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Make No Mistake; Saturday Was No Miracle at Jordan-Hare

By Posted on: December 2nd, 2013 in Football 41 Comments »
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Photo by Vasha Hunt/al.com “Luck is when preparation meets opportunity.”                                                  –  Bear BryantIt may be soothing for the Alabama faithful to point to luck as the reason Auburn won the Iron Continue Story…

Time to Give Thanks

By Posted on: November 27th, 2013 in Football 14 Comments »
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What a difference a year makes. While I’ve never measured my quality of life based on the results of Auburn football, things do seem to be a little cheerier this Thanksgiving. Funny thing about winning – the leaves are a little more colorful, food taste better and the music sounds better on the radio.Of course, Continue Story…

Auburn Fights for Title on the Field and Off

By Posted on: November 25th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 34 Comments »
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To reach the BCS Championship Game, Auburn will have to do more than just win on the football field. There’s always been bias in the national media – everyone deals with it to a degree. They all have agendas, whether they consciously know it or not. On last night’s ESPN BCS Countdown Show, the three Continue Story…

Malzahn Waits His Turn at Waffle House

By Posted on: November 19th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 16 Comments »
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What does it take for a guy to get a seat at Waffle House?                     Photo:Julie Bennett al.comApparently, more than a ten win season and the most improbable victory in Jordan-Hare Stadium history. Declaring after Saturday’s win over Georgia that, “this is definitely a Waffle House night,”Gus Malzahn continued his tradition of heading to the local Continue Story…

Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry Gets Serious

By Posted on: November 11th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 22 Comments »
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So much has been accomplished by Auburn football this year, yet what defines a season still lies ahead. Not in our wildest dreams could we have predicted that Auburn would win as many games as they lost last year with three weeks to go before Thanksgiving.Nothing can take away from what Gus Malzahn has accomplished Continue Story…

From the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: November 8th, 2013 in Featured Article, Football 16 Comments »
Eagles Nest

Hope for the worst, prepare for the worst? It’s not a stretch to say that, looking back, Auburn may have over committed to Gene Chizik after the 2010 BCS National Championship he delivered. Well, Kevin Scarbinsky wants to make sure that since Auburn is doing so well under Malzahn in 2013 that we don’t make the Continue Story…

On to Rocky Top…

By Posted on: November 4th, 2013 in Football 9 Comments »
Neyland Stadium

Watching the Auburn logo flash up on ESPN’s BCS Countdown Show last night was surreal. 8-1. Ranked ninth in the BCS. Has a team who finished winless in the SEC a year prior ever soared to such heights the following season? If so, I can’t remember it.Auburn is no longer just a nice story. This Continue Story…

Pelini is out at FAU.

By Posted on: October 30th, 2013 in Football, News 6 Comments »
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Intense balding coaches gone, over weed use!    CBS Sports is reporting this evening that Florida Atlantic head coach Carl Pelini and defensive coordinator Pete Rekstis have resigned under pressure after admitting to illegal drug use at a recent social event. Apparently the two coaches were escorted off campus by police, and a search for Continue Story…