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  1. Stidham not allowed to audible

    It's not 1 year. It's a 3 year deal. $700k base with incentives that are easily attained. So probably about $900k at the end of the year. Plus he gets to add OC in the SEC to his resume. It's generally a stepping stone position into a head coaching job.
  2. Stidham not allowed to audible

    I have friends that are friends with Chip. I can't say much but overall Chip is happy. This is a huge opportunity for him.
  3. Stidham not allowed to audible

    He's up there with a play sheet. Hearing in the headset. We need to run here. We need to pass here. Then just calling plays off the sheet that was already created during the week.
  4. My face hurts

    I'm not sure why we have to wait to do anything with JJ. Unless directed by the law firm. ??? Gus should be gone the day after the iron bowl. RG to interim coach in whatever crappy bowl we get. Start piling up resumes for potential head coaches and find an AD before Jan 1. Find a head coach before signing day. Find a business guy with no immediate emotional ties to the university as AD.
  5. McClain

    He's playing a lot on special teams. However our special teams are horrible.
  6. Stidham not allowed to audible

    This doesn't surprise me most "audibles" are called from the sideline in college and high school. And who knows in the NFL it essentially headsets in the helmets for QBs. This isn't the issue with Gus. The issue with Gus is his inability to recognize adjustments and living and dying on every play. He's masked it a little this year but you can see it in his body language still. And I agree with him a loss isn't the end of the world. Only the end of the world is the end of the world but for fans, especially those that traveled to BR. What was the average amount they spent? 400 per person? I'd say that might be about average. 2 people thats 800... a family well over 1K... home games 2 people depending on distance it's probably about $300 a weekend with tickets costs and such. So for many families that's probably their entertainment expense for the year. Probably go to games other then hunting, fishing, youth football, or any number of hobbies. So for us it is about more then just 1 game 1 loss. It's a slap in the face to our investment that we as fan put into this program. We are a better team then LSU. We lost to them. We didn't lose because of execution. We lost because of coaching.
  7. Now that we have (hopefully) calmed down

    Agreed. There is no such thing as karma and God doesn't care who wins football games. People that are attracted to Auburn are more culturally conservative then some of our rivals but that doesn't make us better in any way. Our primary rival is the exception to the rule in behavior for fans not the norm. We, along with many of other fan bases in the conference are pretty much the same. Sorry DAG not directed at you I just didn't want to copy the OP and have it pasted another time in this thread. We have top 10 talent across the board. We have the one of the highest paid head coaches and coaching staffs in the country. We should atleast expect to go .500 against our primary rivals. That would be UF, LSU, UGA, UT, aTm, and bama. The others in the conference we should play at a minimum historically about .850 against. That probably puts you around 9-3 each year on average.
  8. My apologies - I set it on FIRE

    How did you miss the opportunity to plug the Texas law hawk? His commercials are hilarious.
  9. My apologies - I set it on FIRE

    The Gus Bus. I finally got off it. You Me 64 Alexava and Mikey were the only ones left riding going into the weekend. Few others like golf and bird were riding on the roof. So when I got off the Gus Bus I set it on fire. Just making sure you and Mikey got off in time. You’d have to read the first post in this thread to get the joke
  10. The new Gus Bus

    Since I burned the other to the ground here’s the replacement.
  11. Officiating In the SEC

    The REC isn’t paying them. They are just usually between 45-60 years old and been doing it for 25 years working their way up and stubborn and call what they think happened instead of what they really saw. The speed of the game is difficult but easy middle of the field stuff should be seen.
  12. My apologies - I set it on FIRE

    So you succeeded in getting out before I set the bus a blaze
  13. Officiating In the SEC

    It’s in another thread and yes definitely targeting. Amd for those blaming Gus we agree with you but we expect good officials as well. In the SEC they make between $2-3k per game.
  14. Officiating In the SEC

    I’ve ref’d to make extra money at the youth levels. So I know the jig. Ok I provided my video and picture proof. With your superior video capabilities show me proof not your opinion that it wasn’t block in the back since you can go frame by frame. Should be as easy as 123. But you won’t because you can’t show it wasn’t.
  15. Officiating In the SEC

    When you have videos evidence it’s not opinion it’s fact. There’s no interpretation of the rule that those 2 blocks weren’t clearly in the back. i know you’re an alpha male but it’s ok to say they missed it. Like I said we find a way to lose that game but it was a missed no call