Game Notes: Alabama 38 Florida 10

H ere are the official game notes as Alabama defeats Florida in the Swamp. Alabama improves to 5-0 and Florida drops to 4-1. The notes include the latest on record-setting Trent Richardson and defensive leader Courtney Upshaw.

ALABAMA FOOTBALL POST-GAME NOTES – ALABAMA AT FLORIDA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2011 • BEN HILL GRIFFIN STADIUM AT FLORIDA FIELD • GAINESVILLE, FLA. (courtesy of UA Media Relations)

BEATING THE BEST: With the win over Florida, Alabama is 17-5 against the Associated Press Top 25 over the past three seasons and 9-3 against AP top 10 teams. Alabama went 5-3 against the AP Top 25 last season.

ALABAMA HAS SECOND MOST WINS SINCE 2008: With the win over Florida, Alabama has won 41 games dating back to the start of the 2008 season, which is the second-most in the Football Bowl Subdivision. The Crimson Tide won 12 games in 2008, followed that with a perfect 14-0 record in 2009 and a 10-3 mark in 2010. Alabama is one win back of Boise State, with 42 wins. The Tide has the most victories of any team that plays in a BCS conference.

ALABAMA CONTINUES ROAD SUCCESS: Alabama’s win over Florida continued a trend of road success by the Crimson Tide in recent seasons. Including the win over the Gators, Alabama has a 13-2 mark in true road games since 2008. The Tide posted a 3-2 mark last season on the heels of identical 4-0 records in 2008 and 2009. Alabama has outscored its opponents 459-234 over that span. In all games away from Tuscaloosa since 2008, Alabama is 17-4, including a 9-4 mark against ranked opponents.

ALABAMA UNDER SABAN IN OCTOBER: Alabama has been very successful in the second month of the season under head coach Nick Saban. Now in his fifth season at Alabama, the Crimson Tide sports a 14-1 record in October. Over that span the Crimson Tide has outscored its opponents 376-208 and is 5-1 against ranked opponents. The only October loss under Saban was at No. 19 South Carolina on Oct. 9, 2010. The loss against the Gamecocks broke an 11-game winning streak. Alabama has won its last three games in October since that loss.

TIDE 43-3 UNDER SABAN WHEN LEADING AT THE HALF: The Crimson Tide is 43-3 when leading at halftime under head coach Nick Saban.

FINISHING IN THE FOURTH QUARTER: After letting three games slip away in the fourth quarter last season, Alabama put an emphasis on finishing strong in 2011. That emphasis has paid dividends so far with an impressive edge in the fourth quarter. The Crimson Tide has outscored its five opponents – including three top-25 teams – by a margin of 45-8 in the fourth quarter while outgaining its opposition 639 yards to just 59 yards on the ground, a difference of 580 yards.

DEFENSE
NON-OFFENSIVE TDs IN THE SABAN ERA: Courtney Upshaw’s 45-yard interception return in the second period was Alabama’s second interception return of the 2011 season, and the second in two weeks along with DeQuan Menzie’s 25-yard interception return for a score last week against Arkansas. The score tonight was Alabama’s third non-offensive touchdown of 2011 and the 23rd overall since the Nick Saban Era began in 2007. Since Saban took over as Alabama head coach, the Crimson Tide has garnered 23 non-offensive touchdowns including 10 interception returns, 7 punt returns, 3 kickoff returns, 2 fumble returns and 1 blocked punt return for a touchdown.

NON-OFFENSIVE TDs IN THE SABAN ERA
2011 – 2 INT, 0 KOR, 1 PR, 0 FR
2010 – 2 INT, 1 KOR, 0 PR, 0 FR, 1 BkPR
2009 – 2 INT, 2 KOR, 1 PR, 1 FR
2008 – 4 INT, 0 KOR, 4 PR, 1 FR
2007 – 0 INT, 0 KOR, 1 PR, 0 FR

Totals – 10 INT, 2 FR, 3 KOR, 7 PR, 1 BkPR

UPSHAW TAKES IT TO THE HOUSE: Alabama linebacker Courtney Upshaw intercepted his first career pass and took it 45 yards to give Alabama a 17-10 lead at the 12:57 mark in the second quarter. The interception return for a touchdown is the second in as many weeks as DeQuan Menzie scored on a pick against Arkansas (Sept. 24). The touchdown is the second for Upshaw for his career as he took a fumble 45 yards to paydirt at Kentucky (Oct. 3, 2009).

UPSHAW LEADS DEFENSE: Alabama linebacker Courtney Upshaw led the Crimson Tide defense on Saturday. Upshaw intercepted a pass for a touchdown, totaled 4 tackles, including 3 for a losses of 21 yards and a sack for a loss of 10 yards.

