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Monday, February 16, 2015

Addio, Alabama

Forget the Middle East and Europe. Let's consider something truly controversial. Ohio State is poised to destroy Alabama's recruiting dynasty:
The state of Ohio is particularly strong in the 2016, with 14 players currently ranked as at least 4-star prospects. And while the national prospects who have already committed to or have shown strong interest in the Buckeyes is certainly encouraging for Meyer, it's not just the talent working in Ohio State's favor.

As it currently stands, the Buckeyes are slated to lose 13 scholarship players to graduation at the end of next season. Between transfers and what looks like several underclassmen who have a chance to declare early for the 2016 NFL draft, that number could very well double, and it's not out of the realm of possibility to think Ohio State could have close to 30 scholarships available in its 2016 class.

Factor in a 2015 schedule that sets up to keep the Buckeyes' infomercial playing until at least late-November, and it becomes clear that Alabama's five-year run of top-ranked recruiting classes is suddenly in danger. Meyer managed to defeat Nick Saban on the field in last season's Sugar Bowl, and he's well on his way to picking up another win over his rival next February.
Can you... can you hear the chants? B1G! B1G!

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Anonymous Stilicho February 16, 2015 12:54 PM  

We're still waiting for Nate to honor the bet on the championship game he lost to Cheddarman and post a photo of him wearing Buckeyes hat.

Anonymous RS February 16, 2015 12:57 PM  

The pickins are slimmer up north, and Harbaugh is going to start snapping up Meyer's recruits quicker than he realizes. With that said, Meyer is the best coach in the game, and may have enough experience now to be the best recruiter in the game as well.

Saban's been sitting at the top of the hill for a while though and is still the warden-in-charge at Alabama. They have player issues, sure, but no systematic crime/loss of control from the coaches. Ulike Saban at Bama right now, Meyer's inmates had taken over by the time he was done at Florida. He basically had a gang riot on his hands and knew he couldn't fix it, so he split "for health reasons". We'll see if Meyer can keep the train on the rails at tOSU.

Blogger YIH February 16, 2015 1:17 PM  

I hope your favorite NFL team doesn't need a QB.
Because in the draft and in free agency the pickings are mighty slim.
How bad? The top QB in the draft has quite a few off-field issues (and is black, and yes that matters) and one of the better free agent QB's is Mark Sanchez - 'nuff said.

Blogger Sioux February 16, 2015 1:23 PM  

I lived in Gainesville many years, and I sure did love the days of Tim Tebow. Did the 'gang riot' start after Tebow left? Can't imagine that was happening when he was there. Say it isn't so.

Anonymous Stilicho February 16, 2015 1:29 PM  

I expect to see the NFL scouts start looking at lesser D1 schools and D2 schools for QB's who have the potential to be NFL QB's and trying to draft them late enough that they can afford to keep them on the bench a few years while they develop. Especially since the top D1 schools aren't developing and producing the pocket passer QB's much anymore, opting, instead, to pursue the easier (esp. in college) route of putting a good athlete who can kind of sort of pass at QB (Tebow, Sims, Pryor, Geno Smith, etc.). A pocket-passer type QB prospect is better served going to a lower echelon D1 school or a D2 school where he will play and develop his skills in a pro-style offense than riding the bench for 3 or 4 years at a top program that emphasizes running QB's.

Anonymous Famous bw February 16, 2015 1:50 PM  

having won national titles in 2006 and 2008 at Florida before laying claim to the country's top-ranked class in 2010.

What kind of false prophesy is this. Well it might come true actually, but why does it matter. The article spells it out at the very beginning.
Who cares about getting "#1 recruiting class" 2 years after you've won your last title at a specific school? Obviously you don't need a #1 class to win NC (they seldom do) and it runs its course by the time you get one aptly ranked so by the "experts". Tons of 4 and 5 * fail to live up to expectations and plenty of 3* produce.

There was no outstanding team in college football this past year. OSU was the most physical on both sides of the ball (helps to play in Big10 and play Oregon's D) and that's why they won. They picked a good year to get hot after losing to suck ass VaTech early.

Win the big ones and neither school really cares that you're a sleazy, excuse making Liar. Big business these days. And getting bigger. The ratings for the playoff format were record shattering. Going to 8, most likely.

