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  1. Wiley and Purifoy

    I don't know who's more to blame for the fact that two (hopefully) innocent young men are unable to play the game to which they've dedicated their lives: 1. Chuck Person 2. Their parent(s). 3. The NCAA for dragging this thing out. The NCAA needs to get these kids back on the court ASAP.
  2. Barkley Statue Unveiling

    Oh no, not another statue of a someone whose greatest life achievements came from playing a game. I love sports, Auburn, and Barkley. But I hate to see people idolized by making statues of them. Where's the statue of the guy who live-donated a kidney to my wife 14 years ago?
  3. Carlson finalist for the Groza..AGAIN

    He missed some easy field goals early in the season. And I remember seeing him BARELY make a few other easy ones. He's had a very good season overall, but not up to the standards he set for himself in previous years. I don't see why he's a finalist for the award.
  4. Alabama vs Auburn - Score Predictions

    I'm optimistic this year. I think we'll win. We have the talent and it's our time. And it's about time. Auburn 33, UAT 27
  5. Davis and Stidham moving up in the record books

    Early in the year, I kept trying to tell one particular friend (idiot) at work that Stidham was gonna to be excellent-to-great before his AU career is over. My friend kept telling me he was never gonna be a better-than-average QB. He's on the Stidham bandwagon now though.
  6. Special Teams

    Yeah, we gotta correct a lot of ST mistakes. Kickoff and punt teams in particular.
  7. Gus

    It is. I mean "it is" its. So, in essence, it's its. I think.
  8. #1, #2, (with prayers) sec championship

    Yep, 4g phone and ear buds.
  9. #1, #2, (with prayers) sec championship

    My demented way of thinking: All we have to do is beat Georgia this week. It would send shock waves thru Saban's locker room and boost our confidence at the same time. Plus, they just lost 2 great defensive players for the year. And they have to come to our house and play. Under those circumstances, and with our talent, I'd like our chances. Then anything could happen in the SEC Championship game. UGA's young QB is probably due to lose a game all by himself at some point. Why not then? But first we have to beat UGA this week. And as luck would have it, I must miss the game due to niece's wedding.
  10. Auburn Loses Exhibition

    Wow, what must Pearl be thinking right now? After what happened at Tennessee, if he leaves Auburn under this dark cloud, he'll never coach again above the high school level. He must feel he's stuck for the long haul, which in a way is good for us. He'll have to show stability and make everyone forget about this Chuck Person inspired debacle before he will ever have a chance to coach anywhere else. I see all manner of vitriol spewed toward Chuck Person (all deserved), but I don't see much about the damage caused by the parent(s) of both Wiley and Purifoy. They must have had a hard time explaining to their sons that if they hadn't taken the bribe money, their sons would still be playing.
  11. Auburn Loses Exhibition

    This was embarrassing. I live near Huntsville, so it's hard for me to attend more than one or two games per year. But if I walk into that arena this year and see Chuck Person's jersey still hanging in honor, I may not go back.
  12. Finebaum: CGM to Arky plausible

    Wow, you're right about Dye's tough schedule. I had forgotten about that. And I was a student there at the time.
  13. What I always call Nick Saban

    Both first and last names fit remarkably well.
  14. Upon Further Review - Arkansas Game

    None of us should forget the LSU debacle. The drubbing of a terrible Arkansas team in no way diminishes what happened in Baton Rouge. Gus Malzahn is still the same, in-over-his-head, failure of a coach who has guided a top-5 team (talent-wise) toward another average, under-achieving season. The FIRST thing I wanted to hear from Malzahn after Arkansas laid down and rolled over was another apology for screwing up against LSU.
  15. does lsu loss carry over

    None of us should forget the LSU debacle. The drubbing of a terrible Arkansas team in no way diminishes what happened in Baton Rouge. Gus Malzahn is still the same, in-over-his-head, failure of a coach who has guided a top-5 team (talent-wise) toward another average, under-achieving season.