Rocky Top Likes The Lion King Too Much, Kenny Hill Has A Fake Name, And More


Circle of Life

They do weird things in Tennessee. I guess when you have not made a bowl game in the past 3 years you will try everything, but warming up to the “Circle of Life” is just plain odd. But I am not going to criticize too much, UT won the game and posted some big numbers in the process. Keep doing you Rocky Top. Check out the video here.

Trill or Troll? 

I have never been a nickname guy. So when I say that I really do not want to hear another A&M QB come up with a catchy name, I mean it. Kenny Hill does not want to be “Kenny Football”. Instead of him saying “just call me Kenny”, he throws out, “Kenny Trill”. Is that a word? I have looked in my Webster’s pocket dictionary and it is nowhere to be found. Someone help me out and tell me what trill means. Full story here.

Fashion Contest

I recognize that I am biased, but there is no better uniform then the Alabama Crimson Tide. It has not changed in years, and because of that it is the most recognizable jersey in the country. I will say Georgia’s is right at the top because of just how the red looks against the silver britches, but the fact that Florida is sitting at number two on this list is just blasphemy. Check out the full list here. Where do you rank the best home uniforms in the SEC?

Florida Moves Up By Not Winning

Florida did not even take a snap on Saturday, but they still moved up in the AP poll to just on the cusp of getting in. How does this happen? The AP voters must have been impressed with the way their kickoff return team blocked on the return, because this does not make any sense. Check out the full poll here. 

 

-Alex

 

Posted on September 3, 2014, in Blog. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I know a trill is a musical term (a musical ornament consisting of a rapid alternation between two adjacent notes, usually a semitone or tone apart, which can be identified with the context of the trill).

    Urban dictionary says: An adjective used in hip-hop culture to describe someone who is considered to be well respected, coming from a combination of the words “true” and “real”.

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