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  1. aubiefifty

    Sessions gets blowback

    have you heard the audio of the little girl reciting her families phone number over and over......like she was taught to do if she was ever separated from her family? i am not a literal larry but i refuse to try to act all cute when most of these children came to the greatest country in the world to escape extreme poverty or violence or all of the above. i am not in the mood to act all cute when kids are ripped from their families. i have not done it but i understand why some folks might call you names. and regardless of your lie about it being different if obama did it is just not true. i would have been all over him as well even tho it appears him and bush tried to handle the thing in a more caring way. common decency should have no masters. and i have not yet seen you say you did not like the policy. maybe i missed it but at this point you do not get the benefit of the doubt from me.
  2. aubiefifty

    Sessions gets blowback

    sorry nola i do not have to try again. just because you are not willing to understand what folks are saying is your problem and not mine.
  3. aubiefifty

    Mr. Barkley can be entertaining

    charles just misspoke. i know a bunch of folks that are musicians have met him in a certain club in leeds and even thos that are bama fans say he is a great guy, funny, and treat everyone the same. and one friends band got him to play bass on a song. yep..charles can play bass. now is he going to get signed to any record contracts? nope but i heard he was better than one might think.
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    Sessions gets blowback

    well china has child labor so i assume it has a lot to do with the price...get me?
  5. aubiefifty

    Sessions gets blowback

    you implied that us on the left do not care about chrisitanity OR the kids other than a political stunt.....now i cannot stop you from pulling that crap out of your azz but when you start defaming christians on the left i am gonna call you out. show me a link on this nola. you might come up with a link but i bet it is from a blod or some crap and not the truth. as far as obama.if he was doing the same exact thing i would be all over him.
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    Sessions gets blowback

    i would loe to see the link where trump is trying to change this. pardons if i do not hold my breath.
  7. aubiefifty

    Sessions gets blowback

    dude.......come on man. you stir the pot like a lot of us ok?
  8. aubiefifty

    Sessions gets blowback

    truth. if i had known it was going on in 2014 i would have been pretty upset then as well. try again.
  9. aubiefifty

    nick and tre showing out......

    big step..............lol
  10. aubiefifty

    2019 4* SDE/DT Jaren Handy Commits to AU!!!

    i stand corrected but it was a joke.........you could have just rolled with it.................waves
  11. aubiefifty

    prince tega continues to work

    i did that on purpose...........nothing wrong with a little fun.
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    nick and tre showing out......

