Somebody was feeling pretty smug about most of his Iron Bowl prediction (we’ll chalk his 30-point margin up to an excess of cheap Thanksgiving port). There’s so much to talk about, from Auburn’s inability to stop the Tide, to Alabama’s unforced errors, to Auburn’s biggest injury being coaching temperament.
Join us for a podcast of joy and excitement!
This is why we love college football. And why we drink ourselves into needing an artificial liver because of college football. What more can we say? It’s all in the podcast audio (above).
If you’re not Alabama, you either lost or won a squeaker this weekend. Let Jeremy and Carey take you through how it all breaks down: from NC State’s adoption of the Adam Griffith School of Field Goals to Mark Richt bringing the “big game” mentality to the U.
Hey, Gus. THIS is how you swap QBs.
— IgnoRants (@IgnoRantTalk) September 5, 2016
This was a great weekend of college football. That is, unless you were an up-and-coming team looking to make a statement (Houston, thanks for being the exception that proves the rule). These teams saw their preseason feel-goods dashed against the cold, wet pavement of reality in week one:
Just to name the big ‘uns. Jeremy and Carey break it all down for you in our big ‘ol Week One Recap show.
(we didn’t bring up numbers in the show, but as of Saturday night, Jeremy was 3-4 on picks, Carey was 5-2)
Let’s face it, the Georgia program reeks of desperation (especially after “mutual parting of the ways” firing of Mark Richt). And why not? We all know that Georgians look down on their border buddy to the west. Atlanta is better than Birmingham, Savannah better than Mobile, the Falcons better than…. HAHAHA! the Falcons suck.
But still, they have a pro team and we don’t (and we don’t want one, dadblamit, despite what a bunch of Birmingham businessmen say). So it must really stick in their craw for teams from Alabama (The Tide, and the Tigers to a lesser extent) to really show them up at the college pigskin game.
So we sat down with Georgia superfan Will Hart to find out his feelings on the State of the Program in Athens. Also in this podcast: