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tallgraycat

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  1. 21 minutes ago, cole256 said:

    Just saw that that one of my childhood friends, whom is a professional basketball trainer, trains Harper.....I can't believe I'm just now finding this out. There's no telling how much insider info I could've been producing had I known earlier.....smh

    I would like to hear how Harper and Brown are doing and any information you can post.  Thanks 

  2. On 9/13/2019 at 6:39 PM, johnnyAU said:

    Haven't fully confirmed I can make it yet, but I'd like to hear if anyone has a couple of tickets for the MSU game and/or possibly the Ole Miss game.

    Thanks, and WDE

    I no longer have any tickets for the MSU game.  

  3. Yes I have two MSU section 2 row 34 seat 15 and 16 with chairs.  I have two in section 5 row 35 but I will use on but I would sell the other one to an Auburn fan.  I will NOT set by  a Ole Miss fan.  None of the 4 is available for the Ole Miss game

  4. 35 minutes ago, slot canyon said:

    Don't hold me to this but I believe they were being rented/leased.  Could be it was a savings to remove while not in use and reinstalled prior to next season.  Likely not needed  required for fall ball.  If I find the article regarding this I will link/post it.  I believe it was part of the budget cuts announced by the AD at the end of June.

    Thanks, I droved by and saw them being removed temporary seats and laying sod.  It just seemed strange to me, but saving rent makes sense to economic guy, but why not do in past year?  

  5. Does anyone know why they removed the temporary seats at the Softball field?  I thought they had sold all or most of those seats.  So, there will be fewer seat for sale next year?   It seem strange to me, to remove temps seats before building permanent seating, because they were being sold.  My guess there will be lots of disappointed softball fans next season.

  6. The thing I wonder and maybe someone on here can enlighten me, when someone fall asleep while driving, dose your foot-leg stiffen to depress the gas pedal or just go limp and the car slow down.  I think I have to apply pressure to the pedal to accelerate?   If I was convinced he fell asleep due to being tired, then I would see it as just and accident, without more information it is impossible for me to decide what is appropriate. 

  7. The problem as I see it with driving faster than the speed limit is the other drivers on the road. Yes I can safely drive 90 miles per hour on many roads but when others are driving I don't know what they will do and they are not considering nor know that I am driving 90. We have all seen people make sudden lane changes or slow down considerably for some reason. Then add in all the distraction inside and outside of my car, I choose to drive close to the speed limit.

  8. I was walking by the softball field this morning and they were taking down the (temporary) bleacher seats on the first base side.  Are they starting on the renovations that were discussed a couple of years ago? Anyone have any information on the plans this year? 

  9. DeSean Murray, who spent the 2017-18 season at Auburn, has left the Western Kentucky basketball team to “pursue professional opportunities”, according to multiple reports. Murray was a graduate transfer to the Hilltoppers this season.

    Murray started all 34 games for Auburn last season, averaging 10.1 points per game, and led the team with 6.7 rebounds per game. He was ineffective when it counted most, going just 4-of-15 in the NCAA Tournament. He played his first two seasons at Presbyterian.

    Murray played in just eight games this season for WKU. He was suspended for the season opener because of a violation of team rules. He most recently just played 11 minutes in a win over Arkansas, where he scored no points.

    https://www.al.com/auburnbasketball/2018/12/former-auburn-standout-desean-murray-leaves-wku-basketball.html 

  10. 25 minutes ago, ellitor said:

    When Tall made his post there were upper level seats available for $20, not just SRO. That's why I tagged you hoping you would be able to get on the site & get a seat before they ran out.

    At most games there are empty seat that SRO set in.  There are several students that set in the section (111) that I set in and the 2 seats beside me have been empty this season. 

  11. 4 hours ago, AU64 said:

    There are almost always seats available even for "sold out" games......sometimes a lot of them based on what I see on TV. 

    We've discussed this previously...about how to make them available but seems like the open-market sites like Stub Hub are the surest bet though tickets for about any AU sporting event (based on my meager experience) can be found at the arena or stadium from people with a fist full of them for sale. 

    Seems that once the Athletic Department has "sold them" they re-sale is up to individuals to figure out. 

    This is true, I go to most games and there is always people outside selling tickets and most games there are a several empty seats, especially during the week games .  Students are filling up many of the seats because when the student section is filled, students are allow to come in the general seating area and set in any empty seat.  The people who have standing room only seat don't stand unless they want to stand.  There a few SEC games last year where most all seats were full as well as full crowd of standing.

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