Congress vs. the BCS. What’s next?

It’s another Fantastic Friday and once more the floor is open to you. No subject is off limits as long as it’s clean. Here are five reasonably interesting topics to get our conversation going:

1. Congress  vs. the BCS. What’s next? Bill Hancock, the BCS Executive Director, sent a letter yesterday responding to inquiries from senators Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Max Baucus (D-Montana) about the way the BCS determines its champion and distributes the money, which will be about $125 million per year in the next four-year cycle.

Hancock was polite and answered all questions. But basically he told the Senators that they had more important things to worry about: “While I appreciate your interest, I believe that decisions about college football should be made by university presidents, athletics directors, coaches and conference commissioners rather than by members of Congress.”

Zing.

Hatch, upset when undefeated Utah did not get a shot at the 2008 national championship (while No. 1 Oklahoma and No. 2 Florida did), fired back with a statement released from his office: “Today, the BCS simply confirmed what most fans of college football have known for some time, that the BCS system is biased, secretive, and harmful to schools and competitors.

“No one wants to see Congress get involved here, including me. But if this response is any indication, there may not be any other option.”

Another Zing.

Now remember what I told you earlier in the week. The more and more outside forces like Congress push, the more and more the big conferences may decide to give up on any kind of post-season structure after the next four-year cycle.

The smart people I know who are handicapping this thing tell me that if expansion comes, the odds are better that the conferences will go back to the traditional bowl structure (Big Ten, Pac-10 in the Rose, SEC in the Sugar, ACC in the Orange, etc.) than forming any kind of playoff.

It is going to be an interesting summer.

 

2. Lane Kiffin is making $4 million at USC. Seriously? Seriously. Nothing really surprises me anymore but when HBO and ESPN reported that Kiffin, who has won exactly seven games as a college head coach during a cup of coffee at Tennessee, would be making $4 million at USC that surprised me. A couple of things in play here: USC was obviously in no mood to fool around last January when Pete Carroll bolted for the Seattle Seahawks. AD Mike Garrett needed somebody who knew how the program works and would say yes if the number on the table was big enough. Also remember that agent Jimmy Sexton (see Nick Saban, Houston Nutt) is one of the best when it comes to convincing a school that his guy is the one they need and this is the number that it will take to get him. Sexton sold USC on the future. The guy is good.

 

3. Assistant coaches deserve every penny they get:  Remember back in the summer of 2008 when the SEC did its $3 billion TV deal with CBS and ESPN? I told you at the time that a lot of that new money would be spent to hire and retain the best coaches for this league. It is no coincidence that a bunch of coordinators in the SEC have now cashed in.

David Jones of Florida Today points out that a year ago only two SEC assistants were making more than $500,000. Since then Alabama DC Kirby Smart has had his pay doubled to $700,000. Georgia had to pony up and pay Todd Grantham $750,000 to get him away from the Dallas Cowboys. More than one school came after South Carolina DC Ellis Johnson and he got his salary doubled to $700,000. Auburn OC Gus Malzahn got bumped up to $500,000. Derek Dooley had to pay Justin Wilcox $600,000 to leave Boise State and become the new DC and Tennessee. And so it goes.

The money is there and the agents who represent these coaches know it. And what do you do if you’re an athletics director like South Carolina’s Eric Hyman? His business sense tells him he can’t pay $700,000 for an assistant football coach but if Steve Spurrier says he has to have Johnson running his defense (and he does), what are you going to do? You’re going to pay it.

 

4. You gotta give Boise State credit. They play people: The Broncos have 21 of 22 starters coming back from a 14-0 team. They will travel all the way across the country to open the season on Sept. 6 against Virginia Tech in Landover, Md. On Sept. 25 they will host Oregon State, which will be in a lot of preseason Top 25s. Next season Chris Peterson and his gang will open the season at Ole Miss. Boise State was told a while back that in order to get into the national championship discussion it would have to go on the road and beat people that are supposed to be better than them. Rather than complain about a perceived injustice as a program in a league without an automatic qualifier, Boise rolled up their sleeves and improved the schedule. Same goes for TCU, which went on the road and beat Virginia and Clemson last season.

