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Britt in GA

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  • Birthday 10/01/1974

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    Auburn University Athletics; Golf; Bird Hunting
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    Watkinsville, GA
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  1. The nice thing about this is that his parents are Auburn grads
  2. The white tailgate tent setups at the AU Hotel & Conference Center are part of the University Parking system and not Tailgate Guys. Same principal, but separate entities. We have one of the six spots and I purchased it while searching for AU parking. AU Hotel provides catering options with a discount, 2 parking places, and security. We don't get all the other tailgate catering options that Tailgate Guys has available, but we bring our own stuff anyways. I do like having use of the hotel restrooms and the security is nice having someone watch your stuff while you go to the game.
  3. I lived off Samford Ave and walked to class. I had breakfast there every morning. I loved the bacon, fried egg, & cheese sandwiches at the BBQ House.
  4. That was a much more articulated response. Way to use your words.
  5. Cringing is what you were doing in the corner. I was trying to help you out.
  6. What kind of horse sh*t is this? Last I checked, we have won a national title since Oklahoma and Texas have and played for another. Both of these happened while the greatest coach in CFB history roamed the sidelines in Tuscaloosa and we had a guy coaching for us running a high school offense. I understand that recruiting is going to have to go up a notch, but Auburn is not laying down for anybody. I highlighted a few things from the Auburn Creed for you. The Auburn Creed I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore, I believe in work, hard work. I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully. I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men. I believe in a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities. I believe in obedience to law because it protects the rights of all. I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all. I believe in my Country, because it is a land of freedom and because it is my own home, and that I can best serve that country by "doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with my God." And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it. -George Petrie (1943)
  7. Haha, Dave does state that if it were just being good with math, a person wouldn't be in debt.
  8. You almost don't want to give Malzahn any credit for those wins any longer based on how handicapped our team was. The old saying it's more about the Jimmy's and Joe's than the X's and O's. It sounds to me that those players put it all out there and won those games with heart. Add in some big breaks/calls going our way. Also, some game-time decisions by bammer (Kick 6 coverage by the Max Protect FG unit).
  9. I was watching the coaching clinic video that Bird posted. Mason said in there that at one point at Stanford, they only had 9 Defensive linemen on the roster because that's all that could get into the school. Therefore, they had to play a lot and his D-Line coach made them tougher by going old school and doing drills like monkey rolls and the like. It just reinforces the fact that recruiting the right student-athletes to those kind of schools is hard.
  10. True that! It's a different team with him on the court. Living in the Athens area, it sure was nice watching him go off on UGA last night, even if I had to watch it on TV.
  11. I'm not a coach and I don't particularly go around looking to shoot holes in theories. Having said that, you only get so much time at the beginning of Spring ball and Fall camp to do installs. Trying to run that many systems within a single week/game would be maddening and hard to teach to a bunch of 18-21 year-olds. Just my opinion. I could be wrong and oftentimes have been.
  12. Yessir, you most certainly are correct. I have to say it sure feels better to be on this end of the coaching hires than the receiving end of the poaching of coaches. By that I mean, a few years ago with Muschamp & his defensive coaches heading to South Crackalacky.
  13. Well, this makes me feel a little better about losing to them this past season. If this is the trade off, I'll take it.
  14. 2018 Tennessee game. That sealed the deal for me and I was over Gus. I supported him the whole way until that game. At that point, I knew the writing was on the wall and our time with him should be over.
  15. If we could only somehow feed them a bunch of sandwiches and fill them out into some O-Linemen. Most tight ends have the frame and this used to be a thing back in the day.
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