Archive for November, 2009

Thoughts – Week 11

You never accept losing. You never proclaim moral victories. You never make excuses. You always take responsibility for your performance.

Auburn…

– But we’re going to break the rules. I just can’t get upset with this team right now. I did that enough after the LSU game. Our guys have busted their butts all year.

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Will the Bulldogs black out the Tigers?

Will the Bulldogs black out the Tigers?

By: Kevin Strickland Mark Richt knows what’s wrong with the Georgia Bulldogs. He knows why the ‘Dogs are 5-4 and in jeopardy of missing a bowl trip for the first time in eight years. Richt has figured out why his team has fallen off the SEC East radar. It’s not […]

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SEC officiating: Incompetence or Protecting ESPN Investment

SEC officiating: Incompetence or Protecting ESPN Investment

When ESPN signed a blockbuster $2 billion, 15 year deal in August of 2008 with the Southeastern Conference for the rights to televise sporting events including football and basketball many wondered what impact the agreement might have on the future of sports.

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Are there lessons to be learned in the mundane?

Are there lessons to be learned in the mundane?

The Auburn Tigers bombed the Furman Paladins 63-31 in front of a Saturday afternoon Homecoming crowd.

The win was expected as was the relative ease with which it was achieved.

When you’re facing an opponent at a clear disadvantage in terms of talent, there are three things that must be achieved:

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Who will Victoria Cheer for?

Who will Victoria Cheer for?

By: Kevin Strickland The Furman Paladins couldn’t have chosen a better time to slip onto the Auburn Tigers’ football schedule. Sandwiched between an emotional and cathartic win over Ole Miss and next week’s grudge match against traditional rival Georgia the Paladins lurk in easily overlooked ambush. Furman sneaks in for […]

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Halloween Resurrection, Revenge of the Tiger

Halloween Resurrection, Revenge of the Tiger

By: Kevin Strickland The Auburn Tigers reached into their Halloween bag on Saturday afternoon and served up a heaping helping of tricks to the Ole Miss Rebels, knocking out the once and no time in the future number four team in the country 33-20. Halloween was a fitting time for […]

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