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lionheartkc

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About lionheartkc

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  1. Roll call Mizzou

    To all Auburn Fans attending the Auburn at Missouri game on Saturday, Sept. 23 Here is some helpful information as you travel to Columbia, Mo. Game time is 6:30 p.m. CT on ESPNU. Gates open at 5:00 p.m WEAR ORANGE! Tiger Walk: The team will arrive at the South end of Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field around 4:15 p.m. Auburn Ticket Pick up (Player/Guest Will Call) is located at Gate 6W (also for any tickets purchased through the Auburn Ticket Office where “Will Call” was selected). Missouri Gameday Page (tailgating information, parking maps): http://mutigers.com/index.aspx?path=mg Please be aware of some policies at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field: Public gates open 90 minutes prior to kick Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field observes the clear bag policy Accessible parking is available in Lot M-ADA for $30 beginning at 8 a.m. day of game. No passes will be sold in advance for parking in this lot. Gameday Parking: Public Parking: http://mutigers.com/documents/2017/5/30//gd_public_parking_map_17.pdf?id=9788 RV Parking: https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/mizzou/EN/buy/details/17RV04AU Shuttles: http://mutigers.com/documents/2017/8/21//17_mg_fb_map_shuttles.pdf?id=9829 Stadium Maps: The Auburn visiting team tickets are seated in the Lower Level Sections: 5-1; Upper Level Sections: A, B, R, S, T, and Sections: 301-303 & 313-315. http://mutigers.com/sports/2015/3/19/faurot_chart.aspx?path=mg& Visitor’s Travel Guide: http://mutigers.com/sports/2015/3/19/travel.aspx?path=travel& The Kansas City Auburn Club will be tailgating at the Southwest corner of Parking Structure #7. We'll be happy to share, but in case we don't have enough, bring your own beverages, chairs, etc.
  2. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    No... what's pathetic is a core of the Auburn fanbase, which once prided itself in not only being gracious in victory but also in defeat, has turned into a bunch of bitching and moaning haters who not only can't wait to throw blame all over the place, but even more inexplicably, can't admit that their over-hyped QB was not the most talented or well coached (even though he was coached by the mighty Briles family) QB on the field, that our first time starter laden defensive line was not as talented as Clemson's line that has 3 potential All-Americans on it, that our O-Line, which many of us questioned pre-season, doesn't have the talent in the tackle positions to handle an all-star defensive line, and that our defensive backs, who are coached by probably the most football knowledgeable coach on our staff, still play the player and not the ball and get burned because of it. YES our coaches didn't get the job done, but I would argue that it wasn't the play calling, it was the preparation. I don't think we had a big enough playbook ready to allow for better play calling. Even with that, however, the fact that people are not showing any respect to our opponent and acting like we lost to a team we should have beat instead of could have beat makes me a little sick. And pardon me, because I usually don't call people out on here, but WDE, I have to say, what happened to you man? You used to be one of the coolest guys on here, and to be honest, you've become kind of a jerk. In any case, this place is going down the negative hill at full speed. Posters who used to be tempered and logical are full blow negative nancys and to be honest, I don't need any more negativity in my life right now so I've got to walk away. If anyone needs me you can private message me, but I have bigger things going on in my life and I need positivity to get through those. War Eagle.
  3. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    I'd just love to come here and see AU fans saying kudos to Clemson for playing a great game instead of Gus sucks, Chip sucks, Stidham sucks, our O-Line sucks, Kodi sucks, etc. Guess I expect too much, because all I got for my efforts was to add lionheartkc sucks to the list. Hope you all have a good night. War Eagle always
  4. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    What's positive about this? I'm just trying to see if people here are even capible of admitting that another team might be better than we are, since everyone is acting like we lost to Sister Mary's School for the Blind, not one of the best teams in the country.
  5. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    I watched the game where they didn't have to really fight for most balls because our DBs weren't actually looking at the ball 90% of the time, and a couple of key passes were placed where only the receiver could make the play. Thanks for the attitude, though.
  6. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    It will be interesting to see how many teams can have an average offensive game against their D. No doubt Stidham, our line, and our receivers showed their inexperience tonight, but their D will be a nightmare for everyone they face. Combine that with a pretty weak schedule and they should coast into the playoffs.
  7. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    Better coached and more talented or experienced at key positions.
  8. How Many of You are Willing to Admit...

    Didn't say they weren't beatable... said they were the better team overall.
  9. ... that we actually just lost to a better team in a defensive battle? There defensive line was better, getting pressure even without blitzing (partially on our O-Line, but Clemson line is very, very good) Their offensive line was better, fairly consistently giving thier QB time to let his passes develop even though our D was playing lights out. Their QB was far more poised and accurate (after we knocked him silly) Their defensive backs did a much better job of playing the ball, after they stopped grabbing our wideouts jerseys Their offensive adjustment was better (or existed), but kudos to Steele for countering it... unfortunately it took 2 scoring drives. I honestly don't think their wide outs were much better. Their success was due primarily to perfectly placed balls and/or our DBs not turning around to play the ball. The only thing that we were more talented at was running, and even that wasn't our best effort, because our run blocking wasn't a match for their D-line. This wasn't us losing to a team that we should have beat. We lost to a better overall team. We should be classy in that loss.
  10. Braden Smith

    I was just reading a local article about Auburn vs. Missouri which, of course, had to mention Braden, since he's a local boy. They said that whenever Coach Hand corrects him, his response is "Yes sir. It will never happen again." If every kid with dreams of the NFL would learn that level of respect and discipline, they'd all have a much better shot.
  11. Hurricane Irma - Clemson game

    I suddenly find myself remember the old Disney cartoons where they animated inanimate objects. I'm imagining the dilapidated old stadium, on it's last legs, smiling with satisfaction because people are playing football in it again.
  12. Hurricane Irma - Clemson game

    I had a condo at Lakewood Commons. Thanks to the all brick construction and the surrounding natural tree break, it was one of the safest places in town. I had people I didn't even know crashing on my floor. We'd take turns running to the parking lot and back to check on the cars. We only saw one tree blow over, but there was a heck of a light show when a substation blew. The next day, we checked on everyone. My buddies had a trailer that had a tree lying parallel to each side, but none made contact. Doesn't get much more blessed (or lucky if that's how you lean) than that.
  13. Hurricane Irma - Clemson game

    Now projections are showing Irma is on track to potentially hit Auburn. It should be between a Tropical Storm and a Depression when it gets there. It will be interesting to compare it to Opal, which went through Auburn when I lived there.
  14. what is conditioning?

    That's a great article. I think what I'm taking about in the article is using stretching exercises to train the Sarcomeres. For instance, in my wife's dance classes, first year students would come in barely able to touch their knees when doing toe touches and, 4 months later, would be able to place their palms on the ground. They would barely be able to spread their legs 90 degrees and would end up in full splits. They would be able to kick about chest height and would end up kicking over their heads. She did all of that through stretching exercises.
  15. National Championships

    Well, if you gave us the Championship we should have had in 2004, and the one we potentially should have had in 2013 (since now it appears FSU cheated), we're tied for 2nd.