 

5. Please say a prayer for the Beamer family: Cheryl Beamer, the wife of Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer, was seriously injured in a fall at their second home at Lake Oconee. According to media reports, Cheryl Beamer fell when she was carrying one of her grandchildren and tripped over a family pet and could not break her fall.  She was rushed to Athens Regional Hospital where she had pins inserted in both legs. She also suffered six broken ribs and a broken collarbone. Virginia Tech Sports Information Dave Smith told the Raleigh News & Observer that the child was not seriously injured.

Frank Beamer, set to enter his 23d season at Virginia Tech, suffered a fall two weeks ago getting off a plane in Roanoke. He’ll need surgery this summer to repair a torn tendon in his right bicep.

 

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385 comments Add your comment

MattyB

May 21st, 2010
4:45 pm

Oh, it is going to be so nice to hear all you SEC fans crying after BSU wins it all. I’m sure you will find some excuse as to why your team didn’t play their best game, or how BSU would lose 9 out of 10, but like it or not, BSU will be in the NC game…GO BRONCOS!!!

Einsteindawg

May 21st, 2010
4:46 pm

Prayers for the Beamer family. The NCAA/BSC is all about the money. Congress is all about being reelected. The smart money always is always with NCAA.

Look at that dumb S.OB run

May 21st, 2010
4:48 pm

Forrest was good though you have to admit that.

Delbert D.

May 21st, 2010
4:50 pm

“Congress vs. the BCS. What’s next?”

I dunno, ACORN vs. the NCAA?

HugoStiglitz

May 21st, 2010
5:05 pm

bamaguy, I hate to defend congress but the Senate debated and passed a huge financial reform bill just last night and last I checked Orrin Hatch was a Senator, although he voted against it. What more would you like him to do about your 401k?

Coach Small Johnson

May 21st, 2010
5:25 pm

Obviously the morons that allow the BCS to take place dont really stop and see the potential of a playofff would mean to revenue and viewership.

For instance I could care less about seeing what has become two of the most boring BCS bowls the ROSE and the ORANGE. Big ten against Pac Ten WOOOOOOOO now thats exciting, or how about the Big EAST against the ACC usually played in the ORANGE WOOOOOOOO now thats exciting too.

I dont waste my time did anyone last year watch Tech in the ORange bowl? no maybe for 5 mins to check a score and count on 5 figures the number of fans in the stadium

What would happen if all 4 BCS bowls and maybe include the Cotton would have playoff games in their stadiums people would watch due to the match ups they could have

Yes people would show just look at the attendance for the DIV II playoffs

Just a thought now someone call BILL KING and ESPN and explain to them people would see it

Hunker Down

May 21st, 2010
5:34 pm

Someone needs to run against that whiner Hatch and beat him (like Bama would Utah) so we don’t have to listen to his childish antics.

BC$ Slave

May 21st, 2010
6:38 pm

What was that you said Tony? I’m paraphrasing here, but I think you said something like, “the more outside forces like Congress push, the more likely college football will resist a playoff.” I hope we do go back to the old, traditional bowl system. At least that would stop the farce of a national championship. Frankly, if college football goes back to the bowl system, I think that would create even more bitterness between the fans and the money grubbing, self serving college establishment.

Give us a playoff…or forget the MNC.

pat sulley

May 21st, 2010
6:41 pm

Gen Neyland
May 21st, 2010
4:11 pm

Sulley : You laid the groundwork earlier applying criteria to prayer. Just asking where you learned do do so.
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Kinda common sense.
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Omniscient means He knows everything so He does not need us to give Him advice nor direction nor does He need to have us dictate to Him.
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Omnipresent means He is everywhere so He is aware of what is happening to this family.
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Omnipotent means He has the power to change it should He feels it better advances His grand scheme.

pat sulley

May 21st, 2010
6:47 pm

Its not that He does not care….He has a plan and if this person suffers and that person does not its all part of the plan…how arrogant that we could presume to be on such a level that we should petition Him to CHANGE his plan to suit us.

Beast from the East

May 21st, 2010
6:54 pm

Patrick,
I’m not a religious person, but I don’t think Tony asked anyone to “tell”, “dictate” or demand that “He” do anything. He asked that you say a prayer for this family in their time of need. Surely, there’s no harm in that.
Are you just hung up on always having to “dictate” your point of view?
Nobody said anything negative about Richt today, so lighten up, will ‘ya?

