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to the Jags on a neutral field.
I see now its in response to SOS latest BS. But either way, who you got Jags -24, Bama +24 in Jerry world?
Keep in mind there is no way Jags fans out number us as they have nothing to gain and can't fill up their home stadium.
So if the crowd is worth a point or 3..I got us at +24.
Eventually some idiot will ask Saban about this...have mercy on his soul.
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
My life savings on the Jags -24...and I'd easily double it!
This post was edited by bamaboy11 17 months ago
They would smoke us. We wouldn't even sniff the end zone. At least 38-3, probably worse. Scoring three points would be considered a victory.
I'd bet my house on Bama. I think some people have no idea how good this team really is and no I didn't say we would win.
I would be more than happy to take your house off of your hands.
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
I don't like my house anyway (g)
There is still no sign of Duron Carter.
Between 1934 and 1976, a college all star team played the NFL champs and/or Super Bowl champs. Only 10 times during that 43 year stretch did the very best football team on the planet beat the college all star team by 24 or more.
This year, we're talking about the worst NFL team vs. (IMO) one of the best college teams ever. I'd definitely take Alabama inside the number. We'd probably lose but it would be closer than most think.
And the college all-stars won 9 of those games. Although, the difference is that presumably all of the players on the all-star team were NFL-level talent. That's not the case with Bama or any individual college team.
What is we started holding up signs all over the world saying "#WeBelieve". Would that narrow the point spread at all?
It couldn't hurt, right?
Please let this happen.
On a more serious note, there is one thing worth considering in this silly debate. Auburn and Arkansas are great examples of individually talented players playing well below their potential because they dont play as a team. The debate between Alabama and the Jags for example has much more in play than individual talent. Alabama is playing as a team which amplifies individual talents, and the same cannot be said for an NFL team that is in the dumps. With that said, it would still in all likelihood be a blowout, but I'd definitely pull up a chair and watch. Sort of a shame we will never get to see such a contest. An NFL team would never agree to it for obvious reasons.
This mindless topic began as a successful diversionary tactic by Spurrier to get the media off his back about his classless Dabo/Lattimore comments.
I think they should bring the Chicago College All Star Game back.
He must be very strong. I couldn't hold my house
But had never played together other than presumably a week of practice before the game.
For every NFL draftee we have on our team, there are 12 others that won't even make it to an NFL camp.
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