ESPN's Molly McGrath Said Tennessee Players Told Her Alabama Doesn’t Look Like A Title Team
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During last night's UCLA vs. Stanford game, ESPN's Molly McGrath spilled a little tidbit of motivation for Alabama to absolutely crush Tennessee, if they weren't already going to....
Alabama-Tennessee game


Molly will be part of Saturday's Alabama vs Tennessee broadcast team.

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18 Comments
Sharp chin, would not bang.
Reply30 days
Sideline reporter, who listens to these idiots. "I just talked to Jason Garrett and he said we need to score more points than the other team". blah blah blah
Reply30 days
Is she a secret gump fan?
Reply30 days
When are Tennessee teams going to learn...couple years back when Vandy thought they had a team the players were on TV shouting "We want Bama".....Bama came to Nashville the following week and brought Hell with them slaughtering the doors....Now the Vols do this..?
Reply30 days
km
22
Now the journalists are stirring it up. Just like the national media attempting to stir up race issues amongst Americans. Curb the hate.....turn off the News.
Reply30 days
Tennessee will lose by 30 . Doesn't matter if Alabama is a championship team, they will destroy Tennessee
Reply30 days
km
11
Probably 50 plus.
30 days
Wish UT could pull off the win.
Reply30 days
Well that’ll make me want to watch
Reply30 days
she's a dime.
Reply30 days
Vol players have ZERO right to talk any smack. Focus on how to beat crap teams like Ga State and BYU.
Reply30 days
I came here for pics
Reply30 days
Specifically of her.
30 days
Molly McGrath makes my McNuggets tingly
Reply30 days
Molly McGrath looks like wife material.
Reply30 days
would marry molly mcgrath. Didn't read anything on this page
Reply30 days
This is coming from buttchuggU. Who cares?
Reply30 days
This game is gonna be worse then Cumberland vs Georgia Tech
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