Max Sizemore

May 21st, 2010
7:34 pm

Congress should close down the hypocritical NCAA. Take over control of all assets, just like they do with certain banks. Talk about a circle jerk.

BIRDDAWGONE

May 21st, 2010
8:01 pm

My prayers are with the Beamer family, so I hope that this post is not viewed as negative towards the Frank Beamer.
MY FAVORITE Quote of all time, I cut it out of the AJC and taped it at the top of my computer screen.
Ken Hatfield, the athletic director at Arkansas at the time was asked (after Beamer had just taken Arkansas to a bowl game) if he would still love Beamer if they went 6-6 the next year.
Hatfield answered,”Sure I would, I would miss him too.”

BIRDDAWGONE

May 21st, 2010
8:09 pm

Oops! wrong coach Beamer at VT, they Hatfield was talking about Coach Broyles, my misstake, still my favorite quote.

SOOHSO

May 21st, 2010
9:34 pm

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cantondawg

May 21st, 2010
10:57 pm

I liked the old bowl system better than this crap we have now. Now only 1 game counts toward the national championship game. I like the good ole days when 2 or perhaps 3 bowl games determined the NC. Remember 1984 when Nebraska and Texas were consensus #1 and #2 all season. UGA defeated #2 Texas 10-9 and Miami jumped from #4 to #1 by beating Nebraska in the Orange Bowl. Plus the bowl games back then had good matchups unlike the crappy matchups we get now.

D B Evans

May 21st, 2010
11:04 pm

Hey Leroy…what do you mean “when is Bama going to Man Up amd play somebody”. In addotion to SEC West Schedule + oTN + other SEC East foes…in ‘07 we played FSU, ‘08 Clemson (Preseason Top ‘10) and ‘09 Virginia Tech (Preseason Top 10). In ;10, Penn State come on board.

Patrick Henry

May 21st, 2010
11:34 pm

Congress should limit their sesssions to one day a year. Of course the first item for business would be a pay increase for themselves. These clowns are so much worse than the British.

observor

May 21st, 2010
11:54 pm

Get off your lazy butt Tony and actually interact with your readers. You are by far the worst blogger on the AJC.

UGADAWG30

May 22nd, 2010
12:05 am

CONGRESS HAS NO BUSINESS MESSING AROUND WITH ATHLETICS…Why doesn’t congress focus on the real problem right now…The Stinking Economy….Congress is killing us with more and more taxes and programs we cannot afford….Anyone wanting congress to get involved with the BCS is crazy…Congress cannot run Washington right…much less anything else…

dan

May 22nd, 2010
12:44 am

The wonderful government of B Hussein Obama

For the 10,000th time, there was no rule in the BCS in 2007 that said a team had to win their conference to play for the National Title. In 2003 Oklahoma lost 35-7 in their title game and were still able to play LSU for a shot at the National Title. In 2001 Nebraska got destroyed by Colorado yet they were still able to play for a National Title. The Dawgs would have beaten LSU or Ohio State in a title game if given the chance.

As for all the whiny Republicans on this blog: I find it humorous that most of you are anti-government when most of our civil liberties were completely disregarded during the Bush years with the Patriot Act. It’s ironic how you Republicans are anti-big government yet have no problem with government intrusion in regards to issues like abortion. Such BS! As for you mindless threats about 2010, I strongly encourage your party to run better campaigns than ya’ll did in 2008 and 2006 otherwise it will result in another ass kicking for your party.

tyler

May 22nd, 2010
12:45 am

Forrest Gump is a…….You are seriously an idiot! I love reading these posts from dumb#$@#$# like yourself. Bama was 14-0- had a Top 5 strength of schedule and beat 2 top 4 teams. Apparently Bama played and defeated enough good teams to rank anywhere between 2nd and 8th according to the computers. I can GUARANTEE it was better than any
team your sorry a$#@ for pulling for….Jealously is not a very pretty thing on you, although I’m sure you wear it often. Roll Tide loser.

tyler

May 22nd, 2010
12:48 am

That was “bama played and defeated enough good teams to rank anywhere between 2nd and 8th according to the computers STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE- wise .

