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happyeagle

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  1. If this is who the PTB wanted, I hope they are ready to shell out lots of money for NIL. This is a typical Auburn hire…someone who will go along with the PTB and did not cost much up front. You usually get what you pay for, so I don’t expect much from Hugh Freeze. If Mr. Freeze does an amazing job, I will readily admit that I was wrong.
  2. Auburn needs to find an experienced head coach with the best record possible that has sec experience. If we have to pay more on the front end, so be it. It seems that we have hired coaches in the past that we could get for less money, only to pay them millions to leave. We need someone who is proven and can recruit against Saban, Smart, and Dabo. If we can’t hire such a coach, then maybe hire someone like Grimes.
  3. I hope that Coach Harsin and the football team are successful in the coming years. In my opinion, there are several things that might help make this success possible. I hate the idea of NIL but it is here to stay for at least the near future. The wealthier Auburn fans need to step up to help our football staff recruit, sign and hold on to the best players Auburn can get. It might also be wise for companies to make NIL deals for players that shows outstanding work ethic and game-readiness each week during the season.. Coach Harsin needs to hire an outstanding OC that can recruit lights out and coach the offense. In addition, maybe the quarterbacks could get instructions from outside quarterback trainers over the Summer. If possible, a highly trained sports psychology team could come to campus each year for a training session.with the entire football team. Lastly, I believe Twitter, Facebook, etc. can be extremely toxic. Many people need to think before they type. It’s one thing to say you are disappointed or angry because Auburn loses a football game. However, to belittle or humiliate a coach, player or their family members is entirely unacceptable in my opinion. I have been an Auburn football fan for over 55 years and agree that sometimes we have been our own worst enemy. However, this is not one of those times. We have a real chance to be better in the future. War Eagle!
  4. If families of coaches are not off limits as far as posts go, they should be. I believe no one on this site has the right to judge how they look, dress, or act. That’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it!
  5. Thank you Zeek! You did a great job today.
  6. I am thrilled that Tank is staying!!!! He should do very well next year.
  7. Mrs Bigsby has a point. It appears that Auburn fans have been brutal in their criticism of certain players last year and this year. Some of us forget that most these players are kids. It is sad to me that fans can’t express their frustrations and disappointment in a nicer manner. What happen to the golden rule?
  8. I agree that Jay Gouge has been an excellent president of Auburn University. I hope the BOT will find a great hire to step in and continue the good work that is being done now at Auburn.
  9. Shaun Shiver is one of my favorite college football players ever! He is a class act and tough as nails. Best of luck to him as he enters the next phase of his life.
  10. I hate this for Bo Nix and the team. When Auburn fans see him on campus or wherever, they should thank him for the successes he did have this season….and wish him well!
  11. This is embarrassing...why can’t they go after Cristobal or Napier until they get which ever one they can get? Hiring a coach that the fans and students aren’t excited about seems detrimental to our football program.
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