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2019 4* RB Noah Cain

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7 minutes ago, Gowebb11 said:

@DAGis back big time when his Neegan returns! 

Oh, Yes. Not bashing heads just yet, just entering out of the trailer.

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26 minutes ago, McLoofus said:

Yep. The way I remember it, which could be wrong, he acknowledged that they were caught with their pants down in the SECCG and should have done more to prepare KMart. He mentioned Gus and Gus's philosophy a lot in those comments. 

Yeah. I’m going to need a link with this if something like this was said. 

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I know it is a dead period and we don't have much to discuss, but couldn't these discussion be taken to other threads rather than a player's recruiting thread?

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1 hour ago, McLoofus said:

Yep. The way I remember it, which could be wrong, he acknowledged that they were caught with their pants down in the SECCG and should have done more to prepare KMart. He mentioned Gus and Gus's philosophy a lot in those comments. 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.seccountry.com/auburn/auburn-football-running-backs-rotation-split-2018-tim-horton/amp

I think this is it 

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19 minutes ago, aujeff11 said:

Somewhat. He especially takes responsibility for the rotations though. 

As he should 

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2 hours ago, McLoofus said:

That assumes that they actually aren't ready to go as opposed to Gus just refusing to believe that they're ready to go. 

Well you know what they say about assuming, so you have a valid point.

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Rob Cassidy of Rivals wrote an article on the Cain recruitment. It was who are the pretenders for Cain and who are the teams with a real chance. Bottom line was Auburn is a pretender to him. The 3 teams he said that have a real chance in order are: LSU, Penn State and Texas. He wrote that AU only got into the mix 6 months ago and that put us way behind.

I am on my phone and can't port the article.  

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1 hour ago, JFDTiger80 said:

Rob Cassidy of Rivals wrote an article on the Cain recruitment. It was who are the pretenders for Cain and who are the teams with a real chance. Bottom line was Auburn is a pretender to him. The 3 teams he said that have a real chance in order are: LSU, Penn State and Texas. He wrote that AU only got into the mix 6 months ago and that put us way behind.

I am on my phone and can't port the article.  

Check @corchjay's comments on the first page of this thread. Not sure if the "why" of us coming in late on an elite back coached by Cadillac Williams was ever discussed. But if the guy is still high on our board then it would seem somebody screwed up big time. 

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8 hours ago, JFDTiger80 said:

Rob Cassidy of Rivals wrote an article on the Cain recruitment. It was who are the pretenders for Cain and who are the teams with a real chance. Bottom line was Auburn is a pretender to him. The 3 teams he said that have a real chance in order are: LSU, Penn State and Texas. He wrote that AU only got into the mix 6 months ago and that put us way behind.

I am on my phone and can't port the article.  

I wouldn’t quite call us pretenders but we’re definitely behind. Still a decent amount of time left though. His mom made a trip up on her own, I know that’s been repeated a bunch but parents don’t do that for poops and giggles.

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If Cain commits to us. it will be a huge surprise.

Think the coaches know he is trending away from AU and that is why they have began to reach out to some others.

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On 8/1/2018 at 1:03 PM, ellitor said:

As I stated yesterday I think it was explosive plays & not his workload that got him drafted.

"I think anytime you carry the ball the amount of times he did in the SEC, that's pretty impressive," Detroit offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter said. "We think he brings a lot to the table, can kind of do different things, play with different versatility. And, you know, every time you evaluate a guy in college, you have strong opinions about him, and then you bring him in and see what you got."

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