Saturday, December 12, 2009

Ingram wins the Heisman Trophy . . .

UPDATE 9 p.m.:

Now, hit the tip jar, so I can go to Pasadena!

UPDATE 9:25 p.m.: CNN: "Ingram is the first Alabama player to win the Heisman." When the mighty Crimson Tide defense makes Colt McCoy cry the tears of unfathomable sadness, I want to be there to see it in person. Hit the tip jar!

PREVIOUSLY (6:50 p.m.): The ceremony starts at 8:50 ET. If Mark Ingram doesn't win -- especially if he's cheated out of the award by one of the two white quarterbacks from inferior schools -- I will personally contact Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the NAACP to demand that they protest this blatant racial injustice.


UPDATE 10:23 (Smitty): More detail at No Sheeples Here.

UPDATE 10/13 (RSM): TrogloPundit:
Rumors that Ingram's victory -- the narrowest ever in Heisman history -- was fueled in part by fear of the race card continue to swirl.
Rumors be damned. Ingram's superiority was so obvious, even a cheesehead troglodyte should recognize it. Ingram earned this trophy, helping lead Alabama to an undefeated season in the nation's toughest football conference. Via Ben Boles at, here's video of No. 22 interviewed last month after the Mississippi State game:

What's next for the undefeated Crimson Tide?
I understand that the folks in Pasadena, Calif., have scheduled Alabama for a Jan. 7 exhibition game against some second-rate team before officially presenting the championship trophy to the Tide.
That's just 25 days from now, which means there's about a week left before I need to book my flight to Pasadena. Hit the tip jar. Roll Tide!


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  3. Hey, Stacy - he's crying!

  4. Only one winner from the 1960s in attendance. Where's O.J. Simpson?

  5. Everyone needs to convince Stacy to take me with him to the BCS National Championship game in Pasadena.

  6. Ingram was obviously second best to Stanford running back Toby Gerhart who gained more yards and scored more touchdowns then the Alabama running back. An example of anti-West Coast bias?

  7. Hey, Carol wants a ride to Pasadena!

    P.S. Last night, The Hubs and I surmised yet another connection in the Six Degrees of Stacy McCain.

  8. Stacy: you either take Carol to Pasadena with you or I tell everybody exactly how you got that debilitating fear of goats.

  9. Adult supervision for this trip is a must- Carol needs to be your chaperone so that nothing happens to the Fealess Leader of the blogsphere's VRWC continues in his quest for world domination!!!!