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Old 01-13-2017, 04:50 PM
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What did I say in the above post about Gus @ Auburn always after that One Big Time Player and then if they have a good year then he enters the Draft and they fall flat on there face again!
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Old 01-14-2017, 07:39 PM
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damn billy, you are so blessed!!!
I'm blessed too........
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Old 01-14-2017, 07:41 PM
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What did I say in the above post about Gus @ Auburn always after that One Big Time Player and then if they have a good year then he enters the Draft and they fall flat on there face again!

Give me some stats on Mark Ingram and compare them to other NFL players.... And he was Heisman boy.....
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Old 01-15-2017, 09:00 AM
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Give me some stats on Mark Ingram and compare them to other NFL players.... And he was Heisman boy.....
Since the NFL starting letting the players disrespect the American Flag I do not watch any games or have anything to do with the NFL!

When you disrespect the American Flag you are disrespecting America along with all the Brave Men & Women in the Armed Forces who have fought to protect this country with many of them giving there lives and even many many more coming back with injuries that prevent there for living any kind of normal life as well as us American Citizens who have work our Adult life paying Tax's to keep America going!

And if the NFL players that make millions of $$$ along with the NFL have no respect for America I will have nothing to do with them in any way shape or form! And anyone who goes to a NFL Game or watch's a game on TV is disrespecting America as well.

So with that being said I don't know anything about the NFL stats and do not want to know anything about the NFL!!!!!

HOW CAN ANYONE THAT CALLS OR THINKS OF THEMSELF AS AN AMERICAN SUPPORT A ANTI-AMERICAN anything?
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Old 01-15-2017, 05:54 PM
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Bowtie is right about disrespecting our country, I too no longer follow any nfl games and will not until league owners do something about their players. I would way more like to watch mean ole rascals play at least I would know it is AMERICAN BELIEVERS that are playing each other!!!!!!!!!!! on the end note though I will gracefully bow out with a WARRRRRRRRRRRRRRR EAGLE. win, lose, or tie, AUBURN FAN TILL THE DAY I DIE, gotta be a little roll tide for my children also, oh yeah, and the fat elefunt fans also
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Old 01-17-2017, 12:31 AM
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Bowtie is right about disrespecting our country, I too no longer follow any nfl games and will not until league owners do something about their players. I would way more like to watch mean ole rascals play at least I would know it is AMERICAN BELIEVERS that are playing each other!!!!!!!!!!! on the end note though I will gracefully bow out with a WARRRRRRRRRRRRRRR EAGLE. win, lose, or tie, AUBURN FAN TILL THE DAY I DIE, gotta be a little roll tide for my children also, oh yeah, and the fat elefunt fans also
Just because a couple of NFL players would not recognize the star bangled banner??? I just wonder how many college players do the same thing and baseball and basketball players do the same.... I don't agree with it, but it is their right to love or hate a song about rockets red glare and bombs bursting.... Well you know the rest....... Does this mean you are not going to watch any sports?????? Give me a break.... I hate it too, but we fought for their right to do what they want.....
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Old 01-17-2017, 06:55 PM
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Just because a couple of NFL players would not recognize the star bangled banner??? I just wonder how many college players do the same thing and baseball and basketball players do the same.... I don't agree with it, but it is their right to love or hate a song about rockets red glare and bombs bursting.... Well you know the rest....... Does this mean you are not going to watch any sports?????? Give me a break.... I hate it too, but we fought for their right to do what they want.....
your right also showtime and the reason I no longer watch pro ball is because I was a 49er fan. cant blame them all but I feel that the loyal ones would crack some heads. oh well, will just keep rideing with the AYEEEEEE YOUUUUU, WARRRRRRRRR EAGLE buddy
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:38 PM
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I for one will not support them sorry SOB'S, if they hate America so bad they should take there sorry ass to another country. Anyone that goes to a game or watch a game on TV is just as guilty as them for supporting them!
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:39 PM
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your right also showtime and the reason I no longer watch pro ball is because I was a 49er fan. cant blame them all but I feel that the loyal ones would crack some heads. oh well, will just keep rideing with the AYEEEEEE YOUUUUU, WARRRRRRRRR EAGLE buddy

