Coaches Hot Seat Prediction and Analysis of 2012 Season: Alabama Crimson Tide and Nick Saban
Alabama Crimson Tide
Head Coach: Nick Saban
Years at Alabama: 5
Hot Seat Position: #120
Overall Coaching Record: 146 – 56 – 1 (.719)
Overall Won/Loss Record at Alabama: 55 – 12 (.821)
Overall Conference Record at Alabama: 32 – 8 (.800)
2011 Alabama Record: Overall: 12 – 1 – SEC: 7 – 1
2012 Alabama Schedule & Coaches Hot Seat Predictions
Sept 1 – Michigan (Dallas) – W
Sept 8 – Western Kentucky- W
Sept 15 – at Arkansas – W
Sept 22 – Florida Atlantic – W
Sept 29 – Mississippi – W
Oct 13 – at Missouri – W
Oct 20 – at Tennessee – W
Oct 27 – Mississippi State – W
Nov 3 – at LSU – L
Nov 10 – Texas A&M – W
Nov 17 – Western Carolina – W
Nov 23 – Auburn – W
Number of Cupcake Teams Played by Alabama in 2012: 3 Cupcakes (Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic, Western Carolina)
Coaches Hot Seat 2012 Alabama Predicted Record: 11 – 1
Coaches Hot Seat Analysis: At the Houston Astros – San Francisco Giants game on Tuesday night at AT&T Park (Final: Giants 6 – Astros 3) in San Francisco we passed out Alabama’s 2012 football schedule to a few dozen Coaches Hot Seat members for their predictions for the Tide this coming season and in an amazing result EVERYONE returned the same exact predictions.
Alabama: 11 – 1 in 2012
Only Bama Loss in 2012: At LSU, 8:00 PM, Saturday night, November 3, 2012…..in Tiger Stadium!
Yes, November 3 at night in Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge with Alabama and LSU facing off after the Debacle in New Orleans this past January should be a GREAT ONE and the latest we hear out of the Bayou is that the LSU players are still very pissed off about Alabama whipping their ass in the Superdome and THEY BELIEVE THERE WILL BE PAYBACK in Tiger Stadium come November.
Oh, that’s going to be a GREAT GAME alright!
After the unanimous predictions for Alabama in 2012, 11 – 1 with the only loss at LSU, we couldn’t resist so someone pulled up LSU’s 2012 schedule on their smartphone and passed it around to get everyone’s prediction for the Tigers up until that Bama game on November 3.
Here is LSU’s 2012 football schedule:
Sept. 1 – North Texas
Sept. 8 – Washington
Sept. 15 – Idaho
Sept. 22 – at Auburn
Sept 29 – Towson
Oct. 6 – at Florida
Oct. 13 – South Carolina
Oct. 20 – at Texas A&M
Nov. 3 – Alabama
Nov. 10 – Mississippi State
Nov. 17 – Ole Miss
Nov. 23 – at Arkansas
(Note the off-week that LSU has before the Alabama game)
On LSU’s Coaches Hot Seat predicted record entering the Alabama game it was that the Tigers would have ONE loss although who LSU will lose to was varied, some said at Auburn, some said at Florida and some said at Texas A&M, but ALL Coaches Hot Seat members predicted that when Alabama and LSU play on Saturday night, November 3, 2012 that the Tide will be undefeated and LSU will have one loss which makes that not only a MUST WIN game for the Tigers it makes it a MUST WIN Game and a PAYBACK Game!
Oh, that’s going to be a GREAT ONE on the night of November 3 in Tiger Stadium between the Tide and the Tigers with more than likely the winner going on to play in the SEC Championship Game and the loser….Well, if Alabama wins again in the Land of the Bogus and Un-American BCS that we all now have to endure they may be set themselves up again to play in the Bogus BCS title game without winning their conference OR division!
Oh, the OUTRAGE will be HUGE if that happens again in 2012!
As for the rest of Alabama’s schedule give the Tide and Saban credit for playing Michigan in the opening game in Dallas at the Jerry-Dome, but those three Cupcake games against…
Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic and Western Carolina
….are a COMPLETE DISGRACE to the University of Alabama football program and is the best argument we have seen yet for the SEC Conference to quit acting like a bunch of Candy Asses living in Candy Ass Country and move to a NINE Game conference schedule already!
In 2012 Alabama plays Tennessee and Missouri from the SEC Eastern Division and just imagine instead of that Damn Embarrassing game against I-AA Western Carolina that the Tide played instead one of the following other teams in the SEC East:
Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Vanderbilt or Kentucky!
Please, only a Complete Candy Ass would choose playing a I-AA Western Carolina team over playing another SEC Game, but now when you are living in Candy Ass Country (The SEC Conference area) then maybe playing I-AA Western Carolina makes sense because if you have…
…and you scared to death to take on the challenges of life then maybe that I-AA Western Carolina game at a place like Alabama where Paul Bryant, Frank Thomas and Wallace Wade coached who had a combined record at Alabama of….
Paul “Bear” Bryant – 233 – 45 – 9
Frank Thomas – 115 – 24 – 7
Wallace Wade – 61 – 13 – 3
Combined Coaching Records at Alabama: 287 – 82 – 19
…makes at least some sense……NOT!
I-AA Western Carolina on the Alabama schedule and for that matter any I-AA team on the schedule of any I-A school is a….
And Very Damn Un-American!
Here’s a Thought: If the Head Coaches and Athletic Directors in the SEC Conference (well, at least Nick Saban came out for a NINE Game SEC Conference Schedule) are such Big Candy Asses that are afraid to play a NINE Game SEC Conference Schedule then how about scheduling out-of-conference games with…
Legitimate Football Teams!
Meanwhile getting off that SEC Conference is Candy Ass Country rant which is the TRUTH, Alabama looks to be set-up for another run in 2012 and if their defense can improve throughout the season then they have a chance….a good chance in fact….to beat LSU in Baton Rouge on the night of November 3 and if Les Miles loses to Alabama again…this time in Tiger Stadium…then one better keep Les away from sharp items after that game because that will be one ugly night which means if it looks like the Tide is going to win the game the Bama fans might want to head for the gates and their cars early because the LSU fans will be PISSED-OFF!