Tuesday in The Locker Room:
- Coaching legend Jimmy Johnson knows a thing or two about rebuilding teams from his days in Dallas, and he told Crump and JP that he doesn't expect it will take the Falcons long to get out of their current tailspin and regain their perennial postseason form.
- Coach Johnson also offered his take on the controversial play at the conclusion of last night's Panthers win over the Patriots on Monday Night Football.
- Our listeners certainly sided with the Patriots on the perceived pass interference (or at the very least, holding) call last night, with 76% of the texters weighing in that a flag should have been thrown on the play, thus giving Tom Brady and company another shot at the end zone.
- Speaking of controversial endings, Tony Barnhart joined us to talk College Football and while he believes the Georgia coaching staff had to have told the Dawg defenders to knock the ball down one the final play against Auburn on Saturday, that doesn't necessarily mean the players listened to their coaches.