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I Volunteered to Go to Knoxville and Root the Tigers On

By Posted on: November 12th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 6 Comments »
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You LIE, Vols, you lie. Why do you have to pull an Alabama with the national title resume                                                                embellishment?Oh, I know it’s Georgia week. How do I count the ways? But I still have a big smile on my face after my first attempt to summit Rocky Top. Yes, my first trip to Neyland. Continue Story…

Pick Em Results Week Eleven

By Posted on: November 11th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football Comments Off

Sorry for the lack of updates recently but the pick em keeps rolling on whether we mention it or not. One thing I’ve noticed recently is that more of us are starting to take Auburn and lay the points in all the games we’ve been favored in since Texas A&M. The trend is for that Continue Story…

BCS: Would Running the Table Be Enough for Auburn?

By Posted on: November 5th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 25 Comments »
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If watching Auburn play Saturday night in Fayetteville with newfound swagger left you in doubt that this team had rebounded on the national stage, the media sure took notice for you. While the computers have loved us since the first month of the season, the voters have needed a little more convincing. The two saw eye-to-eye Sunday Continue Story…

Back In The High Life Again

By Posted on: October 22nd, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 16 Comments »
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What a glorious Saturday night we just had. Auburn football is back! Gus Malzahn completed his first signature win and the newly ranked Auburn Tigers built on that platform by running and passing the ball all over Johnny Manziel and the #7 ranked Texas Aggies on their home turf of Kyle Field. If you’re like me, you Continue Story…

Pick Em Results Week Eight

By Posted on: October 22nd, 2013 in Featured Article, Football Comments Off

As commissioner, I should have added another conference to our group’s slate back in August other than Top 25 and SEC contests from which to choose. With eight SEC teams ranked coming into last weekend, those two hardly stood out on a Venn diagram, hence s shorter list of games. We’ve only been having around Continue Story…

Pat Dye’s Pants Step into Controversy

By Posted on: October 8th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 88 Comments »
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Pat Dye has weighed into controversy for the first time in a while by declaring that former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice  isn’t, er, eh, qualified… to sit on next year’s FBS playoff selection committee. Sounds legit coming from Pat:“All she knows about football is what somebody told her. Or what she read in a book or Continue Story…

Poor, Poor Pitiful ‘D’. Marquee SEC Games Having Nothing to Do with It

By Posted on: October 1st, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 16 Comments »

It was great to have a bye weekend and be able to sample the fare of other games without the pressure of putting your game face on for the Tigers. I swear we fans sometimes get up for these even more than the players do. It’s not easy being a fan. For the players, it’s Continue Story…

TET Pick Em Results Week Five

By Posted on: September 30th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 2 Comments »

Eighteen games were on the schedule for us last weekend and a funny thing happened at the finish: two games were pushes. What that means is if the spread is hit on exactly, the game is a ‘push’, meaning no one got it correct. In other words, there is a fence and  the spread is Continue Story…