WDE, we will get them all next year...........
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:42 PM
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I for one will not support them sorry SOB'S, if they hate America so bad they should take there sorry ass to another country. Anyone that goes to a game or watch a game on TV is just as guilty as them for supporting them!
So you are going to make a decision on one or two players and condemn them all???? You are such a racist and it shows in all your posts
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:52 PM
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So you are going to make a decision on one or two players and condemn them all???? You are such a racist and it shows in all your posts
If being against shit like that is a Racist them I'm Proud to be a Racist! Have you forgot who I am that word Racist don't mean shit to me. And it Damn sure does not scare me one bit!!!!!!
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Old 01-17-2017, 09:54 PM
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Sportsbook employees worked overtime Monday as they cleared out their cash drawers to pay out the mile-high stack of Clemson and Over parlays they were hit with in the national title game.

But they had little time to lick their wounds after the second straight Alabama-Clemson classic ended in a last-second 35-31 win for the underdog Tigers.
Odds to Win 2018 CFB title
Team Odds
Alabama 3/1
Florida State 7/1
Oklahoma 8/1
Ohio State 8/1
USC 8/1
Louisville 12/1
Michigan 12/1
LSU 12/1
Clemson 18/1
Texas 25/1
Oklahoma State 30/1
Auburn 30/1

It's never too soon too look ahead, and many outlets already are accepting future wagers on teams to win the 2018 college football championship.

Here is a look and brief overview of the top 12 teams offered on the board at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook:

Alabama (3/1): Anyone who bet Alabama in this yearís future market or in Monday night's title game might be a little squeamish about throwing more money on the Crimson Tide. But both current form and recent history suggest this is the best time and price with which to do so.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts and most of his weapons will be back because most of them are too young to be draft-eligible. The Tide also will return plenty on the defensive side, and has another top-rated recruiting class coming to campus.

Alabama went 26 straight games and won a national title in between its two previous losses, so it stands to reason the Tide are the deserved, shortest favorite on the board.

Florida State (7/1): Explosive all-purpose back Dalvin Cook is NFL-bound, but quarterback Deondre Francois is likely to be in the Heisman conversation and he will have plenty of weapons.

Florida State will also return a good portion of a defense that made great strides this season, and will benefit from an ACC race that will likely see new national champion Clemson have a bit of a letdown because of its massive roster overhaul.

Oklahoma (8/1): Oklahoma will lose one of the best college backfield duos in recent memory as the bruising Samaje Perine, who leaves the program as the all-time rushing leader, and the speedy Joe Mixon are both headed to the pros.

But two-time Heisman finalist Baker Mayfield will return for his final year of eligibility, although he will likely lose standout receiver Dede Westbrook to the NFL draft. Even so, the Sooners are expected to have one of the top recruiting classes in the country.

Ohio State (8/1): Last season, the Buckeyes had the look of a team that was a year away from being a clear-cut favorite for the national title, as they were powered by one of the highest-rated incoming classes in recent memory but just a handful of experienced veterans.

Their core will return with needed experience and will be led by quarterback J.T. Barrett, who recently announced heís returning for his senior season. Barrett took some criticism for the teamís late-season woes in the passing game, but he will be one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the country.

USC (8/1): early NFL departures will play a big role in the Trojansí prospects for next season. Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster recently announced his entry in the draft, and he is likely to soon be followed by cornerback-return man Adoree Jackson.

The potential loss of explosive playmakers should tame expectations, even though quarterback Sam Darnold and a host of core players will return. But with USCís sparkling finish to the season, which included a Rose Bowl victory, itís reasonable to expect the Trojans to again be overvalujed int eh betting market. Weíre already seeing it with this price.

Louisville (12/1): Heisman-winning quarterback Lamar Jackson will return, as he just completed his true sophomore season. The offense should have plenty of surrounding weapons, but defense could be a major question.

The senior-laden squad will be decimated, led by lineman Devonte Fields and safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, who are headed to the next level. They will have to be replaced, and Louisville also has to shake its habit of faltering against top-quality opponents.

