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  1. I agree. I'm just saying that development may not be the biggest issue here. It could be much more about talent evaluation and selection.
  2. Has anyone thought it could also be the type of player we recruit that doesn't translate to the NFL and not just a development deficiency? Gus and any college coach's first job is to win games at the college level. Players that fit what Gus wants to do do not necessarily fit what NFL programs want to do. Especially on the offensive side of the ball. This may start changing a bit with Chip involved, but you need to get the best player to fit your need, not to fit an NFL need.
  3. I'm not sure of the source for Warren Nolan's projected seeds, but they currently have us projected as a 1 seed. http://warrennolan.com/baseball/2017/team-rank?team=Auburn
  4. Completely difference offense when he went to GT though. Even Demaryius Thomas started his career at GT before Paul Johnson brought his triple option.
  5. I'm more confused on why you seem to think he would need to sit out a year as if he were a transfer when we already have another example of a kid we are recruiting who was just released from his signature.
  6. Why would this be considered a transfer? He asked for his release from his signing. Was he already enrolled at MSU? How is this any different than the PG we just recently offered?
  7. Replay is on WatchESPN. No need to wait for a replay.
  8. If professional hockey players can do it after a rough grinding 7 game series.... I'm sure some college softball players should be able to handle it. If you have to fake sportsmanship, you don't know the meaning of that word or it's place in sports, especially collegiate athletics.
  9. Anybody know what actually happened to Keegan? Seemed like he just wasn't feeling it and took himself out.
  10. Considering Auburn has had 1 season with 20+ wins since Cliff left and that was over 5 years ago, I'd say just the fact we still have a chance to reach 20 wins at this point in the season should be considered a small success and a step in the right direction.
  11. Beating TCU on the road is a good win. They've only lost 2 other home games and those were to Baylor and Kansas.
  12. I wouldn't compare our resume to Ole Miss last year at all. They had a terrible OOC SOS and overall SOS in the 150 range. Ours is top 100 and our RPI is currently at 70 compared to Ole Miss finishing at 100. They didn't have a single top 50 win as we currently do. They went 3-10 against top 100 teams and we already have 5 top 100 wins.
  13. I'd say with their recent QB track record they aren't as good evaluating QB talent as the other positions. They've had 4-5* QBs every year and needed a true freshman to play average football this year as their best option.
  14. It was on cable.... Maybe not your package.
  15. I feel like I haven't seen as many bubble screens since Lashlee has taken over the past calling. I haven't kept count, but I'd almost say there have been more reverses than bubble screens.