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Father’s Day Edition: Around the Auburn Nation and College Football

By on June 21st, 2009 in Football Comments Off on Father’s Day Edition: Around the Auburn Nation and College Football

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. If you are fortunate enough to still have your father around be sure to call him today and tell him you love him. You’ll thank me later. The Birmingham News has a couple of good stories on former Auburn Coach Terry Bowden. As most of you know, Bowden is now running the show at North Alabama. We’ve got some baseball news courtesy of Plainsman Parking Lot and The Opelika Auburn News has a great profile of Auburn Assistant Coach Trooper Taylor. Check it all out below…

Born again: Prodigal son Terry Bowden renews passion to coach at University of North Alabama – Sports from The Birmingham News –

Scarbinsky: No chance for Chizik? Bowden starred in that movie himself – Scarblog –

AU FOOTBALL: Taylor makes football a family experience | Opelika-Auburn News College Football – Which conference race is most intriguing?

Secondary violations for Meyer, Gators – SEC – ESPN

Who is the most overrated team this pre-season? : Fanblogs College Football Blog

Auburn Tigers Baseball Blog Plainsman Parking Lot: Quick AU Summer Ball Update

Auburn Tigers Baseball Blog Plainsman Parking Lot: THREE STRIKES:

Tennessee’s Tragic Trio: Stallworth, Little, Goodrich — NCAA Football FanHouse

Paul Finebaum | Leaving Best Thing For Moore

$19 million in the hole, karmic victim Kosar could use some slings and arro… – NCAA Football –

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