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  1. It's the same broken record every year. Another underwhelming season, wins one big game, and he gets it. I'm pretty sure 75% of the forum said the same thing after Auburn crushed Memphis.
  2. That kind of showing would get you canned at most Div. 1 schools from a power five conference let alone a 7 year contract extension with an absurd buy out.
  3. This sounds like a nearly identical response to the one that was made about Chip Lindsay when he arrived as the OC.
  4. Maybe Auburn doesn't belong in the SECW. since they can't even beat thge likes of Wisconsin or UCF in bowl games. There's a Good chance I'll be adding Purdue to that list shortly.
  5. You can say this but he got out of coaching because of his heart. He came back to coaching when he realized it wasn't his heart, but a severe case of acid reflux. Florida had a head coach and Ohio State was a much bigger opportunity on a much grander staged than Florida ever was. It's not like Alabama, Georgia or LSU had job offers for him to consider. He won two national championships when the SEC was at it's peak. I don't think he'd have a problem coaching in this Conference if the right opportunity came along.
  6. What would the college bowl games (Auburn is 1-4 in their last 5 btw), high school recruitment reports and NFL draft say about your reading comprehension? I didn't say the Big 10 was a better conference than the SEC ((this year), ( taking Alabama out of the equation, it's closer than you would like to believe)), I said it was more than competitive. If he can coach in a high octane environment like Ohio State and succeed, he can certainly coach and succeed in the SEC ( He's already done it.)
  7. Newsflash... the Big 10 is more than competitive. If he can survive Ohio State, he can can certainly coach in the SEC.
  8. Christmas came early. He literally has no shot of being anything more than a team's desperation third string QB but I guess that still beats another year in Gus Malzahn's system, learning nothing and losing even more credability.
  9. Should have made Ryan Davis the QB. He's more accurate than Stidham and has more poise in the pocket.
  10. You're right. We could be Florida State. Otherwise, this is by far the worst. Auburn came into the season with playoff aspirations and they lost five games, ousted yet again by its two biggest rivals and another late game meltdown against LSU. The Citadel actually has a better coached offernsive line than Auburn. They had 275 yards rushing against Alabama and 4.6 yards per rush. Auburn had 130 yards of rushing offense and 3.0 yards per rush. Just let that sink in for a second. I'm glad he got a chance to celebrate that interception return against lowly Liberty last week because Gus truly is the king of the little people.
  11. Gus Malzahn might be the easiest coach in the country to make halftime adjustments asgainst. Auburn's 2nd half offense has been nothing short of a trainwreck the last two seasons.
  12. Why? Auburn scored a second half touchdown which is actually a slight improvement.
  13. Stidham is the worst Auburn QB I've seen on a football field since Jeremy ajohnson.
  14. We're recruiting just fine. The problem is player development. Other teams and I won't mention names because people get bent out of shape when I make comparisons but, they (other teams) tend to get more out of their top talent/recruits than Auburn seems to get out of theirs. This has been going on for quite some time. You can be the top team in the country in recruiting but those players still have to be developed and put in a position where they can succeed.
  15. I have no doubt the players will play hard, no doubt the coach will be proud of the player's fight, no doubt this will be a learning experience and no doubt Auburn will improve as a team after this loss. I promise you that.