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  1. He’ll need to buy into the importance of playing defense.
  2. Not at the game, so can’t answer, but Ashford also has two rushing touchdowns. Hoover up 45-17 in the 4th.
  3. Ashford to Pickens for TD’s of 37, 60, and 88 yards so far.
  4. Kevin Sumlin was also considered a coaching genius at a point in time, at Houston.
  5. Purifoy has only been on the floor 1 of 3 previous years. Didn’t show a desire to play defense that year, and team chemistry was lacking. Wiley has 1/2 season on the floor, has not demonstrated he can stay healthy, and it will be interesting to see Pearl fold Wiley into the style of play he has typically promoted. Lots of talent and potential, but yes, where chemistry is paramount, lots of unknowns.
  6. I couldn’t help but hear it. I think it was stated about 120 times during the game - a 3-hour bama lovefest.
  7. I think any time that McLemore spends at the 4 will be directly related to whether Wiley can stay out of foul trouble and getting the majority of the minutes, and not sure Pearl will commit to playing big with both Wiley and McLemore in the line-up together.
  8. You’re always one play away from finishing the season with whoever is 2nd in line. If Sandberg ends up remotely looking like the 2nd man, you get him as many touches as you can as early as you can.
  9. So there’s a chance we would take 5 WR’s in this class?
  10. Hope you’re right about the AD’s support. If not, hoping past history is not an indicator of the future. How long has it been since Hal Baird was our coach?
  11. Were there not two outs already? I was also wondering why you would let a pitcher off the hook who couldn’t throw the ball in the right zip code.
  12. No mention of Curry? Thought he was the latest option.
  13. As an Auburn fan, I would like for him to say that, but he owes Auburn and it’s fans no more than he has already provided to this point. He’s made Auburn baseball relevant again and with the utmost class. The ball is back in the University’s hands to make this right and get a deal done.