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Scotty2Hotty

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  1. I hear Boca Raton has an opening. Although I'm not sure even they want an OC who can't score vs LA Tech. Stock is bargain bin. Maybe he can work his way back up from Samford. Just because you leave Saban's five-star camp as a hot offensive name doesn't guarantee similar results elsewhere. Ask Jim McElwain. Ask Steve Sarkisian. Ask Mike Locksley.
  2. What's funny is the dick was only going to dig up the forthcoming NFL MVP, then noticed Dan Enos had quite a few supporters. Congrats on your prediction. Worked out well for you.
  3. Wow there is some absolute GOLD in this thread. Lamar Jackson goes from a worse passer than Jalen Hurts to the runaway NFL MVP. Dan Enos goes from great QB developer / will be a good OC to running the 90th ranked scoring offense, getting goose-egged against LA Tech in their Bowl game and as a result, fired. Liquid GOLD.
  4. This is the gimme that Gus drops. Ole Miss 27 Auburn 24
  5. Uh oh, Herbie just picked Tulane as his Super Dog. Said Auburn will win, but we aren't respecting Tulane and we're coming off an emotional win. I agree with Tulane +17. I've got Auburn 30 Tulane 21
  6. I think we'll see a healthy split of Boobie and Joey at Wildcat. Boobie the closer to the needed yardage. Joey a little further away to offer than 1% chance of a pass. Regardless, I expect the most Wildcat since 2010-2011. Would be cool if someone like @StatTiger could break down the number of Wildcat plays each season since 2009.
  7. Didn't say TV broadcasting = Radio broadcasting. Said Andy will be just fine because he has done radio broadcasting for over 20 years. Ditto with meshing the timing with Stan because they have both worked their respective positions 17+ years.
  8. Interesting concept. Signed, 1995
  9. Andy has called Auburn sports well over 20 years. As mentioned earlier, he has called Auburn PPV football games, Spring games and baseball. He'll be just fine. TV broadcasters get swapped every season, sometimes from game to game, so their timing is learned by which part they play. My belief is Brad would have gotten it had he had experience, which is why he'll call basketball. When Andy is ready to step away, Brad will take over football.