Heaven sent

Between that and Gus’ lucky rabbit’s foot, Auburn is truly blessed.

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25 responses to “Heaven sent

  1. ugafidelis

    There’s NO WAY God is an Auburn fan.

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  2. Cojones

    Yeah? How about the poor Filipino boys?

    Don’t you think that ESPN knows they are furnishing the platform for him to command a forum to proselytize? An athlete that can’t make the NFL or major baseball teams is just one of many jocks without a home who continue to follow their hearts, but no one is requesting that they go before the public simply because they cheerlead on the side. That seems to be the only quality left that separates him from millions of others.

    Going down on your knees before sex would be ok except for the disconcerting presence of someone else in the room to have a conversation with before. He reminds me more and more of the religious guy in Mash with Hotlips.

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    • Normaltown Mike

      I’m no Tim Tevo fan but this is not evangelizing for God. He’s saying Bo Nix is a perfect fit for AU in a hyperbolic way

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    • California dawg

      I always think of this George Carlin bit anytime Tebow opens his mouth.

      “Can’t we silence these Christian athletes who thank Jesus whenever they win, and never mention his name when they lose? You never hear them say, ‘Jesus made me drop the ball’ or, ‘The Good Lord tripped me up behind the line of scrimmage.’”

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    • TN Dawg

      I thought he played in the NFL?

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  3. Cojones

    Speaking of proselytizing, what do you think of the $50M Koch gift to Virginia, Senator?

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  4. practicaldawg

    If God exists, Auburn football politics proves that he has a sense of humor

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  5. Good Grief. Tebow is such an idiot. Everybody, and I mean everybody knows that God roots for Notre Dame.

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  6. whb209

    Timmie talks to God. The most interesting thing about this is….
    GOD TALKS TO TIMMIE (ABOUT FOOTBALL).. Really??

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  7. W Cobb Dawg

    Nix was the #3 recruit in bama last year. The next-highest in-state recruit committing to Aubie was ranked 15th! Some guys named Pickens and Webb were 1 and 2.

    The lord works in mysterious ways.

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  8. Mayor

    Well, Tim Tebow thought he could play QB in the NFL and thought he could play Major League Baseball and……

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  9. Boy….that came out of leftfield……

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  10. 92 Grad

    RATINGS PUSH/PRESS

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  11. Russ

    Okay, I hate Auburn, but it does seem like this guy was destined to QB at Auburn. I hope we stomp that ass with savage determination, but if he beats Florida and Bama, I’d be fine with that.

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  12. MDDawg

    Then the real question is: what did Bo Nix do to deserve god’s wrath?

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  13. Macallanlover

    Despite all the pathetic religious cheap shots/bigotry above, we can all agree that the football gods do exist, and have to realize they have over-blessed an undeserving, POS program like Auburn in the past, and it is now time to return them to the penalty box for the next few decades. Regardless of who you want to thank for it, The Barn needs to go down and continue in that direction. Who really listens to Tebow anyway?

    I am anxious to see them in a good match up tonight, although I am having to record it to watch tomorrow. Would have been a good 3:30 time slot game. At this point, I still fear they are the biggest threat during the regular season for UGA. Not that we aren’t the better team going into the season, AU and A&M make for a challenging November. Them getting off to a slow start and getting the fans in a rebellious mood would be good for UGA. Go Ducks! But if I were going to bet it, and I am not, I would pick Auburn’s defense to be the deciding factor in a competitive game.

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    • Cojones

      Mac, the religious cheap shots/bigotry come from people who talk to God as if they were appointed from their childhood to do so. That cheapens an omniscient and omnipotent God that most people worship.

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