Walk the walk.

There’s good news for Red Raider fans today.

While Tommy Tuberville plans on doing away with the offensive scheme that led to the tradition of Texas Tech being one of the top scoring teams in the country over the past few years (five top ten finishes in scoring offense in the last six years), he’ll replace it with this totally original new tradition.



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5 responses to “Walk the walk.

  1. 69Dawg

    Ah T Tommy is creating Auburn West. If he can get a great D then the RR fans can enjoy those 3-2 games he made famous. Texas Tech is in for such a culture shock it is mind boggling.


    • Dog in Fla

      So true. They’ll all be comfortably numb when they get of a load of what this:

      “Mississippi State-Auburn finished with a 3-2 score. That’s only happened six times in college football hstory and only once in the past 50 years. It was televised on ESPN-2 and redefined the term ‘Slugfest.’ [That’s what ESPN called it. To everyone else, it redefined the term ‘incredibly bad.’] If you’ve ever wondered what football in 1932 looked like, you should have watched this game,”

      actually looks like…


  2. Go Dawgs!

    I love the Dawg Walk and all of that jazz, but I have never… EVER understood why the Auburn people cream their shorts so much over the “Tiger Walk”. It’s pretty much exactly what UT and many other teams do, so it always makes me laugh when they carry the signs by that call it “Uniquely Auburn”. All it is, ALL it is, is a football team walking to the stadium through a cheering crowd. And yet it’s this huge “tradition”? The bird flittering around in the breeze is a tradition. Wasting thousands of rolls of toilet paper on a campus that’s supposed to be “going green”, that’s a tradition. Walking to the stadium? Get over it.


    • Phocion

      Losing to Alabama, that’s a tradition. (Reinstated!)

      Just what I needed before heading out on this day…something to enhance my mood of hating all things orange!