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The o lineman threw the first punches, Davis was just defending his teammate. After seeing that, sure it was still wrong but I see it as excused.
I know that 1) the buyout is 75% of his remaining contract, 2) until Dec 1st that's 32 mill, and 3) they have to pay half of the buyout up front with the remainder split over 4 years. Moral of the story we're stuck with him and whatever idiots agreed to this contract need to be fired since we can't fire Malzahn.
Did Stidham struggle? Yes. Did receivers drop way to many balls they should have caught? Yes. Is Willis the answer? No. I'd take a struggling Stidham over Willis any day. Willis pales in comparison. Personally I'm shocked Gus hasn't gotten Joey Gatewood any reps this season. I have more faith and trust in him than Willis.
Schwartz recorded the fastest 100m time in the WORLD this year. Mecole ain't close to touching him.
This year? Nobody worthwhile. The time to have replaced him was last season when there was a multitude of viable options. Why they gave him a 7 year extension when almost every year he winds up on the proverbial hot seat still blows my mind.
Alabama hasn't played anybody yet. That being said the way Tua is playing I'm not sure that'd change anything.
Just like we already know Georgia will target the rb's injured areas trying to knock said rb out of the game.
Alabama Crimson tide, yet their mascot is Big Al the elephant. Hypocrisy much "..."
Ole Miss' defense couldn't stop a hot wheel with a bulldozer, so I've got Bama winning by 47.
They might be able to top 30, but that defense will give up 60+ to Bama.
So long as Gus doesn't screw everything up as always, there's a good chance Bama, Georgia, and Auburn are all in the top 5 come November. Wishful thinking but definitely possible.
I would choose Tua over Fromm in a heartbeat. With that said, and all bias aside, I wouldn't trade Stidham for him. Frankly if Stidham had Alabama's o-line and receivers he'd be the starting bama qb. That's not to take away anything from Tua, he's definitely gifted, but he also has the supporting cast to amplify his performance.
This article is about overreactions but it mentions Georgia and Fields a few times. Georgia did what they should have done against a cupcake, not really sure what to overreact to.
Auburn put up 420 yards, 147 of which were rushing yards, against a defense that has been in the top 10 for 3 years in a row. Throw in the fact we lost 4 starters on our o-line, our starting rb, and it was the first game of the season and I think we'll be just fine, especially come midseason.
Lol Georgia talking about dirty hits, pot meet kettle. In the SECCG the dawgs had several blatant late hits squarely on Kerryon's injured ribs and shoulder trying to take him out. If you live in a glass house, don't throw stones.
Lol in that case, the only reason Georgia won the SECCG is because of Auburn's injuries, considering we all saw what a healthy Auburn did to the dawgs.
This is all your fault Gus. All you had to do was beat UCF to shut this guy up but noooooo.
So only about 10% of the crowd was Auburn fans, in a stadium an hour away from Auburn, and yet you still can't see Auburn didn't care? We beat 2 #1 teams, were a shoe in for the playoffs and then were overcome by injuries and bloodthirsty dawgs thus spoiling all our hopes. Anybody watching that game could see Auburn had zero motivation. UCF wouldn't stand a chance if Auburn actually showed up, no one would.
"Basically a 4 loss team that beat both of the championship teams in the regular season and destroyed the Mississippi schools." There bulldawgrock, I fixed it for you.
Lol like georgia can talk about dirty players with all of the late hits on an injured Kerryon in the SECCG. We all saw what a healthy Auburn did to a healthy Georgia team this year. Enjoy being runners up next week.
When Auburn showed up this season they were the best team in the country, that much is certain. Unfortunately Auburn was like Jekyll and Hyde and you never knew which team was going to show up.
I wouldn't put Auburn/UCF on this list. UCF has the #1 offense in all of college football and Auburn was in it till the very end. Yes, coaching was atrocious, and yes, Auburn is a much better team than what they showed, but this was far from a bad loss.
I'm actually glad both Bama and Georgia won, at the end of the day, what's good for the SEC is good for Auburn as well as every other sec school. It does suck that Auburn has been so inconsistent though, because when we were at our best clearly we could have won it all. Thanks Gus
Are you serious? If you really think bama would intentionally lose to Auburn then you are an absolute idiot. Let me guess, the dawgs also intentionally got destroyed at Jordan Hare as well.
Peach Bowl impact play of the game courtesy of the refs.
He completely regressed to his old ways of being completely predictable and always running on first down.
Agreed, please let us know how much money Cam's dad got considering the FBI,IRS, and NCAA found exactly ZERO evidence of any payment by Auburn.
*he isn't the same in big games away from home without a 1rst or 2nd string rb.
Feel free to remind us what the db turned QB did to bama courtesy of Gus.