Another good day for the genius

I heard two good smackdowns of Auburn in the last couple of days leading up to tonight’s game.

First, Thursday afternoon Jim Donnan took a shot at Tony Franklin on 680 The Fan – “he coached at Kentucky and I don’t exactly remember Kentucky tearing up the SEC East when he was there”.  Then, my oldest daughter, who goes to school at Vandy, texted her youngest sister this morning with:  “Auburn must be in town.  First mullet sighting at 11:15 AM.”

Nice, but neither holds a candle to Auburn stumbling to 208 yards of total offense against the lowest ranked defense in the SEC.  Tubby ought to send Ralph Friedgen a thank you card, though, for saving him from having the most embarrassing loss of the day.  Any port in a storm, and all that…



Filed under Tommy Tuberville - Mythical National Champ, Tony Franklin - Misunderstood Genius

4 responses to “Another good day for the genius

  1. Dsmith

    If Vanderbilt wins the SEC will we be forced to change the name of the conference to the Pac-12?


  2. Wolfman

    Auburn’s performance wasn’t even the worst in the state on Saturday.

    13-9? Does this make anybody else nervous? Or are they really that bad?


  3. JasonC

    Yup, the Vols tallied 225 yards of O. Seriously, we need to put a major beat down on the Vols while they are still going through the keystone kops in orange routine.


  4. 69Dawg

    It is UGA’s mission in life to save Phat Phil’s fat butt. We do it year after year.