S igning day is here, and we’ll be updating this article throughout the day as Alabama’s commitments for 2012 make it official.

SIGNING DAY!

DB 6'0" 202lbs. Geismer, LA Dutchtown High School

• Consensus five-star prospect and the No. 1 safety in the nation by ESPNU and 247sports.com and a unanimous top player in the state of Louisiana
• Parade All-American
• First-team USA Today High School All-American
• No. 3 prospect nationally by 247sports.com and the No. 6 overall talent by ESPNU
• Starred in the Under Armour All-American Game, recording an interception and keying a goal-line stand
• ESPNU has Collins as the No. 2 overall recruit in the Southeast
• MaxPrep’s Tom Lemming ranks him as the No. 10 overall player and the top safety
• Rivals.com rates him as the No. 17 overall player and the No. 2 safety while Scout.com lists him 20th overall and the No. 2 safety
• No. 3 on the SuperPrep Elite 50 list
• SuperPrep All-American, the publication’s No. 1 defensive back and the top player in Louisiana as well as the SuperPrep Southwest Defensive Player of the Year
• No. 19 on the PrepStar Dream Team
• PrepStar All-American and All-Southeast Region choice
• PrepStar’s No. 1 safety
• No. 3 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• 2012 247sports.com All-American as a defensive back
• Clocked at 4.39 in the 40-yard dash with an astounding 43.5-inch vertical
• Had 34 tackles with four interceptions–two returned for touchdowns on the defensive side of the ball while rushing for 1,218 yards and 21 touchdowns on offense while averaging 13.7 yards per carry
• One of the top players in the country, Collins had his choice of programs from across the nation.

OL 6'5" 292lbs. Ellenwood, GA Cedar Grove High School

• Consensus four-star prospect who is among the best players in the state of Georgia
• Played in the Under Armour All-American Game
• ESPNU rates Greene as the No. 6 offensive tackle nationally and the No. 30 overall prospect in the ESPNU 150
• Ranked as the No. 2 talent in Georgia by ESPNU and is 15th in the ESPNU Southeast 150
• 247sports.com lists him at No. 141 in the Top247 and the site’s No. 17 offensive tackle
• No. 33 offensive tackle by Rivals.com and the No. 20 tackle by Scout.com
• The No. 18 player from Georgia by SuperPrep
• PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection
• Tom Lemming of MaxPreps lists him as one of the top 50 offensive linemen
• No. 93 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• first-team Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State selection in 2010 and 2011
• Chose Alabama over Georgia, Auburn, South Carolina and North Carolina.

ATH 5'10" 192lbs. Baltimore, MD Gilman High School

• Can play wide receiver or defensive back while excelling at punt and kickoff returns
• Clocked at 4.45 in the 40-yard dash with a 37.5-inch vertical leap
• Turned in a great performance at the Under Armour All-America Game
• Parade All-American
• Five-star wide receiver by Scout.com and the No. 45 player in the nation
• Four-star prospect by Rivals.com, 247sports.com and ESPNU
• No. 20 player in the ESPNU 150 and the No. 4 athlete
• Ranked No. 4 in the ESPNU East Region and the No. 2 player in Maryland
• 247sports.com rates him as the No. 8 athlete and No. 76 in the Top247
• Tabbed by 247sports.com as the state’s No. 3 talent
• No. 79 in the Rivals100
• Rivals.com lists him as the No. 6 athlete nationally and the third-best player in Maryland
• SuperPrep All-American who is ranked 46th on the publication’s Elite 50 list
• No. 3 athlete nationally by SuperPrep and the No. 4 player in Maryland
• PrepStar All-American and All-Atlantic Region choice
• 2011 Maryland Gatorade Player of the Year
• No. 76 in Tom Lemmings Top 100 nationally and the No. 7 athlete
• Consensus All-State player as a junior and senior
• Baltimore Sun All-Metro team in 2010 and 2011
• Baltimore Sun 2011 Metro Offensive Player of the Year
• Accounted for 2,365 all-purpose yards as a senior with 24 touchdowns while recording five interceptions on the defensive side of the ball
• Chose Alabama over Virginia Tech, Auburn, Ohio State and Maryland.

TE 6'4" 240lbs. Buford, GA Buford High School

• Physical player who excels as a blocker on the edge with excellent hands
• ESPNU has him as a four-star talent and the nation’s No. 13 tight end
• No. 124 in ESPNU’s Southeast Top 150 and the No. 25 player in Georgia
• Rivals.com has Freitag as a three-star prospect and the No. 13 tight end nationally as well as No. 27 in the Peach State
• Scout.com lists him as the No. 20 tight end
• 247sports.com has him as the No. 22 tight end
• PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection
• First-team Georgia Sports Writers Association AA All-State selection in 2011 after earning second-team GSWA All-State accolades in 2010 as a junior
• 2011 Super 6 choice by the Gwinnett Daily Post
• SuperPrep ranks him as the No. 20 player in Georgia
• Chose Alabama over Florida, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida State, North Carolina and South Carolina.

OL 6'4" 280lbs. Prattville, AL Prattville High School

• Second-team All-America honors from USA Today as a defensive lineman
• 247sports.com has Gulledge as the No. 23 player in Alabama and the No. 62 offensive line prospect
• SuperPrep lists him as the No. 25 player in Alabama while Rivals.com ranks him 30th and ESPNU 37th
• Rivals.com also lists him as the No. 32 offensive guard with Scout.com ranking him 66th among offensive tackle prospects
• PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection
• Three-star prospect
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Kentucky and Wake Forest.

LB 6'2" 243lbs. Madison, AL Bob Jones High School

• Five-star grade from Scout.com and ranked as the website’s No. 1 middle linebacker prospect and No. 9 overall player in the class
• 4.6 in the 40-yard dash and a 34.5-inch vertical
• No. 1 middle linebacker prospect by Rivals.com and a four-star athlete
• No. 43 player in the Rivals100 while ranking as the No. 4 player in Alabama
• 247sports.com has him at No. 39 in its final Top247 rankings while rating him as the No. 2 inside linebacker and the fourth-best player in the state
• No. 109 in the ESPNU 150 and the site’s No. 2 middle linebacker
• 49th in the ESPNU Southeast Top 100 and No. 6 in the state of Alabama
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 38 player on the Elite 50
• SuperPrep’s No. 1 linebacker nationally and No. 3 player in Alabama
• No. 33 on the PrepStar Dream Team
• PrepStar All-American and All-Southeast Region choice
• PrepStar’s No. 4 linebacker
• Three-time first-team ASWA 6A All-State honoree
• No. 4 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Elite 18 and No. 25 in the Super Southeast 120
• No. 4 on the Birmingham News Super Seniors list
• No. 11 outside linebacker by MaxPrep’s Tom Lemming
• Chose Alabama over Auburn, Florida and Tennessee.

LB 6'2" 243lbs. Bastrop, LA Bastrop High School

• Physical linebacker with good size and skill, Devall is ranked as the nation’s 111th-overall prospect by 247sports.com and No. 122 in the Rivals100
• Consensus four-star player who is projected at linebacker in college
• Rivals.com ranks him as the No. 2 player in Louisiana and the country’s No. 5 linebacker prospect
• 247sports.com rates him as the No. 3 player in the state and the ninth-best inside linebacker target
• Scout.com lists him at No. 8 among middle linebackers nationally
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 5 linebacker nationally
• SuperPrep’s No. 3 player in Louisiana
• ESPNU ranks Devall as the No. 98 player in the southeast and the No. 22 defensive end
• No. 48 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• No. 131 on the PrepStar Dream Team
• PrepStar All-American and All-Southeast Region choice
• PrepStar’s No. 11 defensive end
• 2011 Louisiana Sports Writers Association 4A All-State selection
• Recorded 73 tackles as a senior at Bastrop High School, logging 53 solo stops, two sacks, three pass breakups, one fumble forced and one fumble recovery
• Chose Alabama over LSU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Arkansas and TCU.

