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  1. Auburn Football All-Access Podcast, Episode 166 Coach John Ray and Doug Dean break down the Auburn vs UCF Chik-Fil-A Peach Bowl All good things got to come to an end, be it podcast show seasons, or football seasons. And for the Auburn Tigers, “very good” is perhaps an apt descriptor for the 2017 season, though not great, having come up one game short of the college football playoff. Join show cohosts Coach John Ray and Doug Dean, as they break down a likely “who wants it more” matchup between the Auburn Tigers and UCF in the first big New Year’s Day Bowl game, the Chik-Fil-A Peach Bowl in Atlanta.
  2. Enjoy boys & girls. E5 had to have a little fun at UCF RB Adrian Killin’s expense in the intro lead-in! Auburn All-Access Podcast, Episode 165: The Tigers to capitalize on Big Six Bowl momentum While missing the college football playoff scene with a loss in the SEC Championship game, Gus Malzahn's Auburn Tigers have the enviable position of playing in a New Year's Day "Big Six" Bowl game against the only undefeated team in the country, UCF, in the Chik-Fil-A Peach Bowl. Malzahn's staff has capitalized on the opportunity to get valuable work for the younger players who will be counted on to make the 2018 season special as the Tigers return 18 starters from the 2017 season. Join cohosts Coach John Ray and Doug Dean as they break down where the Auburn program stands now, in contrast to a tumultuous SEC field which is marked by numerous head coaching changes. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
  3. Semper Fi, Brother!
  4. Thanks for the kind words, guys!
  5. This week's show is up. Join us as we look back at the SECCG and the wild rollercoaster of a season. Thanks for your support of the show this year...... Taking stock of a wild, roller coaster 2017 Auburn season Although every major Power Five conference football team sets their sights on a conference or national football championship in the preseason, once the dust settles, a 10+ win season and New Year’s Bowl berth is considered a success. Such is the case for the Auburn Tigers, who rode an improbable streak in November, taking down No. 1 ranked Georgia and No. 1 ranked Alabama, only to run out of gas in the SEC Championship Game to Georgia 28-7. Join Coach John Ray and Doug Dean as they take stock of the season, and the future with a stable coaching staff, and recruiting season dead ahead. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
  6. Here are this week's Game Notes from Georgia.... And here are Auburn's Game Notes.....
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  8. In the uga game and this one, he has taken his game to another level. He was a HUGE factor in both.
  9. Yes, it is taught. Nobody else gets away with it consistently.
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  11. You just MAY detect an evil laugh during the show from Coach Ray, and E5! Enjoy . . . Auburn Football All-Access Podcast, Episode 160, Nov. 15, 2017 If the November 11th game against Georgia was a referendum on Auburn Coach Gus Malzahn's job security, you can go ahead and end any and all talk of any proverbial hot seat. All Malzahn's Tigers did was absolutely dominate the No. 1 ranked Bulldogs from start to finish. And remarkably, most believe the now No. 6 ranked Tigers truly do control their own destiny, and should they find a way to run the table through ULM this Saturday, then Bama in the Iron Bowl, and a rematch with Georgia in the SEC Championship Game, they are in the four team playoff. Join show co-hosts Coach John Ray and Doug Dean for the analysis! Go HERE for it: Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
  12. Alexava, you may be "more right" than I am on your opinion of Cox. I typically just watch the game and "report" what I thought I saw. I'm sure I'm right some and wrong some. In his defense, Cox might have the toughest job on the offense, other than quarterback. It is tough to block good athletes in open space; sometimes you're gonna win, and sometimes the other guy is gonna win. In any event, kudos to you for voicing your take. On your point about resting KJ in the second half this week....I'm not sure I wouldn't hold him out of the game altogether unless he is needed. He has taken some major pounding in recent weeks.