Aaron Murray drinking game?

I happened to notice, reading this CBS piece about the SEC’s TV schedule on September 21st, that Aaron Murray is part of the broadcast crew for the Auburn-Texas A&M game.

Hmmm… I wonder what the over/under is on how many times he’ll be asked about Nick Fairley and the 2013 debacle.



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11 responses to “Aaron Murray drinking game?

  1. Very cool to see Murray getting a shot at a bigger game. Will he be part of a 3-man booth?


  2. Mark

    Personally, I’m wondering if he’ll be asked if he gives 3 rips what Paul Finebaum thinks.

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  3. Macallanlover

    The disgusting job done by the officiating crew and SEC office apathy should be brought up….again and again. It is 2nd place only to how the AU staff and fans conducted themselves afterward. All time low fails for me. Hell No, I Ain’t Forgittin’.


    • That is the game that made me HATE AU. Before I was indifferent. Now they rank up there with FL and GT in my dislike.


      • Macallanlover

        They passed both FL and TN for me, real hate for them since that dy. I could care less about gt, they aren’t worth the effort, and haven’t been for decades. Should drop them, or put them in the GS role of once every four years at our place, we will give you $750K for your fertilizer costs and water bill. Take it or leave it.


      • S

        Same here. I had a cordial dislike for Auburn until I went to that 2010 game. Now it’s hatred, and there’s nothing cordial about it.


  4. Mayor

    I hope gets asked about the final play of the 2013 GA-Auburn game.


  5. Hobnail_Boot


    Outside of Dawgnation, that never happened.

    To hell with Auburn.

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  6. Go Dawgs!

    Man, good for Aaron Murray! He’s been laboring in obscurity out in the Mountain West or the WAC, I’m glad to see him getting a crack at the big leagues. His Punt and Pass Podcast with Drew Butler is always good to listen to, even if his mic sounds like he’s in a closet and Butler is too concerned with betting lines.

    To answer your question, I don’t really think very many people remember what happened to Aaron in that game other than those of us who wear red and black and prefer to bark. The national narrative on Nick Fairly was that he was just a dominant defensive player, not a dirty one. Now, I’m sure that Aaron will be asked about the Prayer at Jordan-Hare. People remember that garbage for sure. I hope he mentions that game should have been played at Sanford Stadium where the result would doubtlessly have been different.


  7. Spike

    Gig em Aggies!