QB 6'3" 225lbs. Allen, Texas Allen High School

• 247sports.com ranks Morris as the nation’s NO. 26 pro-style passer and the No. 85 talent in Texas
• Rivals.com rates him 30th among pro-style signal callers and 100th in Texas
• Scout.com lists him as the country’s No. 37 quarterback
• ESPNU ranks him 46th among quarterbacks nationally and the No. 101 prospect in Texas
• ESPNU also ranks him 132nd in the Midlands Region
• SuperPrep has him as at No. 120 in Texas
• Averaged 270.7 passing yards per game (3,242 yards) in 2011 with 35 touchdowns and just six interceptions
• Ran for 329 yards with nine rushing scores as a senior
• Completed 202-of-329 passes (61.4 percent) as a junior in 2010 threw for 2,534 yards with 22 touchdowns while completing 63.6 percent of his passes (189 of 297)
• Chose Alabama over Wake Forest, Michigan State and Virginia.

DL 6'5" 292lbs. Lynchburg, VA Brookville High School

• An elite defensive line prospect who played in the Under Armour All-America Game
• No. 100 in the ESPNU 150 and the eight-best defensive tackle
• ESPNU rates him as the No. 2 player in the state of Virginia and the No. 12 player in the ESPNU East Region
• 247sports.com has Kirven as the No. 6 player in Virginia and the No. 15 defensive tackle while ranking No. 189 in the Top247
• Scout.com also lists him as the 15th-best defensive tackle
• Rivals.com has him at No. 206 in the Rivals250, the No. 16 defensive tackle and No. 7 in Virginia
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 35 defensive line prospect and No. 8 player in Virginia
• PrepStar All-American and All-Atlantic Region choice
• First-team All-State as a senior in 2011 after accounting for 15 sacks
• Chose Alabama over Virginia Tech and Tennessee.

DB 6'1" 182lbs. Atlant, GA St. Pius High School

• A consensus four star prospect
• ESPNU has tabbed Smith as the nation’s second-best cornerback and the No. 31 player in the 2012 ESPNU 150
• No. 16 prospect in the ESPNU Southeast Top 100 and the No. 3 player in the state of Georgia
• 247sports.com rates him as the No. 66 player in the Top247, the No. 6 cornerback and the No. 5 player in the state
• 88th in the Rivals100 and the service’s No. 8 corner as well as the No. 4 talent in Georgia
• Scout.com has him at No. 8 among cornerbacks
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 3 player in the state of Georgia
• SuperPrep’s No. 10 defensive back (corners and safeties) prospect
• No. 66 on the PrepStar Dream Team
• PrepStar All-American and All-Southeast Region choice
• PrepStar’s No. 5 defensive back
• Two-time first-team GSWA AAA All-State selection
• Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11
• MaxPrep 2011 U.S. Air Force Medium Schools All-American
• No. 23 in Tom Lemming’s MaxPreps Top 100 and the No. 2 cornerback
• No. 18 on the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• As a senior in 2011, Smith accounted for 80 tackles, three interceptions and over 800 yards rushing on offense
• Had eight interceptions as a junior and 14 pass breakups while making 47 tackles, three picks and 10 pass breakups as a sophomore in 2009
• Chose Alabama over Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Clemson, Georgia, Notre Dame, Southern California, Arkansas, Stanford and Georgia Tech.

WR 6'3" 204lbs. Panama City Beach, FL Arnold High School

• Consensus five-star recruit by ESPNU, Rivals.com and 247sports.com
• No. 11 in the ESPNU 150 and its No. 2 athlete in the 2011 signing class
• No. 4 player in the southeast and the No. 1 player in Florida by ESPNU
• 247sports.com rates him at No. 8 nationally in its Top247 while listing him as the service’s No. 2 safety and the top player in the state of Florida
• Rivals.com has him as the country’s top athlete, the No. 4 player in Florida and No. 24 in the Rivals100
• Scout.com lists him as the No. 3 safety prospect
• Played in the Under Armour All-American Game
• No. 34 on SuperPrep’s Elite 50 list, earning All-America honors as the publication’s No. 6 defensive back (corners and safeties)
• Ranks as SuperPrep’s No. 3 talent in Florida
• No. 8 on the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• No. 3 safety in Tom Lemming’s MaxPrep rankings and the No. 83 overall prospect
• No. 24 on the PrepStar Dream Team
• PrepStar’s No. 3 safety
• Played quarterback, wide receiver, cornerback and safety in high school at Arnold where he was coached by James Hale
• 2011 first-team Florida 2A All-State selection
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Florida and Auburn.

DL 6'2" 295lbs. Lindale, GA Pepperell High School

• Turned in a solid effort as a starting defensive tackle in the Under Armour All-America Game
• Four-star prospect by MaxPrep’s Tom Lemming
• Three-star defensive lineman by Rivals.com, Scout.com, 247sports.com and ESPNU
• Scout.com ranks Ball as the nation’s No. 27 defensive tackle prospect
• Rivals.com rates him at No. 29 among defensive tackles and the No. 28 player in the state of Georgia
• ESPNU considers him the No. 27 defensive tackles, 152nd among players in the Southeast and No. 35 in Georgia
• 247sports.com ranks Ball as the No. 36 defensive tackle and the No. 35 player in Georgia
• PrepStar All-Southeast Region
• Georgia Sports Writers Association AA All-State selection as a senior when he made 73 tackles with 17 tackles for loss, seven sacks, 38 quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, including one he returned for a touchdown
• Chose Alabama over Georgia, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Clemson and South Carolina.

RB 6'1" 204lbs. Powder Springs, GA Hillgrove High School

• The No. 88 player national in the 247sports.com Top 247 while ranking as the service’s No. 4 all-purpose running back and the No. 7 player in the state of Georgia
• Rivals.com lists Drake as the country’s No. 13 running back and 185th in the Rivals250
• No. 13 prospect in Georgia by Rivals.com
• ESPNU ranks him as the No. 15 running back and the No. 105 player in the ESPNU Southeast Top 150
• Scout.com rates Drake as the No. 17 running back nationally
• No. 57 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• PrepStar All-American and All-Southeast Region choice
• Second-team All-State selection by the Georgia Sports Writers Association in 2010 and 2011
• Named to the All-Cobb County team and All-Region 4-AAAAA
• Rushed for 1,610 yards on 175 carries as a senior with 18 rushing touchdowns while averaging 9.2 yards per carry
• Also had 315 receiving yards with five scores while returning two kickoffs for touchdowns
• Georgia’s Gatorade Player of the Year
• Won the 100-meter championship in AAAAA
• Chose Alabama over Georgia, Georgia Tech, Tennessee and Purdue.

The following are the eight commitments who have already enrolled in school at the Capstone:

LB 6'2" 250lbs. Daphne, AL Daphne H.S.

