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  1. I was under the impression that IN-STATE PLAYERS referred to Alabama residents. Was that not your intention?
  2. Typical of an Alabama liberal to try and explain GA voting to an actual resident. GA was one of the first states to install an automated system to apply the voting laws fairly and evenly. Our rolls have been cleaned up according to the law. No one has been disenfranchised. Stick to other things you don’t know. If this decision by the NCAA helps more players vote, that’s great.
  3. This was your statement: 1) You've got to be kidding with this take. Even if some players could vote absentee, there are many who couldn't due to being in-state players. That leads people to beleive that you are claiming players that are in state cannot vote absentee. I was just pointing out that is not the case. And I think the poster you so adamantly admonished was making a point that, even with the day off, its highly unlikely these out of state players will drive/fly back to their home states in order to vote. "Georgia" didn't have voting machine problems. The overwhelming majority of precincts did a wonderful job. It was a very small portion of precincts that had issues. And those issues were not machine issues, but lack of training issues. I personally like the new system. It gives a double check on the digital system by backing it with a paper system. But these issues aren't really that big a deal. Some of you are so upset over everything that you can't leave the politics out of the football forum. If the NCAA wants to give election day off, they have that right. If it allows one athlete to opportunity to vote when they otherwise may not have been able to so, then it was worth it,
  4. Being a college student in another county is an excuse in Alabama.
  5. Just curious. Are you insinuating that in state student/voters cannot vote absentee?
  6. Yep. 2020 officially sucks now.
  7. Yeah. I thought MD would have gone first. Iggy made the transition to defense and it paid off. Hopefully we can have a few more guys do the same thing. Hill maybe?
  8. The XBOX generation must be totally stimulated before they can engage. The rest of us enjoy knowing that we don’t need the stimulation to be hyped and excited about Auburn football.
  9. If you need a uniform to stimulate you, you aren't watching for the same reasons I am. We are not and do not need Oregon style motivation.
  10. From the beginning I thought this game should have gone through Wiley. But we have two seniors who seem to love to play one on one ball. In their defense, the guys around them can’t seem to shoot. But I still feel Wiley should have been the guy.
  11. I noticed that also. Times sure have changed.
  12. Cutting out the middle man has consequences...
  13. That is exactly what they do. It is a huge racket. Nobody calls them. They patrol at certain intervals hoping to catch someone. They love college campuses. They do this here in the ATL at KSU. Kids get towed all the time. They figure mommy and daddy will pay it. At $150 a pop, its a great business. My kids learned the hard way. Daddy will not pay. So the only thing you can do is don't take a chance. I too see them as evil vultures.
  14. We have the big PowerXL from Sams. I cut up fresh wings and cook 20 at a time. 380 for 20 and 400 for 10. The original recipe called for 25 and 15. That was too crispy. No oil. Chicken skin has enough. The secret is to shake well every five minutes. If you have less than 20 wings, cut the time a bit, but still shake. I never deep fry my wings any more.
  15. I like Pettway for a couple of these choices. One more year with a healthy and unselfish Pettway would have been nice to see. He had Jerome Bettis type feet. But biggest disappointment in that if he could have just taken care of his business, we would have won the SEC with him stepping in for an injured KJ. No way UGA stops AU with a healthy KP. It would have propelled us into the playoffs. That is disappointment right there...