Alabama Sorority Sister: ‘Got No N****s!’

Albert Lin, DiversityInc, August 26, 2014

A University of Alabama student has been kicked out of her sorority for posting a photo captioned with a racial slur.

The student, a member of Chi Omega sorority, sent a Snapchat message with a shot of three white women and the caption: “Chi O got NO n****s!!!!!” Although Snapchat messages are deleted after a few seconds, several people grabbed screenshots of the photo and circulated it online.


The statement appeared to suggest that no Black women were extended bids to Chi Omega, when in fact two accepted bids. Overall, more than 2,000 women pledged sororities during Alabama’s recent bid day, with 190 of those new pledges coming from underrepresented groups (9.5 percent), including 21 Blacks (1.1 percent).


Chi Omega is one of four sororities cited by the student-run The Crimson White newspaper in a piece last September detailing the failures of the school’s fraternities and sororities to welcome Blacks. {snip}

The national Chi Omega organization issued a statement in which it said the student had been expelled from the Alabama chapter:

Chi Omega is aware of the image that has been circulating via social media and we have been in communication with The University of Alabama administration. What was expressed is absolutely reprehensible and completely inconsistent with Chi Omega’s values and policies. Chi Omega took swift disciplinary action in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures. The woman who took the photo is no longer a member of the chapter.


University of Alabama President Judy Bonner issued the following statement, suggesting that the student will face additional university punishment:

As many of you already know, one of our students posted a photo on Snapchat on Saturday afternoon that included particularly offensive racial language. I immediately asked the Office of Student Conduct to conduct a full investigation and was assured by the national Chi Omega headquarters that they had already begun an investigation of their own. There will be appropriate University consequences once our investigation is completed. These consequences will be in addition to any sanctions Chi Omega’s national officers decide to impose.

We are all extremely disappointed when any student uses language that is disrespectful or offensive to any segment of the UA community. We are especially sad that this incident occurred on a day that was an exciting and happy one for the young women who participated in fall recruitment.

Behavior, actions and choices that disparage other students are particularly reprehensible and do not represent the values or meet the expectations of our University community. UA and the members of our Panhellenic sororities took great strides forward on bid day by pledging a diverse group of young women that included 21 African American members. {snip}


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  • Roninf9

    Dumb kid thought we had freedom of speech in the USA. At least she learned something in college.

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Considering the crap that they serve up in the liberal arts colleges, she should just flip them off and save some pricy tuition $$$.

  • Alexandra1973

    I fail to see what was offensive about it.

    • “In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”–George Orwell

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Really! She was expressing an opinion. Even if you don’t agree with her, it’s still her opinion.

    • Garrett Brown

      The oh so evil “N word”!

  • redpill99

    reminds me of Donald Sterling. This was a private conversation.

  • MekongDelta69

    Who cares what that cool chick said?

    What never stops bothering me is the endless groveling (of the kind you read above) every time some “oppressed group of the month club” is ‘offended.’

    • kikz2

      see, uh dey wuz mikro-agrezzed…

  • shatwood

    No sparkling wiggles in that sorority 😉

  • TruthBeTold

    I bring this up all the time with these stories.

    This age group has been taught from birth that ‘racism’ is wrong and yet they still trip up.

    I believe this age group has been getting the message but I also believe they’re more aware than they say in polls.

    • UncleSham

      I am in this age group. I know that my parents are ‘racist’, yet they raised me to be anti-racist. This is very common. Its as if the older generation is ashamed of their own beliefs. My generation seems to be split upon the idea of race, but none of us are ashamed of what we believe.

      • AmericanCitizen

        We’re not ashamed, but the media will tell you we are, either that or we’re all secret Klan members in our spare time.

        • UncleSham

          I am not going off what I have heard from the media. I am expressing exactly what I was told by my parents, aunts, uncles, and friends’ parents. Most of them are racist, yet they think racism is wrong. They consider their racist feelings to be a personal flaw. However, more of them are owning up to their beliefs due to the blatant anti-white sentiment in the media.

          • AmericanCitizen

            Think for yourself for a minute. Are all your older relatives flawed evil individuals, or are they realists? It’s looking like the late 1950’s through the 1960’s will be considered the high point of American Civilization and culture, ending when we put a man on the moon (at the same time blacks, having nothing to do with mankinds greatest achievement, were protesting the money spent on space exploration).

