SBO It was announced Wednesday that Alabama and Southern California will square off to kick off the 2016 season with a neutral site game. The game will be played as a part of the eighth annual Cowboys Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on September 3.
It will be the first regular season matchup between the two storied programs since 1978, a year when both teams shared the national title. The last overall matchup between the Crimson Tide and Trojans was the 1985 Aloha Bowl, a 24-3 Alabama win.
สโบเบ็ต Alabama has played five neutral site games, winning four, since Nick Saban took over and will open its 2014 campaign in Atlanta against West Virginia. The Tide will also open its 2015 season against Wisconsin in Arlington.
The Trojans originally had a home date scheduled with New Mexico on that date, but that game has been switched to September 19, 2020.
เว็บพนันบอลออนไลน์ You never know what you might get at media days, especially ones as crazy as the SEC puts on every year in Hoover, Ala.
Of course, most of the craziness comes from the swarm of fans that wait for autographs and selfies, but every once in awhile, a player does something that is noteworthy.
เอเย่นต์ SBOBET On Monday, that player was Vanderbilt defensive lineman Adam Butler, who sang a few verses of George Strait’s “Amarillo By The Morning” on Sirius XM College Sports Nation with Mark Packer.
OK, let’s be honest, this wasn’t very good, though we acknowledge that Butler was probably a little nervous and definitely unprepared. That said, Butler’s not going to be killing it on The Voice after his playing career is over, but it took major guts for the self-proclaimed shower singer to perform on national radio and he even dedicated the verses to Packer’s wife, which was a nice touch.
After the serenade was over, Butler did note that that was a first for him.