At some point this season, I started calling Steen "Big Country," in response to how different his personality was from Fluker and Jones on either side of him. I enjoy yelling "Bow up Big Country" at my television, so I'm glad he's coming back.
This was my favorite part of his statement.
Great example of why we have such success developing players year-to-year. The coaches aren't the only ones doing the developing.We are also losing two great seniors this year and this will give me the chance to help get players ready for their new roles in 2013.
Awesome! I'm going to steal this from you next season.
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"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!!!!!!!
Steen probably graded out better than Cyrus K the last two games but received no attention whatsoever.
This is a big deal. It will help the oline a lot next year.
Good news and the best decision for A.S. I guess Ryan will be the center for 2013
My basset hound, Henry. 10-14-1998 - 04-09-2012
Remembering Victor Ellis #9
I would rather burn an American flag to protect the Constitution than burn the Constitution to protect the American flag
He's nasty in the trenches. Some on the recruiting board have bad mouthed Mississippi kids, but Steen and Norwood have been solid.
I think he will really stand out next year. He was one of our most consistent and nasty linemen this year but he was overshadowed by Fluker (literally) and Jones next to him
That's the paradox of success. The moment you stop to enjoy it, you are in trouble. You have to keep moving forward. It's not what you have done that's important. It's where you are going.— Alabama Coach Nick Saban