Anonymous Huckleberry -- est. 1977 February 16, 2015 1:53 PM  

Bubble screens are killing the College Game.
If THE Ohio State University loses to VaTech again, I'm certain they'll win it all. If they run the slate and head off to the BIG 10 champ game undefeated, they're toast. Also, one of the big things they had going for them this past year was they snuck up on everyone, which is one unspoken virtue of QB after QB going down to injury down the stretch.
USC is due, and those fuckers are hungry, and I don't think there's anyone in the PAC-12 that can stop them, except Steve Sarkisian.
Art Briles is more likely than any other NCAA coach to burn your house down, especially if you're on the playoff committee.
VD has set the Nate Troll amplifier of this post to 11.
Well done.

Anonymous jack February 16, 2015 1:58 PM  

Yeah, have at it Ohio. Beware there is still a mighty sheen on the Alabama apple. And, it will be there for a long time to come. I think folk will look at Ohio as a one or two year spike while the mighty Crimson Tide just keeps rollin in.
Southern high school players will be dreaming of wearing the Tide colors for a long, long time to come. And, Southerns are known, overall, as the best players.

IMO

Anonymous Famous bw February 16, 2015 2:01 PM  

The top QB in the draft has quite a few off-field issues (and is black, and yes that matters)

You don't say? But Mariotta won the Heisman! He has to be the best! He might even call an offensive set, audible, make throws from the pocket under pressure and take a snap from under center one day!

Winston is not a running black QB in any way shape or form, which goes against the failure meme. He is a proto typical pocket passing NFL QB.
Didn't seem to be a problem for HOF Warren Moon.

Time will tell, but the NFL is about to tell you what it thinks about all these dreadful "off the field problems and issues" that the soap opera feminist bitches at Disney Corp and the SulzbergerTimes like to stir up for clicks, as it (the NFL) notes yet another FSU QB produced by Fisher can read defenses and call sets like no other QB in the draft. But this time, 5 has some actual physical size and ability and a cannon, unlike Manuel or Ponder.

Anonymous cheddarman February 16, 2015 2:02 PM  

"We're still waiting for Nate to honor the bet on the championship game he lost to Cheddarman and post a photo of him wearing Buckeyes hat." - Stilicho

Aye. However, when Nate does finally post that picture, we know it will be huge, epic, Southron, and wyrd, in the classical sense of the word.

sincerely

Cheddarman

Anonymous Finebum February 16, 2015 2:05 PM  

Southern high school players will be dreaming of wearing the Tide colors for a long, long time

They'd better play on Defense and be really good, or Bama will continue to be exactly what it has been the last two years. Actually, that goes for the SEC in general.

Anonymous cheddarman February 16, 2015 2:14 PM  

We need a new name for the "running black QB."

How about running black? black back? BB?



Anonymous Jack Amok February 16, 2015 2:15 PM  

I expect to see the NFL scouts start looking at lesser D1 schools and D2 schools for QB's who have the potential to be NFL QB's and trying to draft them late enough that they can afford to keep them on the bench a few years while they develop.

QBs at top tier schools are increasingly coming from affluent families that had the money to sent their kids to skills camps and hire personal trainers and "life coaches". That means a lot of good athletes are likely left out of the equation, and might just be found at those lower tier schools.

He might even... take a snap from under center one day!

Ha. This is actually a bit of a problem. Colleges are running the shotgun so much that NFL teams are discovering their newly drafted QBs need significant work to take a snap from under center without a high risk of fumbles.

Anonymous Stilicho February 16, 2015 2:20 PM  

We need a new name for the "running black QB."

Quota Back?

Anonymous Daniel February 16, 2015 2:21 PM  

Thank goodness the Vikings got Bridgewater when they did. The next 2 years out of college are looking rough.

Yes, I know all about Bridgewater's potential ceiling. At least he's got a floor. It's built on top of Ponder's ceiling.

Blogger Derrick Bonsell February 16, 2015 2:33 PM  

Alabama didn't get the top class anyways. USC did. Besides, we all know you're not an OSU fan.

Anonymous Daniel February 16, 2015 2:35 PM  

The good news is that Saban and Meyer can finally get hitched in either state.

