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    The rout is on!

    Just win Phin baby!
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    Congrats. I'm not a fan of the coach as a person, and I'm indifferent toward the program, but the style of play is a joy to watch. In fact, it's by far the saving characteristic on any level of football right now. Imagine if Saban were in the NFL and a tinkerbell program like Oregon were playing for titles? That would be unbearable, in conjunction with what the NFL has turned into.

    You have to credit Alabama's success with meaner looking numerals on the helmets, and a more aggressive elephant.

    I still hate the idea of losing at home and making the title game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsi Dooger View Post
    Congrats. I'm not a fan of the coach as a person, and I'm indifferent toward the program, but the style of play is a joy to watch. In fact, it's by far the saving characteristic on any level of football right now. Imagine if Saban were in the NFL and a tinkerbell program like Oregon were playing for titles? That would be unbearable, in conjunction with what the NFL has turned into.

    You have to credit Alabama's success with meaner looking numerals on the helmets, and a more aggressive elephant.

    I still hate the idea of losing at home and making the title game.
    this, and only this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike13 View Post
    Gotta give credit where credit is due, great game by Alabama.
    I wonder if Saban will break Bowden's record.
    Nick doesn't care about Bobby's .....He wants the big one...He wants the Bear's record of 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Namor View Post
    Nick doesn't care about Bobby's .....He wants the big one...He wants the Bear's record of 6.
    That is very much possible, I think the biggest threat to that would be Johnny Football.
    Once Dmac is drafted a Dmac Jersey will spontaneously materialize in the closet of each and every Dolfan...

    ...and not that replica crap either...
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=DolfanDave=- View Post
    this, and only this.
    Losing at home and making the title game is a big problem with you guys huh. So who shouldve went? Kansas St? Get real. Every year its just another excuse for haters to say why Bama shouldnt have been in the game to flex their muscle. Last year it was teams who dont win their conference. This year its losing at home.

    Funny because so many clowns think Oregon could play with Bama. They lost at home this year and failed to win their conference as well.
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    I told everyone who would listen that Bama was going to steam roll ND. I think they proved last night that they are the best team in the land. Really, there are only a handful of teams even close.




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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Losing at home and making the title game is a big problem with you guys huh. So who shouldve went? Kansas St? Get real. Every year its just another excuse for haters to say why Bama shouldnt have been in the game to flex their muscle. Last year it was teams who dont win their conference. This year its losing at home.

    Funny because so many clowns think Oregon could play with Bama. They lost at home this year and failed to win their conference as well.
    That was a pathetic whiff that didn't even address the issue. I've emphasized it and expressed frustration every time the SEC team has been escorted into the title game despite a home loss. You've got to be happily unaware or conveniently biased not to realize what a ridiculous monopoly it has been. Virtually no team has won a national title in decades with a home loss, other than examples from the SEC. The most absurd instances were 2003 LSU and 2008 Florida. Both times the SEC not only had a home loss, but it was a bad home loss. 2003 LSU lost to Florida by 12 at home as a 10 point favorite. 2008 Florida lost at home to Mississippi as a 22 point favorite. In both years those SEC teams were somehow preferred above USC, despite USC's one loss being on the road. In 1978 Alabama lost badly at home to USC then somehow shared the title with USC, which ended up with one loss, and on the road. It's an obscene trend, overwhelmingly favoring one conference. LSU 2007 also lost at home. Off the top of my head the only other examples I can think of are Oklahoma in 1975 and 1985. Both Sooner teams lost at home then claimed the title.

    Alabama the past two years got away with a late season home defeat, after other teams collapsed subsequently. Some home and some road. I never doubted Alabama's caliber but I'm disgusted at both the polls and BCS formula for the low level of penalization of a home defeat as opposed to a road loss.

    This is a great Alabama run but you can't get too carried away in all time terms, considering two consecutive seasons with a home loss. Anybody who doesn't recognize that is in comical denial. History manages to recognize something like that, absent of empty phrases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticophin View Post
    Halftime blowout...´Bama looks eerily NFLish vs. a pedestrian Irish who really only have Eifert...Congrats in advance TedSlimm and Namor, greeted you last year, will salute you tonight!!! Have a "Horny Cousin" Brown Ale (or whatever the preferred microbrew is down there) on me!!!
    Notre Dame has a little more than just Eifert. It goes back to the point I always make... if Alabama has a month to prepare and get the players fresh and healthy from the grind of the SEC... it's lights out. I don't care who it is. The proof has already been put forth over and over again... every year.

    You make a good point regarding Bama looking NFLish... the size comes from our mashed 'taters, cornbread, and sweet tea.... the speed from chasing our female cousins around...


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    Quote Originally Posted by TedSlimmJr View Post
    the speed from chasing our female cousins around...
    I suppose that puts you guys one notch higher than West Virginia.

    Female cousins > sisters and farm animals IMO.
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