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  • Birthday 05/15/1977

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  1. Yeah, hopefully I'm able to snag a few tix through work. They love their bball here. I think their football interest may die down starting this weekend.
  2. Can't wait to be decked out in orange and blue in the middle or Rupp since I just moved to Lexington!
  3. If I remember correctly there was a lot of preseason talk last year about moving Purifoy back to his natural position at the 3 and how much more effective he would be there. In that scenario, I'm thinking Heron would have been the 2 and Brown would be coming off the bench. What about this lineup? Granted, I'm not sure you can put a second team All-SEC guard on the bench, but think about the energy Brown could bring as the 6th man. This lineup would give us some real size as well. 1 - Harper/Mitchell/Doughty 2 - Heron/Brown/Murray/Doughty 3 - Purifoy/Heron/Murray 4 - Mac/Okeke/Purifoy 5 - Wiley/Spencer
  4. Anyone have any idea where I can find an SEC champ hat? Can't find one anywhere.
  5. "It don't make any difference who's carrying the ball, it don't make any difference who's catching it, who's rushing the passer, or who's making the tackle,.....just as long as he's got a blue jersey on." - Pat Dye
  6. I've been going to nearly every home game since I was 4 years old in 1981. If you average 7 home games per year for the last 32 years that's 224 games. When you include a few bowl games and away games, I'd say I've been to over 230 games in my lifetime. As you can see by my username, my family has been attending games for a long time. I've seen some good games over the years, but nothing will ever top the "First time Ever." I was only 12 years old, but I understood the significance of that day. Tiger Walk was unbelievable.
  7. My guess is that the database is not updated often. My brother is still listed as a student and he graduated last December. However, I could be wrong.
  8. Try this link for RE's announcement. http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/2014/02/05/2935358/auburn-football-national-signing.html
  9. In my day, (late 90s) the pop quiz man wore CK One and smoked Marlboro's.
  10. "What I'd like for you to do, is I'd like for you, the one's that want to. I'm gonna go back out there and thank our people." Pat Dye after the 1982 uat game. "Do you remember me standing here and telilng you that when you became one, that you'd know it? Well, you know it now. It don't make any difference who's carrying the ball. It don't make any difference who's catching it, who's rushing the passer, who's making the tackles. Just as long as they got a blue jersey on." Pat Dye after 1989 uat game
  11. How about you just ask them this... Since when is the month of November circular in shape? The last time I checked the word "round" meant circular.
  12. He has been found, and is headed to New Orleans. http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/2012/01/19/1899690/russell-sheriff-brian-downing.html
  13. As you can see by my username, I am a 3rd generation Auburn grad and a lifelong fan. I have been going to games since I was 4 years old. This was my 30th year of attending games, so I wouldn't consider myself a "quasi-fan." I have been a season ticket holder since I graduated in 1999, and I think if I pay for my tickets, then I have the right to sell them to anyone regardless of team affiliation. With online sites like stubhub, craigslist, and ebay, it is practically impossible to know who your tickets are going to. And last time I checked, bammer money is just as easily spent as Auburn money. Some people may actually need the money and since bammers were willing to pay more than Auburn fans, they may have jumped at the chance. Don't judge people who you don't know. I personally know Auburn fans, who needed to sell their tickets in order to buy their kids Christmas this year, because of changes in their lives over the past year, and bammers offered way more money than Auburn fans. They would have loved to sell them to Auburn fans, but just couldn't justify it. As Auburn people, we should not be quick to judge. What does the Auburn creed say... Act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with my God (Micah 6:8).
  14. I know he has already been mentioned, but I was thinking Jason Miska.
  15. 2 nearly every year since I graduated in 1999, and been attending games with my father (another season ticket holder) since the early 80s
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