Blogger Derrick Bonsell February 16, 2015 2:39 PM  

Someone in the comment section claimed that OSU will get 3 NCs in 6 years. I think Alabama fans can say a lot about excessive expectations...

Blogger YIH February 16, 2015 3:12 PM  

Jack Amok:
QBs at top tier schools are increasingly coming from affluent families that had the money to sent their kids to skills camps and hire personal trainers and "life coaches".
True, but that is hardly any guarantee of success. The only time I can honestly say that I felt sorry for the ------- Raiders was over Todd Marinovich, who was hyped as ''Bred To Be A Superstar'' (seriously, that's what SI dubbed him) ''off field issues'' caused his career (and life) to crash and burn.
It's also one of the reasons ''off field issues'' (despite this past season/fiasco) are a BIG red flag for me.
I wish him well, but my gut keeps telling me Johnny Manziel will be the next to go down in flames.

Blogger James Dixon February 16, 2015 3:18 PM  

>... instead, to pursue the easier (esp. in college) route of putting a good athlete who can kind of sort of pass at QB (Tebow, Sims, Pryor, Geno Smith, etc.).

Geno isn't an athlete who can sort of pass. He's pretty much a pure passer. Unfortunately, his ability to quickly read defenses and make good decisions is well below the top tier of NFL quarterbacks.

Blogger James Dixon February 16, 2015 3:23 PM  

Anyway, as long as your draft class is in the top 5 or 10, the failure to success rate for top ranked recruits means you'll be in the running. Where exactly you finish in that grouping doesn't really matter that much.

Anonymous Huckleberry -- est. 1977 February 16, 2015 3:29 PM  

The difference between Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf is only obvious in retrospect; had the two been drafted in opposite order, and Manning went to the horribly inept Chargers in Gilbride's awful last year as coach, I'm not sure Manning's career doesn't end the same way Leaf's did -- screaming at reporters in the locker room to leave him alone.
The Mel Kipers of the world always make it seem as though NFL teams are generally the equivalent and place all of the onus on rookies to live up to their potential, but a QB's first team is crucial to his success. A few more years at this pace, and don't be surprised if highly touted QB selections don't end up burning their draft cards on live TV after being selected by the likes of the Raiders, Redskins, Jaguars and Rams.
But as long as college and the NFL continue to head in opposite directions in terms of the type of QBs each needs, expect more (many, many more) Big Time Draft Busts to come.

Anonymous WaterBoy February 16, 2015 3:37 PM  

From the article:

"Factor in a 2015 schedule that sets up to keep the Buckeyes' infomercial playing until at least late-November"

Tell that to Michigan re: Appalachian State.

Any given Saturday.....

Anonymous WaterBoy February 16, 2015 3:46 PM  

Huckleberry: "had the two been drafted in opposite order, and Manning went to the horribly inept Chargers in Gilbride's awful last year as coach, I'm not sure Manning's career doesn't end the same way Leaf's did -- screaming at reporters in the locker room to leave him alone."

Assuming Peyton didn't pull an Elway...or an Eli, before Eli did.

Anonymous rustypaladin February 16, 2015 3:48 PM  

So long as Ohio State can beat the Evil Institute of Ann Arbor nothing else matters.

Anonymous stackmoney February 16, 2015 3:52 PM  

The Big 10 is a joke. Yes, OSU is a good team, obviously, but the rest are pretenders (MSU) or not even worth discussing. I cannot think of a less interesting major conference.

Anonymous WaterBoy February 16, 2015 4:09 PM  

"So long as Ohio State can beat the Evil Institute of Ann Arbor nothing else matters."

Somewhere, Gary Moeller smiles wistfully, wishing that were true.

Blogger JDC February 16, 2015 4:38 PM  

The Big 10 is a joke. Yes, OSU is a good team, obviously, but the rest are pretenders (MSU) or not even worth discussing. I cannot think of a less interesting major conference.

1. OSU is not just a good team, they were the best team, and they proved it on the field.
2. WI deserves at least a mention, they beat a very good Auburn team.
3. MSU beat Baylor when most had written them off.
4. Indiana beat Missouri at Missouri.
5. The MAC is pretty uninteresting.

