Bird (@Autull) finds himself flying solo, again, this week with an entertaining podcast. First, Bird looks back at the de facto playoff games, from last week, involving SEC teams. Georgia, of course, defeated Kentucky and Alabama pummeled LSU in the Southeastern Conference play. This week? It’s not a matter of whether or not the Alabama Crimson Tide will beat the Mississippi State Bulldogs. It’s a matter of by how many points. Will it cover the 24 point spread? Find out here! Also, Saturday finds Auburn at Georgia, LSU at Arkansas, Kentucky at Tennessee, and more. In fact, all 14 SEC teams are scheduled to play Saturday. Get the skinny on all of those matters right here on The SEC: Yesterday and Today. So, Stop, Click, and Listen!!!
During his prime, I grew into an “anyone but Tiger Woods” fan of professional golf. Not because I didn’t appreciate his abilities and his tenacity, but because he ruined so many Sunday rounds of major championships. I never watched a lot of golf on TV, but the majors were always fun, especially on Sundays. It just wasn’t that much fun watching the field play for second place while Tiger held a 5-, 10-, or 15-stroke lead. Tiger wasn’t going to choke and no one else was good enough to catch him, so what’s the point when the potential drama was as exciting as a NASCAR battle for ninth place?
Mike Detillier (@MikeDetillier ), a Louisiana legend, is Bird’s guest on this week’s podcast. Before Bird (@Autull) and Mike get into their most entertaining and interesting conversation, Bird gives a very brief numeric history of the LSU-Alabama series. Then, YAYHEE!, the two get deep into LSU football with tales of Billy Cannon, Joe Namath, Ed Orgeron, and more. Then it’s time for predictions on the huge game between NO. 1, Alabama, and NO. 3, LSU. They continue the picks with a look at Georgia-Kentucky and Auburn-Texas A&M and conclude the program with some really fun chat about fried catfish and gumbo, Louisiana style! You don’t want to miss dat! So, Stop, Click, and Listen to episode 23 of The SEC: Yesterday and Today!
This week Bird @Autull) runs through a hodge podge of topics from games played last Saturday to games that will be played on November 3rd. And, of course, games scheduled this Saturday, the 27th. Those games to be played Saturday include “The World’s Largest Cocktail Party” in Jacksonville, FL. The Gators and the Bulldogs are both ranked in the AP Top Ten and this should be a doozy! Can the Gators pull off the upset? Listen and learn! Also included on this podcast are the standings in both divisions of the SEC and a look at all of the conference teams that are currently ranked in the AP Poll. Stop, Click, and Listen, right here, to The SEC: Yesterday and Today!
Bird (@Autull) begins the program by reflecting on Auburn’s disappointing season in the light of the big picture of life and how the sport of college football fits into that perspective. There is a great deal of turmoil down on the Plains. Will the Tigers turn its season around? We’ll know more as the season winds down and teams desperately fight to maintain or enhance their positions in the post-season. For Auburn, this matter will be furthered along in Oxford, MS, as the Tigers take on the Ole Miss Rebels. Bird picks this and all other SEC games, both straight up and against the spread. So, Stop, Click, and Listen, to The SEC: Yesterday and Today!
Welcome back to the College Football Roundtable — Week 8 edition. This week’s panel is HUGE and we talk a lot about the top end of the AP Top 25 and a little bit about Virginia! Settle in, folks!
Bryce Hall’s touchdown-saving tackle on the 7 yard-line is all you need to know about the Virginia football team and how they upset No. 16 Miami in Charlottesville. Miami’s Travis Homer was on his way to a 77-yard touchdown run when Bryce Hall came streaking across the field to knock Homer out of bounds at the Virginia 7. Instead of a 77-yard touchdown run, Miami settled for a 28-yard field goal. Hall kept 4 points off the board, Virginia won by 3. While not quite that simple, this play was emblematic of how and why Virginia won.
We have reached the halfway point of the 2018 college football season and things are really beginning to shape up in the SEC. Alabama and Georgia lead their respective divisions, as expected, and the remainder of the conference is about where it was speculated to be at this juncture. Auburn is out of it. That was not in the forecast. Florida and Kentucky are poised to give the Bulldogs a run in the East. The premier game in the conference has those Bulldogs facing the LSU Tigers, in Baton Rouge, Saturday afternoon. Bird (@Autull) speaks to that subject and picks all of the conference games to be played Saturday. So Stop, Click, and Listen, to this week on the SEC: Yesterday and Today!
Bird (@Autull) is by himself, once again this week. He begins the podcast by reviewing the standings in the East and West divisions of the conference and moves from there to the individual leaders in statistics. Then we come to the meat of the show with analysis and predictions of every SEC game to be played this Saturday. Will Alabama cover? Will Auburn win? And how about the big games in Gainesville (Florida-LSU) and College Station (Texas A&M-Kentucky)? All this, and more, right here on The SEC: Yesterday and Today!
Welcome to October! This week, our panelists answer the biggest question about the biggest game last week and look at Scott Frost, Notre Dame and name some potential playoff teams.