I have nothing against Sly. In fact, if he were Bama's coach, I'd prolly love him. I did find it interesting and a little baffling that Sports Illustrated, in their 75 Years of SEC Football issue, named Sly as one of the 4 greatest coaches in the 75-year history of the SEC. Coach Bryant was listed first, followed by Frank Broyles (who never coached Arky in the SEC), Spurrier (for obvious reasons), and Croom (because he is the first black coach in SEC history). Ground-breaking? Absolutely. One of the greatest coaches? Absolutely not.