I mentioned this in a thread earlier today and I have heard it mentioned twice already that FSU plays like an SEC team. I guess if ESPN can't have an all SEC title game they are going to try to make us feel like we are watching one. It's a joke and they should be talking about FSU representing their own conference, The ACC. I would be pissed if I ran or rooted for The ACC.
Bump When an ESPN Talking Head Compares FSU to an SEC Team
I don't see nothin wrong.
I don't see nothin wrongggg...with a little bump and...
Coke. Fuckin newbs.
Nuts to butts? Holes to poles?
Sounds like a drinking game to me.
bump, or drink?
Speaking of ESPN, did you see that Tebow love-fest infomercial earlier this week? (the link is to Deadspin, which can be miserable, in case some folks have an aversion to going there).
Tim's a swell guy and all that but this piece is just tripe.
I feel odd saying this about a guy who's financial future is so secure but I honestly feel kind of bad for the guy. By all accounts from people who have met him and spoken to him, he truly seems to be a stand up guy and a role model, regardless of his faith and stance on religion (trying not to step over that line, mods). But he has received so much unwarranted media attention that there are tens of millions of people who have never even met the guy in passing who absolutely loathe him.
I mean, how shitty of a situation would that be if you couldn't even walk down the street or to go to the gas station without there being at leat few people to give you shit about anything just because a bunch of people on tv are obsessed with talking about you ALL. THE. TIME. Yeah, he has quite a bit of money now, but damn...
I agree wholeheartedly. ESPN and their ilk build these folks up so much and folks take out their frustration on the individuals, not the talking heads.
Bump that. Get outa my face.
SEC-OND TO NONE!
I'll just reference Third Eye Blind's Semi-Charmed Life for all the "bump" newbies . . .
The sky was gold, it was rose
I was taking sips of it through my nose
And I wish I could get back there, someplace back there
Smiling in the pictures you would take
Doing crystal meth, will lift you up until you break
It won't stop, I won't come down
I keep stock with the tick-tock rhythm, I bump for the drop
And then I bumped up, I took the hit that I was given
Then I bumped again, then I bumped again
How do I get back there, to the place where I fell asleep inside you
How do I get myself back to the place where you said...
I want something else, to get me through this
Semi-charmed kinda life, baby, baby
I want something else, I'm not listening when you say good-bye
Go to karaoke song.
You might as well have just settled for a rail.
Are you talking key bumps?
Can we take bumps off of Jenn Sterger's tits?
...get in line, bro
A drinking game I would already be toxic.
Degenerates...all of you....and I love you all.
It didn't work.
You kids and your new slang for imbibing!
So confused - where are all the Dantonio emojis?
Brent's parting shot on the way to commercial, "And it's only fitting because Jimbo Fisher modeled the entire Florida State team after the SEC."
What a joke.
no one saying a thing about how the fifth year seniors r Bowdens..just jimbo recruiting like the sec
long before the SEC mythology began. What an idiot, tripping out on crap that ain't even believable when you actually consider it. It's as idiotic as his comment about McCarron's girl friend last year. Brent needs to consider looking live at this game next year from his own home. By the way, did it seem like they were broadcasting from some remote location in Bristol instead of the Rose Bowl? That booth looked like a space capsule.
Midwestern coaches who migrated there after getting their starts in the Bible belt of college football, Ohio and Michigan. They have succeeded in the South because of population changes, favorable weather and recruiting climate and their own drive. We are talking principally about three coaches who have created this SEC myth: Saban, Miles and Meyer.
LSU has won under both Saban and Miles. Alabama has flourished under Saban and Meyer had his greatest success at Florida.
Auburn won with a coach it no longer employs who had an ex-Florida recruit transfer to his school for one glorious year. This year the Tigers got to the NC game led by an a former high school offensive guru who became everybody's go-to expert on uptempo football.
Both the coaches from last night's championship game have backgrounds that mesh with Saban whose coaching influence extends to Dantonio, who just enjoyed his most successful year of his career.
It's not the conference, it's the coaches -- and what they do with the job they get at the program they are at. It's about the ability to mold consistently winning teams. Is their a reason they call Miami of Ohio the cradle of coaches, or why Bo and Woody are still revered at their respective schools and conferences?
In college football, it's about the coaches.