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Dear Auburn Coaches;

By on October 25th, 2012 in Member Post 8 Comments »
To the Auburn Football coaches … PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE quit telling me you want to be a run oriented offense and then NOT give the football to Tre Mason 25 times this week. I don’t care if they put 10 men in the box you better run him. The box has been stacked all season (Since we can’t throw it down field.) and he STILL averages 5 ypc. My Auburn educated mind says that equals 125 yards a game as an average and keeps you in front of the chains. As an added bonus our offensive line can come off the ball and hit someone rather than try to pass block.

OH one more thing …. You have Jay Prosch at FB. This dude can plow the field…run behind him!!!!!

While I’m at it…quit bringing in Wallace for one play at a time…give him a whole series or two with the entire playbook open….I think he can make it work…he’s smart, and as a result, as good as the other guys, if not possibly better.

Quit being cute and play football rather than Dancing With the Stars.

War Damn Eagle!


  1. Bren Dekura Bren Dekura says:

    “Well we want to give Tre the ball 20+ times, but it depends on what we see in the game. Of course we’d like to line up in the I and pound the ball. We’re a running team.The situation is always evolving, though, and we don’t always have the opportunity.” – The Chiz

    • scahlett59 says:

      The offensive line is just out of the high school cafeteria line and need experience. I believe once the chemistry has evolved with this team we will be a force with which to be reckoned.

      In addition, it DOES NOT help this TEAM to be looking over their shoulders wondering if their beloved leader will be coaching the same boys. Continuity is imperative. Yanking a coach when the team is so young is not conducive to guiding a group of youngsters to focus on the task at hand. Someone should back the coach and not allow the Auburn Nation to turn into the University of Alabama fair weather institution.

  2. wde1988 wde1988 says:

    Chizik and his coaching staff are currently on a “walk about” as they wonder through the bad lands of college football.

    We all know he is a control freak. Asking him to change his tactics now is like asking a democrat to vote based on the merits of the issues. Its not going to happen. He has pretty much made that clear. As a fan you are simply supposed to “understand” and “support the team with out question”.

    It’s going to be one heck of a ride until the ship gets put back right… and AU get’s back to its proper place competing in the SEC.


  3. BigDaddyAU says:

    I simply had to have my daily diatribe….I do understand football enough to know there are times when our coaches APPARENTLY have a reason to do what they do. What I don’t understand is the inability by said coaches to continue doing what works until the other team can stop it consistently. Anyone that knows anything about the game can see our lack of ability to get a WR, not named Blake, open, nor can we pass block unless it is either a designed roll-out or the occasional play action. So why not go all Georgia Tech-ish on some teams and run the ball.