Kansas City Chiefs QB Brodie Croyle joined the Dan Patrick Show on Friday talking Chiefs, Alabama and stadium experience.
We've often heard -- and for many of us, experienced -- that Arrowhead Stadium is the closest thing you'll get to a college atmosphere. The tailgating, drinking, being so close to the field and the overall experience reminds you of a Saturday rather than a Sunday.
Here's what Croyle said when asked to compare a Chiefs home game and an Alabama home game.
Very similar. I think, as far as NFL goes, Kansas City is as close as you can get to a college atmosphere, especially the Monday night game to open the season. It was really rocking there. But, being an Alabama guy, growing up here, always being a fan, it's hard to beat the Bryant-Denny experience.
I think that's fair. He's from Alabama, grew up in Alabama and went to Alabama so I can see how he'd say that.
As for other SEC schools, we find out that Croyle and Chiefs rookie Eric Berry could have a rivalry brewing.
With the bad blood between Alabama and Tennessee, if I had gone to Tennessee, I wouldn't be welcomed back in the state.