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 Against D Grain said:
Tyler Love will be a backup, I dont think they will have a 6'7 lineman playing guard, although it is a possibility. Qbs wouldnt be able to see the field

Tyler Love needs another year in our 4th quarter S&C program, he is still too small to start inthe SEC at tackle..
agree but with Massie and Fluker on the field i wouldnt really care to be honest lol
 9 years ago '04        #142
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RB Ronnie Hillman to SDSU

what now bi*ches hahaha jk
 9 years ago '06        #143
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Alright just watched the "Insider" briefing on Gatorcountry

We're expected to keep all our current recruits and pick up Jenkins, Jarvis Jones, another CB I think and they guy was confidently predicting that we land Trent Richardson. He was saying 45%, but he seemed more confident.

Not a bad signing day
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USC is always stacked... pete carroll is the ultimate pitchman
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Plenty of recruiting to be done in final visit weekend

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It is the last visit weekend before National Signing Day and several programs are taking a final shot at landing some big-time prospects. New Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin and his staff will be making a pitch to a solid group that includes four-star receivers Patrick Patterson and Marlon Brown.

The new staffs at Auburn and Mississippi State are also attempting to make a late push with big weekends of their own.

And what's behind four-star West Monroe (La.) High LB Barkevious Mingo's visit to a Big East school in the Northeast?

Read on for the inside scoop on those story lines and more from the big weekends across the country.

Official Visit Weekend Previews: Jan. 30, 2009
ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE: BamaOnLine.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Alabama gets the last shot at long-time LSU commit Janzen Jackson as the five-star CB will be the lone official visitor to Tuscaloosa this weekend.
• BamaOnLine.com's Signing Day Decision Tracker

AUBURN TIGERS: AuburnSports.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
The final visit weekend for the new staff at Auburn includes Tennessee commits Aubrey Phillips and David Oku as well as four-star Tallahassee(Fla.) Godby DT Corey Gaines. The Tigers also plan on hosting five-star WR Rueben Randle. Will he make the trip?

COLORADO BUFFALOES: BuffStampede.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
After backing out of his commitment to USC last week, Rivals100 safety Byron Moore is taking an official visit to Colorado after previously saying he would be taking a visit to LSU this weekend.

FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES: Warchant.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Five-star Alabama commit Trent Richardson was still scheduled to take a visit to Tallahassee. Is this visit from the nation's No. 2 running back anything more than a courtesy? Five-star Florida commit Andre Debose is also among the prospects set to see the Seminoles this weekend.


GEORGIA BULLDOGS: UGASports.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
The Bulldogs are set to host five-star CB Greg Reid and could also get a visit from four-star safety Jawanza Starling of Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln.

KANSAS STATE WILDCATS: GoPowercat.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Four-star JUCO WR Andre Simmons committed to Colorado in November but is scheduled to visit K-State this weekend and could make a switch.

KENTUCKY WILDCATS: CatsPause.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Four-star CB Darren Myles was scheduled to visit Kentucky this weekend but recent ice storms in the state could factor into whether or not he makes the trip.

LSU TIGERS: TigerBait.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
LSU heads to the finish line with one final round of official visitors this weekend headlined by the nation's No. 3 weakside linebacker in Jarvis Jones of Carver High in Columbus, Ga.

MIAMI HURRICANES: CaneSports.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Four-star St. Stephen (S.C.) Timberland High School OL Quinton Washington has whittled his list down to three schools and he'll be among the official visitors in Miami this weekend.
• Washington set to visit, down to three

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS: BulldogBlitz.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
In the last week, Mississippi State has made a play for three-star wide receiver Mardrecas Hood. The 6-foot-3, 180-pounder got a verbal offer from the Bulldogs last Thursday and will visit the Starkville campus. Coach Dan Mullen and staff will also try to convince West Virginia commit Pat Miller and a couple of Auburn commits that they should be Bulldogs.

OKLAHOMA SOONERS: SoonerScoop.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
The Sooners are looking to get the last shot at Arlington (Texas) Bowie DE Jarrett Brown and Tulsa (Okla.) East Central DT Pearlie Graves, who is currently committed to Michigan.

TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS: VolQuest.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
It's the last visit weekend before National Signing Day and one thing is apparent, new Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin and his staff are swinging for the fences. The Vols expect at least nine and possibly more visitors in town. The list of potential visitors includes WR Patrick Patterson, OT Brandon Moore, WR Kendall Kelly, WR Orson Charles, RB Eddie Lacy, DE Sam Montgomery, LB Tana Patrick and WR Marlon Brown.

