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  1. I read something, somewhere, sometime, something to that affect, I thought, I think.
  2. I’m hoping as this team gels more and more they will continue to get better and move upward each week!
  3. Conversation Tom Green @Tomas_Verde Auburn is up to No. 19 in the AP basketball poll. Tigers moved up three more spots after improving to 4-0.
  4. Does he have a name? I’ve been away for a couple weeks.
  5. This might be the most succinct definition of college football recruiting ever stated! GOLD STAR ⭐️ for @ellitor
  6. Thanks for the edit... I was about to look into it, but I’ve got to teach tonight. Do you know if you can save games or rewatch/stream it later with your subscription?
  7. Junior college OT commits to Auburn ByKEITH NIEBUHR 65 minutes ago Share22 Comments Brenden Coffey, the No. 2 junior college OT in the country. (Photo: Mark Murphy, 247Sports) Auburn has landed commitment No. 20 and it seemingly came out of the blue. Brenden Coffey, a 3-star junior college tackle from Butte College (Calif.) gave his verbal to the Tigers via Twitter on Saturday night. Brenden Coffey@CoffeyBrenden It is with deepest gratitude and extreme excitement that I get to say, I have committed to Auburn University. War Eagle!!!! 598 7:13 PM - Nov 9, 2019 Twitter Ads info and privacy 161 people are talking about this The 6-feet-6.5, 275-pound Coffey is the No. 2 tackle and No. 22 overall recruit nationally in the industry generated 247Sports Composite. With Coffey on board, Auburn now has seven offensive linemen committed for 2020. One of those commits, tackle Javion Cohen of Phenix City (Ala.) Central, has flirted with other schools and attended the Alabama-LSU game Saturday. Another tackle commit, Jonathan Buskey, may not finish up this semester and potentially won't arrive until next summer. Coffey also is not a mid-year commit. He is expected to graduate from Butte College next spring. Initially, that scared some schools away, but Auburn ultimately came to the conclusion Coffey was too good to pass up at this time. Coffey officially visited the Tigers in June. Afterward, he said Auburn has opened up a big lead. But as Auburn picked up verbals from other linemen, things seemed to go cold with Coffey. In recent weeks, however, the communication picked up. Coffey’s story is one of a late bloomer. He played football in high school kind of on a whim and the Paradise, Calif., native walked on at nearby Butte College last year. “I was 6-5, 218 coming out of high school,” Coffey recalled. Not only did Coffey continue to grow, his play at right tackle greatly impressed and offers poured in. As for his official visit to Auburn, this is what Coffey said before leaving for home. “I got a different vibe at Auburn,” Coffey said. “It wasn’t like an official visit. It felt like I was kind of already there and they were just showing me a few things before I settled in. I really did like that. It felt homey to me. I liked how I was treated. I was treated not as a player but as a respected human being. I just really liked that.” Coffey will have three years to play two seasons. As for his family, Coffey said distance from home is not an issue. “They’ve already explained to me they want what is best for me, even if it’s somewhere in Alabama,” Coffey said. “They want me to go wherever I want, even if they can't see me all the time.”
  8. Oh, I misunderstood your comment about the weekend. I’m more than good leaving recruiting to you.
  9. I thought you were out till the weekend. Sorry brother
  10. If they could crystal ball them after the commit it would always be 100%! 😆