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  2. So what you all are saying is that I am going to have to keep hitting the refresh button here at work all day? No problem!
  3. i say yes period. i would feel the same if he was a lefty. what say yee?
  4. I know I am probably a minority here, unless you hear me out, but here goes. I was not a huge fan of the hire but I supported Harsin even through the off season accusations all the way up to about halfway through the past season. I just had to wake up and see him for what he was and that is just a bad coach. I knew he was starting with both hands tied behind his back thanks to terrible recruiting of Gus & Co. But at some point it was just evident he was out of his league and I didnt even know about the recruiting, attitude issues cause I had stepped away from here and other news sites. But I think the real issue is Allen Greene. I mean, you hired a dude based on a conversation in a Hot Tub at a conference??? We should have known it right then but we were just hoping for something great to get us out of mediocrity. I've heard this in church for years and its true in life. Change just for the sake of change is not good. Making a coaching hire that is "out of the box" usually is not a good idea either. I place the majority of the blame on Allen Greene personally. Harsin being a close 2nd.
  5. Looks like it could be a good day not only for Auburn football, but for Auburn basketball as well. Assume this is for Jayden Lewis who most expect to commit today. 5* PG Tahaad Pettiford is announcing this afternoon at 3pm and AU looks like they are in a good position to land him and 4* PG Labaron Philon announces Friday so both Freeze and Bruce could have a really good week 😬
  6. it started with the hippies. i remember those four kids in ohio and so many people talked more about them have lice or the crabs. my memory is fuzzy but it happened for a fact.
  7. Won't be a lot of names but should be a good day for us nonetheless.
  8. i am all for it. i am not above bribing either lol
  9. i agree on texas A&M but i also have some faith that jimbo will mess them up like he did FSU. i have heard there are problems in the locker room and reports of players smoking that evil green lettuce which makes me assume they are already going downhill.
  10. when i say improve i mean tank i feel was held back some from line play? this is why i mention the better part. but i have heard that our kid signing on signing day is a monster and he looks good on tape.
  11. I think Tank was the best back on the team. He would be the best back on this year's team too. He had YAC, the ability to turn nothing into something, could catch, and had a good attitude. He will be a pro. Not sure about the others. But as stated, we may appear to be collectively better this year just because the LOS may improve.
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  13. No idea if overall we'll have a stronger RB group than last year....but speaking about Tank specifically, hard to imagine any group of RB's improves because of his absence.
  14. i saw a couple of the new generation address being lazy on reddit. they basically said they do not like working for less than a livable wage when the upperclass is sucking the value out of too many jobs for their own enrichment. i tend to believe this as well. we have some that do it right but not many.
  15. so guys what can we do to raise the IQ of our pols and make sure we are putting people in office that actually want to help the country? i am talking on the fed level here. one is if you lie to get your position like the latest idiot this first one is very important. in the fed civilian work force you can be terminated immediately for lying on your job application. this was installed for a reason and politicians get off scott free. i mean this crap of electing some dummy like herschel is demeaning and dumbs down the government. if you have any kind of criminal record like domestic abuse or other violent crimes you should not be allowed to run for office. i mean do we want thieves and liars handling the work of the government? theft should be a disqualifier. swhy elect someone to the gov that steals? i think anyone that runs for office should be able to pass a basic test on the constitution and governing in general instead of just jumping in their and turning the gov into a side show or being so incompetent they disrupt our governing body. we should always have our best and brightest in office. always. what yall got?
  16. military law is way different. once you sign you have less rights than a normal citizen. in fact in the military a lot of your upper ranked guys would often say "there is no doubt in my military mind" and they were not being funny. i think the punishment on a lot of these depends on how sensitive the docs are. i am sure jj and gao understand this. but it does appear from my googling they are not as strict as they used to be when i was in but then the cold war was raging. but as an example one guy got two years probabtion. so maybe all of us are a little bit right maybe.
  17. repubs only worry about this when their guys are not running the debt up giving rich folks tax breaks they do not need. how many billions or trillions did trump throw on us?
  18. repubs have a trump problem and they are scared of him. i do believe it jj. well except for the few nuts you guys got. actually few sounds low. you got mg hanging on your wall jj? grins........
  19. this is a couple of months old but i got chills. my dream is to one day see one last night game but at sixty seven it is doubtful. nab would my grandparents have been shocked.