            During those times, “racist” feelings were normal and America was great. Do you think it’s a coincidence that as blacks spread and became entitled with bad attitudes, our cities crumbled, whites left in droves, and now the third world can be found right here in Detroit, Camden, Baltimore, Chicago, St Louis, New Orleans, Philadelphia and a host of other ruined inner cities.

          • UncleSham

            Are you trying to convert me to race realism? because I’m already there. Why do you think I come to this site? I am aware of all the facts you have laid out.

            I made a comment about my experience with the older people I know and you took it personally and decided to be a condescending dick.

          • Katherine McChesney

            YOU have a filthy mouth.

          • LACountyRedneck

            I don’t his intent was to be condescending. We’re fighting for the same cause here. Been enjoying your comments.

        • Alexandra1973

          Funny, I don’t have a single white sheet in my apartment. Well, my son has white ones but they have a maroon, gold, and blue pattern on them….

      • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

        If your parents are in their 40s, then they were also taught from birth that “racism” is wrong. They came by their “racism” the same way you did – by experience with non-Whites.
        I saw a poll of young people that showed they were fully onboard with the homosexual agenda, but also believed that the problems of blacks were caused by their own lack of motivation (read: laziness) rather than White “racism.”

        • Nancy

          Absolutely. My husband and I have three kids, ranging in age from 8 to 17, and we were raised to believe “race” was no more important than hair or eye color.

          As a kid, I pretty much believed what I was taught…until we moved to Atlanta. Watching neighborhood after neighborhood, and school after school, fall to the Black Undertow will change a person’s mind real quick.

          • cherrie greenbaum123

            There really is nothing like experience. Just a few blacks are enough to bring down the “tone” of a neighborhood. Seems like just about everyone has the experience of IKAGO. Trouble is, they always have lots of friends/relatives who end up moving in right behind them. No matter how nice your neighborhood is, it will be destroyed. It’s like dropping a turd into a punchbowl. The lower middle class neighborhoods are the first to fall. The inner ring suburbs can only survive if there is a strong, economic powerhouse city as its center. With the off-shoring of jobs, very few cities are financially stable enough to absorb a black undertow.

          • SoulInvictus

            Atlanta and Birmingham, the Ivy League of southern open air educational institutions of racial realism. Living in either typical drills a PhD of reality into your brain in short order. That or lead flying from College Park.

        • shawnmer

          I’m 45 and in my experience in the South, we were about the last generation with truly clear eyes on race. The Gestapo like crackdown started later than that initial post-segregation generation that I went through early grade school with.

          • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

            I just turned 47 a week ago but I grew up in left coast public schools, so the Stalinists got to me early.

          • tancred guiscard

            Being 20 years younger, I can tell you the pc curriculum remains the same. Luckily, i spent my summers in rural Arkansas with my grandparents. I can’t begin to describe how much i learned there, most importantly work ethic.

          • Alexandra1973

            41 here and born and raised in the Detroit area. They were indoctrinating us when I was in elementary school.

        • john boggs

          I’m 45, born and raised in inner-city Philly. I don’t remember a time that I was not “racist”. EVERYONE in my neighborhood was “racist”. EVERYONE in my family was “racist”. Everyone that I love and respect is “racist”. My “racist” grandfathers stormed the Beaches of Normandy, worked their asses off and took care of their families. No school teacher or talking head on the evening news was going to convince me that my feelings were immoral. After marrying a beautiful blonde and having 4 gorgeous white children, my “racist” beliefs have only gotten stronger.

      • TruthBeTold

        A few years back, I worked with a staff of collage aged boys. They used to make ‘racist’ comments on the side about blacks all the time. If they were confronted by blacks who heard these remarks the company would have been hit with lawsuits because what they said and how they said it are now considered ‘racist’.

        When I politely pointed this out to them that what they were saying was considered ‘racist’, they would always say to me, ‘it’s not racist if it’s true’.

        There’s a disconnect here.

        Many young kids, because of their own experience, and subsequent comments based on their experience with blacks would be considered ‘racists’ but they don’t see it that way. They think ‘the truth is the truth and the truth can’t be racist’.

        But that’s not the current ethos. Stating a racial statistic is now considered ‘racist’ but they don’t seem to grasp this concept.

        I guess what I’m trying to say is that while young kids have been taught that ‘racism’ is wrong still see things as they are.

