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  1. Like this post a lot! Time to have something different at least for one game. And to all that aren’t on board, all of the other sports at AU have orange jerseys
  2. I know it’s if’s, and’s or but’s, AU did hold them to 23 points but I believe they had close to the same yardage as Bama. A couple of 4th down stops inside the 5 yard line is what prevented close to 40 points being scored. Not saying that AU wasn’t in the game or had their chance to win because they did. DJ stepping out of bounds on the long run hurt badly.
  3. Sad to see what was once the dominant program in the SEC become an eighth place team. Thank you former athletic director!!
  4. I believe this is the wrong way of solving the issue. I’m a fan of the minor league system for all sports. If you decide to go to college, you should play three years and then enter the pros. College baseball has been under this model and it works out just fine. There is already a minor league basketball league, so the only league needing to get onboard is football
  5. I disagree. Once the 2010 Offense hit it’s stride, they were hard to stop. Although the 1983 team had a strong running game, it could be stopped. Don’t think the 1983 team could out score the 2010 team
  6. My original four of Oklahoma was a misprint. I was thinking of Oregon
  7. With Smith, Harris, Moses and the tackle returning, They are going to be tough to beat. Jones has shown that he is more than capable of scoring points. Their defense will be improved due to playing lots of freshmen. Not sure who the QB will be for OU, that’s why I didn’t have them in. If the QB for Texas is returning, I see them winning that conference
  8. this is a hard topic for me to come to a conclusion. The defense at times were lights out, and then there were times when a stop was needed and it couldn’t get it done. I thought the LSU game was a perfect example of how the season played out. It held the best offense in the country to its lowest point total, but gave up tons of yards. It showed a unique defense formation and went against its normal style and strategies.
  9. Final Four in no particular order: Clemson Ohio State Alabama oklahoma
  10. This is gold. I think it’s one of the biggest things that people overlook.
  11. That seems logical since they are divisional games every year 🤓
  12. To me the game that will decide whether it’s a 9-3 or a 7-5 season will be UNC. Until I see a reason to think AU can beat Bama or GA on road, chalk those up as an L. With CGM as coach, you can put at least another two games as loses and choose who it will be to
  13. He hasn’t been bad nor has he been good. He has just been ok. And if ok is what you want, than he is your man. If not and you want more, he is not the man. It’s really just as simple as that.
  14. Not sure why people have to participate in conversation if they consider the point moot. Why not just read it and move on? It’s clear some want to discuss it.
  15. With the same teams that CGM has fielded and against the same competition, I have no doubt that Kirby would have won more games. I’m not saying he would have won all the games but the record would have been better than Gus. Now throw in his ability to hire better assistant coaches and recruit better, the teams would have been much better. Besides this year, name one team in west (other than Bama) that was better than Auburn? I can’t think of any and I don’t think Kirby would have lost any game from the East other than maybe once or twice to Georgia. That’s just my take on it.