If I was an Auburn fan this article would **** me off but I'm not so it makes me giggle.
"How did the same Auburn coaches who looked like real men of genius a few weeks ago suddenly become dunces? Some want to blame the transition. Some want to blame Tommy Tuberville. Still others want to lament a lack of depth. But doesn't that usually show up late in the fourth quarter when your team begins to wear down? This Auburn team looks beaten right after the coin flip."
Auburn complaining about lack of depth is like me crying that my Caddy isn't a Bentley.
"A victory over Ole Miss and Auburn can get to 7-5. Not great after the early start but it wouldn't be considered a disaster. A loss to the suddenly surging Rebels and this season could be a lost cause."
It's a different world down there. If Paul goes 7-5 they'll bronze him and place him in the middle of the 50 yard line.
This couldn't play out any better. ISU is truely united right now.
AU is going to fall apart under the "leadership" of Chizik. Barring a miracle, I don't see too many recruits feeling too good about their commitment to Auburn after seeing 12 or 13 games with GC in charge.
That guy couldn't motivate me to run out of a burning building.
That was a brutal article. I'm getting to the point where I kind of feel bad for the guy. I'm sure he's trying?? But then again it's hard to feel bad for someone that is playing a game making a million per. So with that said.
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