- Mar 13, 2001
Love the back and forth on this. But let’s be careful not to cross over into non sport’s territory
Well, from the Patch article it certainly sounds like the black jeep was definitely hanging around looking for trouble.I wonder if these news outlets have quieted down because they are starting to second guess the accuracy.
The Duke Lacrosse team rape allegations would probably be an appropriate sports related comparison. The media had pitchforks out when that first came out. Then when facts came out not a peep.Love the back and forth on this. But let’s be careful not to cross over into non sport’s territory
You’re right. You could hear the sphincter muscles clamping shut in every news room in the country.The day the walk-ons parents decided to sue the new York times for libel was the day these media outlets started changing their tune.
I’d forgotten about that. There was a similar incident at a fraternity house at UVA.The Duke Lacrosse team rape allegations would probably be an appropriate sports related comparison. The media had pitchforks out when that first came out. Then when facts came out not a peep.
Don't think this attitude doesn't percolate down to the officiating, in basketball as well as football. Only a tiny slice of this group grew up Bama fans. They would be superhuman, if they didn't let it color their officiating. It's the reason no one ever gets called for OL holding on us. It's the reason for these ungodly foul counts in BB. What did TAMU shoot over us - 18 FTs? It permeates all the sports and makes up have to overcome it on the way to victory...
Make sure you're angry about Alabama for the right reasonsThe main reason to be disgusted by Jamea Jonae Harris’ death should not be your dislike of Alabama athleticsdeadspin.com
Not the most well written article. But interesting.
I stumbled upon an on line interview Oats did with Goodman. Not sure when it occurred but it was recent. At the end of it, Oats was giving him the business for his comments when he was hired. Goodman tried to walk back what he really said, that he thought Oats was an “out of the box” hire but Coach - half laughing, half steely eyed - told Goodman to go back and read his own article because that is not what he said at all.You don't have to read but a few of his writings to see what his agenda is. I think I'll pass on reading anything else with his name on it.
Ditto for mtgs in DC. Most thought Bama shouldn’t even be playing in the NCAAT and Oats should be fired for his callousness. One dude was adamant he read BM went to ‘their’ apt, got the gun, and then drove to the spot and handed Miles the gun. No one wanted to hear the facts so finally had to tell everyone to knock it off or I was walking out. Most of it was ribbing me for being a Bama fan but a third of them wanted to get into it on their self-righteous pedestals.I was at a company wide meeting this weekend with folks across the country. This was a big topic and I took a lot of “stuff” over it. It was surprising how many folks actually thought it was Miller’s gun. When I told them it wasn’t they were speechless. Some folks just believe headlines.
a would be high school lawyer is more competent, that's classic. To your point, why did they file such serious charges without a complete investigation? Usually they take their time, sounds like maybe there was pressure from somewhere.My opinion on the judicial system and process in Tuscaloosa County forever changed when I served on a jury. I saw unbelievably incompetent and lazy prosecutors and can certainly see how someone with no money could get railroaded . The prosecutor had a narrative of what happened and that was it. Damn the facts. Damn the evidence (or lack thereof) and damn the witnesses. I truly think a law school student….scratch that a moderately competent high school debate member could have done a better job. That said when it came time to decide whether or not to give someone who had ZERO evidence that he had been there or done anything 25 years to LIFE in prison another juror stated, “They said he done it, so he done it.” That sounds like the refrain from a lot of the anti-Miller and Bama chorus.
Yeah, they missed on a recruit and that's why Auburn's offense looked like Iowa football's offense...Another great one from the village idiot at Al.com. I guess if Pearl had gotten everybody else’s players, this year would have been different. Still nothing resembling an apology to Miller, Oates, and Alabama.
Goodman: The inside story on Auburn’s big missBirmingham was the stage for new era of the NCAA Tournament.www.al.com
Pretty much ... weird thing to elude to on CBP's part, kinda of a slap in the face to the players that played this season.Yeah, they missed on a recruit and that's why Auburn's offense looked like Iowa football's offense...
Well actually I said a law school student scratch that a high school debate member…a would be high school lawyer is more competent, that's classic. To your point, why did they file such serious charges without a complete investigation? Usually they take their time, sounds like maybe there was pressure from somewhere.