The Alabama Crimson Tide put together one of the most dominating performances of the opening weekend of college football. So it would make sense that we bring on the biggest Alabama fan of them all. Of course, I’m talking about Dr. Karol Kenton Kogslotter – better known as SEC Guy. He joined the MSP Tuesday to weigh in on college football’s opening weekend.
“We took on a real team, Michigan – At least that’s what everyone says. Bernard Robinson came in there and what happened to him? He got the same treatment that Jordan Jefferson got…Nothing. He got zero. And everyone sees it…no matter how many people we graduate, no matter how many people go to the pros, Alabama is still number one."
It’s pretty hard to argue with him on that one. Holding Bernard Robinson to 200 yards passing, 27 yards rushing and two interceptions is no small feat.
The doctor also made sure to point out the real reason the University of Georgia cancelled its home-and-home series with the University of Oregon that was supposed to take place in 2015 and 2016. Apparently, the Bulldogs had concerns over the “Occupy Wall Street” movement that has made Oregon such an infamous place this summer.
“You know why they did it? They felt unsafe cuz of all that…occupy wall street. Last year you had a bunch of people living in the bushes and things out there in Portland and they felt unsafe and they decided to stay in Georgia, between the hedges.”
Take a listen to the colorful Mr. Kogslotter as he comments on the Ducks' new uniforms and make sure you pay attention to the preview of this week’s match-up between the Huskies up north and the Bayou Bengals.