STOUT DEFENSE: The Alabama defense once again turned in a strong defensive effort in the win over Florida. The Crimson Tide held the Gators to 222 total yards (15 rushing, 207 passing) on Saturday night. The 15 rushing yards was the lowest total for the Gators in series history. In Saban’s 59-game tenure at Alabama, the Crimson Tide has limited the opposition to less than 300 yards of total offense 34 times, or 57 percent of the time. The Tide has not allowed more than 251 yards (Penn State) in a single game this season and has twice limited the opponent to less than 200 yards (Kent State – 90 yards; North Texas – 169 yards).

10 POINTS OR LESS: Alabama held Florida to just 10 points Saturday night. Under Saban, the Crimson Tide has held opponents to 10 points or less 27 times including three times in five games this season. Last season Alabama held opponents to 10 points or less eight times and limited opponents to that mark seven times in 2009 and 2008. In 2007, the Tide posted two games in which it held opponents to that mark. Since 2007, Alabama has held opponents to 10 points or less 26 times and less than a touchdown 12 times.

FIRST HALF DEFENSE: Alabama allowed 10 points in the first half of the Florida game, snapping a nine-game streak of allowing seven points or less in the first half. The Crimson Tide had surrendered three points or less six times over that span, including three first half shutouts.

3 – LSU (Nov. 6, 2010)
3 – Mississippi State (Nov. 13, 2010)
7- Georgia State (Nov. 18, 2010)
7- Auburn (Nov. 26, 2010)
0- Michigan State (Jan. 1, 2011)
0- Kent State (Sept. 3, 2011)
3- Penn State (Sept. 10, 2011)
0- North Texas (Sept. 17, 2011)
7- Arkansas (Sept. 24, 2011)

GROUND DEFENSE: Keeping opposing running backs under 100 yards is nothing new for the Crimson Tide. Alabama has surrendered just nine individual 100-yard rushing games dating back to the 2005 season (84 games), a mark that ranks second nationally behind Boston College. Since head coach Nick Saban arrived in 2007 (59 games), Alabama has allowed four players to rush for 100 yards in a game: Tennessee’s Tauren Poole (117 yards), Mississippi’s BenJarvus Green-Ellis (131 yards), Houston’s Anthony Alridge (100 yards) and Arkansas’ Darren McFadden (195 yards).

NOWHERE TO RUN: Alabama held Florida to 15 rushing yards on 29 carries in the victory tonight. In Saban’s 59-game tenure at Alabama, the Crimson Tide has limited the opposition to less than 100 rushing yards 36 times, or 60 percent of the time. The 15 yards on the ground by Florida marks the fourth time this season the opposition has been held under 100 yards.

OFFENSE
RICHARDSON SETS CAREER BEST: Alabama junior running back Trent Richardson had a career game against Florida. Richardson set a single-game best with 181 yards on the strength of a career-high 29 carries. His previous best came this season against North Texas (Sept. 17) when he ran for 167 yards on 11 carries. The 181 yards is the most by an Alabama back against Florida in the series history, surpassing Billy Jackson’s 147 yards against the Gators in 1978.

RICHARDSON HAVING BIG YEAR: Richardson recorded his fourth straight 100-yard rushing game in the SEC road matchup at Florida. He is in the top 20 on the Alabama career rushing yard list with 2,073 yards to rank 14th in Alabama history. Richardson leads the Crimson Tide with 622 yards and 10 rushing touchdowns (11 total touchdowns). Richardson is the 16th Alabama back to surpass 2,000 yards rushing in a career.

RICHARDSON ON RECORD PACE: Alabama junior running back Trent Richardson has been scoring touchdowns at an alarming rate to start the 2011 season. In just five games, Richardson has found the end zone 11 times. Richardson opened the year with three touchdowns against Kent State and followed that up with two more at Penn State. Richardson scored three touchdowns for Alabama against North Texas and added another against Arkansas. With the two scores against Florida, Richardson pushes his career total to 24 touchdowns on the ground and 30 overall. The 30 touchdowns (24 rush, 5 rec., 1 ret.) ranks tied for fifth with Bobby Marlow (1950-52) on the Alabama career list. Shaun Alexander is the all-time leader at Alabama with 50 career touchdowns.

RICHARDSON HAMMERS HIS WAY PAST 100: Junior running back Trent Richardson has rushed for over 100 yards in the past four games, turning in a two-touchdown, 111-yard outing at Happy Valley against Penn State followed by a 167-yard, three-touchdown performance against North Texas and a 126-yard effort vs. Arkansas. He totaled 181 yards and two touchdowns at Florida on Saturday. Richardson also went over the century mark at Tennessee in 2010 (119 yards), vs. Penn State in 2010 (144 yards), vs. Florida International in 2009 (118 yards) and against Texas in the BCS National Championship Game.

