Ciara wore a long dress that showed a little cleavage to sing the national anthem at the college football national championship. Apparently this didn’t sit well with FOX talking blob Jason Whitlock who claims that Ciara looks “thirsty” because she and Russell Wilson don’t have sex.
This guy is employed by a major sports media company and his blog is hosted on Tumblr. That should tell you all you need to know about how valuable his content actually is to FOX.
Kristine Leahy held it together, but did provide a spectacular “OMG” face.
Paige Spiranac is basically destroying Instagram with her hotness. Spiranac swore off social media after being cut from the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, but that thankfully only lasted a few days. Spiranac couldn’t keep all 583,000 of her fans/supporters waiting so she returned.
Now, as she continues to work towards the LPGA, Spiranac also entertains, so…enjoy.
Nick Saban won his
100th 5th national championship on Monday night. Four of those have come in his time at Alabama. He’s established himself as quite possibly the greatest college football coach of all time, winning all five in 20 years. Bear Bryant won his 6 in 34 years.
Saban’s Crimson Tide used a fancy onside kick in the second half that swung just enough momentum their way to finish off the Clemson Tigers.
There would be no Dabo dancing.
Saban was asked by Tom Rinaldi whether he would give a smile, which he was definitely on board with.
Lane Kiffin and his son shared a sweet moment.
The pics below don’t do this video justice. You should really just watch it.
This Alabama fan’s truck is something.
Look, no one is perfect, but there is no excuse for confusing your and you’re. Y-O-U-R means YOUR! Y-O-U’R-E means YOU ARE. Get it together people.
Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Jake Hubenak is dating Miss Alabama World Bailey Pereira. Hubenak will have all eyes on him next season after Kyler Murray and Kyle Allen both transferred out of Kevin Sumlin’s program.
Briana Morris is currently a student at Methodist University studying PGM. Morris was also on the MU women’s golf team.
Hometown: Poland, Maine
High School: Oxford Hills
High School: Played three years of golf at Oxford Hills, lettering twice … also played field hockey for one year … was named the team’s most improved as a junior … helped lead the golf team to a state title as a senior.
Personal: Majoring in business administration with a PGM concentration … is the daughter of Joyce and Brian Morris.
BYU is getting taken to the woodshed by Utah. After five possessions and five turnovers, Utah leads the Cougars 35-0 in the first quarter. This caused Brent Musburger to react accordingly with a line that sums up all BYU sports, “I really feel sorry for, for my mormon friends at BYU you know, they don’t drink.”
Looks like Bronco Mendenhall is going to leave BYU on a sour note.
Not much to say here other than…VERNE!!!
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Bob Stoops likely got excited when he learned that one of Texas A&M’s 5-star quarterbacks, Kyler Murray, was transferring out. Stoops eyes probably lit up at the thought that he may be able to get Murray to transfer in and sit out a season behind Baker Mayfield and then step in when Mayfield heads off to the NFL, so, what does any reasonable coach do at that point?
He follows the kid on Twitter and then unfollows the kid on Twitter. Just enough to get Murray and the fan base’s attention.
Murray has been barred from transferring to any SEC schools, sorry LSU fans, and any other school that Texas A&M faces next season, but it’s quite obvious that Stoops would love for Murray to join the Sooners.
Keytaon Thompson, a four-star recruit out of Landry-Walker in New Orleans, Louisiana, has committed to play quarterback for the Mississippi State Bulldogs in 2017.
Thompson picked the Dan Mullen coached team over LSU, no freaking surprise there, Florida, Miami, and Tennessee.
Lattimore was a spectacular back for the Gamecocks before suffering a gruesome injury during his junior year. Lattimore declared for the draft and was drafted in the fourth round by the San Francisco 49er’s. He signed a 4-year deal worth almost $2.5 million dollars but retired for the league in 2014.
He’ll be joining Muschamp’s staff as a motivational leader of sorts.
Lattimore will not be a coach – instead, he will talk to the Gamecocks about life off the field beyond football, similar to what he does in his leadership academies through his foundation.
HT The State