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS: RedRaiderSports.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
The last two weeks have been very hectic for Fossil Ridge linebacker Brandon Mahoney. He had been committed to Oklahoma but recently the two sides appear to have gone different directions. With a shared agreement that Mahoney would take other official visits, the 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect went to Texas A&M last weekend and will check out the Red Raiders this weekend.

UCONN HUSKIES: UConnReport.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
The UConn Huskies will entertain only one official visitor this weekend, but it is a big one. West Monroe (La.) High four-star LB Barkevious Mingo will be in town to check out the program and take in UConn's big matchup with Villanova on the hardwood.

USC TROJANS: USCFootball.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Five-star linebacker Manti Te'o knows the end is near. With official visits to UCLA, BYU and Notre Dame in the books, the Hawaii native is ready for the final weekend of his recruitment.


VIRGINIA TECH HOKIES: HokieHaven.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
Four-star Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic cornerback Jayron Hosley has said in recent weeks that he is likely to sign with South Florida on Signing Day. Will a visit to Virginia Tech this weekend change things?

WASHINGTON HUSKIES: UDubSports.com | Visit Dates | Commit List
It could be a big weekend for the Huskies if Steve Sarkisian and staff can convince USC commit James Boyd and UCLA commit Brandon Sermons to have second thoughts about their college choices.
 9 years ago '04        #147
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at LSu fans still salty about Saban... get over lil dude already

I know u saw where they took Randle on a tour of the capital?? What HS kid wants to do that lame a.ss sh*t anyways here's an LSU blog about Randle and Saban




Along comes Nick Saban and that listing ship at Alabama, and the story of Randle going to the Louisiana state capitol is now a big deal. Because apparently Saban is attempting to make a stink about that side trip being an NCAA violation, which is an uproarious piece of irony in itself. It also makes Saban out to be a total jackass to complain about this trip - because Randle going to visit his state capitol while in Baton Rouge on his own dime and not as part of an official visit to LSU is most certainly NOT an NCAA violation, and furthermore while Teepell is decidedly an LSU fan he is neither an alumnus nor a booster of Tiger athletics. So while it's a neat deal that Randle got the governor's chief of staff to take him around the capitol and show him where Huey Long's bodyguards' bullets tore chips of stone out of the walls in the hallway, it doesn't exactly rise to the level of red Denalis getting handed out like all-day suckers at the doctor's office.

The story goes that Saban found out he was in the wrong for complaining about the capitol trip after the fact, which has him on a rampage in the Alabama football offices not seen since he declared war on the Miami team doctors for telling him Drew Brees' shoulder was screwed. It's probably not something Saban should waste a tantrum on - after all, Alabama's chances of getting Randle were never as good as the brain-dead rednecks who support that program deluded themselves into a.ssessing them to be. So by trying to cast Randle as Albert Means and Les Miles as Mike DuBose, he really doesn't lose a whole lot; Saban probably offended Randle enough that he might not even get a phone call letting him down easy when the star wideout commits to LSU, but he was never going to get much more than that anyway.

On the other hand, it does make Saban look pretty stupid. Petty, as well. And while the Gumps might be put off by what looks like incompetence on the part of their head coach - something they should be well used to after two decades in which Bama usually only excelled in buying players and filing frivolous lawsuits against the NCAA, but certainly not something they expect after looting Paul Bryant, Junior's business account to pay for Saban's Little Debbie allowance - the fact is, even the most delusional and retarded of the Gump faithful have to understand that Alabama is a poor fit for a guy like Randle. After all, they have nobody to throw him the ball; LSU does. They have a marquee sophomore-to-be receiver in a run-oriented offense; LSU's top guy is a senior and the Tigers throw the ball all over the place. And Saban used to pitch every kid in Louisiana on how important it is for them to take advantage of all the opportunities a local kid can avail himself of by becoming part of the flagship program, which he now is obviously saying is a lie in Randle's case.

To borrow a phrase from James Carville in The a.ssassination Of Jesse James, Saban's cup of iniquity is full. He had a great year this past year due largely to the fact that he caught LSU, Auburn, Tennessee and Clemson all in down years at the same time, got lucky to beat LSU, Ole Miss, Tulane and Kentucky - if Jarrett Lee has only a mildly horrible game LSU sends Saban home to Tuscaloosa with a busted season - and he rode a good offensive line to a decent campaign before Andre Smith turned pro in the middle of bowl practices and left him wide open to get his pants taken off by Utah.