Bama fan

May 22nd, 2010
1:06 am

Forrest Gump,

Show me what Tide risin wrote that’s not accurate. He is right. We played 1 double A team last year not 3. We played a top 10 VT team. Did Auburn play a top ten out of conference opponent last year? Didn’t think so. We beat 10 bowl teams and 4 top 10 teams. As for beating 10 bowl teams with winning records that is a first in history. Just cause you don’t like it doesn’t change the facts.

Are you going to argue with the unbiased computers which have Bama’s 09 schedule as either 2nd toughest in the country or 8th toughest in terms of strength of schedule? What an imbecile.

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
1:31 am

Beast from the East
May 21st, 2010
6:54 pm

Patrick,
I’m not a religious person, but I don’t think Tony asked anyone to “tell”, “dictate” or demand that “He” do anything. He asked that you say a prayer for this family in their time of need. Surely, there’s no harm in that.
Are you just hung up on always having to “dictate” your point of view?
Nobody said anything negative about Richt today, so lighten up, will ‘ya?
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Then the phrase should have been “keep them in your thoughts” God will not change his mind due to a petition from you. He already knows whats going on and has (millenniums ago) decided whether or not He will or will not do anything for this or that person.

Grand scheme and all.
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“Thoughts” OK. Petitions to an entity not interested in your opinion…Not OK.

Out duty to God is to figure out what He WANTS US TO DO not ask him to do WHAT YOU WANT HIM TO DO.

I am relaxed. This is just a misconception that God cares what you want.
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Its HIS WILL BE DONE not ours.

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
1:32 am

correction: “our duty to God”

Miles

May 22nd, 2010
2:22 am

Hey Sulley, your advocacy of a Calvinist agenda is an indication of your inability to think critically.

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
2:53 am

U dont even know what you are talking about…the view I espouse is a Deist view. Not a Calvinist view. Calvin was a protestant that believed in divine intervention. I am a deist that does not

Joe Pa

May 22nd, 2010
7:17 am

Alabama fans are incredibly pompous. A school’s rich football tradition – such as the one at ‘Bama -should be cherished and not brandished as a defense mchanism. Last year means nothing now, and don’t forget ‘Bama was losing – at home – to the likes of Northern Illionois and Louisiana – Monroe only a handful of years ago and the (18) years of pre-Saban mediocrity also easily dismissed as if stricken from the record completly.

Beast from the East

May 22nd, 2010
7:33 am

Patrick,
Now I truly know why you are so enamored with Richt.
Religion!

Steve Spurrier

May 22nd, 2010
8:05 am

An “athletic director like Eric Hyman?” Interesting comment, Tony. USC has greatly improved their facilities and have been operating in the black for years. Forbes ranked them the 12th most valuable college program. Yeah, we don’t have UF or UGA money but your wording on Hyman shows the Bulldog coming out in you, Tony.

Gen Neyland

May 22nd, 2010
9:55 am

Pat Sulley : James 5:14 and,

Not all are healed because it is His ultimate choice. We know that He is compassionate and merciful. He has full authority over all sickness and can choose to heal whomever He chooses, whenever He chooses. We don’t always know all of the answers as to why – just that His ways are higher than ours.

Let’s give it a rest, okay..? To each, their own…

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
10:29 am

‘Whenever He chooses’. Nothing in that indicates anything different that I explained. No where does it say He listens to prayers. As I explained He knows, He can, but its at his discretion not urs. If its part of his plan he will do it. No petitions needed nor taken
What you posted CONFIRMS what I said. Does not contradict.

hind tit

May 22nd, 2010
10:34 am

7-6 gets you fired in the sec, but gets you 4 million on the left coast.

hind tit

May 22nd, 2010
10:59 am

two men ,one on the right one on the left, suffered the same fate as jesus that day, one ask that he remember him when he came into his kingdom, one did not. jesus answered, today you will be with me in paradise. if he hadn’t ask there would have been no reply.

