Classic Jeff Cameron Show: Satirizing Alabama Fans, Nick Saban, and Spring Football Games
In honor of Loosey Goosey Friday and the Garnet & Gold Game, I made this video to combat Jeff Cameron Show withdrawal.
Jeff Cameron (formerly of the Jeff Cameron Show on WNLS-1270 AM) and Matt Millar discuss the Alabama spring game and the 92,138 that attended in April 2007. Includes fact-inspired speculation about what Alabama Crimson Tide fans talk and think about on a daily basis. This classic segment has all the elements that made this show special. Jeff Cameron returns August 1st on ESPN 97.9 FM in Tallahassee.
Sample Hilarity: "Section C, can I get a yik-yik-yuu?"... "Screen pass! Screen pass!"... "I feel Saban's aura and you should too."... "We gonna kick ass with Saban and the Bear."... "There's a bit of Bear in that sweep."... "The Bear said let's play some football. I said that sounds like a good idea Bear. That sounds like a damn fine idea."
Change to college football's post-season is on the way. Steve Wieberg's USA Today story details the post-season proposals now on the table for BCS officials. No idea has been ruled out, but the focus now is on four options for determining a national champion with two involving a four-team playoff.
Also interesting are proposals that deal with the next level of top teams. The next 6-16 top teams after the top 4 could be placed in bowl matchups by ranking/seeding to create 'the most evenly matched and attractive games that make geographic sense for the participants.' The proposals aim to strengthen field play as a factor in qualifying for bowl appearances with less emphasis on tourism factors.
"League presidents are scheduled to discuss the topic early next week at their annual September meetings, but it is not the first time the topic has been discussed by the group, nor has the meeting been scheduled specifically to address expansion. The current buyout for an ACC team to leave the conference, according to both sources, is between $10 million to $13 million."
More news on the next installment of the EA Sports NCAA Football franchise has been released which details the inclusion of team specific entrances. FSU is included, but they do not go into detail on their entrance. Continue on to the link for more information and a short teaser with some entrances highlighted.
Being a huge fan of this franchise for a long time and pretty hardcore NCAA Football gamer, I can't help but get even more excited for the July release. I'm really hoping for Chief Osceola and Renegade to make an appearance with the spear throw.