FIRST POSSESSION SCORES: For the third time this season Alabama scored on its first possession with the Jeremy Shelley 32-yard field goal. The only game thus far in 2011 the Crimson Tide has not scored on its first possession was at Penn State on Sept. 10. Alabama opened the season with a touchdown against Kent State (Sept. 4), kicked a field goal against North Texas (Sept. 18) and scored a touchdown against Arkansas (Sept. 24).

100-YARD RUSHERS AND RECEIVERS: Thirty-one times in 29 different games Alabama has had rushers exceed 100 yards and the Tide has had 15 100-yard receivers in 15 games since head coach Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa. Former running back Mark Ingram recorded 12 100-yard rushing games during his career, while junior Trent Richardson has eight 100-yard rushing efforts and sophomore Eddie Lacy has produced two. Under Saban, Alabama has gone 28-1 in those 29 games that produced a 100-yard rusher. Marquis Maze (1) and Trent Richardson (1) are the only current players with a 100-yard receiving games.

ALABAMA-FLORIDA SERIES
ALABAMA-FLORIDA SERIES: Alabama and Florida met for the 37th time Saturday. With the win, the Crimson Tide hold a 22-14 (23-14 without NCAA vacation in 2005) edge in the series.

SERIES RECORDS BY SITES: Alabama and Florida have met at six different sites since the first meeting in 1916. The Crimson Tide owns a 11-2 lead in games played in the state of Florida, including an 9-2 mark in Gainesville. Florida’s only wins against Alabama in Gainesville came in 1991 (35-0) and 2006 (28-13). Alabama and Florida have played 19 times in the state of Alabama, where the Tide holds a slight 10-9 advantage as well as a 6-5 mark in Tuscaloosa. UF won three of the five meetings played at Legion Field in Birmingham. Alabama won two of the three games contested in Montgomery. Florida has won three of the five SEC Championship games played in Atlanta.

DAVID BAILEY – CAPTAIN OF THE 1971 CRIMSON TIDE: David Bailey, co-captain of Alabama’s 1971 SEC champion football team, died on Saturday of cancer. He led the Crimson Tide in receiving all three seasons of his varsity career at The Capstone, spanning the years 1969 through 1971. Bailey also ended his career as the Alabama record holder for receptions (132), receiving yards (1,857) and receiving touchdowns (13). A first-team All-SEC selection in 1971, Bailey posted five 100-yard receiving games at Alabama highlighted by a 187-yard outing against Alabama in 1969. Bailey’s 12 catches in a single game, set against Tennessee in both 1969 and 1970, stood as an Alabama single-game mark for catches until 2010.

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  1. Crimsonite October 1, 2011 at 11:04 pm #

    I told you phuckers what the score would be. I’m probably the only one in the United States who predicted a more than 14 point win and meant it. If you didn’t put $50,000 on it well then I’m sorry for the struggle to make ends meet you’ll still have for the rest of your life. Maybe next time you’ll listen. Bwaa haww haww! RTR!

  2. WhoreEagle October 2, 2011 at 7:39 am #

    Great win. Other than LSU, not sure who is going to challenge us. Maybe, Tennessee plays over their heads and gives us a game ?

    • DAMAGE INC. October 2, 2011 at 10:45 am #

      Watching LSWho struggling with Kentucky Saturday morning — I really believe we can beat LSWho — I know they’ll give it their all due to them probably being undefeated coming in, but after what I saw in the swamp(ass) — we’ll be aiight ;) RTR.

      • The Flash October 2, 2011 at 12:27 pm #

        Yea struggling 35-7 while resting our two starting running backs and some of our starters most of the game knowing Kentucky was no threat and Florida was coming in next week.

        • DAMAGE INC. October 2, 2011 at 1:08 pm #

          I wasn’t aware the B-Team was in — so I’ll re-evaluate

        • DAMAGE INC. October 2, 2011 at 1:15 pm #

          BTW — nice to know the LSU’ers are checking up on us ;)

          • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 6:45 am #

            Yea we have too, in order to keep some of you bamers (not necessarily you) grounded in the facts sometimes. Otherwise some of the comments on here get rather delusional.

    • The Flash October 2, 2011 at 12:17 pm #

      No body but LSU on your schedule will challenge you, because ya’ll have one of the weakest schedules. Your OOC games are a joke! And don’t even talk about Penn State they are a joke living off their past reputation.

      • DAMAGE INC. October 2, 2011 at 1:23 pm #

        Jealousy — don’t get mad at the fans – we didn’t schedule Penn State – our AD did

        Be glad your LSWho team has played good teams because as a fan, probably meant a little more

        Most Alabama fans I know and myself actually are quite sick of the North Texas’s, Kent State’s, Georgia Southern’s — those kind of games — people are getting tired of paying money for cupcake games — there’s no excitement in blowing teams out by 50 points or more — sure it’s good for back-ups and the starters — but nobody is “pumped” when North Texas comes to Tuscaloosa —

        Another topic, the doormat of the league, Vanderbilt — so much money is loss when a team has to travel to that high school stadium — Vandy is NOT accepted in the SEC. Give us Georgia Tech back for christ sakes!

