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Quick Clemson Preview

Let's Play Some Football!

Overall, I’d say the fact that it appears AU will be going right up the gut of defenses this year, means that hopefully they’ll be attacking one of Clemson’s biggest weaknesses. Plus, there’s no reason our D-line shouldn’t be wreaking havoc in their backfield all day. The fact that the TE is gone and one of the best receivers in the country will be a specatator is definitely a plus for the real Tigers. Add to that, Clemson is coming off an ugly bowl loss and the game will be played in an arena that seems to be Auburn’s home away from home….I’m liking our chances more than I did a couple of weeks ago.

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BCS and Season Reflections

BCS and Season Reflections

It begins with defense 2010 was an anomaly.  But not in the way Bama fans want you think.  There are those who claim Auburn was a one-year wonder, but if that’s the case there are a lot of those over the past 20 years.  Perennial “powerhouses” Ohio State, Michigan, Texas […]

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Thoughts Week 11 – Aww f@#$ It!

Lee Corso cursing on live TV somehow exemplify's Auburn's Season this year.

Lee Corso set the tone. Auburn… – Auburn hasn’t played this season.  I didn’t go to any games, so I can’t be sure that what I’ve seen on TV wasn’t some fancy PIXAR presentation. – I saw Auburn play four games last year.  I know Cam Newton exists.  Whether or […]

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Thoughts Week …Whatever!

I think Georgia just scored again...

Auburn… – You really think this is excusable?  You think this is acceptable?  You think Georgia just beat us? – Georgia didn’t just beat us.  I told a friend of mine that it’s wrong to say the final was 45-7.  That wasn’t the final score.  This game was over with […]

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Auburn tries to regroup after Saturday’s blowout

Dyer and the Tigers couldn't get anything going against Georgia this past Saturday

Your average football fan would look at Auburn’s homecoming matchup with Samford this weekend and see an easy win for the Tigers.

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AU Football Roundup: Bell out for season

T’Sharvan Bell is out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury

Junior cornerback T’Sharvan Bell is out for the rest of the year with a knee injury he suffered in the third quarter against Georgia, head coach Gene Chizik said Sunday.

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