Raj: Excuse me, I can't be drinking, I'm about to make an important scientific discovery here!
Howard:What? Galileo did his best work while drinking wine!
Raj: How do you know that?
Howard: He was Italian, it's a reasonable assumption.
Raj: Dude, can you even open your mouth without saying a cultural stereotype?
Howard: I'm sorry Galileo drank diet sprite!
I never seriously thought DJ would be back next year. He goes with the thanks of a grateful university and I hope he cashes in and can bring his family some security like it has never had before. AJ should stay -- lots of QBs on the board this year. EL can really help himself with a monster game in January -- not to mention the team. As many nagging injuries as he's had to live with, I think he is right to go. RBs have only so many miles in them and he's run a lot. Don't get me wrong, love to have them back, but I do try to live in the real world from time to time.
Eddie and DJ will do just fine in the pros as with Chance...
agree we need to keep the jackals away for another month
I'll put this here, because it's just speculation at this point, but Phil Savage said on the radio this morning that by all indications CJ Moseley will come back for another year. This was on WNSP in Mobile. They were talking to him about the Senior Bowl and asked about some of the players that were leaving early and the fact that AJ said yesterday he was returning.
Take it for what it's worth, which at this point in time, is not much.
"Auburn would never admit it, but it always wanted to be Alabama when it grew up." -ESPN's Gene Wojciechowski
35 yard INT for a TD against UF in 2010.
INT of Jefferson in the National Championship Game.
Tipped Pass that sealed the win against UGA in the SEC Championship game.
Even in our 1 loss this year, he was maybe the only guy on defense who brought his A game. 14 tackles (career high) & a sack.
C.J.'s never played with a mean streak, and that's probably been his greatest detriment. He doesn't play like he should be feared. (He's quietly good, if that makes sense) You tend to forget he's out there because his approach is so business-like. But that's not meant to be disparaging. I think he's the most athletic linebacker of the Saban era. He has the coverage skills most of the LB's we've had come through Tuscaloosa over the last 6 years have lacked. If he comes back next year he'll be the undisputed alpha dog on a defense that has the potential to be even better than this years.
Honey Badger is projected to be chosen 33rd in the first round by the Mean Machine.
"I don't know what class is but I can tell when one has it, you can tell from a mile away"
Rasuputin's response to my question "What benefit do tablets provide students?"
(In an old southern trailer park redneck beer in hand marlboro light in other and camoflauge cutoff shorts man's voice) If a tablet was good enough for Moses and the 10 Commandments then by god they are good enough for my children in school today!!!!!!!
I think IT all depends on CJ Mosley's performance in the championship game. If he steps up big time in the game like he did last year, then he could see his draft stock go up big time. I think he won't decide until after the championship, but for the moment he could be staying. It's important that he stand out in that game.
We are champions. We can prove it! *counting 15 championships*
Did anyone see CJ's tweets two days ago? I know a lot can happen between now and early January, but I found them pretty interesting. http://twitter.com/TreyDeuce32RTR/tweets