      • 13andcounting October 2, 2011 at 3:16 pm #

        after having played 6 teams with bye weeks last year before we played them so drop the weak scedule stuff. who has lsu played. kentucky ,miss st.,oregon cant beat any of the good sec teams so we are about even

        • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 7:03 am #

          Really 13andcounting! Really! Well if San Jose State, Duke, Georgia State and an over rated unranked at the end of the year Penn State team did in fact have bye weeks before you played them, that’s still a weak ass schedule. You basically could say the week you played them you had the week off. And Alabamer had the week off before the LSU game last year and two extra days before the Auburn game last year (since you played the powerfull Georgia State team (LOL) on a Thursday night) and you lost both of those games. What’s your excuse for that?

          Damage Inc., this is what I am talking about when I say you have to keep some of the bamer fans grounded in facts.

  3. Crimsonite October 2, 2011 at 10:53 am #

    Oooohhh, you have got to read Mike Bianchi’s column on Alabama and Darth Saban in the Orlando Sentinal! You’ve simply got to read it! If you have to kill your Mother, you have to read it! He should get the Pulitzer Sports Prize. But don’t read it anywhere near Bryce Hospital. When they find you rolling on the floor cackling uncontrolably and slobbering all over yourself they will lock you in a padded room and shoot you up with Thorazine. It’s that funny. Wish I could linK it but I’m on my cell phone. There is a link on al.com under “What they are saying about Alabama and Florida”. Good luck. New Orleans here we come! And we don’t need the God thing, magic, abnormal luck or voodoo to get by 7 opponents like that East Alabama Cow College did last year either. We never should have let their azz go to Phoenix. RTR!

  4. DAMAGE INC. October 2, 2011 at 11:06 am #

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/college/gators/os-game-story-florida-alabama-football-1002-20111001,0,3747482.story

    Brantley being injured by the Alabama Crimson Tide!!! RTR!

    Class is out of session ;)

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 7:12 am #

      Damage Inc.
      I don’t know if “Class is out or not” but posting and bragging about a player being injured by your team is Classless that’s for sure.

      • BamaBrando October 3, 2011 at 8:10 am #

        One thing is for sure, Bama softened up Florida for LSU, and after LSU gets done with them, they play Auburn at Auburn. So you are welcome, LSU and Auburn. But you are the teams Bama is looking for this year. Everyone seems to think Bama and LSU are even, and it is going to be close. I don’t think it will. I think Bama wins against LSU and Auburn this season, maybe slightly below their average of beating people by 32 points. So enjoy your number one ranking for four more weeks, LSU. Bama is going to take it from you by force.

        • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 4:25 pm #

          Thank you BamaBrando,
          We will enjoy it and if by chance Alabama takes it from us by earning it on the field Nov. 5th, then you will deserve it. And I will tell you to enjoy it and defend it well and just hope and pray that you won’t have to meet LSU and Les Miles in the National Championship Game in New Orleans.

      • DAMAGE INC. October 7, 2011 at 3:26 pm #

        Again — CLASS IS OUT OF SESSION — I don’t care about being classy and LSU DAMN SURE isn’t a classy fan base — even YOU have to admit that!

        I am an Alabama Crimson Tide fan. I want you to hate me 365/24/7 — it’s as simple as that. I want to be part of a team as a fan that every team despises and hates playing.

        Just remember — this is a fact — we got Florida REAL soft for you in Dumb Valley.

  5. bamabino October 2, 2011 at 11:17 am #

    Awesome!

  6. Fat_Die October 2, 2011 at 2:08 pm #

    I didnt know LSU schedule was so tough this year. Cmon Flash, you have to be smarter than you seem. You must be a LSU grad or are presently attending or maybe you work in janitorial dept?

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 9:01 am #

      Fat_Die,
      Lets see you’re so smart you tell us whose OCC schedule is tougher so far this year. LSU’s, who has played Oregon 4-1, currently ranked No. 9 in the nation, at a neutral site, Northwestern State 2-3 unranked, and West Virgina 4-1, currently ranked No. 16 in the nation, in Morgantown, generally considered a tough place to play even without Gameday on campus to whip their fans and crowd into a frenzy. Or Alabamer’s, who has played Kent State 1-4, unranked, at home, Penn State 4-1, and currently unranked, in “Happy Valley”, and North Texas 1-4, currently unranked, at home. So Fat_Die YOU may not consider LSU’s schedule tough this year, but even a genius like you must admit it’s tougher than Alabamers’, right? I hope you’re an Alabamer grad because I want to hear an intelligent answere to that question.

