And the winner is… My Ego!

And the winner is… My Ego!

By: Tiger Wench The buzz of the audience quieted and then was silenced as he took a seat at the table.  The only sounds were the clicking of cameras and the rustle of cameramen jockeying for a better angle.  As he adjusted the microphone, and cleared his throat, grown men […]

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Transition In Plain Sight On The Plains

Transition In Plain Sight On The Plains

By: AuburnChopper1 This weekend marks the fourth weekend, and possibly the most important of Gene Chizik’s young tenure as Auburn University’s Head Football Coach.  It’s his first official visit weekend for recruits on campus. Listening to the talking heads on radio, television and in print, you just had to know […]

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Ten things we learned from college bowl season

Ten things we learned from college bowl season

College football is nearing an end. Only the GMAC Bowl and the Bogus..err.. Bowl Championship Series title game remaining, what has this bowl season taught us? We’ve learned that the GMAC bowl is curiously placed in the middle of the majors for some unknown reason, for one. We’ve learned that […]

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Farewell Tommy

This is a farewell video in honor of Coach Tubs, produced by one of our members. So long Tommy. You did some great things for Auburn and will be missed!  War Eagle! Excellent job AUtiger96.  More of his videos can be seen here.

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Change Of Heart

Change Of Heart

By: Chizad When I heard the news on Saturday morning that Auburn had chosen Gene Chizik as its next head coach, I was devastated. How could we have let a future legend like Tuberville go due to a 5 win season, and then replace him with a guy who has […]

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The Case for Patience

The Case for Patience

By: wesfau2 Gene Chizik? Really? What happened to Turner Gill? Gary Patterson? Bueller? Bueller? Auburn fans were hoping for a “splash” hire. We needed to wow some people after firing a coach who had given an undefeated season and more wins than 90% of his peers in the last half […]

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