PowerOfDixieland

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About PowerOfDixieland

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    Jay Jacobs' Accountability Partner
  • Birthday 09/23/1965

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    AU Class of '88 - Economics
    Baseball (Nix and Baird); Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    Vestavia Hills (Anderson and Dunn)
    Jesus Christ Is Lord
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  1. Stidham not allowed to audible

    Well....John Franklin, Woody Barrett, Jason Smith, Stanton Truitt, Malik Willis.
  2. Stidham not allowed to audible

    My God, you're right. The guy is getting paid nearly $4 Million to do what he's doing. Ridiculous.
  3. 'Cause this week is so much different than the Clemson week, or the Chuck Person week, or the Corey Myers week, or.....
  4. Stidham not allowed to audible

    It is the single most hated play that Saban has ever seen. Went nuts about how it is impossible to defend. And so we mothball it.
  5. Now that we have (hopefully) calmed down

    Did anyone ever call you a "Yes Man"? 982 posts and 832 likes? You must be easy like Sunday morning.
  6. One mitigating factor

    Hell no. We don't even think about throwing to the backs. Not even as a dump option. Edit: I do think we attempted the wheel against LSU. Devan Barrett, who hasn't been in a game in what a month(?), came in for that play. And everybody over ten years old said "Here comes...."
  7. Stidham not allowed to audible

    I'm convinced that our read option, which only seemed to exist when Marshall was here, was never actually a read but a predetermined call. I'd be willing to bet the pass to Coates in the Iron Bowl that caught everybody by surprise was exactly what your talking about. That play has not been seen since...Nick Marshall doing what Nick Marshall was capable of and Gus too stupid to realize.
  8. Stidham not allowed to audible

    I believe there is a lawsuit coming whereby a highly recruited player sues a coach for breach of contract. Gus should be the first defendant.
  9. Stidham not allowed to audible

    It's done from the sideline. Because they know better from over there.
  10. Stidham not allowed to audible

    In the first round of the 1980 state playoffs we ran "check with me at the line" for the entire second half. Danny Salchert called every play for the last two quarters. For a Buddy Anderson coached team. Oh yeah, won a state championship that year....
  11. Stidham not allowed to audible

    This is not news. No Malzahn quarterback has ever changed or called a play at the line. Ever. And that's not something that is ever going to happen.
  12. Time frame to replace an AD?

    Reading into this, I can only imagine your connection is through church. He is a wolf in sheep's clothing.
  13. Time frame to replace an AD?

    Jacobs is far more than simply incapable...he is flat out evil. And this darkness permeates every area of the athletics department.
  14. Time frame to replace an AD?

    In the lawsuit, Davis claims prior to July 2014 he discovered "between 3,500 and 3,800" seats in the Tigers Unlimited donor area of Jordan-Hare Stadium were not being sold through Tigers Unlimited, but instead sold at face value. Fans pay a "donation" ranging from $140 to $3,000 for the right to priority seating, which was alleged to have been waived. Upon alerting Auburn athletics chief operating officer David Benedict of the discrepancy, Davis was later told to "keep his head down and mouth shut" about those tickets. Of course Davis was painted as a scumbag by Jacobs plants and became the only person in the athletic department investigated about some sort of bogus gambling charge and was ultimately terminated. This guy was at the top of TUF priority ticket sales. This whole story was completely swept under the rug...and Jacobs got off scot free.
  15. Time frame to replace an AD?

    Not to mention every coaching hire he's ever bumbled his way through.