        They may state in polls that they aren’t racist (because they don’t believe they are) but they do have racial awareness.

        Where they slip up is believing that stating an obvious fact about blacks can’t be considered racist because it’s a fact. They don’t understand the game which is why this sorority girl tripped up.

        I’ll be she honestly doesn’t consider herself a racist but she also clearly don’t understand the rules of the game.

        • UncleSham

          “Many young kids, because of their own experience, and subsequent comments based on their experience with blacks would be considered ‘racists’ but they don’t see it that way. They think ‘the truth is the truth and the truth can’t be racist’.”

          That is what I and everyone I knew thought until we hit our twenties. We were not aware of political correctness. We made racist jokes just about everyday, but would never have considered ourselves racist. We all thought that a racist was someone with a backwoods West Virginia accent that lynched Blacks as a hobby.

          • TruthBeTold

            It was my experience too.

            I wasn’t taught racism at home. My parents never made racist comments. When busing started, they comment my mother made was ‘they want to bus kids to different schools’. There was no mention of blacks or doing this for racial reasons.

            But as I entered the real world on my own, I saw that we gave blacks everything they asked for (maybe with some reluctance at first) but it was never enough. The program they asked for didn’t work as they said it would and then they asked for more or something else.

            After awhile, I saw through their endless excuses for failure. No ‘racist’ taught me anything. Their own failure was obvious.

            There’s a new theory they’re betting on; that old racist white people are dying off and immigration will turn the US into a non-majority white country. When that happens, the theory tells us, racism will be gone and black achievement will be on par with whites.

            But the theory is wrong. Racial awareness isn’t taught. It’s learned through experience.

            Young kids are seeing the same behavior in blacks everyone has seen for generations.

            ‘Racism’ isn’t going to go away. It’s just going to evolve in different directions and more theories of black failure will be proposed.

            White kids today don’t believe they’re racists but what they don’t understand is that they’re considered guilty by virtue of their skin.

            The girl in this story learned that lesson.

            Unfortunately for us, kids have to learn this through their own experience so the learning curve is slow and we don’t have the luxury of time to reach all of them before the demographic shift.

            But some do see it.

            A few years back, black in Buffalo were complaining that they were failing the firefighters exam.

            I high school boy sent a letter to the editor that could have appeared in AR. He couldn’t understand how blacks were all getting the same instruction but failing. He noted that he earned his grades by studying.

            Young kids see it. The question is will enough see how they’re being played and become openly aware and take action?

      • john boggs

        I’m 45 with four young children. My wife and I are staunch racialist. We proudly raise our children to be racially aware. To do otherwise should be considered child abuse. I noticed that my racially aware friends (which is all of my friends) tiptoe around the subject in front of their children. It drives me nuts. How can a parent not arm his child with all of the tools necessary to keep himself safe? I have to agree with Sham that they are influenced by the guilt trip that has been forced down our throats since the day we were born. Another good reason to throw your T.V. in the trash.

  • phorning

    “We are all extremely disappointed when any student uses language that is
    disrespectful or offensive to any segment of the UA community.”

    Alabama students should test the limits of tolerance. I am certain not all groups would be equally protected from insults on social media by the University.

  • El_Baga_Doucha_Libtard

    Roll Tide …

    I live in Tuscaloosa and this was a big deal the day after she sent that Snapchat. It’s good that the Greeks at UA are race realists (almost uniformly so), but I was surprised that one girl I know (a Kappa who is also a race realist) took Chi-O’s and the university’s side on this matter.

    President Boner is a disgrace to UA (her brother was a GOP Congressman, by the way).

  • obot

    Only ni66as can say ni66a

    • Pro_Whitey

      I say ni99a, ni99a, and I white!

  • MoMo

    Having not only been graduated from the University but a Greek as well I was, and am, somewhat perplexed by the current political correctness rampant within my University. At the time of my attendance the football team was entirely white (now it is ninety per cent African-American) so apparently there are more African – Americans on campus than during my “Jim Crow” era.

    Back then, it was my understanding that joining a “club” was by invitation only? That was the whole point of “Sorority Rush”. If that is still the case, then it follows that a “club” can recruit anyone it wants and likewise, it should have the right to explain why it chose, or not to choose, any person it desires as well. After all, these girls as well as all other club girls have but one goal in life and that is to marry a KA, And trust me, even now, it would be highly unlikely that a KA would want to be a part of a Greek swap involving a club with a group of well …… you know!


