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  1. I hate that a lot of people put Caddy in this position to look terrible behind a piecemeal staff and minimal chance to adequately gameplan and prep compared to handling the noise. Some desperate fans really thought this would be a good idea and that this game could be anything but a crap shoot because they don't understand prep, staff, and the Xs and Os.
  2. Its all downhill from here in the 2nd half. Can I make another thread about Deion now and beat the other coaching threads or is this going to be too taboo to do?
  3. Yikes, at this point I think the pressure is a bit much and Robby feels like he needs to do too much. He's starting to make mistakes.
  4. At least we don't have TJ out there, amirite?
  5. I GOTCHU ------------------------------- CLOSED TOPIC REPOST ------------------------------- So.... In lieu of what we've come to know as the regular Harsin 4Q collapse, I'm thinking of coaching candidates and I think that Auburn needs to do something RADICAL. Yes, the traditional Auburn needs to make a move that will shake up the SEC and also probably the fan conversation around the conference. Bring in Deion Sanders. I don't think the board realizes what they'll have the potential to do. This could be bringing back the AU to its former glory and relevance on the national stage. Enough with the stodgy Auburn traditionalism. As you can tell, that was thrown away a long time ago and the Board and leadership instead wear its corpse like some ill-fitting skin suit. Harsin is as far from AU Family as it gets yet he was brought in so I think its fair to say that's gone. The board would have to make a sacrifice and give possibly a sickeningly exorbitant contract & level of control but it would be worth it with all the bells and whistles you get. Recruiting Deion will: Bring in much-needed fan support as Deion brings with him a LOT of die-hard supporters from the SWAC and black football enthusiasts who happen to also have their own team, a lot of them casually fallen in with Bama because Bama has been on top for so long, not out of any association. While this may be seen as a negative, it actually provides a monetary and marketing boost to Auburn by bolstering numbers and metrics. Deion can recruit by virtue of his name. If you want to become DBU once more, you'll see what having Deion in the SEC can do. He'd easily drag in all the top corner, nickel, safety, super-safety, rover, etc talent. Players want to play for a coach who can develop them, but they also don't want to have to risk their experience and development by playing in a conference like the SWAC where the support from the fans is nominal, the facilities are middling, and the academic support usually lags behind due to the employees having fallen into a state of malaise. Deion would bring his Son, who if developed properly could be a legitimate Heisman contender. Shedeur Sanders Stats, News, Bio | ESPN (213) UNDISPUTED | Shannon reacts to Shedeur Sanders throws career high 5 TD to beat Florida A&M 59-3 - YouTube Get this guy into an SEC weight room with SEC Strength and conditioning assets while throwing to SEC-level talent and man.... That'd be scary. I believe he would follow his father and has full transfer portal eligibility. The path to prominence would already be there as there are massive parallels with Saban and Sanders as is. Both are featured together constantly and with them doing an Allstate commercial series together, the automatic dichotomy makes the pairing more enticing for media types which places another level of marketing Hype onto Auburn. Sanders also talks about being overlooked because of existing as an HBCU and if you don't think that annoys him, you're delusional. While he'd like to bring the SWAC and HBCUs to prominence, the path to doing so may not ever be there as fan support is entirely different there. Every SWAC fan has a "Real Team" they support in tandem with their "Black Team" He could possibly want to for a lot of the players who came to the SWAC as recruits but may be getting overlooked because of the competition they're playing against. With Saban getting up there, the transfer portal, and growing SEC, now represents a time for Deion to get a head start on becoming the NEW top dog of this new super conference. I'm thinking that if these are pitched properly and the Board, faced with the slide into obscurity, will get out of its own way, then we can land Deion. And if you watch the Undisputed clip and review the games, you can tell Deion is a good HC. He just needs to bring some good coordinators and position coaches and the results may be magic.