      And as for your comment about working in the janitorial dept., I’m sure Alabama dosen’t even have a janitorial dept. because its not necessary with nothing but smart people like you who thinks their crap doesn’t stink. Maybe next time you go into a clean facility on the Alabama campus, if you’ve even ever been on the campus, you will thank a janitorial worker and apologize for denigrating them with your comments.

      • BamaBrando October 3, 2011 at 11:32 am #

        LSU isn’t as impressive on offense as Bama has been. Bama has the best rushing game and offensive line in the SEC right now. Defense? LSU has given up a lot more yardage than Bama so far. LSU is pretty opportunistic on defense that is for sure. But Bamas defense looks to be more dominant and physical, and has more depth. You argument about the quality of opponents is thin. Bama has played 3 ranked teams as well. LSUs offense only scored 17 points on Kentucky? Bamas offense scored 31 on a pretty good Florida defense in the Swamp. The only way LSU beats Bama this year is if their defense can score 21+ points. Bama hasn’t given up a pick 6 in 4 YEARS. But it is probably a moot point if Richardson gets going on LSU.

        • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 12:21 pm #

          Hey BamaBrando,
          Do you just make up facts to fit your arguments?
          LSU’s offense only scored 17 points on Kentucky? Since the defense only scored 7 and the special teams didn’t score any, where did the other 11 points come from?

          • BamaBrando October 3, 2011 at 2:36 pm #

            Oh, i am sorry. LSU offense only scored 24 points against lowly Kentucky. That makes a huge difference right there. Kentucky has a pretty good defense, much better than Floridas i would think, since they weren’t any good after the Bama game.

            My point is still the same: Bama has a better offense than LSU. Bama has a better defense than LSU. It will be settled on the field Nov. 5.

            You want to act like Bama hasn’t done anything comparable to LSU, and I am not alone in thinking Bama has, and looks more impressive this season. But hang on to number one just a bit longer. This Bama team is plenty good enough to take it from you.

        • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 3:43 pm #

          BamaBrando,
          I never said Kentucky had a better defense than Kentucky, in fact I didn’t say anything about LSU and Kentucky except to correct your misstatemetn. And I never said Bama hasn’t done anything comparable to LSU. You are now making up things that I said like you made up facts about the Kentucky/LSU game. I’ve done nothing but state facts here, you are the one spouting off your opinions as if they are facts and as if everybody suscribes to that same thinking. For example you say, as if its fact and not your biased opnion, that “Bama has a better offense than LSU. Bama has a better defense than LSU”.

          Well here is what an unbiased professinoal sports writer for ESPN that covers college football for a living says:

          “I honestly don’t know who would win if they played right now at a neutral site. I believe Alabama to be the most physical team in the league, but LSU’s speed, athleticism and depth on defense is staggering.

          Both defenses are suffocating. LSU might be a little bit better and a little bit deeper on the defensive line. Alabama, though, is better at linebacker, and the two defensive backfields might have six or seven future NFL players between them.

          Obviously, it’s not going to be played at a neutral site. It’s going to be played in Tuscaloosa, which means Alabama will be favored.

          Again, though, the game’s not going to be played until Nov. 5, and all that matters is how the teams play on that day, how healthy they are at that point and where they are from a wear and tear standpoint.

          Both teams have byes the week before the game, which should help. But LSU’s schedule the next three weeks is clearly more demanding than what Alabama faces.

          The Tigers face Florida at home this Saturday, then travel to Tennessee before coming back home to play Auburn.

          The Crimson Tide get Vanderbilt at home this weekend, go on the road to face Ole Miss and then return home to face Tennessee. ”

          Unlike you BamaBrando (and most Bamer fans), I have never claimed/bragged that LSU was going to win this game, but I have also never said they wouldn’t. Its college football, played by 18-21 year olds, you never know what is going to happen. I just state facts and let the teams decide thing on the field.That way I never have to eat words like most Bamer fans had to do last year, and I see you/them doing the same thing this year.

          Have a great day!

  7. Crimsonite October 2, 2011 at 3:22 pm #

    Dumbazz dipshyt Corndog. You don’t think Florida was resting their starters last week against Kentucky when they stomped them what was it 48-3 with Bama coming up? Much worse beatdown than you gave them and you got them all beat to shyt just like we’re giving you the Gayturds all beatup with no QB. LSWho is overrated. Will be a beatdown of epic proportions in T-Town Nov. 5th. Here are the current BCS rankings compiled without the Harris Poll or Wolfe or Anderson computers which don’t report until Oct. 16. Two polls that don’t count are AP – Bama #2 and Legends – Bama #1. Official BCS polls reporting today: USA Coaches – Bama #2, Sagarin -Bama #1, Massey – Bama #1, Colley – Bama #1, Billingsley – Bama #2, Officially unofficial BCS rankings compiled with the above currently reporting polls and computers – Bama #1. Official rankings will be released in 2 weeks when the other 3 sources report. But Bama will definitely be #1. Read it and weep Corndogs. RTR!

