Top Plaintiff’s Attorney in Child Sexual Abuse Cases Talks Penn State, Paterno

Jeff Anderson, a plaintiff’s attorney who has represented thousands of sexual abuse plaintiffs over the past 28 years, told OKTC this afternoon that he’d already been in contact with some of the alleged victims of Jerry Sandusky. “Right now we are working on this,” Anderson said, “that much I can tell you. We’re receiving calls from family members of the… Read more »

LSU and Alabama Fans Brawl on the Quad Before the Game

Yesterday I spent several hours on Alabama’s quad and didn’t see a single violent incident. Alabama and LSU fans all seemed to be getting along well. But if you put enough people in close proximity and everyone gets really drunk, the recipe for a brawl is there. And judging from this, there were lots of people… Read more »

Joe Paterno Is Done at Penn State; Fans Should Boycott Nebraska Game

Joe Paterno’s career at Penn State needs to end before this season does. And everyone else who helped to cover up serial child abuser Jerry Sandusky needs to be fired too. This evening the athletic director and former vice president stepped down. But this disturbing child serial rape case is far from over. It’s the Catholic church abuse case… Read more »

Les Miles and LSU Make Alabama Frat Boys Cry

Tuscaloosa, AL Last year Les Miles exorcised the Nick Saban demons with an upset win in Baton Rouge. This year he proved something that once would have seemed impossible: he’s a better coach than Nick Saban. What other conclusion can you draw from Miles’ 3-2 record against Nick Saban and Alabama? Two consecutive seasons Las Vegas and… Read more »

The Calm Before The Storm: LSU Alabama Preview

by Zach Bingham aka, the guy manning the @theoktc Twitter account. This Saturday will once again solidify why the south dominates the world of college football. LSU – Alabama is no doubt the most anticipated game of the year and with CBS getting their wish of moving this epic battle to primetime, ESPN will sadly… Read more »

The LSU-Alabama Drinking Game

This game is so big that lots of people who don’t ordinarily watch entire games will be watching this game. It’s like college football’s own version of the Super Bowl. So how can you make things better? With alcohol, of course. So we present you with the LSU-Alabama drinking game. 1. Every time Verne Lundquist… Read more »

15 Reasons to Hate LSU or Alabama

15 Reasons to Hate LSU 1. The old stand-by hater line is that LSU fans smell like corndogs. Mention this insult to LSU fans and they become purple with rage. Like Troy Landry when a big alligator gets away. It’s the single greatest fan insult of the 21st century. In Dixieland Delight I traced the etymology of the insult back… Read more »

The LSU-Alabama Drinking Game

This game is so big that lots of people who don’t ordinarily watch entire games will be watching this game. It’s like college football’s own version of the Super Bowl. So how can you make things better? With alcohol, of course. So we present you with the LSU-Alabama drinking game. 1. Every time Verne Lundquist… Read more »

15 Reasons to Hate LSU or Alabama

15 Reasons to Hate LSU 1. The old stand-by hater line is that LSU fans smell like corndogs. Mention this insult to LSU fans and they become purple with rage. Like Troy Landry when a big alligator gets away. It’s the single greatest fan insult of the 21st century. In Dixieland Delight I traced the etymology of the insult back… Read more »

CBS and Tony Barnhart’s Conflict on Missouri to the SEC

Late Thursday night Outkick the Coverage broke the story of pending press releases inadvertently visible on the SEC website that announced the arrival of Missouri as the SEC’s 14th member. One of those releases featured CBS Sports columnist and CBS TV host and analyst Tony Barnhart analyzing the benefits of Missouri as the 14th member of the SEC. Barnhart’s analysis… Read more »

Presnap Read: Breaking Down LSU at Alabama

LSU at Alabama (8 ET/CBS) – College Football Armageddon is upon us. Alabama-LSU has provided us with several memorable games over the past quarter-century. This year, it provides us “The Game.” There are too many storylines here to count. It’s Saban Bowl V. It’s No. 1 vs No. 2. It could, and should, be a… Read more »

Bodog Rolls All the LSU-Bama Prop Bets Out; 75% of public on LSU

Just when you thought the betting line was all you needed to be concerned about, along comes Bodog with some of the most extensive prop bets for a regular season college game I’ve ever seen. Want to bet on individual player yardage? It’s possible. Want to bet on whether individual players will score touchdowns? That’s possible… Read more »

Kevin Durant Plays Intramural Flag Football at Oklahoma State

The NBA lockout is still dragging on and players are doing whatever they can to stay in shape. Including, evidently, playing a little intramural flag football with Oklahoma State’s Sigma Nu team. I know lots of you are a bit hungover — or at least saddened — by Halloween’s passing. So why not watch the… Read more »

Starting 11: Tommy Can’t Get His Helmet off Edition

Happy Halloween. This year y’all killed it with SEC related costumes. If you haven’t already seen the best costumes that we put up on OKTC, you need to click here now. Sarah Palin and Glen Rice, Macho Man and Miss Elizabeth, A.J. McCarron’s chest tattoo, the LSU Honey Badger, Harvey Updyke and a tree, and… Read more »

Les Miles vs. Nick Saban: The Grass Meets the Process

You’re either a Nick Saban guy or a Les Miles guy. As the Grass Bowl inches closer and the biggest regular season game in SEC history nears, it’s become an incontrovertible fact, you’re riding with Les or you’re rolling with Saban. The single most fascinating aspect to this game is the extreme differences beetween the two men helming their respective… Read more »

Colts Fans Travel to Nashville in Andrew Luck Colts Jerseys

There’s a debate right now in the Indianapolis Colts organization about whether or not the team should draft Andrew Luck. Some are worried about angering Peyton Manning — who should, by the way, be NFL MVP this year without playing — if the team drafts his replacement. Others feel that the time is right to… Read more »

Georgia Fans Prep for Yet Another Cocktail Party Loss

For many cigar smoke is a reminder of a wedding consummation amongst groomsmen or some chubby man trolling around the neighborhood with a dog that’s much too small for him, but for me it’s the nosebleed section of Sanford Stadium where my dad and I once had season tickets to UGA games and sat on… Read more »