We all knew it was coming.
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We all knew it was coming.
Meet Kimberly, Alabama's Vince Gilham, the 44-year-old Jefferson County deputy who won The Birmingham News' "Ultimate Man Cave" contest, Tide Rolling country's "quest to find the most elaborate set-up to watch college football on Saturdays".
In case you missed it during that weird period when a video goes viral and the person who made it gets butthurt and takes it down, then realizes it is their only shot at ironic fame and puts it back up so they can get on Tosh, please enjoy this video of University of Alabama Panhellenic Association Board combining their awful white teen girl powers to form some Godless approximation of musical Voltron.
Yeah, I can't come up with a funny picture for this one.
Last week, pitchers Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers and Francisco Liriano of the Minnesota Twins threw no-hitters and everybody was all like, “Oh snap, two no-hitters in one week.
Sports 12 Most Devoted Celebrity NBA Playoff Fans - This list taught me that Chris Tucker is suddenly old, Eddie Vedder has turned into a bookish MILF, and that Will Smith had his own basketball card.
Harvey Updyke, the man accused of poisoning the historic oak trees at Toomer's Corner in Auburn (you know, the trees normal, ecologically-minded people cover in toilet paper to celebrate football victories) has spoken out, saying he expects to go to jail.
Probably the only thing more disturbing than the NFL releasing a schedule of games that it doesn't intend to play (we'll get to that) was something I stumbled upon this morning: apparently Alabama football coach Nick Saban <a href="http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/04/nick_sabans_statue_unveiled_sy.html">already has a statue</a> of his likeness erected in Tuscaloosa, just outside of Bryant-Denny Stadium.
So that old dude in Alabama that killed those trees in <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/02/auburn-had-their-tree-attacked">Auburn's famous Toomer's Corner</a>.
ESPN launched another one of those "It's Not Crazy.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got multiple restraining orders against Victoria’s Secret models and you vaguely remember watching ESPN’s “Dream Job” reality series, which lasted three seasons.
Nick Saban doesn't want aspiring sports agents playing headgames with college football players.
Somebody once chiseled on stone something about not worshipping false idols, but they never laid eyes on Tim Tebow’s chiseled abs.
Losing your starting quarterback in the first quarter due to injury certainly makes it a lot harder to win the national championship.
In a time when the recession is being felt by most everyone in their pants.
In BCS news: <a href="http://espn.go.com/college-football/bcs/_/week/6">nothing</a>.
I can tell you one thing; I know what I like when I see it.
Before we get into discussing the NFL playoffs, it's kind of worth noting what happened on Friday night: a college football team completed a perfect 13-0 season by dominating a highly regarded SEC team that had been undefeated until the SEC championship.
Montgomery police <a href="http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/article/20081218/NEWS/81218011&referrer=FRONTPAGECAROUSEL" target="_blank">arrested 10 people in a prostitution sting</a>, and 28-year-old Leslie Parker, seen here supporting Nick Saban's Sugar Bowl-bound Crimson Tide, was one of seven women arrested.
By virtue of being a top-five team that didn't shit the bed this past weekend, the Oklahoma Sooners have taken over as <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=3614337" target="_blank">college football's top-ranked team</a> this week.