• A five-star prospect by 247sports.com ranked as the nation’s No. 19 overall prospect and the No. 1 outside linebacker
• 247sports.com also ranks him as the No. 2 player in Alabama
• Ranked 93rd in the ESPNU 150 and the site’s No. 7 outside linebacker
• Has four stars from ESPNU, Scout.com and Rivals.com
• Listed at No. 98 in the Rivals100 as well as the No. 6 outside linebacker
• Scout.com has him as the No. 22 defensive end prospect
• No. 5 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Elite 18 and No. 33 in the Super Southeast 120
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 25 linebacker
• The No. 8 player in Alabama by SuperPrep
• Member of the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s Super 12
• An ASWA 6A All-State selection
• Had 105 tackles and 12 sacks as a senior in 2011
• Chose Alabama over Auburn, Florida State, Tennessee, Illinois and Kentucky.

DB 5'11" 150lbs. Tuscambia, AL Northeast Miss. CC

• Second-team NJCAA All-American in 2011 after recording 24 tackles, one sack and one interception
• Ranked by 247sports.com as a four-star prospect and the nation’s No. 7 JUCO player
• Coming out of high school (Deshler) was rated as the No. 7 player in the state of Alabama by the Tuscaloosa News and was No. 16 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Elite 18
• Listed as the No. 21 cornerback by Scout.com and the No. 39 athlete by ESPNU
• Two-time Alabama Sports Writers Association 4A All-State selection, named as a defensive back in 2008 and an athlete in 2009
• Rated 12th in the Birmingham News’ 2010 Super Senior rankings
• Competed in the Alabama/Mississippi High School All-State Game
• Recorded 70 tackles as a junior in 2008 with four interceptions with two returned for touchdowns
• Also returned two punts and one kickoff for touchdowns while hauling in over 800 yards receiving and five touchdowns
• Picked Bama over Auburn, UAB and Southern Miss.

WR 5'11" 180lbs. Jacksonville, FL First Coast High School

• A four-star prospect by every service
• No. 22 in the ESPNU 150 and the No. 2 wide overall receiver prospect
• No. 10 in the ESPNU Top 100 Southeast Recruits
• No. 5 player in the state of Florida
• Played in the Under Armour All-America Game
• Ranked 42nd overall nationally by 247sports.com, the No. 4 wide receiver and the No. 8 player in Florida
• Listed at No. 58 in the Rivals100 and is the website’s No. 8 wide receiver prospect and the No. 11 player in Florida
• Scout.com rates him as the nation’s No. 19 receiver
• No. 23 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 13 wide receiver
• First-team Florida High School Sports Association 7A All-State selection
• No. 62 in Tom Lemmings Top 100 nationally
• Ranked 11th in the Orlando Sentinel’s Florida Top 100
• Listed as the No. 10 player in Florida by SuperPrep
• Hauled in 55 passes for 881 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2011 while rushing for 222 yards on 22 carries for 10.1 yards per carry
• Caught 49 receptions for 990 yards and 12 scores as a junior in 2010
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Notre Dame, Miami, Clemson and Tennessee.

WR 6'1" 185lbs. Miami, FL Northwestern High School

• A consensus four-star prospect
• No. 45 in the Rivals100 and ranked as the No. 6 wide receiver and No. 8 player in Florida
• Listed as the nation’s No. 7 wide out and No. 46 in the ESPNU 150 while ranking 25th in the ESPNU Southeast Top 100 and No. 12 in Florida
• The No. 6 wide receiver and the No. 10 player in the state of Florida, ranked 56th in the Top247 by 247sports.com.
• Scout.com rates him as the No. 12 pass catcher
• PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection
• No. 13 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 14 wide receiver
• First-team Florida High School Sports Association 8A All-State selection
• Ranked fourth the Orlando Sentinel’s Florida Top 100
• Listed as the No. 11 player in Florida by SuperPrep
• Caught 33 passes for 722 yards as a senior after hauling in 16 grabs for 175 yards and four scores in 2010
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Miami and Ohio State.

DB 6'1" 195lbs. Miami, FL Eastern Arizona College

• A four-star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247sports.com
• First-team National Junior College Athletics Association All-American as a sophomore at Eastern Arizona Community College in 2011
• The nation’s No. 3 JUCO prospect in the Rivals.com JUCO Top 50 and the No. 9 junior college player by 247sports.com
• The No. 3 JUCO player by SuperPrep
• Recorded 39 tackles with four interceptions, four pass breakups and one fumble recovery in 2011
• 26 tackles and three picks as a freshman in 2010 when he earned first-team All-Region and All-WSFL recognition
• Led all of Dade County in interceptions with seven in 2008 at Norland High School
• Made 30 tackles and forced two fumbles
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Miami, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Arizona, Arizona State, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

LB 6'4" 240lbs. Buford, GA Buford High School

• Unanimous four-star prospect in the four recruiting services
• 59th in the ESPNU 150
• Sixth-ranked outside linebacker by ESPNU and the No. 5 player in Georgia
• The No. 29 player in the Southeast by ESPNU
• No. 105 in the Rivals250 and the website’s No. 3 outside linebacker as well as the No. 9 prospect in the state of Georgia
• Scout.com rates him as the nation’s No. 4 middle linebacker while 247sports.com lists him at No. 150 in the Top247
• The No. 12 outside linebacker by 247sports.com and the 13th-ranked player in Georgia
• Georgia Sports Writers Association AA All-State selections
• No. 41 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120
• SuperPrep All-American and the publication’s No. 7 linebacker
• The No. 5 player in Georgia by SuperPrep
• 93rd nationally by Tom Lemming
• Had 84 tackles with 17 tackles for loss and nine sacks along with five interceptions and a fumble recovery in 2010
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Florida, Auburn and Clemson.

DL 6'5" 340lbs. Mobile, AL Davidson High School

• Four-star prospect by ESPNU
• ESPNU’s No. 15 defensive tackle and the No. 9 player in the State of Alabama
• 247sports.com’s No. 33 offensive tackle with four stars and the state’s 13th-best talent
• Scout.com’s No. 31 offensive tackle with four stars while Rivals.com has him as the No. 26 defensive tackle
• No. 100 on the Mobile Press-Register’s Super Southeast 120 and 10th in the paper’s Elite 18 (top 18 prospects in Alabama)
• PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection
• No. 11 on the Birmingham News Super Seniors list
• The No. 12 player in the state of Alabama by SuperPrep
• Recorded 30 tackles and four for loss in 2009
• Chose Alabama over Florida State, Auburn, Georgia and LSU.

RB 6'2" 210lbs. Daphne, AL Daphne High School

• Mr. Football in the state of Alabama by the Alabama Sports Writers Association and a first-team All-State selection by the ASWA
• Second-team USA Today High School All-American
• Five-star prospect by Rivals.com and 247sports.com
• No. 1 running back prospect in America by 247sports.com and the No. 2 player in the state of Alabama
• 247sports.com’s 13th overall player in the Top 247
• No. 2 running back according to Rivals.com and the site’s No. 12 in the Rivals100 and the No. 2 player in the state
• ESPNU lists Yeldon with four stars and ranks him as the No. 4 running back
• No. 55 in the ESPNU 150
• 28th in the ESPNU Southeast Top 100 and the No. 4 player in Alabama
• Scout.com rates Yeldon with four stars and the No. 8 running back
• SuperPrep All-American and the nation’s No. 6 running back
• 29th in SuperPrep’s Elite 50 and No. 2 player in the state
• No. 55 on the PrepStar Dream Team
• PrepStar All-American and All-Southeast Region choice
• PrepStar’s No. 8 running back
• No. 2 in the Mobile Press-Register’s Elite 18 and No. 5 in the Super Southeast 120
• No. 2 on the Birmingham News Super Seniors list
• Rushed for 2,193 yards on 232 carries and scored 31 touchdowns in 2011, averaging 9.5 yards per carry
• Caught 19 passes for 506 yards and a TD
• Totaled 1,112 yards and 18 scores on the ground as a junior in 2010 while also catching a career-best 34 passes for 504 yards and five touchdowns
• 1,121 yards on 201 carries as a sophomore with 34 catches for 361 yards and one TD
• Rushed for 227 yards and one score while hauling in 131 receiving yards and a touchdown through the air
• Finished his high school career with 4,653 yards on the ground with 65 rushing touchdowns while accounting for 1,502 receiving yards and eight scores
• Racked up a total of 6,155 yards from scrimmage in four years with 73 touchdowns
• Chose Alabama over Auburn, Florida, Arkansas and Clemson.

