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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by TYdeFan05, Jan 11, 2012.
Yea but your fraternity was littered with mobfags who were probably doing it to sound cool
Probably either way it still isn't right that the crowd mentality thinks that behavior is acceptable
Absolutely. I just don't understand it.
@Clown Baby I think we will see a pretty strong rotation at linebacker. I think Johnson will get the start at Mike, with CJ at Will. Trey Depriest will rotate in a lot, probably similar to how we used Mosley last year. Outside is a bigger question mark, but I expect Adrian Hubbard and Xavier Dickson to be the two main guys. Both are capable of playing Jack, but it seems like Dickson may be better suited with his hand on the ground playing more of a 4-3 D end role. Ryan Anderson or Reggae Regland could make an impact but I think they'd be better off just beasting on special teams for a year two.
Guessing this was unintentional but still funny
haha as our good friend Clown loves to point out, I have never been one to proofread my posts
just got back from new york and boston and had an incredible time. definitely broke the bank but it was definitely worth it. st. paddy's day in southie
It happens. Good post about the LBs too. I'd give you a like but the mobile site sucks
definitely gonna keep calling him Reggae Regland
my friend saw him and Rolando playing bball in decatur the other day and apparently Ragland looks a good two inches shorter than Boo.
TUSCALOOSA _ After a 10-day break the University of Alabama football team returned to the practice field for the second of 15 spring workouts Monday afternoon.
Although he now wears No. 6, running back Blake Sims was back in black Monday.
Like the first practice, players worked out again in helmets and shorts, but this time it was 85 degrees and sunny out whereas during the previous practice it was more like 58 and overcast.
One injury change was running back Blake Sims in black, signaling no contact, and not going through drills with teammates during the observation period.
Also in black were running back Eddie Lacy (toe) and offensive tackle Arie Kouandjio (knee), who are not expected to practice this spring. Linebacker Jonathan Atchison continues to sport an elbow brace.
Guard Chance Warmack appeared to be fully participating after being a little limited in the first workout.
As reported earlier in the day by BOL, wide receiver Duron Carter did not practice.
Although the reserve linemen are getting looks at numerous positions, they lined up from left to right: Kellen Williams, Chad Lindasy, Ryan Kelly, Isaac Luatua and Austin Shepherd.
Alabama will hold three more practices this week, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday a it hosts the annual coaches’ clinic. All practices except A-Day are closed to the public.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz what a boring update
This one isn't much better...
By Alex Scarborough
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama returned to practice today after a week off for spring break.
While there was no Duron Carter sighting -- as his Twitter account teased at earlier in the day -- there were a few things of note.
Here are a handful of observations from Day 2 of UA's spring practice:
Blake Sims did not work out with the running backs today. The former high school quarterback turned running back worked in drills in last week's practice but wore a non-contact jersey today.
Dillon Lee continues to get reps at inside linebacker. The true freshman was expected to play on the outside, as he did in high school, but has been moved inside at the start of spring practice. He'll have a chance to compete with the loss of Dont'a Hightower and Courtney Upshaw.
Eddie Lacy, sporting a black jersey and a walking boot, participated in drills with the running backs today. While Lacy obviously couldn't run, he did aid the other back when working on blocking. Lacy is expected to miss the entirety of spring practice while recovering from offseason surgery on his foot.
Linebacker Jonathan Atchinson was wearing a heavy brace on his left elbow as he ran through drills on Monday. The junior from Atlanta did not play last year after a freshman campaign that saw him enter into four games and record four tackles.
Would love for Goodbread and Reier to give another riveting edition of Bolevision so they can tell us which players pass the coveted "eyeball test"
Post about friend eye ball testing Reggie Ragland, follow immediately with this post.
seriously somebody please post the premium goodbread update
you got me there clown
Gotta keep you on your toes
sadly i used to watch a lot of bolevision
oh and apparently fat fuck trevor from innisfree works for BOL now
*** Spring practice #2 (Monday): What I'm seeing... Reply
*** The wide receiving corps went back to work Monday continuing to be without the services of the suspended trio of Ronald Carswell, Michael Bowman, and Duron Carter. Earlier in the day, a message posted to Carter's Twitter account said "freshs starts", leaving his thousands of Twitter followers wondering if that meant a return to the UA practice field. If it did, it didn't mean on Monday. ... As for the receivers on hand, Danny Woodson Jr. made an outstanding grab during individual drills, the best catch I saw while watching that unit. Woodson has no game experience but his competition for playing time doesn't have a great deal of it, either. Kevin Norwood appeared to be pointing a few things out to the younger players.
