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  1. That would make me happy but sad he can get that other job soon
  2. Dell McGee and Tosh Lupoi his wanted it for a few years
  3. SEC media days should be fun.....
  4. Nope never turned us down jaba just slow played him to the point he didn't trust them.
  5. And to be so young...2 freshmen, 2 soph's and 1 junior. Our two freshmen were in the top 10
  6. Ended up 2nd 8 behind OU which shot what we did yesterday 12 under. We were lucky had to birdie last two holes to beat out Ole Miss by 1. Wish we had played better today but its a learning experience for all our young player. We had two players finish in the top 10 were as OU had 4 in top 10. On to Nationals and see what happens. Golf is so much a mind game from day to day.
  7. Yes he sure as hell did already had some great asst's lined up
  8. Well so much for the good rounds we given up 11 strokes back to OU sitting at 5 behind them and we're not even at the turn. Still some golf left but we need some birdies and fast. OU is playing how we did yesterday. We're going to the advance no doubt about that just would like to finish in first today but not looking good atm
  9. Keegan doing very well seems like CHICAGO -- — Keegan Thompson combined with three relievers on a five-hitter, and the Chicago Cubs shut out the Pittsburgh Pirates for the second straight game, a 7-0 win Tuesday night that extended their winning streak to a season-best four. Jonathan Villar hit a go-ahead, solo homer in the third and added an RBI single. Cubs starters have posted a 2.37 ERA over their last eight games and Chicago is 6-2 in that stretch. Thompson has added to the success. “I anticipate Keegan grabbing the ball and doing what we ask him to do,” Chicago manager David Ross said. “He's definitely starter depth for us, but he's also really valuable in the role he's been filling for us.” Thompson (3-0) allowed four hits and four walks in five innings, while striking out five in his second start this season. The right-hander, pressed into the rotation last week, lowered his ERA to 1.41. “I’m just going out there and doing what they ask me to do, whether it’s start or coming out of the 'pen,” Thompson said. "I don’t really have a role, I don’t think. I’m just trying to give innings and give the team a chance to win.”
  10. NORMAN, Okla. – Using the low team score of the day, 276 (-12), Auburn men's golf surged into first place following Tuesday's second round of NCAA Regional competition at the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club. The Tigers' day two total is tied for the second lowest all-time in Jimmie Austin postseason history. "We played some solid golf today as a team, and it was fun to watch our guys go out there and compete," Auburn head coach Nick Clinard said. "This group is extremely talented and has a great mindset. Their youthful enthusiasm is contagious, and they are looking forward to having the opportunity to compete for a championship tomorrow." Through the first 36 holes of play, Auburn holds at 556 (-20) with a six-stroke lead over second place Oklahoma and a 17-stroke lead over the cutoff position, sixth place. If the Tigers wish to advance through to the NCAA Championship, they will need to finish inside the top five following Wednesday's finale. At 20-under, the team has also jumped into the program's record book with the eighth-lowest two-round tally in Auburn history. Auburn's earth-scorching day was spearheaded by freshman Brendan Valdes who shot 4-under 68 to tie his career low through two rounds at 137 (-7). Valdes matched one bogey with three birdies and an eagle to jump into third place. The round also marked the second consecutive with an eagle for Valdes. Sophomore J.M. Butler also continued to produce at a steady pace, carding a 3-under 69 to bring his total to 135 (-9), second amongst all individual golfers. Butler trails the leader, Travis Vick of Texas, by a single shot. Once more sophomore Carson Bacha and junior Alex Vogelsong proved to be contributors to the Tiger lineup, shooting a pair of below-par rounds at 69 (-3) and 70 (-2), respectively. Both men managed to make birdie double the number of times they bogeyed with Bacha making six birdies and Vogelsong making four. Following Auburn's lead, the top five teams currently in the cut for Nationals are No. 1 seed Oklahoma (562/-14), No. 2 seed Texas (568/-8), No. 5 seed Ole Miss (568/-8) and No. 9 seed Utah (572/-4). For Wednesday's action, the Tigers will be paired with Oklahoma and Texas and will tee off with Evan Vo on the first hole at 8 a.m. CST.
  11. How about something positive......... At his former high school, Derrick Brown, our former defensive lineman and current member of the Carolina Panthers, rewards 9 students who exemplify leadership and strength inside of the classroom and out with scholarships!! https://fb.watch/d3UFmgKjzA/
  12. Another thing to add is OU is #1 in the country and playing on their home course. hard to believe we shot 9 strokes better then them and we were paired with them and USCe
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