Archive for category: The Peanut Gallery

2010 Auburn Defense Preview

So will the 2010 Auburn defense be a steel curtain like they were against Alabama or a wet paper towel like they were against Northwestern?

The 2009 Auburn Defense suffered from a great lack of depth. That was the buzz phrase last year. It was true, but there was an overall lack of SEC

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The Book of Chizik

The Book of Chizik

by: jadennis I was shocked when Chizik was hired.  It was the kind of thing that would ruin my day out of nowhere.  I would be going along through a day, doing fine, then remember we just hired Chizik, and I would get chest pains. That lasted a few days. […]

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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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Armchair Analysis: O-Line

Armchair Analysis: O-Line

By: Harvey Birdman To listen to OL Coach, Jeff Grimes, one would think the depth problems that seemingly have a stranglehold on the 09′ Tigers, is alive and well with this unit.  That could very well be from the standpoint of finding suitable backups to the apparent #1’s across the […]

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Ladies and Gentlemen, The Taint is Officially Called

Ladies and Gentlemen, The Taint is Officially Called

by: AWK The first ever calling of the taint has occurred.  I woke up this morning and walked outside wearing no pants, and coincidentally the weather was surprisingly cool…on my taint.  The air smelled of freshly cut grass and it reminded me of football season.  My taint began to tingle.  […]

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Ray Melick Is Batty

Ray Melick Is Batty

By: Chizad When Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel had the audacity to compare Urban Meyer to Bear Bryant Almighty, it ruffled Paul Finebaum’s feathers. He found it his civic duty to write not  one, but two articles obsessing over how blasphemous and sacrilegious it was to make such a […]

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