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:06 am

“His ultimate choice”. Not ours. That does not differ from what I posted. The creator of the Universe could heal…..never said otherwise. Its merely a matter of ….does it fit in his “grand scheme” not ours.
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“he has full authority” Of course He has full authority…..HE IS THE CREATOR OF THE UNIVERSE. Still does not say we can influence his authority thru mass prayer.
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Finally, that came from a book (the bible) you quoted was made by man…not God.
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The Bible was not handed to mankind by God, nor was it dictated to human stenographers
by God. It has nothing to do with God.
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Compare the man-made origins of Christianity and its various dogmas to the simplicity
of Deism.
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Deism is belief in God based only on reason and the creation itself. It makes no
claim to false “revelations” as all of the “revealed” religions do.
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in addition your quote comes from the New Testament. There are many problems with the NT.
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In order for a scripture to be cannonized:
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(1) it must have apostolic witness
(2) it should not have a contradictory passage to those books that are ALREADY established in its cannonicity — The Law, Psalms and The Prophets (of Judaism)–what we call the OLD TESTAMENT
(3) then objectively the early church patriarchs must “VOTE” on it based on research, reason and faith.
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The apostolic witness? The gospels were written over one hundred years AFTER Christ…no witness.
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The NT contradicts many ESTABLISHED old testament verses.
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The early church leaders did VOTE but under the influence of a pagan ruler named Constantine at the counsel of Nicea (hence the Nicean creed).
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He needed to consolidate his power over his people and figured the best way to do so would be bring all the various pagan beliefs and myriad different Christian beliefs into a single cannon.
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He PAID the church leaders to put aside their differences and come up with a book of scriptures. So this “word of God” was bought by a pagan and voted on like we do a law today. Nothing more.
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Again…God makes his decisions on life and death…sickness and health based on HIS WILL not ours

Gen Neyland

May 22nd, 2010
11:11 am

Yes Sulley, it does say there is power of pray numerous times over…Not trying to contrdict what is beyond our realm of understanding so therefore, I have mine, you have yours. That is in essence what you seem unable to grasp. Don’t attempt to take away my beliefs on religion, politics or football-speak as I’m not trying to sway yours. It ain’t gonna happen…I’m thankful to Mr. CFB for allowing us to take his Friday blogs (and Friday’s blog only) and play with it until Monday…

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:13 am

hind tit
May 22nd, 2010
10:59 am

two men ,one on the right one on the left, suffered the same fate as jesus that day, one ask that he remember him when he came into his kingdom, one did not. jesus answered, today you will be with me in paradise. if he hadn’t ask there would have been no reply.
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and is he in heaven? Did you see him go to heaven with Jesus? Who says Jesus is the son of god? The NT? the church?
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The Old Testament was clear on who the messiah would be…he had to be a son of David. Joseph was a son of David and the NT traced Joesph’s lineage back…..one problem with that…He did not have sex with Mary as Mary was a virgin so NONE of Davids blood was in Jesus. Cant be the messiah without it according to scripture.

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:21 am

Gen Neyland
May 22nd, 2010
11:11 am

Yes Sulley, it does say there is power of pray numerous times over…Not trying to contrdict what is beyond our realm of understanding so therefore, I have mine, you have yours. That is in essence what you seem unable to grasp. Don’t attempt to take away my beliefs on religion, politics or football-speak as I’m not trying to sway yours. It ain’t gonna happen…I’m thankful to Mr. CFB for allowing us to take his Friday blogs (and Friday’s blog only) and play with it until Monday…
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“it says”. Define “it”.
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Additionally the power of prayer to understand WHAT HIS WILL IS so you can put 100% effort into doing it.
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I would love to see the part where the bible says you can influence the creator of this universe by prayer.
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I case you have not noticed…I dont take to much stock in the writings of a person or persons who claims to have had communication with the Divine. Kinda seems a bit of a stretch to say the least.
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pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:28 am

A better understanding of prayer….The power of prayer is:
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1. To give thanks
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2. To try to get a better understanding of your role in His plan
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3. Not as a venue for redress or a tool to convince the all mighty that His will is wrong and that He should bend to yours.

BWH Dawg

May 22nd, 2010
11:29 am

m,

Long time, no blog. How has that 30-24 humble pie tasted and don’t forget about 8 of the last 9 little man. Go back in your hole, you little maggot. You and old gold are trolls.

Dawgs will give Fish Fry Johnson and GTU another beating in late November.

Miles

May 22nd, 2010
11:30 am

Sulley, you should stop wasting your time on blogs and begin writing great books of fiction since, after all, all that you have to say is merely contrived. Like John Calvin, you too have a great imagination.