    • MBlanc46

      Jeez, are you ever living in the past.

      • I imagine that’s much more enjoyable than living in the present these days.

        • MBlanc46

          Oh yes. And the future will be even worse.

    • SoulInvictus

      “somewhat perplexed by the current political correctness rampant within my University.”

      ^The only part of your post I disagree with.
      When they’re removing flags from Lee’s tomb, why would anyone be surprised by any of the antics…

  • D.B. Cooper

    NOTHING said about this headline:
    “Tau Rho becomes first African American sorority chartered at USI”
    NOTHING said about the lack of white girls. You white sorority girls need to start pushing back.

    • MBlanc46

      Maybe they count the mulattas as half white.

      • Nonhumans

        if they’ll count Zimmerman as white, they will definitely count the halfling’s as white.

        • SoulInvictus

          No insulting hobbits.

    • DLRisVH

      Where’s the diversity?

    • Extropico

      Express African sororities should be illegal unless it is ok for YT. There is a lawsuit right there.

    • LHathaway

      You can bet at the Tau Rho they pledge allegiance each day to blackness. White students will be pledging to increased diversity.

    • Xerxes22

      It looks like they all had to pass the paper bag test.

      • SoulInvictus

        Shhh, we’re not supposed to know about that.

  • AmericanCitizen

    Maybe this girl can begin to realize at this young age that her race is considered a problem by the liberal progressives who run higher education. One can only hope that her eyes were opened, and she can see that tolerance and diversity only matter when it’s a white bending over backwards to avoid offending a minority.

  • dave

    If a black sorority captioned a photo saying “no more Honkies” it would be called black pride,not racism. The double standard is sickening. The war on whites is too obvious.

    • lionel1130

      Do you have any examples of African American Greek organizations excluding whites?

      • The Worlds Scapegoat

        Most whites willingly exclude themselves from any black organizations.


  • ejXinMI

    It’s more of a surprise that the message came from females… young females. In my experience, young, white, American females are easily persuaded to adopt a liberal outlook. Especially with regard to blacks “They can do no wrong” is modus operandi.
    This event hints that “familiarity breeds contempt” is not just a saying. Good!

    • Long Live Dixie

      Nothing surprising here at all. Lots of Southern women don’t like blacks.

    • NoName

      You obviously haven’t spent too much time in the South.

    • Garrett Brown

      Huge differences in different geographical areas.

  • Basketeddie

    Oh the humanity!

  • Sororities work on the basis of friendships, created by the right of free association to invite in those you might want as a friend. Most white girls don’t want or need a negro friend.

    We know from yesterday’s Amren post that most whites have no black friends. The girls have a right under natural law to pick whomever they want as a sister. That’s sister, not sistah.

    • MBlanc46

      Near the University of Chicago campus, there’s the national headquarters of a black sorority (some combination of Greek letters, but I don’t recall which ones). I wonder how many white members it has.

      • lionel1130

        Alpha Kappa Alpha and they have white members

    • cherrie greenbaum123

      Plus we liked to know that our jewelry and cash was safe in our dorm rooms when we were out on dates.

  • a lessoned learned freedom of speech is an illution, so is the american dream, as well as most things in the constution, at one time it was real. but that change many many decades ago

    • bilderbuster

      It’s better they find that out now rather than later.

  • dd121

    Why couldn’t I have met girls like these when I was in college?

  • Magician

    Whenever I saw photos of sororities they rarely, if ever, do anything productive or useful anyways

    Nothing more than one of their 100 chances (or excuses) to get together and get drunk

    There is nothing they can’t do without the sorority membership

  • shawnmer

    Expulsion only? What, no public stoning or the cat of 9 tails?? No “R” branded on her cheek??

    Internet searches are becoming ubiquitous in hiring for any jobs of consequence, that young lady’s career is very possibly ruined. Of course, black students can post hateful dreck on any number of Afrocentric sites, and if any one of them were denied employment later on for some nutty anti-white message, it would be the EMPLOYER who would be called out for “racism! “

    • SoulInvictus

      Depends, one of us may end up doing the hiring she applies for. Then it discretely becomes an advantage, as it should.

  • Andrew Wiser

    If a black student did the same thing for a black fraternity/sorority there would be no punishment whatsoever.

