Dec 012014
 

2013 Iron BowlBy FinebaumFan.

You know you’ve been waiting for it…

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Oct 142014
 
Lane Kiffin (l) and Daniel Tosh (r)

Lane Kiffin (l) and Daniel Tosh (r)

By FinebaumFan.

It is said that everyone has a doppelganger – someone who looks exactly the same as another person.

In the case of University of Alabama offensive coordinator, Lane Kiffin,  Daniel Tosh fits the bill.

Tosh is a comedian, actor, and writer who hosts the Comedy Central television show – “Tosh.0.

This week, Tosh took advantage of his striking resemblance to Kiffin to reveal his impression of a Lane Kiffin “call in” television show.

Along with his stunning “wife”, played by UFC ring girl Chrissy Blair, “Kiffin” fielded calls from fans of the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Auburn Tigers, the USC Trojans, and the Tennessee Volunteers.

Watch as “Lane” takes calls from these unhappy fans on “Kiffin’s Krimson Korner”.

Video By: tosh.cc.com.

Warning: Language

Don’t forget your “College Gameday” Signs!

Feb 052014
 

telephone270x200By Finebaum Fan.

The Auburn Tigers lost five-star recruit Rashaad Evans to cross-state rival, The University of Alabama, from right out of their own backyard.

And according to Tammy, perhaps Auburn’s most well-known fan, “It don’t matter… Paul “Bam” Finebaum!”

Listen to the entire call as Tammy explains, “If he don’t wanna come to Auburn, we don’t want ’em no way!”

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Feb 052014
 

By Finebaum Fan.

Auburn High School’s Rashaan Evans shocked the college football world by choosing The University of Alabama over hometown Auburn University – and it only took “a second”.

Evans is a fast five-star linebacker who is expected to assist the Tide in slowing the quicker “spread-type offenses” which have become more dominate in the SEC.

Here’s what “Twitterverse” has to say about it:


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Dec 072013
 
Alabama place kicker Cade Foster (43) hits a personal best on his 53-yard field goal against Ole Miss. (Vasha Hunt/vhunt@al.com)

Alabama place kicker Cade Foster (43) hits a 53-yard field goal against Ole Miss. (Vasha Hunt/vhunt@al.com)

By Finebaum Fan.

(Updated)

David Pollack, ESPN College GameDay analyst, is feeling the “Twitter wrath” of  fans of the Alabama Crimson Tide.

After Bowling Green University’s Tyler Tate kicked a career-long 52 yard field goal against Northern Indiana University in the MAC Championship game, Pollack tweeted:

Pollack was making reference to the performance of Alabama’s kicking game in the “Iron Bowl” last week against the Auburn Tigers.

The tweet did not go unnoticed by members of the number four ranked Crimson Tide – including kicker Cade Foster who responded:

Pollack did a little backpedaling:

Too little, too late. The backlash from the tweet was almost immediate. Tide quarterback, A.J. McCarron, was quick to back Foster:

Other teammates stepped up to defend and reassure Foster:

 

 

 

 

There are more, but you get the picture. Fans were eager to respond to Pollack’s tweet as well.

There were others, even a few Auburn faithful, who joined the conversation:

 

 

It is interesting to note that Pollack did not “tweet” when Tate’s previous 26 yard field goal attempt was missed or when Tate’s following extra point attempt was blocked.

Overall, for the game, Tate was 2 for 3 in field goals and 5 of 6 in extra points.

Had he done his research, Pollack would have known that Foster had hit a 53 yard field goal against Ole Miss earlier this season – one yard longer than Tate’s.

Pollack’s tweet stated, “This kid has a BOOT. He can make it from 60+”.

In reality, Tate’s longest career field goal was the 52 yarder against Northern Indiana.  It is also his ONLY successful field goal from beyond 50 yards.

Cade Foster has never missed an extra point during his career at Alabama.  He is a perfect 63 for 63.

Thousands of Alabama and Auburn fans joined together to support Foster after he received numerous insults and even death threats to his Twitter account during and after the “Iron Bowl”.

A facebook page supporting Foster has received 86,000 likes to date.

The Twitter tag #BamaFansForCade still resonates throughout the “Twitterverse”.

Perhaps this Twitter user put it best:

Judging from these comments, it’s pretty clear that Bama doesn’t wish for “a FG kicker”.  They seem to be pretty happy with the one they have.



Dec 032013
 

 

2013 Iron BowlEtymology of Celebrate

From Latin celebratus, pp. of celebrare (frequent, go to in great numbers, celebrate, honor, praise), from celeber (frequented, populous). – wiktionary.org

An entertaining look at the final minutes of the 2013 “Iron Bowl” through the eyes of fans of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn University Tigers.

From YouTube.com Posted By OakCreekTv.

Dec 032013
 

“Stick that up your butt, Herbstreit!”, Tammy shouts.
Very appropriate considering she was sitting on a toilet at the time.
Think you want to hear more?
Have a listen:

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