Michigan (12/1): Michigan's defense will undoubtedly be hampered by the departure of linebacker Jabrill Peppers, the Heisman finalist who recently announced he is turning pro. The Wolverines have holes to fill on defense, but their concerns donít end there.

Quarterback Wilton Speight will return, but Michigan is set to lose almost its entire offensive line and top playmakers in tight end Jake Butt and running back DeíVeon Smith. There's zero value on the Wolverines at this relatively short price.

LSU (12/1): The permanent hiring of the much-adored Ed Orgeron was a feel-good story for followers of the program in the wake of the mid-season firing of Les Miles. However, if Orgeron duplicates the results he produced as head coach at Ole Miss -- he went 10-25 in three seasons -- those warm feelings will turn cold fast.

In addition to questions about his long-term viability as coach of a top-shelf program, LSU also faces some serious personnel issues. The Tigers are looking at losing all of their top receivers and the bulk of their defensive line to the NFL draft. A future wager at this price is a tough sell under the circumstances.

Clemson (18/1): Deshaun Watson, Mike Williams and Wayne Gallman are NFL-bound, and others might follow suit, so the Tigers will surely be starting a new era on the offensive side. Some defensive prospects might also turn pro, and leader Ben Boulware will graduate.

Even so, coach Dabo Swinney has continually shown he recruits well enough to keep the program among the countryís elite on an annual basis. But it's still a stretch to envision the Tigers competing for the title next season.

Texas (25/1): New coach Tom Herman developed a reputation as something of a wunderkind for elevating Houston to national prominence in short order. The noted offensive guru should have plenty of resources in place to do the same at success-starved Texas.

Budding quarterback prospect Shane Beuchele returns, along with the bulk of his offensive line and weapons on the outside. The running game will suffer from the NFL departure of DíOnta Foreman, who led the country in rushing yards, but the Longhorns still have powerful back Chris Warren III.

The defense will need some work, but this is still a decent value position on a viable longshot.

Oklahoma State (30/1): Mike Gundy's Cowboys had one of the most explosive offensive units in the country, and they should be even better next season.

The program received welcome news with the recent announcement that star quarterback Mason Rudolph and wideout James Washington are both skipping the NFL draft and returning to school.

Freshman running back Justice Hill emerged as a breakout star, and Oklahoma State will return the bulk of its offensive line as well.

The Cowboys made significant strides with their once-leaky defense, but some shortcomings showed in losses to Baylor and Oklahoma. They will have to reach another level in order to be a serious playoff contender.

Auburn (30/1): The Tigers fixed their long-problematic defense by fielding a unit that emerged as one of the tops in the country, allowing just 17 points per game. Although they will lose edge rusher Carl Lawson to the NFL draft, they will return several key players.

In an about-face for offensive maven Gus Malzahn, the teamís woes came on the offensive end, where it struggled to get consistent production from a rotation of quarterbacks. This will likely be remedied with the addition of Baylor transfer Jarrett Stidham, who will be eligible next season. The highly touted recruit showed flashes of stardom in limited action as a true freshman with the Bears.

Although unseating Alabama in the SEC West will always be an enormous obstacle, the Tigers are worth a look at this lofty payback.
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Old 01-17-2017, 10:51 PM
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So you are going to make a decision on one or two players and condemn them all???? You are such a racist and it shows in all your posts
There was a lot more than 1 or 2 players Paul. The link below list some of them. Not all of them though. There were more in the weeks to follow.

http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/p...them-in-week-2

I do have the NFL Channel and have not watched a single game or part of a game this year.
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Just a little fun fact for you. The Gators have won more games this year than bamer.
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Old 01-18-2017, 12:10 PM
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Dayem,LSU hasn't won a game this year.
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Old 01-20-2017, 04:49 PM
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We have a new President both at AlaBama and America today!
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Old 01-20-2017, 04:53 PM
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we have a new president both at alabama and america today!:d
yes we do.:d:d
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Old 01-22-2017, 11:13 AM
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he is a AUBURN fan also
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Old 02-28-2017, 09:40 PM
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I heard Paul say today Ole Miss might be in deep shit!
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