For the first time in a couple of decades the Big 10 actually held their own in the bowl season. We haven't had much to cheer about, so let us have our moment in the sun. We're pretty sure it won't last long (plus we haven't had much sun in the MidWest this winter). So it would seem the joke is on...you?

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 4:47 PM  

" Let's consider something truly controversial. Ohio State is poised to destroy Alabama's recruiting dynasty:"

BAHAHAHAHAHAH


The Ohio State class was ranked what? 9th?

Alabama had 4 Five Stars...including the top QB in the nation. And Alabama had 19 players ranke 4 star or better.

4 > 2

19 > 14

So no. Good try though.

And oh by the way... Next year Urban will be recruiting against an honest to God football coach in Michigan. They'll be dividing the already small pie.

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 4:49 PM  

As for the bet with Cheddarman... I can assure you I will be living up to the letter of the bet. I will most certainly be posting a picture of myself with an Ohio State hat.

It took a while to find the right hat... and it has taken a while to get the necessary... training... completed. But we're almost ready.

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 4:52 PM  

To put this in perspective... not only do the Buckeyes not have the top class in the Nation... Their class would rank 6th in the SEC according to rivals.

As they say...

Bitch please...

Blogger Vincent Castrillo February 16, 2015 5:00 PM  

I'll go on the record right now as saying I will publicly shave my head if an SEC team does not win it next year. There are over a hundred school and 6 huge conferences and I have no qualms about putting this out there. One down year in a sea of a dozen dominant ones does not a decline make.

You can quote me on this. I will take pictures even video if you like. Any Ohio State or ACC takers??? Anyone?

If not as Vox says, put up or shut up.

Blogger JDC February 16, 2015 5:02 PM  

OK, I'll put up. I agree to have you shave your head if an SEC team doesn't win the national championship next year.

Blogger Vincent Castrillo February 16, 2015 5:09 PM  

Now who's being scared. That's clearly not what was offered. I'll even give you EVERY other conference on your side of the bet.

If an SEC team wins, you shave, if not I do. This is ridiculously in your favor so why not?

Because you know everyone of you Nate bashers are just in the moment fans who conveniently forget the last 12 years.

Blogger JDC February 16, 2015 5:18 PM  

As a general rule I don't make stupid bets, so I see no reason to change this policy (although I could easily shave my head and retain my rugged good looks). And if I wanted to bash Nate, I'd point out that his home state now has legalized gay marriage, while mine (MI), one of the most liberal in the country, does not.

Blogger Brad Andrews February 16, 2015 5:21 PM  

Hey Vincent, I'll shave my head as part of that bet! Though I shave it already so it is not a big deal to me.

I have no idea who will win it next year, but it is fun to tweak the "B1G sucks" crowd.

Blogger Vincent Castrillo February 16, 2015 5:22 PM  

So if you don't make stupid bets why are you bothering to respond to my clearly stupid bet? Also if you aren't a Nate basher (SEC denier), why do you care about what was said?

PUt Up OR ShUT Up duhhhh

Blogger Brad Andrews February 16, 2015 5:22 PM  

Hey Vincent, I'll shave my head as part of that bet! Though I shave it already so it is not a big deal to me.

I have no idea who will win it next year, but it is fun to tweak the "B1G sucks" crowd.

Blogger Vincent Castrillo February 16, 2015 5:23 PM  

1st one and you're on Brad. Even though you have less to lose, it's all in good fun. I've never been bald so at 35 it should be a shocker if I lose.

Blogger JDC February 16, 2015 5:35 PM  

It's a stupid bet because the SEC is the odds on favorite to win it all next year. And, I responded to what you wrote, "I'll go on the record right now as saying I will publicly shave my head if an SEC team does not win it next year."

You then asked if there were any takers. And it is all good fun. You Big10 haters don't know what it's like being a fan who has, year after year, seen their teams pummeled over and over again. Forgive me if I take this 15 minutes of fame and run with it.

Anonymous daddynichol February 16, 2015 5:36 PM  

Vincent,

How do we know you're not already bald? If so, will you have to shave the nether regions?

I'm just seeking clarification.

Thank you.

Blogger JDC February 16, 2015 5:43 PM  

I say odds on favorite, because in the "way too early" rankings, the SEC isn't faring well. (TCU, OSU, Baylor, USC, Oregon, MSU, UCLA)...and finally GA at #8. It's been a long time since the SEC has been seen as underdogs...I think they will rise to the challenge. But I hope they don't.

