to ruin Urban Meyer's career.Urban Meyer retiring.
The only year that really required a playoff was last year and 2014 to a lesser extent.. it is quite telling that we consistently have 2 blowout semifinal games and an absolute classic final year after year with the exception of 2014 and 2017.Notre Dame absolutely belonged in. The real problem is, yet again, we have 2 clear cut teams in a 4 team playoff. If we had an 8 team playoff we could have had more boring games.
The BCS got it right almost every year. I want it back.
I see some things that lead to this. The first of which was they seemed to get worn out. We had them absolutely shut down getting out to a 28-0 lead before they stopped playing with as much intensity and OU capitalized.I'm trying to understand how Bama's defense could go to being so dominant in Q1 completely stopping all 3 Sooner drives and then in Q2 it was like a switch was flipped and our defense never stopped their next 8 drives (the only time they were stopped it was by the clock and not our D at the end of Q2). How did we go from the most dominate I've ever seen a defense in the Saban era and then see Murrary, Lamb, and company turn us into essentially a typical Big 12 defense for the rest of the game? Frustrating