  6. So.... In lieu of what we've come to know as the regular Harsin 4Q collapse, I'm thinking of coaching candidates and I think that Auburn needs to do something RADICAL. Yes, the traditional Auburn needs to make a move that will shake up the SEC and also probably the fan conversation around the conference. Bring in Deion Sanders. I don't think the board realizes what they'll have the potential to do. This could be bringing back the AU to its former glory and relevance on the national stage. Enough with the stodgy Auburn traditionalism. As you can tell, that was thrown away a long time ago and the Board and leadership instead wear its corpse like some ill-fitting skin suit. Harsin is as far from AU Family as it gets yet he was brought in so I think its fair to say that's gone. The board would have to make a sacrifice and give possibly a sickeningly exorbitant contract & level of control but it would be worth it with all the bells and whistles you get. Recruiting Deion will: Bring in much-needed fan support as Deion brings with him a LOT of die-hard supporters from the SWAC and black football enthusiasts who happen to also have their own team, a lot of them casually fallen in with Bama because Bama has been on top for so long, not out of any association. While this may be seen as a negative, it actually provides a monetary and marketing boost to Auburn by bolstering numbers and metrics. Deion can recruit by virtue of his name. If you want to become DBU once more, you'll see what having Deion in the SEC can do. He'd easily drag in all the top corner, nickel, safety, super-safety, rover, etc talent. Players want to play for a coach who can develop them, but they also don't want to have to risk their experience and development by playing in a conference like the SWAC where the support from the fans is nominal, the facilities are middling, and the academic support usually lags behind due to the employees having fallen into a state of malaise. Deion would bring his Son, who if developed properly could be a legitimate Heisman contender. Shedeur Sanders Stats, News, Bio | ESPN (213) UNDISPUTED | Shannon reacts to Shedeur Sanders throws career high 5 TD to beat Florida A&M 59-3 - YouTube Get this guy into an SEC weight room with SEC Strength and conditioning assets while throwing to SEC-level talent and man.... That'd be scary. I believe he would follow his father and has full transfer portal eligibility. The path to prominence would already be there as there are massive parallels with Saban and Sanders as is. Both are featured together constantly and with them doing an Allstate commercial series together, the automatic dichotomy makes the pairing more enticing for media types which places another level of marketing Hype onto Auburn. Sanders also talks about being overlooked because of existing as an HBCU and if you don't think that annoys him, you're delusional. While he'd like to bring the SWAC and HBCUs to prominence, the path to doing so may not ever be there as fan support is entirely different there. Every SWAC fan has a "Real Team" they support in tandem with their "Black Team" He could possibly want to for a lot of the players who came to the SWAC as recruits but may be getting overlooked because of the competition they're playing against. With Saban getting up there, the transfer portal, and growing SEC, now represents a time for Deion to get a head start on becoming the NEW top dog of this new super conference. I'm thinking that if these are pitched properly and the Board, faced with the slide into obscurity, will get out of its own way, then we can land Deion. And if you watch the Undisputed clip and review the games, you can tell Deion is a good HC. He just needs to bring some good coordinators and position coaches and the results may be magic.
  7. So I'm guessing we're going to keep this momentum going into he half right?
  8. Meanwhile Mizzou giving UGA trouble in the opening drive.
  9. The Media needs the flames of the pitchforks stirring because it means they can write more salacious articles about the doom and gloom on the plains and get people checking in all the time to see when Harsin will be fired. And then they get to write coaching search articles which will have extra traffic.
  10. Going to war against the fanbase isn't going to help his dwindling popularity.... That being said, I get what he means and he IS right to an extent. The headline and way he probably said it makes it sound worse. The players need to focus on playing each and every week. They can't be concerned or worried about whether or not people want him gone. They also can't let that bleed into how they react with recruits. If it seems like the sky is falling and that they're going to need to transfer, with how this new college football economy is for players, they'll be gone the next week mentally at least as they enter the portal. They've got to tune out the noise and play like Harsin is here for good until he isn't. Much like they needed to during the investigation. Whether we like Harsin or not, spinning the rumor mill when he isn't out the door yet isn't going to help. Esp with the level of access to the players that the average fan has. And its not like Harsin can forbid social media since these players are now brands and their own businesses basically.
  11. Possibly the MOST BORING Tied in the 4th game ever.
  12. This is why you DONT play True Freshmen... And sadly, we have no more QBs.
  13. Damn, I would have had time to go and make a sandwich before he got to the LOS.
  14. Didn't realize how much this team like single-high shells until now.
  15. But this is the only time you really get to test it out. But anyways it is a no-brainer gameplan. Auburn definitely doing good, but these WRs + Tank = Nasty Spread RPO Run game. Mix in throws to the far-side hash to spell Robby a bit and you've got the nastiest O that can wear out bigger Ds and Crush Small Ds alike. Then you just need a sweep threat.
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