But now that Saban's magic moment is over, it looks a lot like the walls are falling in on him. Kevin Steele's departure to Clemson came complete with a big "Bleep You" in Saban's face at halftime of that pitiful Sugar Bowl performance.

Lance Thompson's defection to Tennessee was even worse, as Thompson knows where all the bodies are buried and he's using that information in an attempt to k!ll Saban's recruiting class - one reason why Bama attack dog and hack columnist Paul Finebaum is now taking time off his low-rent personal a.ssaults on Louisianians to lambaste new Vol head coach Lane Kiffin.

Saban did manage to sign up James Willis to replace Steele, though bringing back retread and former verbal a.ssault victim Sal Sunseri, who Saban used to drop F-bombs on daily during the one year Sunseri coached for Saban at LSU, to replace Thompson is a bit less inspiring. Now there are rumors that offensive coordinator Jim McElwain, who did the job of a lifetime coaxing a good year out of John Parker Wilson until Utah finally was able to expose him, is looking for a road out of town.

That, coming on the heels of news that top recruit Trent Richardson is all but decommitted from Saban's program, means that Lil' Napoleon is in a bad mood these days. And since Saban in a good mood is basically one notch away from Adolf Hitler with a schnapps hangover, you can imagine how much fun he is to hang around.

Nick probably ought to suck it up and see a shrink or something. In the past, the way he'd handle adversity like this would be to call Jimmy s3xton and have the latter pimp out his name to every NFL job from Oakland to Buffalo in an effort to either find greener pastures or at least frighten the natives into shutting their pie-holes. That dog won't hunt anymore after Saban's ignominious slink out of Miami, so he's basically stuck at Alabama for the time being and everybody knows it. In other words, he might actually have to stick around and deal with the messes he created this time.

And it's likely to be a real mess, too, because he's at a place where they think it's OK to call you and offer frank, first-person analysis of your playcalling at 3 a.m. after a game or to lob bricks through your window. The Gumps fancy themselves the inventors of college football and a.ssert it's their birthright to win national championships - or at least claim them if they don't actually earn them. They're not going to be patient when they find out how badly Saban has mismanaged his quarterback situation by only signing a 6-4, 170-pound Twiggy clone as his Future this year, or that despite all the pumping-up Rivals did on Star Jackson last year the kid really can't pass.

They're also going to begin questioning the price of Saban's ego in all these failed recruiting forays into Louisiana, in which he comes after everything that moves in this state and ends up taking LSU's leftovers who are either not big enough, not fast enough, not smart enough or don't have the requisite character to make the Tiger coaches' a-list. Darrington Sentimore might turn out to be a good player, but you're not going to beat LSU with a team full of Darrington Sentimores - and that's even a.ssuming Sentimore gets into school, which is not a good a.ssumption to make.

Anyway, it's impolite to point. So I'll stop pointing the finger at Little Nicky. I do ask that he leave off pointing his digits at LSU, though, and go back to terrorizing the secretaries and underlings at the Bama football offices.


Damn and I thought AU hated bama.... LSU fans won't let go of him hahaha
 9 years ago '04        #148
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at Kevin Steele saying "Fuk you" to Saban at halftime of the Utah game
 9 years ago '06        #149
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LSU people stay obessed with Saban.....Ever since he hurt there feelings when he left to go to Miami, Saban all of sudden isnt a good coach, cant recruit, and wont succeed wherever he goes.......Ever fanbase has its retarded fans but in LSU that seems to be the case for about 75% of the population. Dont get me wrong, KB and Aftershoc <Not for sure on the name> are not part of that group but nevertheless LSU loves to hate Alabama
 9 years ago '05        #150
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 UknowWhatItIs said:
at LSu fans still salty about Saban... get over lil dude already

I know u saw where they took Randle on a tour of the capital?? What HS kid wants to do that lame a.ss sh*t anyways here's an LSU blog about Randle and Saban




Along comes Nick Saban and that listing ship at Alabama, and the story of Randle going to the Louisiana state capitol is now a big deal. Because apparently Saban is attempting to make a stink about that side trip being an NCAA violation, which is an uproarious piece of irony in itself. It also makes Saban out to be a total jackass to complain about this trip - because Randle going to visit his state capitol while in Baton Rouge on his own dime and not as part of an official visit to LSU is most certainly NOT an NCAA violation, and furthermore while Teepell is decidedly an LSU fan he is neither an alumnus nor a booster of Tiger athletics. So while it's a neat deal that Randle got the governor's chief of staff to take him around the capitol and show him where Huey Long's bodyguards' bullets tore chips of stone out of the walls in the hallway, it doesn't exactly rise to the level of red Denalis getting handed out like all-day suckers at the doctor's office.

