Four games into the season Sims threw for an impressive 445 yards at home against the Florida Gators. It was the second best single game performance in school history behind Scott Hunter’s 484 total yards in 1969.During his 14 starts, Sims passed for 3,487 yards, 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.Other Crimson Tide players appearing in the game are: Jalston Fowler, Arie Kouandjio and Austin Shepherd.It was 50 years ago this month that both schools had their leading men in the game when Joe “Broadway Joe” Namath of Alabama and Auburn quarterback Jimmy Sidle represented the South in front of a sellout crowd.”It’s hard to believe 50 years have passed since Alabama and Auburn had quarterbacks in the Senior Bowl at the same time with Joe Namath and Jimmy Sidle,” said Reese’s Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage. “I think the fans will really enjoy watching Blake Sims and Nick Marshall make the transition to professional football under the direction of the Jacksonville Jaguars coaching staff.”Both have been exciting and productive players for their respective schools and it will be interesting to see how their skill sets translate to an NFL type of offense this week.”.
Having a bullish approach to the whole thing, you really have to be tough minded, quarterback Russell Wilson said. Want a tough environment, we look forward to those types of situations and I hoping it coming down, I hoping it snowing. I hoping it kind of a downpour of snow.
Don think other teams would be dumb enough to put it in writing, Trotter said of the bounty system. Definitely believe they are trying to make an example of them. NFL already is facing class action lawsuits from former players of various teams who claimed that league play led to concussions, head trauma and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a dementia like brain disease..
But look at where two recent QBs at Purdue, Austin Appleby and Danny Etling, are at now. Appleby will start for Florida at Tennessee. Etling gets the start for LSU at Auburn. “Obviously all these medical interventions are important and very necessary when you actually need them, said. If you don’t actually need them, they can actually expose you to a lot of harm. There are a lot of complications that can arise out of these.
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) After four days of testimony, a Greenville County jury spent much of Thursday night and Friday morning deliberating the fate of Clarence Jenkins Jr., who was accused of killing and dismembering a woman four years ago.Jenkins and his wife, Carman, were accused of killing Mekole Harris in April 2008 and then cutting off her hands and feet and leaving them on two doorsteps in Greenville County to send a message to their former roommate, Grace Davis.In March, Carman Jenkins pleaded guilty to killing Harris and was sentenced to 50 years in prison.Clarence Jenkins, who was found guilty of murder and kidnapping in connection with Harris death, was sentenced to life in prison by the judge presiding over the case.On Thursday, prosecutors called state and local investigators, as well as experts to the stand, who testified about evidence found in the Jenkins home. By Thursday evening, the case was given to the jury.On Wednesday, Carman Jenkins testified against her husband, describing how they killed Harris and what they did with her body.Carman Jenkins said that her husband pretended to be a police officer, convincing Harris that he would keep her out of jail if she helped them. She said they tied Harris up, and then made her call Davis family to extort $10,000 from them.Harris was tied up for about a day before the couple killed her, Carman Jenkins testified.