  20. Where Auburn's resume, NCAA Tournament projections stand entering February Updated: Jan. 31, 2023, 9:04 a.m.|Published: Jan. 31, 2023, 9:04 a.m. 5–6 minutes After breaking a program record and gaining hold of the nation’s longest home winning streak, Auburn experienced a humbling week on the hardwood. Bruce Pearl’s team went 0-2 last week, with a 16-point home loss against Texas A&M—snapping the Tigers’ 28-game winning streak at Neville Arena—and followed it up with a three-point road loss against West Virginia in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. It marked the first time since late in the 2020-21 season that Auburn lost back-to-back games, and it came as the program embarked on a 12-game stretch to close out the regular season that Pearl described as “probably the toughest” of his career. Read more Auburn basketball: Auburn clinging to spot in AP poll after back-to-back losses Can Auburn make most of ‘incredible opportunity’ to bolster tournament resume? The biggest recurring issue for Auburn basketball in each of its losses this season Despite the back-to-back losses, Auburn remained ranked in the AP poll on Monday, slipping to No. 25 in the latest rankings and extending its program-record streak of consecutive weeks ranked in the poll to 32. Even with the loss to West Virginia, in which Auburn rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit but ultimately fell short in a tough road environment, Pearl believed his team “made some progress” in some regards. The Tigers will have a chance to show that progress as they try to bounce back this week, though the road ahead does not get much easier. Auburn will host Georgia — which beat the Tigers in Athens, Ga., earlier this month — on Wednesday to kick off the final full month of the season before traveling to take on No. 2 Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn., this weekend. That will be followed by a road trip to face the same Texas A&M team that defeated Auburn last week, and then a home showdown with fourth-ranked Alabama. It’s gut-check time for Pearl’s team as it enters the final month of the season. For the rest of the season, AL.com will take a weekly snapshot of Auburn’s NCAA Tournament resume, with a look at the team’s record by quadrant, as well as the latest projections for the Tigers in the field of 68. Here’s where things stand with about six weeks until the start of the NCAA Tournament: Auburn’s season at a glance: Overall record: 16-5 SEC record: 6-2 (fourth in the league) AP poll rank: 25th (program-record 32 consecutive weeks ranked in the top 25) KenPom: 29th (61st in adjusted offensive efficiency; 19th in adjusted defensive efficiency) NET ranking: 31st Home record: 10-1 Road record: 4-3 Neutral-site record: 2-1 Quadrant 1 record: 2-3 Quadrant 2 record: 5-2 Quadrant 3 record: 5-0 Quadrant 4 record: 4-0 Best resume win: Jan. 7 vs. Arkansas, 72-59, at Neville Arena (Quadrant 1 win) Worst resume loss: Jan. 3 at Georgia, 76-64 (Quadrant 2 loss) Strength of record: 21st NET Strength of schedule: 68th The week ahead: vs. Georgia (Quad 3 game) at Neville Arena on Wednesday at 6 p.m., at No. 2 Tennessee (Quad 1 game) on Saturday at 1 p.m. Latest NCAA Tournament projections (as of Jan. 31) -- Bracket Matrix, which currently weighs the brackets of 81 experts from across the country, has Auburn projected as the top No. 7 seed in the field, with the Tigers appearing on all 81 brackets. -- ESPN’s Joe Lunardi, in his latest projections released Monday, has Auburn as a No. 8 seed in the South Regional. The projection has Auburn facing ninth-seeded USC in the first round -- in a rematch of the teams’ December matchup in Los Angeles, which the Trojans won -- in Columbus, Ohio. It also features a potential second-round matchup with top-seeded Purdue, the nation’s No. 1 ranked team. -- CBS Sports’ Jerry Palm, in his Monday morning bracket projections, has Auburn as a No. 9 seed in the East Regional, with the Tigers taking on eighth-seeded NC State in the opening round in Des Moines, Iowa. That projection also features a potential second-round matchup with No. 1 seed Kansas State, which is currently ranked seventh in the AP poll. -- Bracket WAG’s Shelby Mast’s Monday night update projects Auburn as a No. 6 seed in the East Regional. In this bracket, Auburn would take on the winner of the First Four game between Arizona State and Iowa. -- RealTimeRPI.com’s Tuesday morning projection has Auburn as a No. 4 seed in the East Regional, with the Tigers taking on 13th-seeded Sam Houston State in the opening round. It also features a potential second-round matchup with Miami, which would be a rematch of last year’s Round of 32 game that ended Auburn’s season. -- Bart Torvik’s T-Rank projection update Tuesday morning has Auburn as the third No. 8 seed in the field, with the Tigers projected to have a 92.4 percent chance of earning an at-large NCAA Tournament bid. Tom Green is an Auburn beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Tomas_Verde.
