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  1. Living in Georgia

    Work here in John's Creek is very quiet...............
  2. 2018 5* QB Justin Fields

    I'm not debating the fact that he is good. His numbers speak for themselves. I was just giving an honest observation as someone that's watched him for the last four years.
  3. 2018 5* QB Justin Fields

    I dunno about that. I was at the game and he threw at least 4 jump balls, especially the one deep ball down the sideline. Without those he would've been 14-22. Other than that he looked good though.
  4. scrimmage updates?

    Hurts = OVERRATED ...........Everything he's done has been because of the players around him. Yes he's a freshman but my Grandmother could perform on that team and put up numbers. Put him on any other team in the SEC and he wouldn't have half the stats he put up last year. But keep on showing him love. Are you related to him?
  5. Booger Eating turds!

    Just like paying players, they've been doing it for years...............
  6. SIAP, Bama Pick Play

    And two tackles holding.........................................
  7. Malzahn's Postgame Presser - Ole Miss

    Don't you know that everyone here is a coach , expert , or insider ?
  8. Carl Lawson Spotted?

    Thank you PTB and WDE ! Always refreshing to get solid info that isn't a regurgitation of another post.
  9. Finally a post worthy of response....! WDE!!!
  10. Jovon Robinson and Gus

    I'm pretty sure Robinson doesn't have home run speed either. Barber averaged 5.4 today, btw. I'd rather have a 5.4 yd average without 40 yard runs. Means he's getting good yardage every carry. Just before the half we were at 3.1 per carry.....I'm still happy we have him so don't get me wrong! Okay, but there is a difference between "we" and Peyton Barber. Not saying we can't use help, but nothing to complain about with PB. He's clearly the guy. Good grief . Why do people get so defensive ? I said I am happy we have Peyton on our team . As of now , I am ecstatic we have him. But it is a fact that he had 10 carries for 31 yards in the first half . All I'm saying is we will need more starting next week .
  11. Jovon Robinson and Gus

    I'm pretty sure Robinson doesn't have home run speed either. Barber averaged 5.4 today, btw. I'd rather have a 5.4 yd average without 40 yard runs. Means he's getting good yardage every carry. Just before the half we were at 3.1 per carry.....I'm still happy we have him so don't get me wrong!
  12. Jovon Robinson and Gus

    While i am proud of Peyton , he just doesn't have break away speed . He is one hell of a tough runner and i thank God we had him today . But if we are gonna beat the big boys we're gonna need more than 3.1yds/carry . Somehow we have to get Jovon in the game .
  13. 2015 Preseason Practice - Scrimmage No. 2

    IMO, Jovon is more of a power back, Roc is more of a shifty back with speed and Peyton is a combination of all those skill sets. He is not as powerful as Jovon but he is shiftier. He is not as shifty as Roc but he is more powerful. When you throw in Peyton's pass catching and pass blocking ability, you have a RB that is a complete back with a nice combination of power, shiftiness and speed. That gives you a RB you can use on a wider spectrum of the playbook than the other 2. Nice. Reminds me a lot of CAP then. I personally think Peyton Barber is harder to tackle than CAP. The biggest difference between Tre Mason and CAP is that Mason could always run through that first tackler up the gut even when it wasn't there and still pick up two to three yards, while CAP typically went down upon first contact at the line of scrimmage when it was plugged up with defensive lineman. Gus runs that up the gut play a high percentage of times immediately after picking up the 1st down when he's really wanting to implement the HUNH. Heck, we've all seen him run that play back to back times on numerous occasions. And as much as it pains us to watch some times, that play is an obvious staple in this offense for the primary runningback and one specific play in particular that I think Barber will be better at than his predecessor. And I'm not saying that Peyton Barber right now is better than CAP, who of course is in his first NFL training camp with the Panthers. However, I do believe that before Peyton leaves Auburn, he'll be a better runningback than CAP was when his eligibility was done on the plains. I think the runningback rotation this season will be similar to when Gus was at Arkansas and had Darren McFadden, Felix Jones and Peyton Hillis, except I truly believe that he'll use all four of our runningbacks extensively. I could be terribly wrong, but I think this will be the first year we don't see one guy as the main stallion. I think we'll still lead the SEC in rushing, but I definitely sense that it will be more by committee considering that all four players are uber talented with each 'back possessing a unique skill set different than the next man up. Roc: Elusiveness, Shiftiness, Spin Move Jovon: Power, Short Yardarge, Red Zone Peyton: Combination back shiftiness/power and great hands Kerryon: All Purpose Back/Wildcat/Slot Receiver CAP broke plenty of tackles.....so I'm not sure if you're serious?
  14. Dear bammer nation

    He sounds like my niece's husband . Living life on a rival's board instead of spending time with his wife and kids .