“Okay, imagine if you will that you are poking around the stadium on Iron Bowl day trying to find the nearest bathroom. You push on this door that is unmarked which leads into a corridor and to another door. Pushing on that door you find yourself in the midst of the 2015 Auburn Tigers team.
Unannounced all eyes turn to you. Apparently all the coaches are out of the area doing pregame coaching stuff and you have 20 seconds until security arrives to address the team and give them a pep talk. You clear your throat and say…”
I know an Iron Bowl win won’t heal our season but it will go a long way in soothing the pain until we figure this football thing out. A win will mean that the cupboard is not bare and that we are dealing with an issue of consistency rather than lack of talent and ability.
So to get the positive mojo back into our fan base, leave a positive pep talk below and assume that maybe a few players might read it. (it helps if you imagine ‘Eye of the Tiger’ playing in your head)
WDE and beat bama!!!
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What they say is true. Time does move faster as you age. This column seems to come around a little quicker each year. As with most of us, it hasn’t been without heartache, but on the whole it’s been another wonderful year. I pray you can say the same.
As is tradition here at TET, I hope you’ll indulge me while I give thanks for all my blessings. I’d also love to hear what you’re thankful for during this season. Without further ado…
The second to the last week of the season is usually a chance to get your head on straight and finalize your game plan for your hated rival by scheduling a lesser out of conference team to stomp in front of the home crowd. The team takes it pretty easy, you get to rotate a lot of hard working guys who have spent all season hoping for a chance to see the field for the first time and you don't expect anything but a big win.
But for some teams in the Dirty Dozen, that didn't happen.
One of Auburn's statistical leaders in both rushing and passing has simply disappeared. Is it from injury? Is it from punishment? Or is it merely oversight?Read Full Story
With the Iron Bowl approaching... we look back on what could have been with the 2015 Auburn Tigers. Behind the arm of preseason Heisman candidate Jeremy Johnson, this team could have soared to the top. But unfortunately, it wasn't just the quarterback position that was the missing link with this team.Read Full Story
"Anything can happen" and "throw all the records out" are phrases many have uttered in regards to rivalry games. In a game with the magnitude of the Iron Bowl, anything can ... and will happen. But, it doesn't usually happen to a match-up featuring two teams on opposite ends of the football spectrum. Does that mean defeat is assured? Far from it. Read the five things Auburn must do to win the 2015 Iron Bowl.Read Full Story
On Friday the Tigers electrified a packed house with a last second 75-74 win over the UAB Blazers. Today at 2:00 Auburn returns to the Arena to face Big 12 power, Colorado.This year’s Auburn team looks different from last season with a new starting lineup. So let’s look at some of, what may be, the key “cogs in the wheel” that Coach Pearl is counting on this year.
A bad season doesn't mean Auburn fan's can't have a good time! Our weekly post showing how fans tailgate is back with another edition of the #TETtailgate review!Read Full Story
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