Category: OKTC

Bobby Hebert Rips Les Miles for Not Inserting Jarrett Lee

Last night very few media members were present for Les Miles’s postgame press conference because Alabama was still celebrating on the field. So you can imagine how awkward it was when Bobby Hebert, the father of LSU offensive lineman T-Bob, a former Saints quarterback and current host of the most popular sports talk show in the state,… Read more »

LSU-Alabama Preview

By Zach Bingham After already previewing this match up early in the year, I felt inclined to put a twist on the rematch leading up to Monday’s National Championship game. Personally, I wanted the rematch because it grantees another SEC national champion, again solidifying why the south dominates the most powerful sport in America. Three… Read more »

Alabama Wins National Title; Eliminates Split Title Doubters

New Orleans, LA I’ll admit it, I didn’t think anyone in the country could dominate LSU like Alabama did tonight. I thought if Alabama won it would be a single digit win that was hard fought and contested throughout. I gave Alabama zero chance to march into the Superdome, the location of LSUs last two… Read more »

As College Football Playoff Nears: ESPN VP Burke Magnus Talks BCS Television Deal

Earlier this week SEC commissioner Mike Slive told multiple media outlets that he foresaw meaningful discussions about a plus one format to the BCS — effectively a four team playoff. Today ESPN’s Vice President of college sports programming, Burke Magnus echoed those comments.   “I think Mike Slive’s comments were reflective of where a lot of people are on this,” Magnus… Read more »

Outkick the Coverage’s BCS Title Drinking Game

Back in November we debuted the OKTC drinking game for the first Alabama-LSU game. At the suggestion of a reader we took the game to Twitter and kept a real-time tally of the drinking game under the hashtab #cbsdrink. The first game was popular as thousands of you played along. The second game, created for… Read more »

Jon Gruden Confuses Lisa Salters and Michelle Obama

In a move that could have cost him the District of Columbia’s electoral votes, Jon Gruden confused one attractive black woman for another attractive black woman during Wednesday night’s Orange Bowl. You might have missed it because it came in the second half of the West Virginia – Clemson beat down. Be honest, the only reason… Read more »

You Need Holly Rowe On That Wall, You Want Holly Rowe on That Wall

Last night in the immediate wake of Michigan’s non-false start false started kick, Holly Rowe had some female competition for an interview with Brady Hoke and, well, she was not happy that another reporter got to Hoke first. You guys have such eagle eyes, you immediately blew up my Twitter feed to make sure I’d… Read more »

Caesar’s Palace Sets 2013 BCS Title Odds

I’m not a huge gambler by any stretch of the imagination, but I always love to see what Las Vegas thinks of match-ups, futures, and the like. That’s why I was excited when our guy on 3HL, Todd Fuhrman of Caesar’s Palace, came on our show today and announced that Caesar’s 2013 BCS title future… Read more »

Starting 11: A Weekend of Bowl Watching

You. Can’t. Rely. On. College. Kickers. That should be the lesson that anyone who watched games all day yesterday should take with them. College kickers are notoriously unreliable. This isn’t the NFL. In fact, there’s no comparison between NFL and college kickers. Think about it, NFL kickers are the 32 best at what they do… Read more »

Michele Bachmann Compares Herself to Tim Tebow in Iowa Political Ad

As the Iowa caucus nears, candidates in last place throw up political hail mary’s. This is the only possible explanation for Michele Bachmann’s attempt to compare herself to Tim Tebow. There are all sorts of issues raised by this political action committee ad — first among them is this question, is Tebow actually endorsing Bachmann?… Read more »

With Justin Wilcox and Peter Sirmon Departure: Derek Dooley Is Finished

Today news broke that Justin Wilcox and Peter Sirmon, the two stars of the UT coaching staff, are departing for Washington. Last year Justin Wilcox turned down the defensive coordinator job at Texas. This year he leaves for a vastly inferior job in Washington. This speaks volumes to the state of the UT program, coaches… Read more »

Alabama Football Argument Ends in Stabbing

We’ve all been there, you go out with your buddies for a wild night on the town in Huntsville, Alabama and that night ends at a strip club. Only the strip club is already closed. So you head to the local gas station at three in the morning, get in an argument over Alabama football and… Read more »

SEC Bowl Season Arrives

I’m working like heck to get better at television. Because right now I’m kind of awkward. There are several things on TV you’re supposed to do that are unnatural. For instance, stare directly in to the camera. If you pull your eyes away from the lens it looks awful. Yet this is the exact opposite… Read more »

Derek Dooley Bungles Deanthony Arnett Transfer

Tennessee’s Derek Dooley is about to lose another public relations battle over a transferring student, this time true freshman receiver DeAnthony Arnett. Arnett, a native of Saginaw, Michigan, picked the Vols over Michigan State and Michigan. He had a great first year for a freshman receiver, catching 24 passes for 242 yards. Dooley has agreed… Read more »

2011 Belonged To Twitter, So Does the Future of Sports Media

Every morning starts the same way for me, I roll over and check Twitter on my iPhone. I check Twitter before I check my email, my text messages, or even get out of bed. My wife has even threatened to start her own Twitter account to remind me to take out the trash. I read all… Read more »

SEC’s 2012 Schedule Released

Today the SEC released its 2012 football schedule. It’s been a long time coming. The important thing to keep in mind about the 2012 schedule is that it’s not a template for future seasons. That is, this year’s schedule stands alone. There are still many issues to resolve about the long-term format of a 14… Read more »