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***Auburn vs. UCF -- PEACH BOWL -- Game Thread***

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Just thinking to myself here, but with the time left and getting the ball after the half, wouldnt it be wise to maybe speed up a bit?

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Officially reviewing the spot on the first down. Too bad they blew the whistle on the UCF fumble or that would have been reversed for a TD.

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1 minute ago, Randman5000 said:

Wake up offensive line as well

Agree

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2 minutes ago, aujeff11 said:

Stidham is still not seeing his WRs fast enough. Kerryon was wide open on the slant. 

 

Also:

Ive seen a baseball player get all state three years in a row with a nub foot. He is good because he is athletic. Portraying a beast as an underdog and using that to vilify Auburn just because they’re the opponent to the underdog is getting old. 

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Exactly! It's weak. We just have to overcome and get back to what we do. But i believe in calling it like it is!

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I am absolutely tired of seeing wr screens this year lol

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Damn somebody tell Gus. I'm tired of announcers calling out our stuff,  it shouldn't be this easy 

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7 minutes ago, mustache eagle said:

THis is the moment when simple straight ahead kam Pettway running would be helpful.  Just hand Kerryon the ball and straight dives - no reads - no dancing.  3 yards and cloud of dust for one drive - and pray our OL can provide it.

Our  offensive line cannot do that anymore it is no longer man on man it's just dancing around. 

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