Turd Ferguson

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  1. Offense in 2018

    Is it unthinkable, Au2Eugene, if I just thought it?! HA! You can't stop me no matter who you are!!! Btu seriously...we definitely have 1,000 yard receivers on our roster if they can get enough touches in a CCL scheme. We have had a bunch of guys nearly clip 1,000 receiving yards over the years: Coates had 902 in 2014 and Duke Williams wasn't far behind and who knows if he had played the whole season. Adams had 963 in 2010 with T Zach in the 700s, I believe. Adams had 997 in 2009 Goodson had 906 and Bailey had 840 in 1997 almost our tandem 1,000 yard receivers here Sanders had 910 in 1994 Sanders had 842 in 1993 so we've been close, but this year, with this stable, we have a chance to break through. No so unthinkable to me. With Gus's new deal, he is going to have to rely on CCL more. I think we are now entering the "New Gus" era.
  2. Offense in 2018

    We will have to wait and see. I have watched Chip Lindsey coach at the high school level at Spain Park and at the D1 leval at ASU. In my observation, Chip is very good at knowing where his best weapons are and building the offense around them. If the running game is taking a step back due to early NFL departures and the passing game is taking a noticeable step toward elite status, then yes, we will see much more in the passing game. IMO, I think with KJ and KP being gone, it will lead to a much greater balance in the offense. I would not be shocked to see two 1,000 yard receivers in 2018. We will have a stable of talented running backs in K-Mart, A-Mart, DB, and MM, but none of them are built for 20+ carries each game and none of them are very game experienced. The passing game will have to loosen up the D to give the running game a chance to be successful. It's a shift from the past 4 years when we have had a proven RB or two that the O relied on to loosen up the D to make the passing game successful. I see much more balance, if not a slight lean toward the passing game in 2018...that is, if CCL is given full decision making control over his offense.
  3. Men Vs. Ole Miss

    all of this, and no Wiley...I haven't been this excited about Auburn basketball since I was a student ('98-'02). What is even more exciting about this program, is that it looks like this can be sustained for several seasons. It's been a 4-year build under CBP, but now the Fightin' Pearls have bought in as a team which will lead to incoming freshmen buying in quicker, which will lead to sustained success, which will lead to continued quality winter entertainment for years to come. With or without Wiley, I think this team can reach the Round of 16 if they stay injury free. If the '02 team with Marquis being the only real scoring threat can do it, the4-14 Fightin' Pearls most certainly can. Looking forward to how they react on the road at The Hump. Keep that chip, men!
  4. Finebaum: CGM to Arky plausible

    If I were on the AU Coach Search Committee, and Gus bolts to Arky, I would seek out an audience with the Head Coach of the University of Coral Gables and gauge his interest in coming back to the SEC. If he is not interested, then head up to Orlando and have a chat with Coach Frost at UCF. If he is not interested, then maybe even possibly consider robbing UAB. I guess what I am saying is this: three possible candidates that I would not be upset with are: 1. Mark Richt 2. Scott Frost 3. Bill Clark
  5. Score Prediction- Ole Miss

    73-7 Ole Miss leads after first two drives 7-3, then AU scores 10 straight TDs. Malik Willis will run in 2 of them.
  6. Byron Cowart

    This happens a lot when these so called 5* recruits are never challenged by the level of competition they face in high school. They can rely on their God-given abilities to blow people away on Friday nights and never have to really get after it in the weight room or on the practice field. Then, once the competition is level in college, they have forgotten how to compete. Sometimes it takes 2-3 years to get that competitive fire back up and that aura of invincibility back down. BC is another in a long list of "big-fish, small pond" talents who never quite adjusted to life in the open sea. I hope he gets it before his window of opportunity closes.
  7. Mark My Word 2017

    MMW: We will reach the playoffs.
  8. Okeke injures knee at Team USA tryouts

    Guys, relax...but maybe break out the bubble wrap until December. From Scott Griffin: @griffsz .@__Austinwiley50 "talked to @chuma_okeke & he says MRI shows bone bruise" so not a tear or serious knee injury @AuburnMBB incoming FR.
  9. Great Article on Pettway

    I have had the privilege of watching every one of Bubba's games since his Junior season at Prattville High School, and I can vouch for his quote in the Ole Miss post-game interview. Nobody has wanted to tackle this kid since he was 16 years old. They may give it a shot in the first, even second quarter, but by the third quarter they don't want any part of this man head on. He is stronger on his 30th carry than he is on his 1st carry. The only way they were able to ever have any modicum of success getting him on the ground less than 8 yards beyond the line of scrimmage was to dive at his knees and ankles. I am so proud of the way he remained patient, worked hard and capitalized on his opportunity in this day and age of college football when players will just up and transfer if they are not immediately getting what they think they should be entitled to. Kamryn Pettway's story to this point is what college football is all about. #36 is the definition of a selfless team player who puts the success of the team before his individual success., 'ain't nobody wanna tackle him'. Love it! I hope he and KJ can administer about a gallon of warm shut-up juice to the Bammers and to the SEC Network by finding a way to run all over the 'nobody can possibly run on them' Bama defense at the end of this month. They have not faced a run attack like this since 2013 in Jordan Hare, and that outcome, as I recall, was pretty favorable for us.
  10. Tunnel Video Song

    That's not the song. This is. Listen to Flash by Viv and the Revival on @AppleMusic.
  11. Tunnel Video Song

    I found it. The song is "Flash" by Viv and The Revival. Awesome song! It is not "thug gang rap garbage". That's pretty offensive, by the way, NoALtiger.
  12. Open Letter to Gus Malzahn

    Right on! On Saturday we will go from "close" to "clicking" and we will boat race LeonardSU. Get ready to roll some trees! AU gets this one right and runs the table to the Iron Bowl from here. Final Score on Saturday: AU-38 LSU-20 Pettway and Johnson will outgain Fournette and Guice. White will do what he needs to do, and JF3 will have his moments.
  13. Tunnel Video Song

    Maybe already discussed here already, but what is the song that is being used for the tunnel video this year? I wish the games this far were half as exciting as the tunnel video and kickoff video! Maybe it all comes together this weekend against the corndogs.
  14. Auburn vs. Texas A&M score prediction

    AU wins 34-17. Kam Pettway removes their will to compete by the third quarter and Kerryon runs away with it in the 4th. 17-14 entering 4th qtr. Sean White throws a TD pass on the opening drive to a Davis.
  15. WCWS Finals vs. Oklahoma - Game 3

    I disagree. OU plays good defense and has outstanding hitting (# 6 nationally batting average). Parker was dominant, but she was just the icing on the cake. The story here is how Auburn almost beat a team that was clearly better in most aspects. That's a credit to coaching and grit. Yep. From what I saw, OU went the hard way through the tournment. uat, Mich, LSU, then AU. All of which OU beat by 2 or more runs (granted they beat uat on a 3 run HR, but uat scored 0 runs). Not that AU had it easy, but OU was certainly the favorite, but AU gave them the series of a lifetime. The 2 best teams met in the finals and it came down to 1 run. It doesn't get any closer than that. And it's a credit to AU to have played them so tough, to two 1 run losses and (effectively) one 1 run win (yeah, it was a grand slam, but hopefully you all get my point). And this isn't a fluke, I have all the confidence in the world that as long as Clint Myers is at the helm, AU will continue to be at the top of the SEC. whatever...all I am saying is this: If OU is sans Parker, we are probably play Michigan for the title. But, alas, they weren't without her.