Let the record show that on Monday, October 8, 2012, Vegas installed Ole Miss as a four-and-a-half point favorite over Auburn.
I am officially floored.
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What’s the big surprise? Ole Miss is better than Auburn.
I would strongly consider laying the points.
Here’s hoping we show up for these two teams ourselves.
If you’re thinking of laying money on AU, I request you consider first donating that money to a good cause. Buy yourself a good bottle of scotch.
Honestly, you’re going to lose if you bet AU to cover that line. Donate it to a decent cause instead.
I actually do feel for ya, Ward…I guess bigger voices than yours and mine are asking how it has come to this.
I didn’t expect a lot this year with so many changes, but I at least expected competence.
During The Cam, Auburn had an almost magical ability to pull out tight games. That ability extended into 2011, or at least the first half of it. Then the wheels started coming off.
I see so many chemistry issues on Aub, and when you add in new schemes, depth issues, etc…. This year’s shaping up to be Opposite Cam.
Maybe the conference can schedule Auburn-Kentucky as the under-card for the SEC-CG, just so we know for sure which team is worse.
This year’s Auburn reminds me a lot of the 2008 vintage. They’re not hopeless on D (Lemonier in particular has a decent shot at 2nd-team All-SEC behind one of SC’s DEs) but their O couldn’t score with spanish fly, Al Green on the stereo, candles, and silk sheets.
“couldn’t score with…..” nice line
one dawg bone
“We’ve got some grown men up front that don’t let you run it,” Smart said. “We force you to throw it, and then we stop you throwing it.” -- The Athletic, 1/13/22
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