  • MBlanc46

    I wonder how many black Greeks at Alabama use that expression and post it on social media sites. How many have been expelled for it.


      Well, it says that there are 21 “black Greeks” in the sorority. So I would say it’s safe to assume that 21 “black Greeks” in the sorority have used, and posted that word on some form of social media. I would also say that it’s beyond safe to assume that ZERO have been expelled from the sorority for it!

      Silly Wabbit, wules are for Whitey!

  • IKUredux

    Frankly, this is the “feel good” article of the day. To think that a woman that young, being brainwashed her entire life, still said what she did!!!! S.P.O.O.C. lives. Write it everywhere.


      “a woman that young, being brainwashed her entire life, still said what she did!!!!” – And to do it while she’s right in the middle of the brain washing phase when it’s all kicked into hyper-speed known as College! Gees, I say someone needs to give this girl a medal, she’s most certainly earned it!

    • WR_the_realist

      I would rate this as a “feel good” article if I didn’t know that the university now intends to destroy that young woman’s life.

    • SoulInvictus

      I’ve said it before, pretty girls from affluent families are by nature discriminatory and have clear vision of inferiors. The ones that are highly publicized hanging on the arms of the dregs, huge exception to the rule. Maybe not in brainwash central locales like CA and NY, but probably even there quietly.

  • bilderbuster

    I wasn’t offended in the least.
    Just the opposite.
    I’m quite proud of those young ladies and think they set a fine example for the entire student body.

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    Blacks never would have considered pledging a white sorority back in the day. Blacks had their own sororities. Part of the fun back then was being able to choose who you wanted to associate with – something not you’re not allowed to do anymore.

    • Duke56

      Oh, you absolutely have the right to choose… provided you aren’t white.


        “Tru dat, na-imeen?” – Says Devonariousus Jackson

  • italian guy

    To be fair, you have to be very naive to post a racial slur online when everyone know it’s you, you can’t expect people to say “oh okay, freedom of speech”… we live in an Orwellian world, better be careful.

    • LACountyRedneck

      True, but is “Nigga” a racial slur?


        Only if you’re White!

      • italian guy

        No idea, but if the main stream media narrative dictate it as at least “controversial” then you are going to shot yourself in the foot by saying it while being White.
        It’s annoying, but since you are not going to be treated fairly from the beginning, better be smarter than that.

  • LACountyRedneck

    Anyone know if she has a shot at a successful lawsuit? Is what she did illegal per campus policy? Might sound silly to some but if it’s not stated anywhere that they can’t do what they did, the university may have overstepped. If her attorney can prove that blacks often use the term on campus does she have a shot?

  • authorizedversion .

    They seem like a nice group of girls.

  • JustJeff


    • The “news” media had to take a break from telling us about Britney Spears’ latest psychotic episode, Charlie Sheen’s drug relapse and Angelina Jolie’s new tattoo. Not even they can stomach that celebrity drivel all the time.

  • Reverend Bacon

    If she already knew that she didn’t want any {epithet deleted}, she’s way ahead of where I was in college.

    • Sloppo

      I have to admit that I was pretty ignorant in that way at that age too. I knew it probably wouldn’t go over well if I ever showed up at a family reunion with a black girl, but I didn’t understand why it would have actually been wrong because it was something we never talked about. I will not let my children be ignorant about that subject.

  • Mrfinoni

    There is no problem with Whites socializing at work with Blacks. however when the Black sisters insist that the White sisters invite the Black frats the sh-t will hit the fan. There will be a litany of rapes, sexual assaults, pregnancies, abortions, murders, addictions, baby mamas with the bi-racial progeny etc etc…etc… The end of Greek life as we know it! What a tragedy!.. A real Greek tragedy.

  • Paleoconn

    The fact that one of our young ‘uns would even say something like this…well, hope springs eternal.

  • Sloppo

    Well … that’s one young lady who is probably never going to become a mud shark.

  • Garrett Brown

    I’d be a proud man if that was my daughter.

  • Bill Moore

    Hello Russ,

    No, she is not. She is an African, they’re stupid, ugly, and they stink.

    Bill Moore

    • B.A_2014

      I agree. Why lust over the beasts sow or any other non white for that matter. I don’t find any any non white group attractive. I’m not saying there aren’t attractive non whites but very few. There are alot of asian women on my bus on the way to work. They are very weird looking people if you ask me( ms derb the exception of course). Forgive me but the only girls I lust over are young thin pretty blondes!

