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The Mother of All Amen Corners?

By Posted on: October 28th, 2013 in Football 13 Comments »

Maybe I’m a week early proclaiming the start of Amen Corner, the traditional finish to the Auburn football season coined by former coach Pat Dye. When Auburn used to finish the year with Florida, Georgia and Alabama, Dye said a season was made or broken in those three games.The same can be said this year: Continue Story…

Tre Mason: Heisman Candidate?

By Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 in Football 14 Comments »

The signature moment in Saturday’s win over Texas A&M was the second effort by running back Tre Mason in the fourth quarter to put Auburn ahead for good. It also could serve as a metaphor for his Auburn career.A year ago, the former coaching staff questioned his durability and wondered aloud if he could shoulder Continue Story…

Let’s Never Forget the 1983 SEC Champions

By Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 in Football 14 Comments »
Sugar 1983

This Saturday Auburn will honor the 1983 SEC Championship Team. To younger fans the men on the field will be nothing more than balding former players from a long-ago generation.For me they will always represent the best-of-the-best. Regardless of how many championships Auburn wins in the future, there will never be another team like that Continue Story…

The Most Unlikely of Years

By Posted on: October 21st, 2013 in Football 21 Comments »

Look back over the past 25 years of Auburn football history and the best seasons have been during the most unlikely of years. Whether it was 1993, 2004 or 2010, its years like these that you remember most.It’s much too early to put the 2013 team in that category, but there’s no arguing this is Continue Story…

Did Malzahn Make a Mistake Pulling the Redshirt off Johnson?

By Posted on: October 14th, 2013 in Football 25 Comments »

Not much has gone wrong for Gus Malzahn this season. That might change after Saturday. Stepping in for the injured Nick Marshall, freshman Jeremy Johnson showed why he was one of the top recruited quarterbacks in the land against Western Carolina.With the meat of the SEC schedule starting Saturday at Texas A&M, Johnson may quickly Continue Story…

How Far Can This Auburn Team Go?

By Posted on: October 7th, 2013 in Football 26 Comments »
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Care to do a little day dreaming? How far can this Auburn football team go? With the temperature still warm and your two marquee wins coming against schools in Mississippi, it’s hardly time to start making New Year’s Day reservations.But considering those wins came against opponents that few gave you a chance against back in Continue Story…

Pat Sullivan Still Offering Life Lessons

By Posted on: September 30th, 2013 in Football 4 Comments »

While his alma mater took the weekend off, Auburn’s first Heisman Trophy winner was busy playing catch up at Samford. This hasn’t been the easiest year for Pat Sullivan. Quite frankly, the last decade has been one big hurdle.After missing all of fall practice and the first three games of the season following cervical fusion Continue Story…

Better Days Are Ahead For Auburn… And Soon.

By Posted on: September 23rd, 2013 in Football 24 Comments »
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Saturday night in Baton Rouge was everything Auburn people expected and more. Even the most optimistic fan couldn’t see a way out of Tiger Stadium with a win and the first half made good on that belief.If you hung around for the second half, and judging from the empty seats in Baton Rouge few did, Continue Story…