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Turd Ferguson

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About Turd Ferguson

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  1. Heron declares for NBA draft, hires agent

    Wow! Staph trying to go pro in 2 sports? Could be a great WR!
  2. Heron declares for NBA draft, hires agent

    I hope I am wrong about this, but this could end up being "Welcome to Kazakhstan". He could have been a potential lotto pick after another successful season. Best of luck, Staph. You will be missed.
  3. Way Too Early Top 25

    I like it! 3 SEC schools in the Top 10.
  4. Bryce Brown to give it a go tonight!

    funny. Post #100.
  5. Bryce Brown to give it a go tonight!

    As much as I would love to shout it from a mountaintop, due to my promised confidentiality as a member of the search committee, I do not care to share at this point. There will be a public announcement on 2/15. Now, stay on topic before bigbird bounces you off of this thread again!
  6. Bryce Brown to give it a go tonight!

    We can beat UGA without Bryce.
  7. Jacob Copeland's Mom

    I will bet she was under a lot of heat to get back in there with her boy.
  8. Jacob Copeland's Mom

    Justyn Ross is the latest to buck "the business decision"
  9. Jacob Copeland's Mom

    Reuben Foster, TJ Yeldon, Henry Ruggs, Markail Benton...the list is a mile long of last second "business decisions".
  10. Jacob Copeland's Mom

    and the ESPN guys went right after it, asking him who that was that just walked out...why'd she walk out? what's the deal? who was that?
  11. Jacob Copeland's Mom

    I am guessing, by the looks of things, that dear mother thought she was about to be on the winning end of another "business decision", but Jacob thought otherwise. I am no G8R H8R, but I hope this kid breaks records at UF. His own mother ruined his day on national tv. Truly pathetic. https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/sec-football/watch-jacob-copelands-mom-walks-off-stage-commits-florida-alabama-tennessee/
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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!