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  13. timesdaily.com AUBURN FOOTBALL: Freshmen could contribute in 2018 | Sports Josh Vitale For the TimesDaily 4-5 minutes AUBURN — Auburn added 13 scholarship newcomers to its roster late last week and will add at least four more later this summer. What role might those players have in the fall? Perhaps a bigger one than they might have had in years past. Until this year, many of the summer arrivals might have trended toward redshirting their true freshman campaigns. That may still be the case for some, if not most of them. But because of a new rule passed by the NCAA Division I football council last week, players are now allowed to appear in up to four games and still take a redshirt, maintaining four years of eligibility. Here’s a closer look at those newcomers — 16 true freshmen and a junior graduate transfer — position by position: RB — Harold Joiner, Shaun Shivers These two players could not be more different, but both could carve out unique roles in Auburn’s running back corps as soon as this season. Joiner (6-foot-4, 213 pounds) is listed as a running back but viewed by the Tigers as a hybrid talent who could play H-back and tight end. The 5-foot-7, 173-pound Shivers rushed for 2,141 yards for a state champion Chaminade-Madonna Prep team and was among the fastest sprinters in Florida as a senior. He could quickly become a factor in the Tigers’ perimeter run game. WR — Matthew Hill, Anthony Schwartz, Seth Williams Schwartz hasn’t arrived on campus (he’s still running his way through the summer track circuit), but once he does, his speed could give him an opportunity at wide receiver while Eli Stove and Will Hastings continue their recovery from ACL injuries. Those injuries could also open up more opportunities for the bigger Hill and Williams, but they’ll have to fight with the more established Darius Slayton, Nate Craig-Myers and Marquis McClain for touches on the outside. OL — Jack Driscoll, Jalil Irvin, Kameron Stutts New (and also returning) offensive line coach J.B. Grimes didn’t recruit either Irvin or Stutts, but he sees the former at center and the latter at guard. Given what Auburn already has at both spots, it’s unlikely that either player sees the field much this season, if at all. Driscoll, on the other hand, should be a real factor this fall. The graduate transfer from UMass has two years of eligibility remaining — and head coach Gus Malzahn already has stated that he’ll be a part of the competition at right tackle. The newcomer starting opposite Price Tega Wanogho on Auburn’s Week 1 offensive line is possible. DL — Richard Jibunor, Caleb Johnson, Coynis Miller, Kayode Oladele There might be no area of the roster deeper than defensive line, where the Tigers return nine veterans. Jibunor at buck, Johnson and Oladele at defensive end, and Miller at tackle will team up with versatile JUCO signee Daquan Newkirk (coming off an Achilles injury) to compete for playing time behind the talented holdovers from last season. LB — Michael Harris, Zakoby McClain Harris and McClain are probably headed the way of K.J. Britt and Chandler Wooten, who were Auburn’s two freshmen at the position last year and spent most of their time playing on special teams and as reserves. DB — Roger McCreary Auburn already has Jamel Dean, Javaris Davis, Noah Igbinoghene, Jordyn Peters, John Broussard Jr. and Traivon Leonard, among others, at cornerback and nickel. The Tigers’ coaching staff likes the speedy three-star corner from Mobile, but he’ll have plenty of competition ahead of him on the depth chart. ATH — Kolbi Fuqua Fuqua played both wide receiver and defensive back at Cordova High and is listed at both positions on Auburn’s roster. Malzahn pointed to him as someone who could play both sides of the ball when he signed in February. P — Arryn Siposs Perhaps none of Auburn’s 17 newcomers are headed for a bigger role than the former professional Australian rules football player, who might have sewn up the starting punter gig as soon as he signed his letter of intent. The Tigers ranked 102nd nationally averaging 39.47 yards per punt in 2017. Siposs comes from the home of the last five Ray Guy Award winners and has a cannon for a leg.
  14. Auburn believes Prince Tega Wanogho could ascend to ‘all-conference’ level at left tackle Josh Vitale | AU Writer Follow on Twitter Like on Facebook Jun 19, 2018 Updated 3 hrs ago The biggest thing J.B. Grimes wanted to teach Prince Tega Wanogho this past spring was how to use his hands better at left tackle. The rising junior had already been blessed with all the size he needed at 6-foot-7 and 307 pounds. He wasn’t short on athleticism, either: He grew up playing soccer in his native Nigeria, came to the United States to play basketball and began his football career at defensive end. But his hands needed work. The veteran offensive line coach noticed that as soon as he turned on the tape after returning to the Plains this offseason. An offensive lineman is supposed to keep his hands inside a rushing defender. Wanogho wanted to spread his wide like he was guarding a ball-handler driving toward the basket. Grimes started by slapping standard-issue rubber handcuffs on Wanogho during drills. He’s so strong that he broke three pairs, which is something his coach had never seen before in all his years of coaching. But the feeling eventually stuck. “I saw him, from Day 1 to Day 15, make extremely good strides when it came to that,” Grimes said in Cullman last month. “He’s a gifted guy. He’s got a lot of ability.” So much ability that Wanogho secured the starting left tackle job before the end of the spring and flashed the potential for — in Grimes’ opinion — much, much more. “I’ve got him rated right now as a guy that is a really good starter in the SEC, and I think he’s ascending,” Auburn’s offensive line coach said. “I think he could ascend into an all-conference type player.” Wanogho certainly won’t surprise anybody this season. He did last year, when his candidacy for the starting left tackle job only seemed to materialize during the latter part of fall camp. Auburn came out of spring practice in 2017 with Darius James at left tackle, Marquel Harrell at left guard, Austin Golson at Center, Mike Horton at right guard and Braden Smith at right tackle. Wanogho mounted a challenge in the fall, and when the season opened Sept. 2, he was at left tackle, James was at right tackle, Smith was at right guard, Horton was at left guard and Harrell was out of the starting five. There may be some shuffling this fall, but not at Wanogho’s spot. Smith, James, Golson and Casey Dunn al graduated after last season. Wanogho, Harrell and Horton are the only three players with starting experience at the SEC level, and Grimes has already cemented them as the foundation of his offensive line. The battles will rage on only at center and right tackle. “Prince's ceiling is very high. He's very talented. He does have experience, and he's a guy that we have challenged to take that next step,” head coach Gus Malzahn said this spring. “He's starting to be more vocal and starting to be more a leader. And that's what Coach Grimes is looking for. He's looking for leaders up front. I've been very encouraged with that.” That’s what made the strides Wanogho took with his technique this spring so crucial. He won the starting job out of fall camp last season, but he didn’t keep it all season. Auburn made a change to its starting five after allowing 28 tackles for loss and 16 sacks through the first four games of the season. Golson moved to left tackle and Dunn entered the lineup at center. Wanogho started just three of the Tigers’ final 10 games. This season, Wanogho is going to be counted on to help anchor an offensive line that could be breaking in two first-time starters. Grimes feels like he has what it takes as long as his fundamentals are where they’re supposed to be. “I see myself making great improvements,” Wanogho said. “I feel like now is the right time to take the next step and be a leader for the younger guys coming up. That's what I try to do every day out there.” Josh Vitale is the Auburn beat writer for the Opelika-Auburn News. You can follow him on Twitter at @AUBlog. To reach him by email, click here. so often there are two headlines on articles. you have seen mine which was a gotcha. but besides that there are still two more. one inside the post and yet here is the headline designed to get me to click.........and it worked So much ability that Wanogho secured the starting left tackle job before the end of the spring and flashed the potential for — in Grimes' opinion — much, much more . . . Opelika-Auburn News so it seems that so far prince has won a starting job..............awesome!
  15. aubiefifty

    2019 4* SDE/DT Jaren Handy Commits to AU!!!

    have we got anything in place to give these mississippi linemen the bong test so we do not get embarrassed on draft night just saying? lol