    • CRIMSON HAMMAH October 2, 2011 at 4:18 pm #

      TOLD YA LSU WAS HYPE 533 YDS TO BIG EAST WEST VA…OUTGAINED AGAIN AS DID OREGON – LSU NICE LITTLE MIDDLEWEIGHT…MISS ST HYPE HARD TO LET GO…DID NOT GET A SNIFFLE ON WV QB…KY Q B DUMB AS RELF

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 8:23 am #

      Crimsonite,
      Can you talk intelligent without using language your mother wouldn’t approve of (that’s a big assumption on my part} and calling people names? Alabama may or may not be ranked 1st or 2nd when the BCS poll comes out next week but without the Harris Poll, which counts for one third of the BCS calculation, who really knows and what does it matter anyway. If you know so much and you think Alabama will be number 1 who do you thin will be no. 2? Couldn’t be LSU could it? Lets see, Alabama has had the number one ranked recruiting class 3 out of the 4 last years, and you have the greatest coach in college football history (according to Alabama fans), yet LSU with les talent and it’s clown and bafoon of a coach(according to Paul Finebaum and Alabama fans), and its corndog fans (whatever the hell that intelligent comment means), is currently ranked no. 1 in the AP poll and tied for no. 2 with Alabama in the coaches poll. How can that be? And with all that talent, including the returning Heisman Trophy winner, which Coach and team had the better SEC and overall record last year, Alabama and CNS or LSU and that “Clown” of a coach? Crimsonite figure that out since you’ve already got the BCS poll figured out.

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 8:36 am #

      Crimsonite,
      Just did a little research and Wall Mart stores sell significantly more corndogs in its Alabama locataions than it does in Louisiana! I guess that makes you number one in that poll also and gives you something else to brag about! Now go print a T-Shirt! LMAO!

  8. Pluto October 2, 2011 at 4:10 pm #

    Look. Nothing will make these haters happy. Only beating their asses each week – and hurting – injuring – their players – will do the deal. What you are starting to hear and see is a fear – that this Alabama Team is going to destroy their ball clubs. The Auburn game is now a great blessing in hindsight. There will be no mercy. One game at a time. Hell hath no fury. We are coming.

    • CRIMSON HAMMAH October 2, 2011 at 4:24 pm #

      FL LED SEC IN ALL OFFENSIVE CATEGORIES AND TOPS IN NATION UNTIL THEY PLAYED ALABAMA – SELAH

  9. Crimsonite October 2, 2011 at 5:07 pm #

    Absolutely Pluto. What happened at the beggining of the game had nothing to do with the quality of our defense. It was caused by a flawed gameplan that assummed Brantley can’t throw for dick. Luckily those 3 or 4 easy passes he got did nothing more than piss off our defense. BAD thing to do. Cause after adjustments were made Florida gained only about 85 yards during the next 45 minutes, includig 15 minutes with Brantey still at QB. Is there any sane person who believes LSU who gave up 400+ yards to Oregon and 550 yards to WVU and who only averages 350 yards a game on offense, is really any better than Arkansas or Florida? Please! They may not even score on us. And maybe Arky doesn’t have a run defense but Florida damn sure does. It held Tennessee and Kentucky to nearly 0 yards rushing and WAS ranked higher than LSU’s. This team is a freaking monster. Only Wisconsin looks similarly devastating. We are going to cripple some more teams this year. That poor backup QB looked like a deer caught in thE headlights.

  10. Crimsonite October 2, 2011 at 5:22 pm #

    HAMMAH, that’s not quite accurate concerning Florida’s O, but it’s close enough for government work. I got sad news for the Corndog nation. Bama is going to do the same thing to them that we did to Penn St, Arkansas and Florida. Even Pat “The Pimp” Dye thinks so. He’s the Legends spokesperson now and voted Bama #1 in the Legends Poll. Hell, if Awbies drunken, lecherous, cheater thinks so then it has to be true! Bwaa haww haww! RTR!

  11. Crimsonite October 2, 2011 at 6:12 pm #

    Love what Vlachos said to reporters when they kept harping on Harvin and Florida’s other race cars. He sent them a message. “Tell them to bring their players and we’ll bring ours and we’ll see what happens”. Yep! And how about Julio. 11 receptions for 127 yards. Wow! RTR!