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 6:03 PM  

"TCU, OSU, Baylor, USC, Oregon, MSU, UCLA)."

***snicker***

again... look at what the SEC has coming in.compared to everyone else. Ohio State has the 9th over all recruiting class... and it would be 6th in the SEC.

This is probably the first time Ohio State has been in the Top 10... consider that Alabama has only finished out side of the top 2 once under Saban.

Anonymous cheddarman February 16, 2015 6:28 PM  

I hope the big Ten can up its game and give the SEC a run for its money. A man can dream, can he not?

About that hat, Nate, i just hope you use the proper safety precautions. For example, if you have a manure sprayer that shoots 10000 gallons per minute of liquid manure out of both of the O's in O-H-I-O, do take the proper engineering and biological safety hazard precautions.

By the way, you can still do the sermon in church instead of putting you life at risk here. Do it for the children (yours) and glory of the Kingdom of God.

Sincerely

Cheddarman

Anonymous Huckleberry -- est. 1977 February 16, 2015 6:37 PM  

Look, Alabama's biggest problem is Lane Kiffin, for no other reason that that guy is cursed six ways from Sunday by the football gods who rule these things.
If that man is on your team, know that your team and everything with which it is comprised can and will be used solely as a retributive instrument to torture, harass and ultimate crush Lane Monte Kiffin...

Blogger Vincent Castrillo February 16, 2015 7:03 PM  

daddyn...

I think for anyone who goes into this in good faith, we'll simply take before and after photos the day of. Say by the same newspaper in the same room. I can assure you that I am blessed to have a full head of brownish blonde hair and dred how funky I would look bald. So I really do value this wager.

JDC, I am not a Big10 hater. My other half's whole family is from Sandusky and bleeds for Ohio State so I rooted for them against Oregon,but not Bama. I'm a Vandy man from Louisiana so admittedly I am fond of the SEC.

Blogger James Dixon February 16, 2015 7:15 PM  

> Because you know everyone of you Nate bashers are just in the moment fans who conveniently forget the last 12 years.

12 years. Let's see, that takes us back to 2003. I'm pretty sure WVU played at least one SEC team in a bowl game in that time. Let me check. Oh, yeah, here it is:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Sugar_Bowl

Note: SEC champion Georgia. Playing effectively a home game.

Please. The SEC is the best conference in the country, but don't overstate things. There are other good teams out there too.

> Look, Alabama's biggest problem is Lane Kiffin, for no other reason that that guy is cursed six ways from Sunday by the football gods who rule these things.

You know, I really can't argue with that. Of course, it's not like the curse isn't deserved.

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 8:00 PM  

'Look, Alabama's biggest problem is Lane Kiffin, for no other reason that that guy is cursed six ways from Sunday by the football gods who rule these things."

False.

Alabama's two biggest problems were the offense line... which is STILL not fixed... because the O-line coach is an amazing recruiter but he's just not getting it done in terms of on the field production... they haven't fired him.. but he's on notice. Word is he is done if the Oline isn't dominant this year.

Second was Blake Sims. Holy shit was he horrible.

A third problem... was Saban over-estimated his CBs last year. He had 2 five star CBs that he red shirted thinking these guys would be good enough. They weren't.

That's ok though. Because now we have a total of 6 fiver star CBs on the team... 2 with a years experience in the system.

BOO YA.

We also need another safety back there... and we need a better pass rush.

We'll see.

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 8:01 PM  

Cheds... I'm not much for sermons at church.. though I have spoken at church a few times and I am definitely a leader there

If you ever hope to see or here me preach... it would be on the blog..

Blogger Nate February 16, 2015 8:05 PM  

"> Look, Alabama's biggest problem is Lane Kiffin, for no other reason that that guy is cursed six ways from Sunday by the football gods who rule these things."

Cursed? he's the luckiest dude on the planet.

Anonymous Jack Amok February 16, 2015 9:36 PM  

True, but that is hardly any guarantee of success.

That's my point. The top schools are missing a lot of potential stars because they've ended up with a recruiting system that only selects guys who's parents are rich and want a QB for a son.

