Posts Tagged ‘Sammie Coates’

Spastic Random Thoughts

By Posted on: April 2nd, 2014 in Featured Article, Football, Memories 14 Comments »
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One of the most important plays for Auburn’s 2013 football season came against Texas A&M. (photo:Julie Bennett,al.com)We (or at least I) interrupt our usual presentation of quality analysis and rapier wit to provide you just what the title says.  We’ve got a lot to cover, so let’s get going (numbered for your commenting convenience): 1.  Continue Story…

It’s Georgia Week on The Plains … Beat Them UGaly Dogs!

By Posted on: November 13th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 20 Comments »
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Since 1892, the first year college football was played in the deep South, two SEC teams lock up in combat every November. The Auburn Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs have been playing this game for 120 years and are two of the nation’s most storied programs. With an all time record of 54-54-8, their rivalry Continue Story…

From the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: October 25th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 13 Comments »
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What’s that smell? There’s a good chance that on any given day, someone will publish a story on an institution’s dirty football program or school officials sweeping things under the rug, but I think Grambling University is confused. Get this, conditions got so bad that the football players boycotted and forfeited a game in an Continue Story…

Applicants for Replacing a Team Leader

By Posted on: September 25th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 11 Comments »
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                                            No. 89 blocks for Ricardo Louis against LSU.It’s an off week for the Auburn Football Team and it may have come at a good time. Not only can a banged up defense use the time to get some guys healthy; but the offense can use the time to find a player to the fill Continue Story…

“It’s Trovon Reed’s Time”

By Posted on: April 2nd, 2013 in Football 8 Comments »
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He was the quintessential high school football star. Every thing he did was almost magical. He was gifted, faster, and more talented than his peers. In fact he was so gifted he didn’t have to work at it – it just came natural. When he finished his high school career he was rated as the No.1 Continue Story…