tigerrules

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  1. A little perspective, please

    You speak the truth. And it has to be the result of some catastrophic situation or loss. Such as playing ultra conservative with lead early in a game, or not having a solid plan if your first string RB is hurt. My son is a teenager and is the same way. Gus isn't a teenager,, he should learn in the way most adults do.
  2. halftime adjustments

    What halftime adjustments?
  3. Stidham - Will he stay or will he go?

    Not even close to ready for the NFL imo. Needs a minimum of one more year. Fromme outplayed him tonight. Of course the game plan and WRs didn't help him.
  4. A look back at where it began.(2009)

    Umm, no. But....Josh Bynes was not the most talented, but an absolute warrior. Thorpe stepped up in that game and had some big plays. Bates transitioned well and I think ended up doing well for himself. I thought at the time that chizik would be at auburn forever.
  5. Atlanta Tailgating

    I wish the University would rent part of the GWCC(massive in size) and then sell tickets to fans to watch on a large screen with the Auburn audio feed. Similar to the plan for Auburn Arena. It's not like the game isn't sold out.
  6. Looking too far ahead (playoffs)

    The 2004 season drove the NCAA to a playoff system. This year could drive them to an expansion. They are just looking for a reason to make more money.
  7. We also are looking at the opportunities for our son post high school. I give great credit to Clemson for their Life program, it is the elite program of its kind. UGA also started a program a couple of years ago, and there are now At least Four in the state of Georgia. I have heard for some time time now that Auburn is developing a Life Program, so get it together administration! These programs are great opportunities for those with physical and intellectual challenges. They are well worth the investment but it takes a strong commitment on behalf of donors and the University. Clemson has embraced program and is making a difference in lives. War Eagle
  8. Chuck Person

    The most corrupt group of people in the country sits right beside the FBI in Washington, D.C. Can't find any wrong doing there. Drugs flowing into neighborhoods by truckload, can't stop that. Bummers handing out cars, jobs, favors and lord only knows what else, but can't find that. But they can find a basketball coach in south Alabama at a mediocre basketball program breaking rules and throw the book at him. Go find some real criminals.
  9. Gus sent a 'message' yesterday

    KP knows his body can't hold up to the punishment. He wants his carries to boost his numbers, show his durability, so he can go to the NFL and make a lot of money......and I don't blame him. Coaches are supposed to coach, players play.
  10. Why I Hate bama

    I walk into a store today, there is a store Santa and Mrs. claus. My son steps up and has his picture taken tells santa a couple of items he would like. Santa looks at my Auburn jacket and asks my son who bought the jacket for me, tells him it should have a red A. Then Santa proceeds to say R#^# Ti#%. Freakin inbred rednecks are a bunch of idiots.
  11. NCAA should have squashed penn state for their criminal and immoral conduct. Much worse. Aaahhhh, but joe pa was such a good guy. Sure he was.
  12. The "R" word

    Those that do not have children with intellectual disabilities find this hard to understand. Many of us grew up using the "r" word. As adults it is habit for some. My favorite are the "adults" that use the "r" word and "short bus" references around me, knowing that my child has Down syndrome. Ignorance is no excuse, since the word is generally being used in a derogatory manner in the conversation in the first place. I am not one that is easily offended, and I never pick a battle with someone over their use of the word. Part of being an adult is understanding the words you use, and the audience that receives those words. The word retarded is not in itself offensive, using the word as a derogatory term is offensive to those of us who live with this disability in our families. There is hope. I find the kids that go to school with my son(15), to be very supportive and inclusive. It is generally the adults that struggle with this the most, and you can clearly tell kids that are not taught tolerance at home. I encourage all to inform yourself on the college life programs for those with disabilities. Clemson has a phenomenal program. Maybe Auburn can copy Clemson for a change. War eagle
  13. LSU post game thread

    I don't understand why the catch on the previous play wasn't reviewed. Catch looked very close, and the players were saying incomplete.
  14. FBS Championship Game Thread

    Clemson was playing tight early in the half, but now opening it up. Bammers playing very tight now.
  15. FBS Championship Game Thread

    Not as physical and not elusive.