Southeastern Conference Post Game

December 6, 2009

In the words of the Professional Wrestling Icon “Nature Boy” Ric Flair

“To Be the Man, you have to beat the Man”

Saturday night in Atlanta at the Georgia Dome….
The Southeastern Conference Championship game….

The Alabama Crimson Tide didn’t just beat the man….
They took him behind the woodshed and wore his ass out.


Many of you were kind enough to email me asking my thoughts about this game

Here they are….
In no particular order

EDITORS NOTE: Please forgive me, it’s been a while

Some experts said before the game “if” Alabama could keep the contest close
The Tide “might” have a shot at playing the Mighty Florida Gators (again) in the National Championship game.

Some even claimed this game was going to be a “Classic”
I guess it was if you spell “classic” B-L-O-W O-U-T

But to be honest I felt good about this game
My confidence was not misplaced
Before the game a calm Alabama Quarterback, Greg McElroy
addressed his offence with this simple sentence, spoken in a calm, but excited voice
“Let’s go win a championship boys”

Then I saw the Alabama defensive player with eye black similar to Tim Tebow’s
It had a Bible verse on it too…
Ezekiel under one eye and 20:29 under the other eye
This Bible verse reads……
“Then I said unto them, what is the high place whereunto you go? And the name thereof is called Ba’mah unto this day”

No jumping around…
No screaming or flexing muscles and cockiness

Just Business from the boys in Crimson

The Alabama Crimson Tide limited the Florida Gators to “13” points for the entire game, Believe that?
While Rolling up almost 500 yards of total offense against the “Number One” defense in College Football.

Something else we all learned in this game….
Superman doesn’t wear “Number 15” as the Gator Nation would want you to believe

He has a “2” in his equation
Like say…

I don’t know if Mark Ingram will win the Heisman Trophy from this game

But I can tell you who won’t….

But the Florida Gators should have known at Half-Time this wasn’t going to end well.

In the Dr. Pepper Challenge for a Hundred Thousand Dollar College Scholarship…..
Two people were selected to throw ten footballs into an oversized Dr. Pepper Can from ten yards away.

There was a young man from Florida out on the field doing the “Gator Chomp” and saying…..
he was going “Ten for Ten” and then while doing the Gator Chomp felt obligated to yell, “Go Gators!”

The other young person was a young lady from Alabama….
that according to her “just learned to throw a football” and she said
“her high school football coach taught her how to throw it”

The competition started…..
And the little girl from Alabama that just learned how to throw a football beat the boy doing the gator chomp.

It was a sign of things to come

In the second half the Crimson Tide made Urban sweat and Timmy cry…

No moral victories, no fourth quarter comebacks
No matter how many times CBS Sports….
Showed replays of last years SEC Championship game

This was the Alabama Crimson Tide’s night

SEC Championship

They simply dominated the Gators in every phase of the game…..
and now the Crimson Tide are the Southeastern Conference Champions
and will have the opportunity to play for the National Championship

I know this article will upset the commentators and sideline reporters from CBS Sports….
who have carried on a Love Fest with Urban Myer and Tim Tebow all year.

But I suspect they are still on the “suicide hotline” and won’t have time to read it.

Forgive me, I’m still excited

I will have more later on in the week…….
Including emails and other news about this game and the other games from last week.

But for now, I am still celebrating…



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9 Responses to Southeastern Conference Post Game

  1. Kaye on December 6, 2009 at 10:02 pm

    Loved the fact that you and I had the same thought when the little Alabama fan won the Dr. Pepper challenge.

    And I am so glad I don’t have to hear about Tim Tebow on EVERY college game, regardless of teams playing.

    Anxious to read more later this week.

    We’re going to Pasadena!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! See you there?????

  2. Bulldog Jim on December 7, 2009 at 10:48 am

    The SEC has a “Great Team” representing us all (SEC Lovers)and I will be watching and extremely happy as I was when BAMA ROLLED over the Gator. Enjoy, my dear friend and looking forward to your future “comments.” Your pal, BJ

  3. Lee on December 7, 2009 at 4:39 pm

    It’s been a long 17 years since 1992, but maybe, just maybe, the world is about to return to a semblance of normalcy.

    Just as the Longhorns booted that field goal just inside the upright, my wife (Univ of Texas-Austin grad) reached over and punched me in the nose. With a tender and soft voice she muttered, “It’s gonna be a long month, a$$hole.” Our “House Divided” flag ( was ordered immediately after I stopped the bleeding.

    Roll Tide Roll!


  4. MEB on December 7, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    Lee –

    My Friend I see that you married well….
    I know seeing the Tide at the top with was worth a lick or two…
    ROLL TIDE to you my friend…


  5. MEB on December 7, 2009 at 7:13 pm

    ROLL TIDE! Bulldog Jim!

    Thank you!!!!!!!


  6. MEB on December 7, 2009 at 7:15 pm

    Miss Kaye –

    When that little gal beat that boy, I just knew the game was over….
    (After I laughed my butt off, that is….)



  7. GO BUCKS MICHIGAN SUCKS on December 8, 2009 at 7:30 pm

    Great Game! Good luck ‘Bama (paging George Teague).

    What I want to know is how did CJ Spiller not get an invite to New York?

  8. Zach on December 9, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    The best part of the game was seeing Tebow crying on the sideline…….”there is no crying in football.”

  9. MEB on December 9, 2009 at 7:51 pm

    Good to see you back GBMS….
    The “real” reason The Clemson great isn’t invited is simple.
    The “office” of political correctness dictates that at least “one” candidate for the Heisman Trophy have a name that cannot be pronounced by anyone raised in this country.
    Thus, why Numu Shananuimanniati-aminarti-stuminciba from Nebraska was the last finalist selected.
    I hope that answered your question.

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