84 Responses to “Signing Day 2012: The Official Thread For New Crimson Tide Signees” Subscribe

  1. dgwest February 1, 2012 at 6:27 am #

    roll tide

  2. capstonereport February 1, 2012 at 9:47 am #

    A truly amazing recruiting class that continues to explain why Nick Saban is the best coach in college football.

    • The Flash February 2, 2012 at 12:02 pm #

      A truly amazing recruiting class that continues to explain why Nick Saban is the best recruiter in college footbal, which makes him look like the best coach in college football.

      FIFY

  3. DES February 1, 2012 at 1:36 pm #

    CNS I think has out did himself this signing day. Looking really good. I can hardly wait for this Fall to cone. RTR

    • The Flash February 2, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

      Seems your right DES, CNS has out done himself this signing day, not that I would be proud of it if I was him.

      http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/article/20120202/SPORTS04/202020351/Commentary-Chizik-s-classiness-shows-up-Saban-

      But hey when your ego is more important than your moral compas, this is what your get. The ironic part is he said he left the NFL and got back into college football because of wanting to be a mentor to kids, I guess he only meant the most talented kids, not kids like the two mentioned in this article.

      • pete4tide February 2, 2012 at 5:40 pm #

        Really, Flash, you’re going to Josh Moon to carry Chiznik’s water? There’s nothing classy about offering 4 year scholarships over 1 year. And I’d lay out good money betting that, in 2 years, when the barn still has this full stable of thugs and under-performing athletes that they can’t get rid of, you will be one of the first to scream about the 4 year agreements they were handed on this signing day in 2012. Hypocrite, indeed!

        • The Flash February 2, 2012 at 6:11 pm #

          pete4tide, who obviously doesn’t have shyt4brains, I am not an Auburn fan so I won’t be the first or last to scream about anything Auburn does in 4 years, so I have no clue as to what your “Hypocrite, indeed” is relating to.

          • pete4tide February 2, 2012 at 9:44 pm #

            Couldn’t prove it by your posts, Flashie! I could just as well have been saying the same thing about your little bayou bengals. You’re the one posting the Moon commentary, Mr. Don’t HaveShyt4Brains!

          • pete4tide February 2, 2012 at 9:57 pm #

            It’s “relating” to you, hypocrite! You are the one citing Moon’s column about 4-year scholarships being so much better than 1-year scholarships. Or is your Mom on the computer again. You’ve got to quit going to the refridgerator when she’s up.

      • BamaBrando February 2, 2012 at 8:36 pm #

        Saban has said he can recuit a team full of first round picks in college. Saban is a college football coach. His success will be judged on how much he wins vs. how much he loses. As far as recruiting goes, Miles is no different. If he could recruit like Saban, he would be doing it. His job is on the line because the fan base expects him to out perform Saban.

        Saban is a great coach. His players love him, and they play hard for him. He tries to recruit the best talent, and maintain a high level of success each year. Anyone (like Mr. Moon) who thinks that wins and losses has nothing with keeping your job as a football coach is just being stupid. Let Chizik or Miles recruit to a lower standard, have a few 4-5 loss seasons and tell me how long you think they have a job.

        Flash, go back and read all of Josh Moons articles. You and that guy have a lot in common.

        • The Flash February 5, 2012 at 1:24 pm #

          Brando,
          I agree wins and losses has something to do with keeping you job as a football coach, but not everyting.

          Joe Paterno and Frank Beamer, just to name a couple have kept thier jobs a long time without having to be ruthless and doing some of the things Saban has done.

          So maybe you’re not as smart as you think you are, and maybe even a little stupid yourself.

  4. DES February 1, 2012 at 1:37 pm #

    “COME”

  5. yellowhammer February 1, 2012 at 7:52 pm #

    that is one nasty class. I am so proud of our coaches and players who all helped recruit such a group of athletes. The “process” continues at full speed ahead and thats bad news for anyone on the schedule.

    • Hoopie February 2, 2012 at 9:57 am #

      Yep ..the process continues. $aban now pre-processes. He processed Taylor and Philon before they could even sign with Bama.

      $aban dares the recruits to not visit other schools. Then when they honor his wishes, he stabs them in the back and leaves them hanging.

      Auburn gave out 4 year schollies to all 20 recruits. $aban gave out 1 year schollies so that he can continue to manipulate these kids. Sooner or later the parents will realize what $aban is doing.

      Josh Moon says it well. Oh… and before you start the “Moon is a homer” defense …Auburn folks normally despise Moon.

      http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/article/20120202/SPORTS04/202020351/Commentary-Chizik-s-classiness-shows-up-Saban

      • pete4tide February 2, 2012 at 5:36 pm #

        Hoopie – seriously, you’re linking to a Josh Moon commentary and using that to make a point? Why don’t you just put a link to the NTY Foundation website? That makes about as much sense.

      • yellowhammer February 2, 2012 at 10:07 pm #

        this has to be the worst case of penis envy ever witnessed by the human race. hoo(some of my best friends are black)pie, CNS did not invent the greyshirt. do you think the abarn has never greyshirted players before? is there a school anywhere that never has.? why dont you rant about the real problem? the fact that your team is getting its ass brutalized on and off the field. chiznik had to come up with a four year scholly as a ploy to try to get recruits interested and still couldnt keep up, and the real reason why? because everyone including high school kids know one lucky year(and you can bet your ass you got lucky and away with the most absurd fiasco in ncaa history) doesnt equate to what is happening in Tuscaloosa.

    • The Flash February 2, 2012 at 12:06 pm #

      As long as the “scholarships and internships” for girlfriends of future recruits doesn’t dry up, the process will continue at full speed and that’s good news for bama unless the NCAA sees it otherwise.

      • BamaBrando February 2, 2012 at 8:20 pm #

        Collins has said he knew he was coming to Bama two years ago. And you said Saban couldn’t go into LA and recruit because he has no people skills. They changed the rule for over signing because people like you cried so much and got mad at Saban, and he still got the top class in spite of it.

        • yellowhammer February 3, 2012 at 4:36 pm #

          and Bamabrando he will continue to do it and that is what burns these crybabies to a crisp. They cant stand it.

  6. Hoopie February 2, 2012 at 11:40 am #

    Ol’ Bait and Switch $aban. Get the kid committed and the kid does everything that you ask of him …then find someone better and offer the kid a greyshirt at the last minute.

    That my friends is a Bait and Switch manuever.

    • ITK February 2, 2012 at 11:51 am #

      Get a life Hoopie. Your team sucks and will for a long time. Whining about things you don’t understand won’t change that fact.

    • BamaBrando February 2, 2012 at 8:25 pm #

      Bait and switch? The only recruits that got gray shirt offers were mainly the ones coming off of off-season surgery. The recruits that were potential gray shirts were informed about the situation well before signing day. They ALL knew it was a possibility, but they stayed committed anyway. The truth is, if Bama had 100 scholarships this year, they would still have to turn some recruits away.

