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norcuron

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About norcuron

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  • Birthday 01/11/1974

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  1. norcuron

    The State of the program

    Auburn is a top tier job in the top tier SEC . We raised a Billion freakin dollars! I'm ok with giving Gus a swingers chance at a home run next year. ( not likely happening) If he can not provide he needs a pink slip. If he is a real man he should just quit.
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    The State of the program

    Baby, I hope so! It doesn't seem to be our pattern. Seems the teams Work Ethic follows the coach's work ethic. When Gus has got 30 mill in the bank why should he worry? I hate to say it but the guy across the state don't seem to sleep and his team feeds off of it.
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    The State of the program

    I figure Gus will do a half-ass job next year. Then find himself on the REAL hot seat and actually work and coach his ass off for a season in 2020. He will do very well and get another huge raise and another insane contract extension. Then he will lay back in his hammock and half-ass for as long as he can again.
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    Article on Gus’ buyout

    That is NOT acceptable.
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    Article on Gus’ buyout

    We keep doing the same thing over and over. I have said it for years now. We give a guy a stupid awesome contract after a good year. Then they are not hungry anymore. They are paid. And again they know we cannot afford a top of the line coach while paying off the last coach. They take it easy. They are no longer hungry for the payday, its coming if they perform or not and there is nothing we can do about it. The BIG CATS want to think the coach is a bought and payed "Auburn Man" No they are just payed.
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    Stop the BIG contracts.

    Call me stupid if you must. It just seems that our team takes a dive EVERYTIME we sign a big contract. The coach is counting $ and not hungry anymore. Why should they? They paid. Players do the same thing. They know they are gonna get drafted, They get sick and stuff. .
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    Stop the BIG contracts.

    Would the game turn out different if mattered to his ass if he won or lost?
  8. norcuron

    Stop the BIG contracts.

    Gus was counting money not winning a game. Stop giving big money and contracts to not so well established coaches. Make them work for their money. Was Gus gonna be a big hot anything after our bowl game. Let him leave if he wants. We may get someone to earn their pay.
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    irritation about our fan base

    Gus was counting money during the game. He don't give a s*** anymore. Just watch.
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    I know its just me....

    I know its just me, But before Auburn University starts giving pay raises, perks, and contract extensions. we should see the end of the season. I am an unhappy boy. But Coach is happy. He didn't have to win did he?
  11. We need to dominate this. We have taken down a lot of tough guys. These are tough guys! UCF wants to win and make a loud statement about their school. Maybe move up on a game like this.
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    Carlton Davis not playing in Bowl

    If they don't get with the NFL and make a deal, that is EXACTLY what you will see.
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    Carlton Davis not playing in Bowl

    I'm not mad at the man. He is doing what he thinks and likely has been advised to do. I hope the best for him. Just don't understand why something in him didn't wanna be there for our men during this game. Not on the field if he was sick, or even ineligible. To stand there in street clothes on the sidelines for leadership and inspiration. I do believe he will be another of countless examples that if you work hard. YOU MAKE IT TO THE BIGTIME AT AU!
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    Carlton Davis not playing in Bowl

    Hang out one last time with his buddies. Do the fun stuff ect. He is a kid looking at leaving his life and going pro. I would hang around as long as I could.