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  1. Sorting out the mess: How secure is Gus Malzahn as Auburn head coach? In the wake of a frankly embarrassing 7-5 regular season which included blowout "Amen Corner" losses to archrivals Georgia and Alabama, Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn has arguably his lowest level of fan base support since 2013. The lack of confidence in Malzahn is by all evidence not limited to rabid Auburn fans, but is pervasive among Auburn power brokers who reportedly have worked to press Auburn president Stephen Leath and AD Allen Greene to find a way to move on from the Malzahn era immediately. Join Coach John Ray and Doug Dean for the discussion as Bowl season is upon us! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast...uid=http://auburnfootballallaccess.com/?p=377 http://traffic.libsyn.com/auburnallaccess/AUFAA_Podcast_Episode_186_11.27.2018.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
  2. Not to drag this thread into another dimension, but a small addendum to my original comment: "Fairly" does NOT include Steve Shaw and the "replay officials" sequestered in the Birmingham viper pit for their weekly bama watch party.
  3. Gotta be coaching.....they don't get better without it. Can't really understand why it took as long as it did. Hope a lot of it carries over to next year.
  4. I meant for that to be my (subtle) point. Sad that we haven’t gotten him more PT this season. Sometimes we couldn’t afford it, but some times we could/should have.
  5. I thought Willis was much more unselfish with the ball than earlier in the year. His reads were spot on, and he threw the ball better. Not great, but better. Just needs more experience/confidence.
  6. As Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn tries to pick up the pieces from yet another embarrassing loss to archrival Georgia in Athens, a very disappointing 2018 season result of 7-5 looms as likely with the remaining two games including a likely win over Liberty this Saturday, followed by what appears a near impossible road game against No. 1 ranked, undefeated Alabama on November 24th. Join Coach John Ray and Doug Dean for the discussion of where things stand with Malzahn, and with Auburn football heading into next season as Gus appears likely to return for his 7th season as head coach. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/auburn-football-all-access-podcast/id1035444441?mt=2 http://traffic.libsyn.com/auburnallaccess/AUFAA_Podcast_Episode_184_11.16.2018.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
  7. So do I. But everybody involved in the program bears some responsibility. We are absolutely poorly coached, and that is on Coach Rain Man. But players have to do their job as well.
  8. Join Doug and me as we look back the Tigers win over the Aggies, AD Allen Greene's support of Gus Malzahn as Auburn's "coach of the future," and the renewal of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry between the hedges this Saturday night! http://traffic.libsyn.com/auburnallaccess/AUFAA_Podcast_Episode_183_11.8.2018.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/auburn-football-all-access-podcast/id1035444441?mt=2
  9. I agree, and meant to mention him in my original post! He looked like a future stud.
  10. Thanks! I’ll take all of those I can get!!
  11. It has mainly been the running backs. With a Kam Martin or Shivers, I can understand it. But with Miller and Whitlow, I see no reason for it.