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With the last name of Sewell, you are an Auburn man at birth with no choice in the matter. Undergraduate at University of Montevallo but heart is in Auburn. Hobbies are golf and living, breathing, and sleeping Auburn Tigers.

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It’s All About Attitude

By Posted on: October 29th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 15 Comments »
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I commented on this on another post but wanted to expand a little.This year Gus told us repeatedly that there would be a whole new attitude on this team and he was exactly right.I remember in the Iron Bowl 2010 early in the game Cam took the ball outside left end and when an Alabama Continue Story…

How to Properly Celebrate a Win Like Tonight

By Posted on: October 19th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 23 Comments »
toomers trees

First of all let me say…WAR EAGLEAs some of you know I have one of the Toomers Corner seedlings in my front yard, now 15 feet tall. Tonight I want to tell you how you properly celebrate a win like this one.The first thing you do is teach your dog, like mine, to growl/bark/say WAR EAGLE, after Continue Story…

Auburn Cracks Sports Illustrated Top 25

By Posted on: October 8th, 2013 in Football, News 1 Comment »
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AU came in at number 23 in Andy Staples College Football Power Rankings.His write up as to why is below:Missouri’s turnaround is impressive, but Auburn’s is unbelievable. The Tigers were historically awful last year, and now they’re already competitive again. Auburn’s only loss is a non-blowout at LSU, and its season-opening win against Washington State Continue Story…

To See Where You Are Going, You Have to Know Where You Have Been (Aubie Edition)

By Posted on: August 27th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 7 Comments »

Before you get to the end of this post I highly recommend getting a box of Kleenex. If you don’t need them by the end, you are stalwart indeed.Aubie actually came to be in 1959 at the hand of Birmingham Post-Herald cartoonist Phil Neel. He created the image for a football program on Oct. 3rd Continue Story…

To see where you are going, you have to know where you have been. (Mascot edition)

By Posted on: August 20th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 20 Comments »
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Auburn, along with quite a few other schools has somewhat of an identity crisis. We are known as the Plainsmen, War Eagles, and Tigers.Obviously, the name Plainsmen comes from Auburn being known as the “Loveliest Village on the Plains” which it is just that. The name, meh.War Eagles is also obvious but personally I like Continue Story…

Ladies and Gentlemen from Auburn, Alabama the 2013 PGA Champion….Jason Dufner

By Posted on: August 12th, 2013 in Featured Article, News, Other Sports 11 Comments »
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Actually the first tee announcer said ”From Auburn, Alabama….Jason Dufner” That will change to the title of this piece from now on. The Duf did it!!!I confess, I am a golfer, made a pretty good living at it for 22 years, still play, and get almost as fired up watching my favorite pros do well as I Continue Story…

PGA Tournament Dufner watch

By Posted on: August 9th, 2013 in Member Post 18 Comments »

Jason Dufner is making a run at a course record today at Oak Hill CC in Rochester, NY. He is currently 6 under par through 13 holes. If he plays the rest even par he will tie the course record. He is now 8 under par and in sole possession of the lead. In 2011 Continue Story…

To See Where You are Going, You Have to Know Where You Have Been (Fall Practice)

By Posted on: August 6th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 10 Comments »
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Back in the good ole days, two-a-days meant just that, two hard, physical, hit ‘em in the mouth practices on fields with not much grass. They were usually conducted early in the morning or late in the evening to beat the summer heat. Nowadays, there are not many of any real two-a-day practices. IMO, after Continue Story…