*** Barrett Jones continues to work at the center spot, and after UA coach Nick Saban declared after the first practice that "the experiment is over," with Jones at center, noting his early-season action there last year, don't look for Jones to return to left tackle anytime soon. That means, by extension, that the left tackle job is essentially Cyrus Kouandjio's to lose, and he doesn't look like he's about to lose anything. He was moving extremely well during individual drills.
*** Running back Eddie Lacy was again in a non-contact jersey and isn't expected to be available this spring, opening more opportunities for reps for the likes of Jalston Fowler, Dee Hart and others. ... Reserve offensive lineman Arie Kouandjio, who was in a non-contact jersey for the opening practice on March 9, was not present during the media viewing period.
*** Brent Calloway continues to work at the Sam linebacker position after moving from running back. Calloway, a redshirt freshman, was a five-star recruit from Russellville with high school experience at LB.
*** One to keep an eye on this spring is Brandon Lewis. Fellow tight end Michael Williams noted after the first practice that Lewis had lost significant weight, and there is no doubt that he has. The converted defensive end no longer looks like a defensive end playing tight end, as he did last year. Now, Lewis looks much more at home at the position, both physically and from a knowledge standpoint. He's got the size to play up on the line like Williams, and although you won't likely see Lewis running routes from the slot like former H-back Brad Smelley, don't be surprised if Lewis gets a look as a short-yardage H-back in running situations, not unlike the role Baron Huber once held.
*** Ryan Kelly worked at guard during individual drills. Although he still lacks the size of most others in the unit, he definitely gets off the ball with a burst. He'd play for a guy like Rick Trickett, who favors smaller, quicker OLs, tomorrow. For this staff, Kelly will probably look to continue adding weight. But the athleticism is definitely there.
*** Upcoming later today: Photo gallery from Michelle Carter, as well as a subscriber's choice video of freshman RB T.J. Yeldon (see pinned thread), a video practice report, and full coverage of Saban's post-practice news conference.
Yea we know. Poodle said the other day someone needs to troll him when they post tidbits on the forum. Something along the lines of "just because Brad Smelley frequents Innisfree does not mean you have inside info"
i'd love to troll him. that dude used to turn me down all the time. now i drunkenly ask him for recruiting info, in which he replies with speculation and probably lies.
How long until you guys officially process Bowman, Arie K, and Duron Carter?
And lol at anybody ITT who is worried about yall's defense as long as Saban is around.
I'd be surprised if Bowman was here in the Fall. It seems like Saban is doing everything he can to keep Carter on the team. Pretty sure we need him that bad. I'd be shocked if Arie ever transferred. I guess a medical hardship is possible if his knee problems persist, but that wouldn't be for a year or two.
And fuck you guys for signing both Collins and Eddie Williams. As soon as EW realizes he belongs on defense, that's gonna be one hell of a safety combo.
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Artie Burns just told me that he has officially decommitted from Alabama. More to come....
I'm hearing differing reports from Trevor on this. Gonna have to wait until Cool Chad weighs in
And Burns's mom told TideSports he hasn't called the staff and de-committed yet.
Mom is left out of the loop on this one.
Well, Ms. Burns is actually right.
Artie hasn't told the staff yet, just sent texts to the recruiting reporters. Yet, he still had a quote about how upset our staff was and trying to talk him out of it, but he really hasn't even called yet.
arie won't get processed
because of cyrus?
Because he is good, just hurt
has he ever played for you guys?
he's kind of behind dj fluker
No, he redshirted and then got injured before last season.
that's kind of a big dude to be behind.
Can't wait to see what this guy can do
What's the deal with Burns? Kind of been out of the recruiting loop, but was there talk of a decommitment?
pagan and fanning are going to be manimals
Well, is he trying to cause a stir or what?
Nkemdiche tells a Scout reporter that LSU is now his leader.
Not going to worry about it.
That trip definitely had an effect on him. He's been raving about it to every outlet.
Did they show him their SEC championship rings? :snicker: