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Category Archives: Auburn’s Cast of Thousands
A heady mix for Jay Jacobs: another subpar year for Auburn football, Jimmy Sexton and a possible $13,795,000 in payments the school’s athletics department would be responsible for if the Gus Bus is shitcanned after this season.
And that’s before you get to what Jacobs will have to shell out to sign the next savior.
Come, you must be hungry.
- It appears Gus Malzahn’s rabbit foot may be down, but not out.
- The genius has lost control.
- Brian Fremeau has composed a chart of comebacks and blown leads over the past ten seasons that’s worth a look.
- Look at the big brain on Rice’s Calvin Anderson.
- If you’re wondering what the former BCS computers have to say about this season, here you go.
- Georgia be pumping up Trevor Lawrence.
- Louisiana-Lafayette, which is Georgia’s next-to-last regular season opponent, canned its defensive coordinator after one game.
Shit, I can’t believe I forgot there’s a special reunion on the Plains this week.
Like I said, special.
Malzahn acknowledges that his three-quarterback rotation was a flop against Clemson.
My only question is whether he had to review the game tape first before reaching that conclusion.
Rounding things up to fill the breakfast bar…
- Another day, another round of class-action concussion lawsuits.
- Phil Steele sees Georgia’s running backs as both a strength and a weakness. Welcome to 2016, folks.
- Good on ‘ya, Brian Herrien.
- Brian Fremeau’s Efficiency Index still loves the Dawgs.
- File this under it never hurts to ask.
- Well, here’s one thing you can say for college football.
- If you recall Pat Dye’s comment about Auburn’s staff being a bit dysfunctional last season, you might be interested in Muschamp’s response to that.
- Nick Chubb opens up to Mr. Conventional Wisdom.
- Jordan Jenkins says his former teammates are ready for the opener.
- An exec at EA Sports thinks “NCAA Football” will rise again.
- Michael Chigbu, lunch pail guy.
- Nick Chubb makes Pro Football Focus’ list of the five biggest questions in the SEC.