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    Pump The Brakes!

    At this point playoffs is not even in my mind. I want them to get it together and make a good bowl game and win it this time. I just don't see them having a complete 180 and solving all these problems as much as I want them to.
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    I know it's only been two games but...

    Well we kinda saw that in this game when there was miscommunication and he was pissed at Gus. I know exactlyy what you mean though. There was a clip shown where he got into NCM for not running a route correctly on practice though.
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    Stidham's Accuracy

    I've been trying to defend him but I can't anymore Somebody must be upset he didn't get engaged to them and thereby....
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    Post game Arkansas thread

    Getting real cringeworthy seeing Jarrett do designed runs and runs off read options. We have to do it in this offense but it's not good. When was the last time Slayton caught a deep pass? Either he's getting violated by a db or Jarret over throws him. Why??????
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    Post game Arkansas thread

    The same may apply for next week. And I definitely did not watch that game or any other game for the most part...I tried to trick myself into thinking that I'm just a pure CFB fan but if my team is not performing to the best of their ability I really don't care for CFB season that much.
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    Post game Arkansas thread

    Gonna need prayer, aspirin, and therapy for amen corner....
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    Post game Arkansas thread

    Bring on Hugh Freeze....What could go wrong?
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    Post game Arkansas thread

    Somebody put a hex on Stidham. Plain and Simple.
  9. Commited to AU at the end of summer Recruiting Cookout event, 7/28/18 12 offers+ - Major offers - AU, Bama, UGA, LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M Kennedy is rated as the No. 15 outside linebacker in the 2020 class, the No. 9 player in Alabama and the 228th-ranked player in the country.
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    Jalen Harris to redshirt then transfer

    Ole' reliable. Keep it in my back pocket
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    Jalen Harris to redshirt then transfer

    Afraid the same thing happens with Joiner. Not lying but not being utilized the way he was promised to be.
  12. Updated (6/16/18): Jamond commits to AU! 6 offers- AU, OM, ARK, MSS, SoM,TX, and TN CB'd to AU by Kieth & Ole Miss Reporters on 5/22 Decomitted from Ole Miss 5/22
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    All Things NFL Thread

    This is bullcrap. It's one game. I know it was bad but he could've made up for it. You just cut your other kicker in favor of him and now this.
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    All Things NFL Thread

    I still can't believe Vontae Davis retired at halftime. Where they do that at????
  15. Auburn lacks the respect it deserves, but that can change with win against LSU Joseph Goodman It's almost like Auburn is the third wheel of the SEC right now. The conference has powerhouses Alabama and Georgia, and, oh, yeah, there's Auburn, the awkward friend who won't go away and just can't take a hint. Makes a great artichoke spinach dip, though. Alabama is the No. 1 team in the country, and Georgia is No. 3 in a conference that feels a lot like a two-team league (plus one). Sitting in the backseat on the way to the party right now is No.7 Auburn. Why isn't Auburn getting the respect it deserves? Two weeks into the season and the Tigers still have the best victory of any team in the country. On top of that, Auburn is the last team to beat Alabama, has one of the best quarterbacks in the country and is led by a defense that's loaded with future NFL talent. Is it the schedule? "When you look at our schedule, it's a man's schedule," Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said on Tuesday. "There are not too many schedules out in the country like ours." Such is life when one of your rivals has the best coach in the history of the game (Alabama's Nick Saban), and the other rival has that guy's longtime apprentice (Georgia's Kirby Smart). Alabama has quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who is spitting out touchdowns like a Pez dispenser at a candy convention. Georgia just ragdolled South Carolina coach Will Muschamp back into four more years of insignificance. There's no question Auburn isn't receiving the same attention and hype to start this season as its two rivals, but maybe that's about to change. Team Tag Along plays No.12 LSU at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium. It's the CBS game of the week, and Auburn's first SEC home game. It also might be the most important game at Jordan-Hare Stadium all season. This Auburn team has the resume, and the roster. Its coach is just lacking the right reputation. Auburn hasn't started a season 3-0 since 2014. The Tigers will play bigger games this season, but this one feels a lot like a must win with away tests against Mississippi State, Georgia and Alabama out there in October and November. Can Auburn survive a loss here? History says yes, but this road would be considerably more difficult than 2013 and 2017. Auburn lost to LSU those seasons and still made the SEC Championship game, but the Tigers played Georgia and Alabama at home. Make no mistake. This is another statement game for Malzahn, whose had a lot of them lately. He's forcing Auburn into the conversation despite all of Alabama and Georgia's successes, but there's one reputation he still needs to shake. His teams have a recent history of struggling when things start going well. Exhibit A: Mississippi State 38, Auburn 23 in 2014. Exhibit B: Georgia 13, Auburn 6 in 2016. Exhibit 😄 LSU 27, Auburn 23 in 2017. The Tigers haven't lost a home game against an SEC opponent since the third week of the season two years ago. In that SEC home opener, Auburn was favored against Texas A&M but lost 29-16. Another loss like that would be devastating for a coach who, despite his new contract, still isn't unquestionably beloved by his fanbase. Auburn opened this week favored by 10.5 points against LSU, which is an unusually high number for such a close rivalry. Malzahn, after all, is 2-3 against LSU during his time as Auburn's head coach, and his team blew a 20-point lead last year in Baton Rouge. It's one year later, but that loss is still eating at Malzahn. He rolled his eyes in frustration on Tuesday when forced to remember the game. "Anytime you're up 20 to nothing -- and we lost -- there are a lot of lessons to be learned," he said. Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham completed 1 of 9 passing attempts in the fourth quarter of that horrendous second half. He couldn't handle the pressure. Since that loss, Stidham has defeated No.1 Alabama, No.1 Georgia and No. 6 Washington. In other words, Auburn should have more respect right now. Of that there is no question. The Tigers are the defending SEC West champs, and they've already beaten the No.6 team in the country. How do you go from being a third wheel among the SEC's elite teams to forcing your way into a triumvirate? Easy. Win the games you're supposed to win.
  16. Link Way too long to post but really good, in-depth article.
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    GAME THREAD: Auburn vs. LSU

    Is Brahms really still not ready?
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    GAME THREAD: Auburn vs. LSU

    And Jawja
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    GAME THREAD: Auburn vs. LSU

    That's actually a legit question.
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    GAME THREAD: Auburn vs. LSU

    Facemask has to be the most maddening penalty
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    GAME THREAD: Auburn vs. LSU

    J Davis knee got bent bad