WarEagleChemE

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  1. ESPN Preseason FPI Rankings

    It's not that Gus struggles on the road. It's that JHS is a massive home-field advantage for big games that's worth two touchdowns.
  2. 2018 playoff - I’m calling it now

    Dude, don't get your hopes up. They'll only get gussed down.
  3. Do we still protect Gus from Arkansas?

    Every time Auburn seems to regress, the comments always go back to, "It looks like Gus is calling the plays again." It seems like the prevailing attitude is that the players and coordinators are winning in spite of Gus, not because of Gus. Auburn will be fine great with or without Gus. Lastly, if Gus leaves, I ask all who attend the Auburn-Arkansas game next year join me in a "SEVEN MILLION" chant as we're beating them by 40 points in the 4th quarter.
  4. Stidham - Will he stay or will he go?

    KJ should declare before Gus kills him. I know it’s a game, but I’d say it’s ethically questionable (and at the very least, just plain stupid) what Gus does to his RBs. Tre Mason in 2013, Pettway in 2016, KJ this year. (2014 and 2015 were exceptions. In ‘14 we didn’t have a superstar back, and in ‘15, he would’ve rode Robinson the whole season if he could’ve). Pettway and Johnson both have great potential, but another year of Gus and they may not have anything left.
  5. Stidham - Will he stay or will he go?

    I would not draft Stidham. He is a 1-read guy and is very slow to go through his progressions. If his first guy isn’t open, he tends to panic and either throw it away or put his head down and run into a pile. The intent isn’t to bash Stidham (Nick Marhsall did the exact same thing). The difference is that at least Marshall had the speed to outrun the d-linemen. Maybe it’s a Gus thing, since it’s a tendency with our QBs. I think one of the most telling plays today was when Stidham was in a clean pocket and threw the ball away when no one was open. If his initial read isn’t open, he hits the panic button. That won’t fly in the NFL. Quarterbacks like Brady and Roethlisberger know how to let a play develop. As of right now, Stidham does not have the skillset necessary to be a successful NFL quarterback.
  6. ***SECCG -- Auburn vs. Georgia -- Game Thread***

    Everyone notice how Kirby is giving it to Holyfield instead of Chubb when the game is decided.
  7. On the plus side

    This game indirectly confirms that JHS is the best home field advantage in the country.
  8. Aidan Marshall shout out.

    Speaking of punters, does anyone know who #43 is? He was warming up next to Aidan before the game, and he was punting it 10+ yards farther every time.
  9. Secondary

    Let's all give some love to the secondary. A lot of those plays, Hurts had the ball for 6-7 seconds before he... threw it away. It's extremely hard to keep coverage for that long, but our guys didn't let up all night.
  10. The 12th Man

    After tonight, we have the best home-field advantage in the country. It’s worth at least two touchdowns. It was my pleasure to yell for the boys in blue. WDE.
  11. what are the keys to beating Georgia?

    Get the defense that played Clemson and the offense that played Miss St.
  12. Wear Blue for Georgia

    I will be in the student section raining hell on the georgia offense.
  13. FINAL: AU 23 LSU 27 -- Postgame Thread

    Our best receiver is a walk-on.
  14. I hope this game kills recruiting

    Gus doesn't deserve Stidham. Gus doesn't deserve any 4 or 5 star offensive players. These guys work their butts off as teenagers playing football and then their careers go to die at Auburn. When's the last time we've had an offensive player drafted high? If you're a 5-star QB/receiver, stay FAR FAR away from Gus.