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  1. IF.... The good guys had won...

    I think we beat Clemson, but not OU. I believe they're the team to beat this year. Living in Oklahoma, I see them play a lot. They just seem to have the "it" factor this year.
  2. Back to Back 10 win Seasons

    Everyone loses great players each year. That's part of what makes college football so interesting. We've recruited top 10 classes every year and haven't had trouble with OL recruiting in a long time. I believe we will have good line play on both sides of the ball next year. The back end of our defense is always our Achilles heel it seems like, but everyone struggles in that area. That's why premier corners get paid so well at the next level. We will have a team similar to this year with much better QB play from the start. I never worry about our running game. All that said, we will be a top 10 team with as good a chance as anyone to reach the playoffs. Especially if we can overcome that away game stigma. 10 wins should be expected.
  3. More Versatility in Auburn's Gameplan Next Year?

    I think our offense evolved quite nicely as the season progressed. With a whole off-season to build around Stidham, I think we will continue to be more balanced. This is something I've been waiting on for years. I'm really excited about next years team. Note: I've never seen so many Auburn fans worried about how many carries a running back gets. We've always had a workhorse back...is it because he's had a tendency to get hurt? KJ didn't get much playing time last year, so I feel like he needed as many reps as possible to become a complete back.
  4. Did kj win sec player of the year?

    He was the heart of the defense when healthy. There was a big drop off when he wasn't on the field. He will be missed.
  5. Draft Eligible Players/Depth Chart 2018

    Please elaborate...
  6. Question about Stidham

    If we can put together a decent offensive line, could be really special on offense next season.
  7. Backup QBs

    I agree with this. Gus is just adding wrinkles for the LSU D-coordinator to lose sleep over. I wouldn't read to much into it...
  8. Anyone else had problems with the page trying to redirect you to www.wareagleauburn.com when loading AUFamily? I don't have a problem at home, but from my work computer, I automatically get redirected to that site as soon as I open the page. I've cleaned up the computer (cookies, history, etc), but I'm still having the issue. Any help would be appreciated...
  9. 2014 5* QB DeShaun Watson (Clemson signee)

    I respect everyone's opinion about the Clemson coaches, but my understanding is that Clemson shut down recruiting other qb's when this kid comitted. If that's true, he owes them the respect to open up his recruiting publicly if that's the way he feels and he wants to take his visits. That way Clemson can begin courting other QB's....sounds like this kid wanted to have his cake and eat it too by keeping the visit secret and wanting to maintain his status at Clemson simultaneously.
  10. Signing Day Surprise

    I forgot the name but I saw a tweet earlier this morning about a possible replacement. I heard Brendan Langley name come up the past couple of days That was the one. Off the board...LOI in at Georgia
  11. 2013 LB Grant Smith walk on at AU!

    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/401315/highlights/7952373
  12. I think I read somewhere that he comes from a family with means and that paying the first year tuition wasn't a big deal for them.
  13. We currently have 64 on scholarship currently with the 3 JC commits. That leaves 21 spots after the 3 JC guys bringing the total to 24. To sign 27, we have to clear 3 spots, Hutch being the first.
  14. There's more going on than what we know. He should have gone to prep school but apparently didn't. This NCAA deal with Jovon (not Auburn) should have been over long ago but it isn't. He should be able to sign anywhere after taking one high school course but he hasn't taken it and is signing nowhere. Logic says something is wrong and it's not over yet. Question: Who paid to have the grade changed? What if Jovon himself paid? His family has the money from the settlement the survivors got from the state of Tennessee aftet his father was killed on the job while working for the state. That might throw a bunch of monkey wrenches into the gears. Just playing "what if", I have no idea other than something is very unusual here... I have to agree with you that it seems like there may be more to the story. I don't think someone was necessarily paid though. It could be a counselor with a big heart...who knows. The kids probably not going to be a brain surgeon, so let him graduate. The strange thing to me is he didn't do anything to get past it. No JUCO, summer school, prep school....nothing. You might be right though, they may have been waiting for the other shoe to drop....hopefully now that the school is done investigating, the kid can find a way to move forward. No mention or proof of paying for a grade change so that is a big supposition. On the second highlight you have no knowledge that he has or hasn't moved on. There may never be a warm fuzzy piece written about Javon because not all people seek the limelight. I was speaking academically...not personally. I understand..no offense intended by my comments. Just we have no knowledge of his past year....so just all supposition. The comments had the appearance the young man had no plans or intentions for his future because of a shoe drop. Gotcha...cheers!
  15. There's more going on than what we know. He should have gone to prep school but apparently didn't. This NCAA deal with Jovon (not Auburn) should have been over long ago but it isn't. He should be able to sign anywhere after taking one high school course but he hasn't taken it and is signing nowhere. Logic says something is wrong and it's not over yet. Question: Who paid to have the grade changed? What if Jovon himself paid? His family has the money from the settlement the survivors got from the state of Tennessee aftet his father was killed on the job while working for the state. That might throw a bunch of monkey wrenches into the gears. Just playing "what if", I have no idea other than something is very unusual here... I have to agree with you that it seems like there may be more to the story. I don't think someone was necessarily paid though. It could be a counselor with a big heart...who knows. The kids probably not going to be a brain surgeon, so let him graduate. The strange thing to me is he didn't do anything to get past it. No JUCO, summer school, prep school....nothing. You might be right though, they may have been waiting for the other shoe to drop....hopefully now that the school is done investigating, the kid can find a way to move forward. No mention or proof of paying for a grade change so that is a big supposition. On the second highlight you have no knowledge that he has or hasn't moved on. There may never be a warm fuzzy piece written about Javon because not all people seek the limelight. I was speaking academically...not personally. My understanding is that he hasn't been enrolled in school over the past year. I would be his biggest fan if he was able to get things straightened out and enroll in Auburn. WDE