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AU Football All-Access Podcast, Episode 149, SEASON OPENER.....

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Join Doug Dean (Eagle5) and me as we take a look at the 2017 season opener vs Georgia Southern. An admittedly limited "scouting report", as we know little about GSU's option offense under new Offensive Coordinator Bryan Cook; more a look at how Auburn might play the game, and who (or is it "whom"?) may or may not play. Hope you enjoy it!.

Should be available at War Eagle Sports Radio tomorrow (Friday) AM at the latest.....

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/auburn-football-all-access-podcast/id1035444441?mt=2#episodeGuid=http://auburnfootballallaccess.com/?p=273

 

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The lead-up to the 2017 Auburn football season has been marked by fairly high decibel optimism, resulting largely from the arrival of potentially elite QB, Jarrett Stidham. But the upbeat expectations – some coming from within the Auburn program, not merely pundit love – extend beyond Stidham to the belief that the Auburn defense will be stout and deep. If those factors happen to merge with a typically powerful Malzahn ground game, the preseason optimism could prove to be well-founded, and the Tigers contending for the SEC West deep into November.

Join Coach John Ray and Doug Dean as attack the analysis of Auburn's season arrival with exuberance arising from the opening weekend of college football!

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War Eagle Sports Radio accidentally loaded the Inside the Auburn Tigers podcast with Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell under our All-Access title. WESR is in the process of correcting their mistake. 

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