The story goes that Saban found out he was in the wrong for complaining about the capitol trip after the fact, which has him on a rampage in the Alabama football offices not seen since he declared war on the Miami team doctors for telling him Drew Brees' shoulder was screwed. It's probably not something Saban should waste a tantrum on - after all, Alabama's chances of getting Randle were never as good as the brain-dead rednecks who support that program deluded themselves into a.ssessing them to be. So by trying to cast Randle as Albert Means and Les Miles as Mike DuBose, he really doesn't lose a whole lot; Saban probably offended Randle enough that he might not even get a phone call letting him down easy when the star wideout commits to LSU, but he was never going to get much more than that anyway.

On the other hand, it does make Saban look pretty stupid. Petty, as well. And while the Gumps might be put off by what looks like incompetence on the part of their head coach - something they should be well used to after two decades in which Bama usually only excelled in buying players and filing frivolous lawsuits against the NCAA, but certainly not something they expect after looting Paul Bryant, Junior's business account to pay for Saban's Little Debbie allowance - the fact is, even the most delusional and retarded of the Gump faithful have to understand that Alabama is a poor fit for a guy like Randle. After all, they have nobody to throw him the ball; LSU does. They have a marquee sophomore-to-be receiver in a run-oriented offense; LSU's top guy is a senior and the Tigers throw the ball all over the place. And Saban used to pitch every kid in Louisiana on how important it is for them to take advantage of all the opportunities a local kid can avail himself of by becoming part of the flagship program, which he now is obviously saying is a lie in Randle's case.

To borrow a phrase from James Carville in The a.ssassination Of Jesse James, Saban's cup of iniquity is full. He had a great year this past year due largely to the fact that he caught LSU, Auburn, Tennessee and Clemson all in down years at the same time, got lucky to beat LSU, Ole Miss, Tulane and Kentucky - if Jarrett Lee has only a mildly horrible game LSU sends Saban home to Tuscaloosa with a busted season - and he rode a good offensive line to a decent campaign before Andre Smith turned pro in the middle of bowl practices and left him wide open to get his pants taken off by Utah.

But now that Saban's magic moment is over, it looks a lot like the walls are falling in on him. Kevin Steele's departure to Clemson came complete with a big "Bleep You" in Saban's face at halftime of that pitiful Sugar Bowl performance.

Lance Thompson's defection to Tennessee was even worse, as Thompson knows where all the bodies are buried and he's using that information in an attempt to k!ll Saban's recruiting class - one reason why Bama attack dog and hack columnist Paul Finebaum is now taking time off his low-rent personal a.ssaults on Louisianians to lambaste new Vol head coach Lane Kiffin.

Saban did manage to sign up James Willis to replace Steele, though bringing back retread and former verbal a.ssault victim Sal Sunseri, who Saban used to drop F-bombs on daily during the one year Sunseri coached for Saban at LSU, to replace Thompson is a bit less inspiring. Now there are rumors that offensive coordinator Jim McElwain, who did the job of a lifetime coaxing a good year out of John Parker Wilson until Utah finally was able to expose him, is looking for a road out of town.

That, coming on the heels of news that top recruit Trent Richardson is all but decommitted from Saban's program, means that Lil' Napoleon is in a bad mood these days. And since Saban in a good mood is basically one notch away from Adolf Hitler with a schnapps hangover, you can imagine how much fun he is to hang around.

Nick probably ought to suck it up and see a shrink or something. In the past, the way he'd handle adversity like this would be to call Jimmy s3xton and have the latter pimp out his name to every NFL job from Oakland to Buffalo in an effort to either find greener pastures or at least frighten the natives into shutting their pie-holes. That dog won't hunt anymore after Saban's ignominious slink out of Miami, so he's basically stuck at Alabama for the time being and everybody knows it. In other words, he might actually have to stick around and deal with the messes he created this time.