  12. Crimsonite October 2, 2011 at 7:47 pm #

    Just saw where the first Coaches Poll was printed wrong and that we fell behind LSU to #3. Some serious chickenshyt jealousy going on with the coaches, or a litlle ratfink phaggot tampering with the votes? Let’s see, LSU beats a worthless piece of shyt Kentucky team 37-7 who was half beat to death by Florida last week. Florida beat that Kentucky team 48-3 and we curb stomped that same #12 ranked Florida team at their place 38-10. But we lost ground to LSU. Uh huh. Something is rotten in Denmark or somebody has lost their phucking minds. I’ll wager both. Gaddamn it’s gonna be an orgasmic night when we stomp the ever lovin shyt out of those phucking Corndogs. RTR!

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 8:28 am #

      Aww Crimsonite,
      Somebody doesn’t agree with your assesment and you throw a cursing temper tantrum! Poor baby! How old are you 6?

      • WhoreEagle October 3, 2011 at 8:39 am #

        Flash…..Where the hell did you come from? Since you are new here, you should wait awhile before talking trash. As of right now, you are just a simple troll.

        • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 9:05 am #

          WhoreEagle,
          You think that is talking trash? You obviously haven’t been here awhile either or read some of the things these people write if you think what anything I said is considereed trash.

  13. Pluto October 3, 2011 at 12:56 am #

    I will tell the haters – phuck you. It is being decided on the field. You are going to be whipped and taken out. The proof – is the body of work so far. There are a few scores to be settled. One game at a time.

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 8:30 am #

      Because you weren’t good enough to beat them without a score to settle last year? Is that what you are saying Pluto?

      • DAMAGE INC. October 7, 2011 at 3:30 pm #

        Who gives a sh|t about LAST year? This is 2011 (L)fla(S)h(U) — I don’t know any fan who cares about what happened the year before — well I take that back — now that I think of it — there are a few dwellers — but they represent 001.0% — that’s for damn sure.

        Can’t wait to destroy your “chance” in Tuscaloosa with you and your Les than Mild head coach. Middle fingers ablazing.

        “W”

  14. Crimsonite October 3, 2011 at 8:53 am #

    Oh we were good enough dude. We ended the season just like we began this one as the best team in the country. You just like Awbie who stomped your azzes last year and then needed the help of God or whoever those shytheads pray to to eek out an undeserved win over us were better than us on 1 day. We would have won 9 out of 10 against you both. We had too many great athletes who thought they could sleep their way to the NC last year. This is basically thr same team all grown up. And Flash you retarded piece of shyt. You people were the ones running your mouth about being #1. So I’m telling you that you’re #1 in a meaningless poll and we’re #1 in the early BCS poll. So now I’m stupid for quoting a poll that presently means nothing? What a dork. But you’re damn right it means nothing. Nov 5th will mean something though. When Jarrett has his azz planted trying to pass and Jefferson has his legs broken trying to run you’ll play hell winning any more games this year. RTR.

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 9:21 am #

      Crimsonite,
      You say you ended the season just like you began this one as the best team in the nation? In whose delusional mind besides yours? I believe Auburn ended the season with the Trophy presented to the team considered the best team in the country by obviously everyone but you. And I believe this season began with Oklahoma as the team considered the best, at least by the voters in the AP poll and the coaches poll and most every other preseason poll. But I guess you had the BCS poll figured out in the preseason.

      There is no early BCS poll you ignorant moron, and you prove are with that statement.

      And as for as your comments as to how you are going to break all the bones of all our players and rape abuse all our women and children…..Bla, bla, bla, we heard all this same BS before last years game also.

  15. Crimsonite October 3, 2011 at 9:43 am #

    Actually we’re glad to see you over here Flash. Don’t get many Corndogs on CR. But don’t even think this is a free ride dude. You come to a Bama site and run your mouth about LSWho and believe me you’re gonna go home limping. Can’t believe you don’t know the most distastful nickname other SEC fans have you LSWho fans. Are you an imposter? Maybe a Barnturd or UcheaT fan in Corndog clothing since they don’t have a team they can talk about? Everybody knows that LSWho is the only school in the SEC – and probably the world, which has Corndogs at their gameday tailgating. Everybody else has chicken, steak, ribs, hamburgers, roasts, etc. In case you’re interested, it’s a pretty low blow to call an LSWho fan a Corndog. Hence, Welcome Corndog! Bwaa haww haww! RTR!

  16. The Flash October 3, 2011 at 12:00 pm #

    Crimsonite,
    If corndog is “the most distastful nickname” you can come up with to call me, I’ll take it you ignorant inbred redneck moron.

