Archive for June, 2010

Where Have All The Young Men Gone? – Gone To The Majors … Every one?

By Posted on: June 30th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

Brian Fletcher … will he stay or will he go? Well it has happened, it was inevitable. The end of the best baseball played on the Plains in 15 years saw eleven Auburn players taken in the Major League Draft. It was a foregone conclusion that the SEC Player Of The Year, Hunter Morris had played his last game. We Continue Story…

Shoud We Use The Term “Arms Race” For College Football ?

By Posted on: June 30th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

With all the recent media and internet chatter about a football arms race, new fodder has now been added to the debate by According to a study released by Brett McMurphy of FanHouse, two of the top four schools in the country in spending for football programs are from the same state. Want to take a Continue Story…

Are You Ready For Some More Bama Football?

By Posted on: June 29th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

From Passive Aggressive Notes .com, via the Huntsville Times

Auburn Must Compete In Arms Race

By Posted on: June 28th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

In recent days, news around Auburn has centered on its new $16 million indoor practice facility set to open next year. Former Auburn Athletic Director David Housel once famously said that college football is an arms race. Everybody wants to be bigger and better when it comes to facilities and cash. While the new facility Continue Story…

Tommy Tuberville Field House?

By Posted on: June 27th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

Back in Tommy Tuberville’s heyday, most believed he’d pass Pat Dye to become second on Auburn’s all-time win list behind Shug Jordan. That naturally led to speculation as to how Auburn would honor him when his coaching days ended. With Jordan’s name on the Stadium and Dye’s attached to the field, many fans wondered aloud how Continue Story…

Revenge on the Wildcats!

By Posted on: June 24th, 2010 in Football Comments Off

War Eagle, everybody! 2010 football previews continue here at This week, we’ll look at Auburn’s trip to Lexington Kentucky, to play the Wildcats on October 9th. By this time in the Midwest, the weather has usually turned for the worse. Expect a cool came, with a possibility of storms. The winter rains come early Continue Story…

Honey Watching Wednesday Poll Question…

By Posted on: June 23rd, 2010 in Football Comments Off


1st and Five: Top Things I Don’t Understand About Soccer

By Posted on: June 22nd, 2010 in Football Comments Off
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Nearing only two months remaining before the season kicks off, expectations are nearly as high as the mercury, and patience, as well as CFB topics, are wearing a little thin at the moment. Last Thursday night, SB Nation had a gathering in Atlanta which we staff members thought was meant more or less for contributors to Continue Story…