NFC WEST, Home of the biggest asshole HCs
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>Arians, the first-year head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, recently referred to the read-option as a "great college offense."
Why would you say that other than to be a dick? I mean, did Bruce Arians give Pagano cancer?
Was rooting for you guys because you're in the holy "things never work out" trinity with Kansas City and Detroit, but your coach is such a dick.
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>Auburn is overranked they said
>Auburn is going to be exposed in their own stadium they said
>Auburn's offense is one dimensional they said
>Auburn can't handle Alabama's rush defense they said
>Implying an undefeated team from the B1G deserves a bid over a one-loss SEC team
>Implying that if tOSU played Auburn or Alabama, vegas would have tOSU as a one touchdown underdog
>Implying that the SEC can be criticized for playing a cupcake out-of-conference schedule, when tOSU plays a cupcake OOC AND in-conference schedule.
>Implying, assuming all contenders win out, a team that beat a #7 team on the road, cockblocked the #1 team of a threepeat (and, bar Alabama choking before the Iron Bowl in 2010, cockblocked a fivepeat), only lost to the #6 team on the road in Death Valley AT NIGHT, and will have beat the #5 team on a neutral field doesn't deserve a bid over a team whose only feat is beating Michigan State twice
No, I'm not delusional. I know damn well that Auburn will probably be playing in the Sugar Bowl. The BCS has given Auburn the opportunity to win a national championship, but it has also robbed two deserving Auburn teams of playing for the crystal trophy.
I'm not asspained. These last two games have been arguably the top 2 finishes in school history. But the BCS can go suck a dick.
PEDHawks' Browner in Stage-3 due to missed UA during CFL Career
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>The suspension, triggered by a failure to show up for a drug test after being sent to Stage Three of the program while unemployed by the NFL, remained in effect as of 2011.
>In this specific case, Browner somehow slipped through the NFL’s cracks, joining the Seahawks despite being on suspended status. When the NFL realized its error, the league decided to park Browner in Stage Three and move ahead.
>Browner currently faces a suspension of one year, at a minimum, due to a violation of the substance-abuse policy while in Stage Three. Once a player advances to Stage Three, he remains there for the rest of his career.