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I'm sorry that you can't properly understand the written word in the article I linked to at CBS, which stated this:
"The Wisconsin State Journal reported"
Blinded by the light, lite up like a douche in the rumor of the night
80 degrees? Wow, that's like Hawaii or some tropical paradise.
I realize that you think the world revolves around Saban, but Wisconsin doesn't give a crap that Saban prefers a neutral site. They are more than willing to play Bama, Saban isn't willing to though. If he wanted to play Wisconsin then he could drop one of the baby seals and make room for the game. Saban is scared to travel to Madison.
who honestly believes(put your hate for all things Bama related aside) that UA was scared to play Wisconsin?
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I do. Why wouldn't they play a home and home
So I guess this means ESPN/Alabama will be announcing a neutral site game soon. Hopefully it's FSU
for starters outside of an early W on the slate Bama has nothing to gain from playing Wisky in a H&H.
most if not all of CNS's "neutral site" games are based w/ strong recruiting tactics in mind (Atlanta / Dallas) .
now if Ole Barry wants to play one in Ttown for say the travel minimum, im sure they could be worked into a future slot.
keep in mind, Bama currently doesnt have to barter deals to get a game.
We offer that piddling little team a chance to play someone important and they crawfish out of it and then, hours later after they think up a plan, they offer a home and home.
Saban had already forgotten about them and was lining up another neutral site game, as our home and home series schedule is already full with Michigan State.
Who honestly believes(put your hate for all things Wisconsin related aside) that Wisconsin was scared to play Alabama?
If you say it enough it will be true, to you.
Your opinion never counts in anything Bama related Scoot lol
You know what would be cool, and I know a lot of people won't like it but, Boise State. Not a home and home, no way, their stadium only holds 800 people. But to get them in a neutral site would be kind of nice, I think.
its all about " recruiting " w/ a bump in SOS as an added bonus .
Not me, but Bama sure isnt scared either.
Maybe not scared but, they may have thought they could dictate what was going to happen and thought it was open for discussion. They may not have realized it was an accept or GTFO kind of deal.
I'm just saying to not boast like your teams are willing to play in the arctic tundra until any southern team is willing to play anywhere where the weather might dip below 60 degrees.
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Nobody outside of the SEC homers. It was Wisconsin that approached Alabama. They even reported on ESPN that it was Saban who turned down the offer. It's not a surprise really. Teams from the SEC rarely play a team that could pose a legitimate threat.
we could play Boise in Mobile & it would be the largest capacity they played to all season .
I agree. I don't think either team is scared to play each other.
The OP though, he is trolling or has issues, or both.
PSU last year, theyll be up in east lansing in a few years (home and home)
Alabama plays someone decent every year, man
2016- Michigan St
2017- Michigan St
I'd be interested to see Wisconsin's notable OOC games.
Not true LSU played Oregon, home and home with West Virgina, Washington, TCU, Oklahoma, Arizona State, and NC state. Les isn't scared like Saban
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