And it's likely to be a real mess, too, because he's at a place where they think it's OK to call you and offer frank, first-person analysis of your playcalling at 3 a.m. after a game or to lob bricks through your window. The Gumps fancy themselves the inventors of college football and a.ssert it's their birthright to win national championships - or at least claim them if they don't actually earn them. They're not going to be patient when they find out how badly Saban has mismanaged his quarterback situation by only signing a 6-4, 170-pound Twiggy clone as his Future this year, or that despite all the pumping-up Rivals did on Star Jackson last year the kid really can't pass.

They're also going to begin questioning the price of Saban's ego in all these failed recruiting forays into Louisiana, in which he comes after everything that moves in this state and ends up taking LSU's leftovers who are either not big enough, not fast enough, not smart enough or don't have the requisite character to make the Tiger coaches' a-list. Darrington Sentimore might turn out to be a good player, but you're not going to beat LSU with a team full of Darrington Sentimores - and that's even a.ssuming Sentimore gets into school, which is not a good a.ssumption to make.

Anyway, it's impolite to point. So I'll stop pointing the finger at Little Nicky. I do ask that he leave off pointing his digits at LSU, though, and go back to terrorizing the secretaries and underlings at the Bama football offices.


Damn and I thought AU hated bama.... LSU fans won't let go of him hahaha
yea a lot of LSU fans still mad bout that saban sh*t but i could careless that blog post was quite entertaining tho. now as far as randle visiting the capitol. dude wants to be in politics and could land an internship at the governor's office. so LSU didnt take him on a tour randle went on his own time im sure that sh*t is plain as day and has been reported already.
 9 years ago '06        #151
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Ed Stinson just committed to Bama over LSU. gotdamn another LB, if we get Tana Patrick too then our LB class is gone be insane.
 9 years ago '05        #152
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Ed Stinson just committed to Bama over LSU. gotdamn another LB, if we get Tana Patrick too then our LB class is gone be insane.
ur moving Stinson to LB big mistake if u ask me, he probably wont see the field at Bama cause he damn sure wasnt gonna see it at FSU
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 booker20 said:
ur moving Stinson to LB big mistake if u ask me, he probably wont see the field at Bama cause he damn sure wasnt gonna see it at FSU
he'll play the JACK Backer, which means he'll be in the 3 point stance some too. i think he could be a solid player at that spot. not ur prototypical LB or DE which is perfect for the JACK LB.
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already knew stinson wasnt headed this way after we picked up bennie logan. gotta see if we gonna get the big fish now (sam montgomery)
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^^ i honestly dont think yall or we will get him.
 9 years ago '04        #156
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Patrick is a bama lock. The Saban Foundation gave a scholly to his girl.

we bout to snatch Aubrey Phillips from UT and Johnnie Farms from UNC

Watch out for Luper... he might work some magic with Oku this weekend too
 9 years ago '04        #157
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Markevious Bingo visiting UConn this weekend??
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 UknowWhatItIs said:
Patrick is a bama lock. The Saban Foundation gave a scholly to his girl.

we bout to snatch Aubrey Phillips from UT and Johnnie Farms from UNC

Watch out for Luper... he might work some magic with Oku this weekend too
lmao...Phillips bout to come to FSU.
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 UknowWhatItIs said:
January 29, 2009
Major detour: Whipple meets Bryce

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Last night new Cane offensive coordinator Mark Whipple met with Bryce Brown's advisor, Brian Butler. Bryce's father, Arthur Sr., was not able to make the meeting because of illness.

But, while Butler said yesterday it wasn't expected that Whipple would meet with Bryce face-to-face since he is on vacation and that they would have a phone conversation instead, it turns out that the two were able to meet.

Whipple flew into Omaha, Neb., where Bryce is on vacation with his uncle. He sat down with Bryce before driving five hours to Wichita, Kansas, to meet with Butler last night.

Bryce's father also spoke with Whipple on the phone.

"Coach Whipple flew down and met with Bryce personally, got the opportunity to meet with him," Arthur Brown Sr. said. "Everything went rather well. I heard some things about him that I'm pretty impressed with. He seemed like a very upstanding man. From talking to him, what his whole philosophy is and how he plans to run his offense is something similar to what Bryce has been looking at. I'm sure Bryce likes the direction coach Whipple's taking the program."
cane lock. :applause:
 9 years ago '06        #160
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 UknowWhatItIs said:
Patrick is a bama lock.

When was there any doubt??

Only person we have in T Town for an official is Janzen Jackson. It's kinda crazy he is the only one down there. I still think he's a LSU lock, maybe Saban can work his magic in these next couple of days :dancingcool:
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