Blogger JDC February 17, 2015 12:10 AM  

Vincent my friend, I will accept your wager, except, I would ask for an exception in my case. I have had a beard for 15 years, and I am quite fond of it. If the SEC wins the national championship I will shave it off, wearing the hat of the winner as I do it, and provide video evidence. I'll even sing, "I Wish I Was in Dixie," while I do it. Your head shaving should suffice for your part of the bargain. Again, I think this is a bad bet - the SEC has 4 teams that could legitimately compete for the NC next year - Bama, Auburn, LSU and Georgia.

Are these terms acceptable?

Blogger Brad Andrews February 17, 2015 12:55 AM  

I have absolutely nothing to lose, as it would just give me an excuse to shave my head a bit sooner. I like it shaved these days.

The only part that would be pain if I really had to use a razor vs. using the clippers with no guide. I shaved it with a razor once and found the extra cut was not worth the extra hassle and value of a really close shave.

I would go for the completely bald look if I could as it would eliminate a time waster for me!

Blogger Brad Andrews February 17, 2015 12:57 AM  

Note that I don't really care either way, as this is like saying I have to eat a bag of jelly bellies if I lose. Not great for my figure, but my taste buds would like it, thus it is no penalty at all.

I also grew up in Columbus and attended Illinois, so I am biased, even though I certainly don't expect the B1G to win a lot and Illinois is not very good at football these days.

Blogger Gunnar von Cowtown February 17, 2015 10:37 AM  

Stilicho sez:
"I expect to see the NFL scouts start looking at lesser D1 schools and D2 schools for QB's who have the potential to be NFL QB's and trying to draft them late enough that they can afford to keep them on the bench a few years while they develop. Especially since the top D1 schools aren't developing and producing the pocket passer QB's much anymore..."

Hmmmm... the Kurt Warner method. That's a really interesting possibility, and I hope it comes to pass. The rise of the running QB has made NCAA game less enjoyable, IMHO, and I really hope it doesn't filter up to the NFL. Otherwise I'm gonna end up like one of those old White guys who loves basketball, yet constantly gripes about how they can't stand the NBA.

Get off my lawn.

cheddarman sez:
"We need a new name for the "running black QB."
I thought the ESPN talking heads already coined the term "athletic" quarterback.


stackmoney sez:
The Big 10 is a joke. Yes, OSU is a good team, obviously, but the rest are pretenders (MSU) or not even worth discussing.
As sad as I am to see Brady Hoek go, Harbaugh will make Michigan a better team and the B1G 10 a better conference. I'm going to be a reasonable Buckeye fan and give credit where it's due. The SEC had a hell of a run, and reports of their demise have likely been exaggerated. We'll see what happens on the field next year.

OpenID cailcorishev February 17, 2015 11:00 AM  

The rise of the running QB has made NCAA game less enjoyable, IMHO, and I really hope it doesn't filter up to the NFL.

There doesn't seem to be much chance of that. They've been trying to make "athletic" QBs work in the NFL for a long time, with little success. Sometimes a guy looks good for a year or two, and then teams figure him out. If a QB has good vision and touch, the ability to scramble is a big plus, but the latter doesn't replace the former. NFL defenses are just so freaking good and fast that a running-first QB gets killed.

They've already changed the rules in favor of the QB to the point where soon he'll be wearing flags, so it's hard to imagine anything more they could do to give a running QB a hand -- that wouldn't benefit a good pro QB and pro RB even more.

Anonymous Huckleberry -- est. 1977 February 17, 2015 11:31 AM  

Cursed? he's the luckiest dude on the planet

In that he keeps inexplicably finding jobs, yes.
In that he will ever know the sweet taste of championship glory, no, the guy is definitely cursed and a blight on any team he becomes a part of.

Blogger James Dixon February 17, 2015 2:29 PM  

> NFL defenses are just so freaking good and fast that a running-first QB gets killed.

True. The best run first quarterback was probably Vick, and even he was getting killed.

Blogger Vincent Castrillo February 17, 2015 3:00 PM  

JDC sounds fair. I'll even write up on a white T shirt something off putting about the south and wear it while I lose the hair.

Blogger JDC February 18, 2015 12:12 PM  

Agreed. Also, the South should be off pudding, they could stand to lose a few. (It starts already!)

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