      But you keep criticizing Saban and his recruiting. Most people who know better knows that Saban is very good at it, and Auburn can’t keep up with it. That is why you cry so much.

  7. The Flash February 2, 2012 at 12:10 pm #

    Capstone,
    You better correct you comments about Landon Collins, he is from New Orleans, where his mother lives, not Geismer, LA. Didn’t you here him correct the reporter about this fact during the All Star game when he made his commitment to his girlfriend….mmm I mean bama.

  8. Crimsonite February 2, 2012 at 2:30 pm #

    2 National Champs in 3 years. Ranked #1 during the season for 4 years running. The #1 recruiting class by at least one service for 4 of the past 5 years. A 42-14 beatdown of the Barnturds in their house. A 21-0 embarassment of the anointed best team in history (not!!!) in their other house. The best record in D1 for the past 4 years. Now ask me if you really think anybody here give a shit what you people think? The NCAA and University Presidents don’t give a shit about the student athletes or they would have installed a stipen for them years ago. So why should they care about how scholly’s are issued and revoked. When the rules change, Saban’s methods will change. I wish someone would pay me $50,000 a year for phucking off for up to 5 years. If they don’t do the expected job then they should be fired. As fo the 2 Greyshirts, they were 3 stars when they commited to Bama. For a 3 star to get a shot to play at Bama they were so phucking happy that they shit their pants. They knew what could happen. So phuck off!

    • The Flash February 2, 2012 at 7:05 pm #

      Correction Crimsonite, bama was never ranked #1 during last season. #1 recruiting class 4 out of the last 5 years, yet Saban is just 3-3 against Les Miles. Bama did not beat LSU in Tiger Stadium, so they did not beat LSU in their house. For you to call the Superdome LSU’s house now after you said for weeks leading up to the game that Alabama owned the Superdome and was their second home, shows what a hypocrite you are.

      So basically what you’re saying Crimsonite is that since the “NCAA and University Presidents don’t give a shyt about the student athletes” Saban should be able to fuc them over if he want to if it is in the best interest of his winning percentage and if you are a kid born and raised in Alabama and play football, if you’re not a 5 star player phuck off or at least don’t get you hopes up of playing for Nick Saban and Alabama.

      Maybe thats why bama only signed 4 out of the top 15 kids in the state of Alabama!

  9. pete4tide February 2, 2012 at 5:29 pm #

    Hoopie and Flash – wow – butthurt much from this last season? I guess if you can’t get out there and out-work Saban, you just sit on your ass and throw crap at the wall until something sticks. Except NOTHING IS STICKING you two dipwads! Go get a life on your own boards and quit stinking up this site! You and your Saban-envy are enough to make a fly puke. You sicken me with your drivel.

    • The Flash February 2, 2012 at 6:35 pm #

      pete4tide who again proves he doesn’t know shyt from shinola. Butthurt for last season, are your kidding? LSU was 13-1, a better record than bama’s against a tougher and more fun schedule to enjoy during last season. Butthurt over an SEC Championship? Are you kidding? If not you must have been really but hurt after the 2010 season, right?

      I’m not butthurt, I’m proud as hell of my school, football program and it’s coach. Read the follwoing and you will understand why I am not in the least evnious of you gumps.

      “Coach Miles has the 2nd highest winning % in SEC history, behind only Robert Neyland of Tennessee and ahead of the bears of the SEC. Its the media that questions our coach. Kiel was never lost, we never had him. LSU signed 8 of the top 10 recruits in Louisiana, while bama signed 4 of the top 10 in the state of Alabama. Miles is 5-3 against bama and 3-3 against nicky. Geaux ahead and bash LSU, but we filled our needs, we are loaded for the fall and we want kids that value an education, that wants to be a LSU Tiger and we don’t cheat to sign them. LSU is behind only Vandy in graduating players in the SEC and the players that leave early for the NFL count AGAINST the NCAA GSR rates. Yes, LSU has the most players on NFL rosters in the country” – Curtis Coleman

      • BamaBrando February 2, 2012 at 8:08 pm #

        And you got your ass whooped in the title game. Look, quoting peoples opinions don’t mean much. If you are looking to boost your feelings about LSU and feel good about yourself, by all means do. But please stop with all the Saban-Miles-Bear comparisons. It just makes you look jealous of Bama. We don’t have to make comparisons to anyone else. Bama is Bama, and under Saban Bama has had the best 4 year stretch than any team in the country. Saban is close to building that college football ‘dynasty’ that only you can dream about.

        Bama has been loaded, and is loading up again. They also filled needs, and didn’t cheat to get them. Bama went into your state and took the best players. Went into Florida and took some of the best players. Got the best players in Alabama as well. Hence all the recruiting services (except 1) to think that Bama had the best class of anyone. And Bama, in the past few years under Saban, has put more players in the NFL than anyone.

        But like I have told you before: Anything less than a National Championship next season for LSU, and the wheels are going to fall off. You guys are putting so much pressure on Miles with all of your criticism and expectations of equaling or besting Saban. Y’all keep bitching and putting him in that position and he will leave, like Saban did.

        You keep bragging about 13-1 and how tough it was. Bama and LSU played a lot of the same teams. Only a few games difference, but Bama and LSU both handily beat everyone on their schedule. Except LSU got beat very badly by Bama in the last game, and Bama barely got beat in OT by LSU in the first game. That win over Georgia? Not as impressive as you want to think.

        Bama has proven to everyone in the country that they were, at the very least, better than LSU was this season.
        The only game that mattered the most was the National Championship game, and LSU lost in humiliating fashion.
        So ROLL TIDE! to you, Bama is going to be the team to beat for a while longer now, since they just beat the ‘best college team to win the toughest schedule ever’ team. Since Bama had to play such a team, I would say their schedule was pretty tough as well. So, slight Bama all you want, but the fact is, you just wish LSU was sitting in the position Bama is right now. Your jealousy is well known here.

        • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 12:34 am #

          Brando,
          Besides comon opponents LSU beat Pac 12 and Rose Bowl Champions Oregon who ended the season ranked No. 4, they beat Big East and Orange Bowl Champions who ended the season ranked No. 17, they beat SEC East Champions Georgia who ended the season ranked No. 19, and oh yea they beat the BCS Champions Alabama on their own home field.

          Remind me again Brando who Bama beat besides our common opponents? LMAO

          The only thing that Alabama proved is that they were better than LSU on Jan 9th, just like LSU proved they were better than Alabama on Nov 5th making them TIED for the season 1-1. Each team got a Championship trophy for their win (although LSU had to play and beat an extra team to win theirs), the only difference being the name of the trophy.

          And to boot LSU accomplished all that they did this past year with less talent than Alabama. Roll TIED!

          • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 9:00 am #

            What is funny is when you said ‘o yeah they beat the BCS Champions ALabama on their own home field’

            I noticed two things: First, you didn’t say National Champions, because you would have started weeping again if you typed it, and second:
            Bama beat the hell out of LSU to win the BCS Championship, so at the time of LSUs win, Bama wasn’t the BCS Champion.

            But I see you have settled in and convinced yourself that LSU is the ‘greatest team of all time’ and that little loss on January 9th meant nothing like the OT win that LSU got on November 5th.

            Guess what? If you can’t win the National Championship game, you aren’t the greatest team ever. The only team you beat of quality that Bama didn’t also play was Oregon. And you played them early in the season, and lived off of their early mistakes. Much like all season, LSU won by being a fortunate and made a living on the other teams mistakes.

            Who had the best defense at the end of the year? Bama did. By far. One of the best defensive seasons in 30 years. And Bama’s offense was better than LSUs offense all season. And guess what? Most of them will be back next season.