      • Alexandra1973

        I find some Asians rather attractive but I much prefer White.


        • SoulInvictus

          Everybody turns out a beauty and a brainiac at times.
          Don’t see why people get these rabid hangups and paint with a broad brush all the time.
          If someone is attractive, or smart, I don’t see the problem with giving credit where it’s due, just doesn’t mean I’d date them.

        • redpill99

          by Asian do you mean indian muslim or oriental? and asian men or asian women?

          if u watch kpop kdrama vids on youtube some of them r pretty good looking

        • B.A_2014

          There are a handful of physically pleasant people in every race. We europeans been the exception. Just walk down the street of any european city and see all the beautiful white women and then look at the few minorities that are unfortunately here and compare. Not only the quality but the quantity.

  • Lee_CPA

    Just another example of the hypersensitive, politically correct world we live in where whites are expected to tiptoe through the minefield for fear of “offending” blacks. These young ladies better get used to it now, just wait until you get out in corporate America, where a slip of the tongue may be cause for termination.

  • model1911

    She should have said “No moon-crickets” Most wouldn’t have had a clue.

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    So goes America.

  • Annabelle Pettyjohn

    This young woman will be destroyed. The sorority will have an outreach for more blacks and will eventually become a black sorority; the school will hire more black teachers; on and on and on. Yet in America a young black who robbed a store, attacked a policeman was given a Martyr’s burial by the US government while a young white was killed by a black policeman and it didn’t even make national news…… The case was not even discussed.

  • Demo P. Seal; PouponMarks

    In this age, you get what you what by street mob action. That’s true for Mudslums, Negroes, Hispanderics, etc. It’s called intimidation. And Whites potentially could easily be the most effective using this tactic. That’s because they still are the majority, and of course, where the most wealth is created and resides.

    If Whites occupy the President’s Office, hold rally’s and speeches, they could easily administer the antidote to this poison and stupid scat.

  • Guest

    And how anyone of you can feel any loyalty whatsoever to the regime in Washington or possess any belief in the “system”, well, you are truly deluded. The u.s. government (and I am not just talking about that great boogey man, Obama) is actively hostile to European-Americans. All this is the logical outcome of the Enlightenment, the very foundation of the U.S. We would be far better off if the 1/3 of americans that fought for the plutocracy and their depraved equalitarian ideals would have soundly defeated and said plutocrats hungl

  • Havin Nunavit

    I really like this site. There are loads of well thought out opinions
    and intelligent posts. I get angry from time to time and post some
    things that probably make people think I am a racist but really, I am
    only pro-white. I avoid those of other races like I would the plague. It
    makes life so much easier. Even when whites are mad they’re generally
    civilized. The other races, not so much and trust me, I have extensive
    experience with them. I’m openly hostile when they invade my space which is rare as noted above.

  • Cid Campeador

    It’s a symptom of the growing frustration and anger of White Americans. Our kids are tired of being guilted and told that they’re evil because of their White Privilege and Endemic racism.

  • Jim

    Maybe they were being cruel…or maybe they were being defiant to the PC forces that reign supreme in America’s universities. God bless them for their courageous rebel attitude.

  • blanjm5

    The young lady is always welcome at chimpout[dot]com

  • Garrett Brown

    Specifically referring to the racially conscious comment, nothing else.

  • mike smith

    Too bad she couldn’t say the sorority was Jew free as well!

  • MoMo

    If this wasn’t bad enough now there is another, far more important, sinister, and intrusive debate going on within the ranks of the wealthy alumnae. Make no mistake, the ladies in Alabama know football far better than does the average bear and I’m quite sure that the sole issue which will be discussed during bridge at the country clubs this week, whether at Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, or Mobile, is whether a fifth year black senior quarterback is capable of carrying the team all the way; or, should a recent white transfer from Florida State be getting the anointing?

    On Saturday, against West Virginia, it was hard to find a white player anywhere on the field, yet the expert sociologists continue to tell us there are no differences between the races? Having competed academically, athletically, and professionally with my African – American counterparts, in my opinion (and, I dare say the opinion of 99 per cent of the good people here), there are differences, patently obvious differences between whites and blacks!

    Nick Saben will make the correct decision since there is one, and only one thing, that is important to the people who sit in the box seats…. and he knows it!