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The SEC: Yesterday and Today 25 | It’s Cupcake Weekend!

Cupcakes! That what we have in store for you Southeastern Conference fans on this twelfth weekend of the 2018 college football season. Next weekend is rivalry weekend, and most of us are chomping at the bit for the lavish feast that will be spread out before us following Thanksgiving. But Saturday! It’s cupcakes. Bird (@Autull)... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 24 | The Long Wait for Alabama-Georgia Begins

Bird (@Autull) finds himself flying solo, again, this week with an entertaining podcast. First, Bird looks back at the de facto playoff games, from last week, involving SEC teams. Georgia, of course, defeated Kentucky and Alabama pummeled LSU in the Southeastern Conference play. This week? It’s not a matter of whether or not the Alabama... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 23 | Mike Detillier, LSU

Mike Detillier (@MikeDetillier ), a Louisiana legend, is Bird’s guest on this week’s podcast. Before Bird (@Autull) and Mike get into their most entertaining and interesting conversation, Bird gives a very brief numeric history of the LSU-Alabama series. Then, YAYHEE!, the two get deep into LSU football with tales of Billy Cannon, Joe Namath, Ed Orgeron,... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 22 | Bird’s Bits (and Pieces)

This week Bird @Autull) runs through a hodge podge of topics from games played last Saturday to games that will be played on November 3rd. And, of course, games scheduled this Saturday, the 27th. Those games to be played Saturday include “The World’s Largest Cocktail Party” in Jacksonville, FL. The Gators and the Bulldogs are... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 21 | Prognostications and Putting Football in Perspective

Bird (@Autull) begins the program by reflecting on Auburn’s disappointing season in the light of the big picture of life and how the sport of college football fits into that perspective. There is a great deal of turmoil down on the Plains. Will the Tigers turn its season around? We’ll know more as the season... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 20 | Halfway Home

We have reached the halfway point of the 2018 college football season and things are really beginning to shape up in the SEC. Alabama and Georgia lead their respective divisions, as expected, and the remainder of the conference is about where it was speculated to be at this juncture. Auburn is out of it. That... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 19 | Stats, Picks, and Stories for Week 6 in the SEC

Bird (@Autull) is by himself, once again this week. He begins the podcast by reviewing the standings in the East and West divisions of the conference and moves from there to the individual leaders in statistics. Then we come to the meat of the show with analysis and predictions of every SEC game to be... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 18 | Bird Breaking Down And Pickin’

Bird (@Autull) begins this week’s show by reminiscing on big games from years past involving this week’s SEC matchups. These include Texas A&M-Arkansas, Ole Miss-LSU, Tennessee-Georgia, and Florida-Mississippi State. He then reviews the standings in both divisions and touches on last week’s games. The podcast concludes with Bird picking all of this Saturday’s games involving... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 17 | Bird Breaks Down the SEC

The Southeastern Conference and all of college football enter its fourth week of play this week and Bird (@Autull) gives us a recap of what has taken place thus far in the SEC, muses on where the season might turn, and picks all of the conference games to be played on Saturday. The biggest games... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 16 | Jordan Campbell, Shoals Sports Talk

Big game on the Plains! The Auburn Tigers host the LSU Tigers Saturday and that is the primary focus on this week’s podcast. Auburn is ranked number seven in the AP poll and LSU is ranked number 12 in that same poll. Jordan Campbell (@CamOnAll) is Bird’s guest this week and they talk, in depth,... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 15 | Mike Griffith, DawgNation

SEC play is now in full swing and Week 2 has some very exciting games on tap for us. This latest podcast is focused, primarily, on the big game between Georgia and South Carolina. The game will be played in Columbia this season. Bird (@Autull), and his guest, Mike Griffith (@MikeGriffith32), of DawgNation, take an... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 14 | Mike Wilson, Pac-12

Bird (@Autull) opens the program with a brief history of games played between the SEC and the Pac-12. Washington and Auburn have never met on the gridiron and the two teams first meeting will take place Saturday, September 1st in Atlanta. That game is the focus of the conversation between Bird and Mike Wilson (@pigskinopinion)... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 13 | Evie Van Pelt, The Rebel Walk

It’s time for some college football. SEC football. Bird’s first guest of the season, Evie Van Pelt (@OleMissEvie), preview the upcoming SEC campaign and pick the pecking order of both the East and West division of the conference. Will Georgia and Auburn repeat? Will Alabama maintain their dominance? Who are the dark horses in 2018?... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 12 | Lyn Scarbrough, Lindy’s Magazine

Part two of the Iron Bowl specials is a dandy! Lyn Scarbrough (@Lindyssportsmag), of Lindy’s Sports, joins Bird (@Autull) for the third time this season and they bring it with some extensive information on this rivalry which is, arguably, the greatest in all of college sports. The two begin by sharing their memories of the... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 11 | Stephen Smith, Touchdown Alabama Magazine

Episode 11 of The SEC: Yesterday and Today is the first in a special two-part podcast on the greatest rivalry in college football, the Iron Bowl. Bird (Autull) begins with the vital statistics on the history of this epic series which stands at 45-35-1 in favor of Alabama. Stephen Smith (Smsmith_TDALMag) then comes on on... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 10 | Michael Gray, Georgia

The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry renews for the 121st time this Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, AL. This is only the fourth time the two teams have met with both teams being ranked in the Top 10. Auburn is number 10 and the Georgia Bulldogs are the number one ranked team in the College... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 9 | Ross Dellenger, The Advocate

Bird (Autull) and Ross (@RossDellenger) begin the conversation with a little chat on baseball before they get down to the nitty gritty of LSU vs. Alabama. Yes, the Houston Astros, a few miles west of Baton Rouge on I-10 West, just defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers to capture the World Series title. The Astros had... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 8 | David Waters, Gators Breakdown

Bird (@Autull) welcomes David Waters (@GatorDave_SEC) to the podcast this week. But before the two begin their conversation Bird gives some pertinent info on the Florida-Georgia series, which will take place, Saturday, for the 95th time. Dave then joins the show and delves into a fascinating and in-depth look at The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail... Continue reading →


The SEC: Yesterday and Today 7 | Mike Loveall, Last Word On Sports

The year 1992 is Bird’s (@Autull) focus in the opening segment of the seventh podcast in The SEC: Yesterday and Today series. He takes a long look at that year, 25 years ago, in college football history. Conference champions, the national Champion, statistical leaders, milestones, and other interesting tidbits are examined and expanded upon in... Continue reading →