            So what really happened on January 9th was LSU got exposed. Hunny Bunny got exposed, picked on, and abused. LSU was over rated all season. I think the better match-up would have been Bama vs. Oklahoma State. But I will say y’all did well this season, played over your head at times, but in the end, since you couldn’t win the National Championship, you will be remembered as under achieving. But no one, besides you, has any doubts who is better between LSU and Bama.

            Keep on hating and making excuses!

          • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 11:15 am #

            Brando I noticed you wrote a 7 paragraph response to my post but avoided answering my question as to who bama beat besides common opponents that was better than any of the non common opponents LSU beat. What’s the matter you imbarrased that you won the “National” Championship against such a weak ass schedule?

            You say the only team we beat of quality that Alabama didn’t play was Oregon. Even if you don’t consider top 25 ranked teams like Big East Champions West Virginia, who really beat the hell out of ACC Champions, Clemson, and Georgia, winner of the East division of the SEC, the toughest football conference in the nation, are quality teams they were far superior to any team Alabama beat that LSU didn’t also beat.
            I guess you were imbarrased to name Georgia Southern as the only quality non common opponent you beat. I don’t blame you I would be imbarrased of that too.

            So yes bama had the best statistical defense at the end of the year, but LSU’s was the second best statistical defense, which they accomplished against a schedule ranked the toughest in the nation at the end of last year. And they accomplished that even after given up 500+ yards to that West Virgina team that you do not consider a quality opponent. So if you think Bama’s defense was one of the best defenses in 30 years against your schedule, you should be impressed with what LSU’s defense accomplished with less talent than Alabama.

          • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

            No Flash. The schedule doesn’t matter as much as making and winning the National Title. Thats the main goal, right? LSU had a couple of games tougher than Bama. So what? Bama blew out everyone on their schedule, even LSU in the end. Like I acknowledged already: You put too much stock in the Oregon and Georgia game. LSU was over rated and Bama vs. OK St. would have been a better match-up.

            And you never answered my question:
            Which win would you rather have, A. a close win on November 5th, or B. a blowout in the National Championship game? Come on now, tell the truth. No spin. A or B?

      • yellowhammer February 2, 2012 at 10:17 pm #

        yeah Im sure you corndogs are real proud of the comments miles made about the Kiel kid after he greyshirted your ass

        • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 12:40 am #

          More proud than I would be if my coach had done what Satan did to that Darius Philon kid!

          • DES February 3, 2012 at 12:56 pm #

            Flash- That young man had his chance. And did not take it. The other young man also. Wait and see what will happen when he gets to Arky. See what that ex-coach from Louisville does to him. Roll Tide.

          • yellowhammer February 3, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

            you mean offered him a greyshirt scholly? how does that compare to calling out an18 year old young man just because he didnt want to be a part of what your coach had to offer? really? wow you are delusional from defeat.

  10. CRIMSON HAMMAH February 2, 2012 at 5:40 pm #

    do not be deceived redshirt yr is not a slough off yr …summer is hell …2 a days hell …scout team vs best offense and defense in country during season …competing to play/special teams….brian kelly nd hc said to freshman today if u want to come here and get a free yr and just rs find another place to play….kwon philon j taylor none ready for the summer of hell – solution = grayshirt

  11. RC February 2, 2012 at 7:27 pm #

    FLASH, THE DUMB ASS, ALABAMA HAS THE #1 RANKED RECRUITING CLASS IN THE NATION!! We got TJ Yeldon and the top LB’s in the state in a weak year in-state. LSU barely cracked the TOP 10, and AU was ranked an average of #15 with their class. Keep crying, you’re still our bitch

    • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 1:15 am #

      RC grow up, Alabama almost always has a better “recruiting” class than LSU acording only to the “recruiting experts” like rivals, scout and espn, yet Miles is still 3-3 against Saban with all that talent, including beating his BCS championship team this year on its own home field! Maybe Miles is a better evaluater of talent or a better coach.

      Lets see he took a lowly 3 star conerback, Morris Claiborne and coached him up good enough to leave after his Jr year and is projected to be the first deffensive back drafted by the NFl, ahead of 5 star Dre Kirkpatrick. And they say Sabam is supposed to be best college defensive back coach? LMAO

      And lets see Miles also took a 2 star defensive back, that went to Saban and Alabama camp but was not offered by them, and coached him to a Hiesman Finalist! And again they call Saban a great recruiter. He didn’t recognize talent when it was right under his nose, Neither did all the recruiting experts that just name Bama as having the best recruiting class! LMAO Brag all you want you uneducated moron.

      • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 11:56 am #

        But it is no coincidence that Alabama’s dominance in the real polls under Nick Saban has explicitly coincided with its iron grip on the mythical recruiting crown, which perpetuated itself Wednesday with arguably the most impressive assortment of talent to date. They flipped the top player in the state (five-star tailback T.J. Yeldon) from Auburn, beat LSU for the top player in Louisiana (five-star safety Landon Collins) and lured the No. 1 “athlete” in the nation (five-star Eddie Williams) from Florida and Florida State, giving them three of the top 25 players in the nation. Altogether, the Tide came away with nine players ranked among Rivals’ top 100 overall — six of them from out of state — and six more ranked in the top 200. For the second year in a row, they went into Arizona for one of the nation’s top juco players, cornerback Travell Dixon. Not only was no position neglected: With the surprise addition of Lynchburg, Va., defensive tackle Korren Kirven, there are at least two four or five-star players at every position except quarterback and tight end. (And yes, there’s a kicker.)
        Make of that haul — or the fuzzy math necessary to fit all of its members under NCAA scholarship limits — what you will. (It’s also no coincidence that the consensus No. 1 class comes after more than one longstanding Crimson Tide commit was screwed over on or just before signing day for the benefit of higher-rated guys like Yeldon, Collins and Kirven, who didn’t join the fold until very late in the process.) Fundamentally, though, recruiting is a perpetual construction project, and Alabama’s latest crop is even more impressive when taken as the latest expansion of an already formidable skyscraper. By Rivals’ count, it’s ‘Bama’s fourth No. 1 class in five years under Saban, a spree that’s now stacked the roster with an incredible 99 four- or five-star prospects since 2008 — 54 of whom, including the incoming class, remain on the prospective 2012 roster. The starting lineup this fall will be composed almost entirely of that number, replacing a dozen outgoing starters from last year’s BCS championship team with an even more hyped wave coming right behind them.
        Saban’s success is in the macro. No other team in the country has put together five straight top-five classes since ’08. Only USC and Florida State have put together five straight in the top 10. Based on the point totals Rivals assigns to each class, Alabama is a good 10 percent ahead of its closest competition in the SEC, Florida and LSU, in the race for essentially the same talent. Even if you think recruiting rankings are disposable hype, those remain championship odds.

        http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/another-another-mile-between-alabama-everyone-else-115805544.html#more-id

        This would be two for you Flash. I can do this all year.

        • The Flash February 7, 2012 at 2:51 pm #

          Thanks for making and proving my previous post Brando.

          “It’s also no coincidence that the consensus No. 1 class comes after more than one longstanding Crimson Tide commit was screwed over on or just before signing day for the benefit of higher-rated guys like Yeldon, Collins and Kirven, who didn’t join the fold until very late in the process” – I am amazed that you admit this, but even more amazed that you seem to be bragging about it and proud of it!

          You also say “By Rivals’ count, it’s ‘Bama’s fourth No. 1 class in five years under Saban, a spree that’s now stacked the roster with an incredible 99 four- or five-star prospects since 2008″ yet Saban couldn’t even win his division much less the conference championship. Now you tell me Brando, if you can be honest, does that say more about him or more about Miles’ coaching ability. How could a coach whom many, including yourself, think is the best coach in the country, have, as you’ve documented here the most talent by far than any other team, yet still not win their division or conference championship?

          (I bet he won’t answer that)

      • DES February 3, 2012 at 1:02 pm #

        And the Coach of the year showed up on February the 9th also. RTR

        • DES February 20, 2012 at 11:40 am #

          Jan.9th 2012!!!! RTR.

  12. WhoreEagle February 2, 2012 at 8:56 pm #

    Flash and Hoopie….

    They are so proud of their teams that they will come to a Bama site and talk about our recruiting class and our Coach.

    Hey guys, if you want to be a part of the club just ask us and we’ll consider it. You have to promise to bath and work on your football knowledge a little more.

    Remember, at some places they play football. At Alabama, WE LIVE IT!

    14 Time National Champions (Even though the NCAA actually credits us with 18…..We don’t want to be too greedy)

    • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 12:43 am #

      Hey Whore I know you have an Alabama education and can’t read, but I come on here and talk about my team and my coach.

      Go check out the LSU site and see how many bamers have been on their and talk about their team and coach on their. I will post and tell them what you think of them. LMAO

      • WhoreEagle February 3, 2012 at 9:03 am #

        “LMAO”! Flash, everything must be funny to you since you aren’t getting any sleep (12:43am). I didn’t realize Bama success is keeping you up at night. You just need to be content with a good (not great), LSU team and coach.

        If it helps, maybe you can find some old Billy Cannon clips and remember the good times. Stay away from the Charlie McClendon years, he couldn’t beat Bear. And we all know with LSU and Auburn fans, in their psyche, Bryant is still kicking their ass.

      • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 9:11 am #

        See? The jealousy and Saban hate just oozes out of your pores, doesn’t it? Someone ought to go slap the hell out of your mama for raising you to be like this. But of course, it may not be her fault, since living in that cess pool tends to make neurotic, cross-dressing, alcoholic LSU fans out of a lot of people down there.

        • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 11:19 am #

          Classy brando.

          Yep another national championship added no more class to the gump fan base. If anything it made it worse, if that was possible.

          • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 11:28 am #

            I can be as bad as you want me to be, Flash. I am not your friend. But don’t talk about class, because you have none. Don’t slight Bama’s accomplishments, when they are better than LSUs. You are petty, and full of excuses, and you are such a whiner. But you are coming over here, being the pompous dickhead you are, expecting to be treated with respect or something. Didn’t your mama ever tell you to get respect you have to give it?

          • WhoreEagle February 3, 2012 at 11:32 am #

            Flash, honestly man, how can a LSU fan call ANY fanbase bad, classless, rude, obnoxious, etc.

            I mean, didn’t you guys burn down a building in Auburn, back in the late 90′s? (The answer is yes).

            I will be awaiting your response with references to tree’s and Krystal’s…..

  13. RC February 2, 2012 at 9:24 pm #

    I thought Hoopie only came on this site when his WHITE TRASH Auburn University was being disrespected. You keep coming on here, we’ll keep kicking your ass and investigating Auburn. You can’t stop it, Hoopie

  14. RC February 3, 2012 at 11:07 am #

    Poor Little Flash,

    His team stunk like ass, and the fans are all crass, but what a blast!!21-0 LOSER

    • The Flash February 3, 2012 at 11:26 am #

      You must be a pre-teen RC, or at least mature as one.

      My team “stunk like ass” yet was 1-1 against your team, won the division and conference your team plays in, and finished with a better overall record than your team.

      If your immature enough to think my team stunk, the your team couldn’t have smelled much better could it.

      I bet you stink RC, and I bet you will consider that a racist statement also. LMAO

      9-6 LOSER

      • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 11:43 am #

        Wow. What a weak argument. YOU LOST THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 21-0.

        So combined, in the two games, the score was like 27-9. Yeah, still tied at 1-1. The one you got (won on the call of one fluke play) was November 5th, in a conference game. The one Alabama got (won in a historic BCS shut-out in a dominating fashion) was in the National Championship game. If you can’t see that there is a huge difference in the significance of those two games you are not grounded in reality. Your spin can’t alter the facts enough to convince anyone. Give it up, acknowledge Bama was the better team, and move on and hope for better results next time. Quit trying to re-write LSUs season by putting so much significance on the Oregon win, and a close game with Bama on the 5th of November. The one game that mattered the most, the goal of every team from the start of the season to make, the National Championship game, trumps everything else. And when you make it there, and then get beat, you are just second best. You seem to be having a hard time realizing this basic fact.

        21-0+NC > 9-6 OT = THE TRUTH.
        LOSER.

        • The Flash February 4, 2012 at 8:10 am #

          So Brando you DO acknowledge that Auburn was better than bama last year? I’ve never heard you or any other bama fan say that. In fact I seen several on here argue just the oppisite. I guess there is a double standard for you hypocrite gumps when it comes to Auburn.

          I can admit that bama was better than LSU on Jan 9th, can you admit that LSU was better than bama on Nov 5th?

          • BamaBrando February 5, 2012 at 2:58 pm #

            Bama and Auburn didn’t play against each other in the National Championship game.

            But, much like the Bama-Auburn game last season, the LSU-Bama game on the 5th was a very close game. LSU won it on the field for sure. But were they better than Bama that day? Bama had more yardage and scoring opportunities, LSU made the most of theirs. So, yeah, I guess you are right. On the 5th, LSU was just ever so slightly better than Bama.

            But on the 9th, Bama beat the hell out of LSU, and there wasn’t any doubt who was the best. Rarely ever does a team get completely dominated like LSU did in a NC game.

            The Bama-Auburn game last season has nothing to do with how badly LSU got their asses stomped by Bama on the 9th. You are still trying to spin and deflect, and I think it is pretty dang funny.

  15. RC February 3, 2012 at 11:11 am #

    Sniff sniff, but we beat the Rose & Orange Bowl Champion, sniff….but you couldn’t beat the BCS NATIONAL CHAMPION!!!! 21-0

  16. The Flash February 3, 2012 at 11:29 am #

    But we did 9-6!!!!! and on your own home field, in your own stadium , in fromt of 95000 of your gump friends.
    Obviously your not a real fan and was not there since you don’t remember.

    • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 11:54 am #

      And Bama beat LSU, much worse, in LSUs home state, broadcast to a national audience, for the National Championship. 21-0! And LSU was fortunate that it wasn’t much worse than that. Out coached, and out played in every phase of the game. The first game was a close defensive game that ended in regulation tied at 6. Then LSU won the field goal contest in OT. Very close game, even though moved the ball on LSUs defense pretty well and defensively played better than LSU as well. But that championship game, well, that was just a beat down in humiliating fashion. No way you can say the games are equal, when one was the National Championship game, and the other was not. Which win would you have rather had? Of course you won’t answer that question.

      • BamaBrando February 5, 2012 at 2:49 pm #

        Come on Flash, don’t be a wussy. Answer the question!

  17. RC February 3, 2012 at 11:58 am #

    FLASH,

    9-6 got TRUMPED when your team blew its LOAD on the Superdome turf by the 2011 BCS, AP, FWAA, and CNN NATIONAL CHAMPION ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE. The SEC Championship was meaningless. 21-0!!!!

    • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 12:08 pm #

      I agree. That SEC Champ title doesn’t mean much after Bama beat the SEC Champ after they won the title. Over weak-ass Georgia. In Flash’s world, National Championship games hold very little significance, especially since someone in the media crowned LSU the ‘greatest team ever’ before the National Championship game. Notice how he can’t acknowledge the domination of LSU by Bama in the Title Game. He keeps bring up a very close OT win on the 5th, like that was the final determining factor for the National Championship.

      • DES February 3, 2012 at 1:16 pm #

        BB-You are so right. What was it that CLM said? I didn’t see it coming? Had he wached the C1 bowl game with ‘Bama ruining Mich.St. whole year then he might have “seen it coming.” Big boy football yeah that’s “Bama ball.

        • WhoreEagle February 3, 2012 at 6:16 pm #

          Guys…Flash is just a little wimp that wants attention. His arguments make no sense (Please refer to “We beat the BCS Champions, so that means we are better” argument). He is obviously mentally challenged and is a virgin.

          I say we just humor him. Because honestly, isn’t he entertaining? This site would be boring without him. I mean, pretty much all the Aubies have left, so he is the only one left to abuse.

          • BamaBrando February 3, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

            Haha, you are so right. But dang, he just practically begs to be slapped around on here. I really do hope he sticks around for next season.

          • The Flash February 4, 2012 at 8:22 am #

            Seeing how I got 6 responses from you gumps after my last post, it would appear there is enough truth to my facts to cause your false sense of superiority to make you respond. Say what you want about me, what does that say about you? LMAO!!!

          • BamaBrando February 5, 2012 at 2:47 pm #

            Ah I see. You are just one of those people that are so completely stupid, yet they don’t ever realize it. Whatever, Flash. If you want to believe there is ‘enough truth’ to what you say, go ahead. ‘False sense of superiority’? Hell, Bama won and beat the hell out of LSU, it wasn’t even close. Nothing false about that. You just fail to acknowledge it, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

            You are on a Bama site, I am not on an LSU site. That says enough, really. But you are right about one thing. It is pretty pointless for me to respond to someone when they are so obviously mentally handicapped like you are. It is really no kind of challenge proving you wrong over and over again. I am starting to feel like I am picking on a retarded kid or something.

          • The Flash February 7, 2012 at 3:01 pm #

            Whore your read and comprehension skills are quite lacking. I never said “We beat the BCS Champions, so that means we are better”, I was merily stating a fact that during the season LSU beat quality teams like the Pac 12 and Rose Bowl champions, who beat the the Big 10 Champions, West Virgina and the Orange Bowl Champions who beat the ACC Champions and yes we beat the eventual BCS Champions. Those are facts. Try and refute them if you want but it just make you look dumb. All of this was done during the seasons while Bama was playing OCC pansies like Penn St. and Ga. Southern.

            Yes Bama was better than LSU on Jan. 9th and won the BCS, for which I have already congratulated them on that (I guess that wasn’t good enough for most of you bammers), but that does not mean that they were better than LSU durnig the season, and LSU proved that on Nov. 5th. Fact live with it! Just like I have to live with the fact that we didn’t show up and lost on Jan 9th.

    • The Flash February 4, 2012 at 8:16 am #

      So RC I guess by your thinking bama’s SEC Championship “was meaningless” after your bama team “blew its load” against mighty UTAH in the Sugar bowl?

      • WhoreEagle February 4, 2012 at 10:24 am #

        ” it would appear there is enough truth to my facts to cause your false sense of superiority to make you respond.” – Flash

        What?

  18. Fat_Die February 4, 2012 at 8:19 am #

    http://www.nola.com/lsu/index.ssf/2012/02/dutchtown_safety_landon_collin_1.html
    Nice try on spreading the rumor about Bama offering up a job to Collins girlfriend Flash.

    “The signing ended one of this year’s most dramatic recruitments. Justin reportedly claimed Collins’ girlfriend was offered a job in Alabama Coach Nick Saban’s office, which isn’t an NCAA violation. She also said she didn’t get a good vibe from Saban.

    Justin said Wednesday that her words have been twisted during the recruitment, and she wants the focus to be on her son.”

    I read this article Thursday on the helicopter on the way home. The kid chose Bama deal with it. Spin it however you want to spin it. 21-0.

    • The Flash February 7, 2012 at 3:06 pm #

      Wow you read it on a helicopter, must make it right!

  19. RC February 4, 2012 at 8:30 am #

    Nice try, FLASH, but we actually enjoy responding to racist, dumb asses like yourself because you make us look like geniuses. BTW, Bama lost to Florida, the 2008 BCS Champion in the SEC Champ game before we lost to Utah. We were only Western Div champs that year. Who cares about the Utes or even La Monroe anymore except some penis envy-LSU or AU fan.

    Keep posting, you racist piece of shit! We all enjoy the lunatic banter that cones from that dirty Semen infested mouth of yours

    • The Flash February 7, 2012 at 3:05 pm #

      Again you’re the only racist on this site RC, why else is it necessary to tell everybody you are a “african-american”? Because you are a racist that’s why!

      And you are always talking about semen and mouths. Are you a obsessed perverted teabagger also? I bet so.

  20. RC February 4, 2012 at 8:38 am #

    BTW, Flash the Ass, 21-0 BIOTCH!! It was proven on Jan 9 that Bama was the best team all along when even the AP, FWAA, Sporting News, etc were disgusted with LSU for blowing its wadd all over the Superdome turf. 9-6 was a fluke. A bad INT call from the refs, 4 missed FG’s, LSU outgained by Bama 294-239, etc. You can keep that meaningless reduced to nothing SEC trophy. We’ll take that CRYSTAL BCS CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!21-0

  21. RC February 4, 2012 at 2:21 pm #

    Whore Eagle,

    Flash is a first class dumb ass, but it’s fun going back & forth with such an obvious jealous douche

  22. bamabino February 4, 2012 at 2:51 pm #

    There’s only one second left! SPIKE IT Flash! Spike it!

  23. RC February 5, 2012 at 2:27 pm #

    Flash,

    What exactly has Saban done? He gave both of those greyshirts scholarships? They were only delaying their enrollment, but they would have 4 yrs left ON SCHOLARSHIP!!!! The problem lies with those 2 kids getting their feelings hurt that they weren’t included in the upcoming class AFTER season ending knee injuries to boot!!!! Suck it up, buttercups!!

    • BamaBrando February 5, 2012 at 5:04 pm #

      Remember a few years ago, Miles turn away a 4 star OL. His family was furious, and I think he ended up signing with Auburn. Anyone remember the name?

  24. Chuch February 5, 2012 at 4:11 pm #

    Scoreboard. Nothing else needs to be said and is the real reason little flash and barners come on here. They know they got nothing and are trying to feel better. All to no avail

    • BamaBrando February 5, 2012 at 4:45 pm #

      Your are so right. It is funny, with LSU, they were thumping their chests about a 3-point OT win, and with Auburn, it was a 1-point come from behind win. Yet the last games between Bama and LSU and Bama and Auburn were complete domination by Bama in routs.

  25. RC February 5, 2012 at 6:59 pm #

    I remember the incident, don’t remember the name. I imagine Flash will piss his pants when we get the name

    • The Flash February 7, 2012 at 3:09 pm #

      WRONG again RC! You’re making a habit of proving how wrong and stupid you are on this site. Must be you education or lack thereof. LOL

      See my response Brando in the next article and you might get a little education. You classless racist.

  26. RC February 7, 2012 at 8:50 pm #

    The Flash told me in another thread that I expect freebies because I’m black. Thanks for the psychoanalysis you trashy Cajun mud dog.

    21-0!!!! What did that trash LSU team win this past year?

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