  21. Where Auburn's resume, NCAA Tournament projections stand entering February Updated: Jan. 31, 2023, 9:04 a.m.|Published: Jan. 31, 2023, 9:04 a.m. 5–6 minutes After breaking a program record and gaining hold of the nation’s longest home winning streak, Auburn experienced a humbling week on the hardwood. Bruce Pearl’s team went 0-2 last week, with a 16-point home loss against Texas A&M—snapping the Tigers’ 28-game winning streak at Neville Arena—and followed it up with a three-point road loss against West Virginia in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. It marked the first time since late in the 2020-21 season that Auburn lost back-to-back games, and it came as the program embarked on a 12-game stretch to close out the regular season that Pearl described as “probably the toughest” of his career. Read more Auburn basketball: Auburn clinging to spot in AP poll after back-to-back losses Can Auburn make most of ‘incredible opportunity’ to bolster tournament resume? The biggest recurring issue for Auburn basketball in each of its losses this season Despite the back-to-back losses, Auburn remained ranked in the AP poll on Monday, slipping to No. 25 in the latest rankings and extending its program-record streak of consecutive weeks ranked in the poll to 32. Even with the loss to West Virginia, in which Auburn rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit but ultimately fell short in a tough road environment, Pearl believed his team “made some progress” in some regards. The Tigers will have a chance to show that progress as they try to bounce back this week, though the road ahead does not get much easier. Auburn will host Georgia — which beat the Tigers in Athens, Ga., earlier this month — on Wednesday to kick off the final full month of the season before traveling to take on No. 2 Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn., this weekend. That will be followed by a road trip to face the same Texas A&M team that defeated Auburn last week, and then a home showdown with fourth-ranked Alabama. It’s gut-check time for Pearl’s team as it enters the final month of the season. For the rest of the season, AL.com will take a weekly snapshot of Auburn’s NCAA Tournament resume, with a look at the team’s record by quadrant, as well as the latest projections for the Tigers in the field of 68. Here’s where things stand with about six weeks until the start of the NCAA Tournament: Auburn’s season at a glance: Overall record: 16-5 SEC record: 6-2 (fourth in the league) AP poll rank: 25th (program-record 32 consecutive weeks ranked in the top 25) KenPom: 29th (61st in adjusted offensive efficiency; 19th in adjusted defensive efficiency) NET ranking: 31st Home record: 10-1 Road record: 4-3 Neutral-site record: 2-1 Quadrant 1 record: 2-3 Quadrant 2 record: 5-2 Quadrant 3 record: 5-0 Quadrant 4 record: 4-0 Best resume win: Jan. 7 vs. Arkansas, 72-59, at Neville Arena (Quadrant 1 win) Worst resume loss: Jan. 3 at Georgia, 76-64 (Quadrant 2 loss) Strength of record: 21st NET Strength of schedule: 68th The week ahead: vs. Georgia (Quad 3 game) at Neville Arena on Wednesday at 6 p.m., at No. 2 Tennessee (Quad 1 game) on Saturday at 1 p.m. Latest NCAA Tournament projections (as of Jan. 31) -- Bracket Matrix, which currently weighs the brackets of 81 experts from across the country, has Auburn projected as the top No. 7 seed in the field, with the Tigers appearing on all 81 brackets. -- ESPN’s Joe Lunardi, in his latest projections released Monday, has Auburn as a No. 8 seed in the South Regional. The projection has Auburn facing ninth-seeded USC in the first round -- in a rematch of the teams’ December matchup in Los Angeles, which the Trojans won -- in Columbus, Ohio. It also features a potential second-round matchup with top-seeded Purdue, the nation’s No. 1 ranked team. -- CBS Sports’ Jerry Palm, in his Monday morning bracket projections, has Auburn as a No. 9 seed in the East Regional, with the Tigers taking on eighth-seeded NC State in the opening round in Des Moines, Iowa. That projection also features a potential second-round matchup with No. 1 seed Kansas State, which is currently ranked seventh in the AP poll. -- Bracket WAG’s Shelby Mast’s Monday night update projects Auburn as a No. 6 seed in the East Regional. In this bracket, Auburn would take on the winner of the First Four game between Arizona State and Iowa. -- RealTimeRPI.com’s Tuesday morning projection has Auburn as a No. 4 seed in the East Regional, with the Tigers taking on 13th-seeded Sam Houston State in the opening round. It also features a potential second-round matchup with Miami, which would be a rematch of last year’s Round of 32 game that ended Auburn’s season. -- Bart Torvik’s T-Rank projection update Tuesday morning has Auburn as the third No. 8 seed in the field, with the Tigers projected to have a 92.4 percent chance of earning an at-large NCAA Tournament bid. Tom Green is an Auburn beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Tomas_Verde.
  22. i hope Cobb is all that is advertised. i think because of our line we are much better. i wish tank had had a better line as his numbers would probably been eye popping or close to it.
  23. i stole scooter from ron white the comedian. he is the tater salad guy. tejas boy. one of the funniest guys i ever watched. a friend that does lighting for shows did his last show and he is retiring and moving to florida. he got him to autograph a backstage pass which is epic because he does few auto's.
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