Peace in the valley

When you think about it, this is kind of remarkable in its own way.

Of course, a lot of that is the result of the absurd level of turnover the conference experienced last year.  Then again, if there’s any conference ready to start a trend of canning coaches after only one season on the job, you’d think it would be the SEC.

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9 responses to “Peace in the valley

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    Am I correct that none of them have the same coach as they did in 2006? Which is probably small news.

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  2. There is that little village on the plains that has a hc who is walking quietly with a huge bag o moola that which will be paid to him next year, maybe before the season officially ends…….question, if there are those that want you gone now and are attempting to manipulate your authority, what makes you think you are the hc of anything awbarn?…….GO DAWGS!

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  3. stsbms

    Absurd level of turnover coupled with even more absurd buyouts. If the Gusbus could have been derailed for under $32MM, AU would have a new coach

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  4. The other Doug

    Chad Morris might start the trend of winning in 2 years or you’re fired.

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  5. Spike

    Ahh.. Can’t we all get along?

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  6. Go Dawgs!

    Come on, Auburn, you’re not going to let that happen, are you?

    Judging from all the coordinator shuffling going on, there should be plenty of changes next year.

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  7. Flying Peak Dawg

    I can think of one more head for Kirby to mount on his wall and it’s in Alabama but doesn’t rhyme with “bus”.

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  8. Your 32 million update: should the tigles record be 7 and 1 next year, prior to our arrival for a good ol fashion Kirbstomp, the hc could survive…….if that record is 5 and 4 next year ( prior to kickoff and 5 and 5 after kickoff) and they receive their yearly Kirbstomp ( Dawg style) that bus won’t make to Monday at sun up …….

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  9. The Truth

    Count me among those above who think the lack of turnover is due in large part to Jimmy Sexton having just about everybody by the buyout balls.

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