    If you think you are going to convince anybody that LSU fans and Louiaiana people can’t cook and have corndogs at their tailgating parties, then you either don’t get out much to away games or don’t read much (I know that is presumptous on my part to think that you can even read). So I have posted a few links here for you (maybe you can get your mommy to read them to you) that rate and rank the best tailgaiting all across America. If you can’t read nor get anybody to read them to you, just know that what they all have in common is LSU ranked in the top three in every one of them (No. 1 in several) and Alabama is not ranked in the top 10 in any of them (hell even Auburn managed do that). So Crimsonite maybe you should bring some corndogs to you next tailgate party. LOL!

    Come on man get out of here with that week ass “corndog” crap, get some game man. Even Coach Nick Saban would be dissapointed if “corndog” was the best you could do. LMAO

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/TRAVEL/11/12/top.tailgating.towns/index.html

    http://www.totalprosports.com/2010/08/31/9-of-the-greatest-college-stadiums-for-tailgating/

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/367553-the-10-best-pre-game-and-tailgating-experiences-in-college-football

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/09/03/college-football-tailgating-spots_n_705273.html#s134658&title=Louisiana_State_University

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/654334-college-football-tailgating-the-25-best-dishes-from-around-the-country

    http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/18161

    http://www.fanblogs.com/ncaa/005389.php

    http://espn.go.com/espn/thelife/news/story?id=3037293

  17. Crimsonite October 3, 2011 at 3:34 pm #

    Real funny little Tony The Tiger dude. Sorry, but I’ll stick with Corndog cause all real LSWho fans knows exactly what it means. It even got me banned from your facist Rivals board for using it just once. And no the Barnturds did not win anything last year, they bought it. And yes all the sports writers around the country said after we seal clubbed Big 10 champion Michigan St that if Bama had played that way all year they would be the National Champions. You see dumbazz that was the ONLY game of the year when we were completely healthy on the offensive line. And we still did it without our best safety Mark Barron. And I never said anything about the quality of tailgating. I said fartface that LSWho has corndogs at the tailgating partys. And as far as who has the best, well that’s a matter of opinion and opinions are like azzholes, everybody has one. But everybody knows how much fun the game day experience at LSWho is. Why not. What’s better than 70,000 drunken, rowdy, coonasses and their 20,000 coonass whores

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 4:17 pm #

      Hey Crimsonite – it’s your corndog buddy,
      As to your statement that :Auburn didn’t win anything they bought it” excuse, prove it. The NCAA couldn’t prove it, Missippippi State couldn’t prove it, Danny Sheridan couldn’t prove it, but if you can prove it do so. Until then accept your loss to them like LSU and everybody else and quit whinning about like a little bitch. I don’t think Cam Newton had anything to do with stuffing Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson, Greg McElroy and Julio Jones in the second half, do you?

      And as to your statement “… if Bama had played that way all year they would be the National Champions”, well if you aunt had balls(and maybe she does if you do live in Alabama) she would be your uncle! LMAO

      And I tailgated at every LSU home game, except 4, over the last 33 years, and I have never once seen anybody have corndogs at their tailgate party, but I know this, if they did they would probably be some kind of gourmet corndog dreamed up by Chefs Paul Prudhomme, Emeril Lagasse or John Besh with some Louisiana delacacy such as crawfish, crabmeat, boudin, or andouille. But if you really ever did go to an LSU game a saw a regular corndog, what’s the big deal kids love them. I know I liked to eat them when I was a kid. Just because maybe some of you inbred bamers do obscene things with your corndogs when nobody is looking, thats between you, your butthole or you and your uncledaddy!

    • The Flash October 3, 2011 at 4:34 pm #

      And to answer your question Crimsonite as to “What’s better than 70,000 drunken, rowdy, coonasses and their 20,000 coonass whores”? I’m sure to you nothing is probably better than that except mabye an orgy of 80,000 inbred rednecks in Tuscalooser eating possum stew or some other redneck roadkill food. Especially if you get to sleep with your sister again! Right, Crimsonite?

  18. The Flash October 4, 2011 at 12:53 pm #

    What’s the matter Crimsonite your mama take away your computer privilages?

  19. Crimsonite October 4, 2011 at 7:42 pm #

    Never said Louisiana doesn’t have awesome food, and that’s assuming people other than from Louisiana like overly spiced food that’s a mix of 1/3 Mexican, 1/3 Frenchy and 1/3 African cuisine. And don’t think Louisiana has the damn patent on that type of food. In fact I think Bayou La Batre, Alabama existed before anybody ever found Louisiana over there in the swamps. And I wasn’t making dumbazzed jokes about whores like you did. I lived in Louisiana – Thibodeaux, Morgan city, Houma, New Orleans, Kenner and Algiers for many years, and my Dick can verify that Louisiana girls are the easiest lays in the country. Bwaa haww haww! Well some dumbazz had corndogs at least once and in the Kill your sister SEC football that’s all it took. You’re forevermore the Corndogs! Bwaa haww haww! RTR!

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