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:34 am

Matt: 1-1 traces Joesph’s lineage to David. Not Mary’s. Joesph did not contribute any of his DNA to Jesus and is therefore NOT a son of David.
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“there should arise from the House of David a king, who studies the Torah and occupies himself with the commandments as his father David had, according to the written and oral Torah; and if he forces all Israel to follow the Torah and observe its rules; and if he fights the wars of the Lord—then he must be presumed be the Messiah” (Zeph. 3:9)
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pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:37 am

“there should arise from the House of David a king” (Zeph. 3:9)
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Jesus had none of Josephs DNA and none of Davids DNA hence not from the house of David. Hence not the Messiah…hence not the Son of God …

pat sulley

May 22nd, 2010
11:44 am

According to Scripture their are certain steps that a Messiah need take to be a Messiah.
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Ø Restore the throne of David

Ø Rebuild the Temple

Ø Gather the exiles

Ø Restore the Torah

Ø He will be a descendent of David

Ø He does not have to perform signs or wonders

Ø He will be a student of Torah

Ø He will force Israel to study Torah

Ø He will fight the wars of the Lord

Ø Elijah will come before Messiah

Ø The battle of Gog and Magog[6] will precede the day of Messiah

Ø Messiah will purify the priesthood and Levites

Ø Messiah will identify and accept those who are truly of Israel

Ø Messiah will identify the tribes of Israel

Ø In Messiah’s reign there will be no hunger or wars

Ø In Messiah’s reign the chief occupation on the earth will be the study of the Lord.

if these events happen then the person is Messiah.
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Have they?

Forrest Gump is the most famous bama grad

May 22nd, 2010
12:55 pm

tyler has the IQ of Al Gore’s feces.

“We played 1 double A team last year not 3. We played a top 10 VT team. Did Auburn play a top ten out of conference opponent last year? Didn’t think so. We beat 10 bowl teams and 4 top 10 teams. As for beating 10 bowl teams with winning records that is a first in history. Just cause you don’t like it doesn’t change the facts.”

Hey dip$hit, what planet are you on? No one said anything about Auburn 2009. If you were a real educated person, which you’re obviously not, you’d know that Bama 09 and Auburn 04 had very similar numbers. Defense and offense.

The wonderful government of B Hussein Obama

May 22nd, 2010
12:58 pm

“For the 10,000th time, there was no rule in the BCS in 2007 that said a team had to win their conference to play for the National Title”

No one is talking about 2007.

“As for all the whiny Republicans on this blog: I find it humorous that most of you are anti-government when most of our civil liberties were completely disregarded during the Bush years with the Patriot Act. It’s ironic how you Republicans are anti-big government yet have no problem with government intrusion in regards to issues like abortion. Such BS! As for you mindless threats about 2010, I strongly encourage your party to run better campaigns than ya’ll did in 2008 and 2006 otherwise it will result in another ass kicking for your party.”

Alright, Commiefag, your messiah has an approval rating of 45%. Unemployment is over 10% and democrats are dropping out of races. He’s 0-4 when supporting a democrap candidate. Democrats are even running their own campaign AGAINST him. See Critz (Penn).

Bottom line: It’s gonna be a hard November for the commie democrat party.

The wonderful government of B Hussein Obama

May 22nd, 2010
1:00 pm

pat sulley, please go over to Cynthia Tuckers blog and argue with her.

Forrest Gump is the most famous bama grad

May 22nd, 2010
1:03 pm

“Are you going to argue with the unbiased computers which have Bama’s 09 schedule as either 2nd toughest in the country or 8th toughest in terms of strength of schedule? What an imbecile.”

UNBIASED COMPUTERS!!!!!!!! LOLOL!!!!!!!

1: I never said that Bama had a weak SOS. I only mocked you because you said that Auburn 04 played ONE bad team. Bama played SEVERAL bad teams.

The imbecile is you, ma’am.

dan

May 22nd, 2010
1:13 pm

Anyone who votes for Republicans is stupid. Democrats always run the country better and we are all better off for it. President Obama is the greatest president who ever lived. His blackness makes him even bettter because all white people are evil and hate black people. George Bush caused this oil spill and he also caused the plane in India to crash.