Between Tommy Tuberville returning to the state to weigh a run for governor and Malzahn hiring Al Borges as an analyst, it’s starting to feel like 2004 all over again.
All that’s left for Tubs to do is to name Bobby Lowder finance chairman and put Pat Dye in charge of media relations.
It sounds like if Tommy Tuberville has decided to run for governor of Alabama, he’s picked an interesting campaign platform for it.
And I thought he’d go for “vote for me if you thought Auburn was robbed in 2004”.
According to Dennis Dodd, Tommy Tuberville is thinking about running for governor of Alabama.
Maybe he could urge passage of a law requiring the state to recognize Auburn’s 2004 national championship.
If I knew for sure that his first piece in the series, about the process of hiring and firing coaches, snarkily called out Bobby Lowder, hells, yeah, I’d subscribe in a heartbeat.
… Tommy Tuberville bailing on a program he swore he’d never leave.
It doesn’t seem to have sat well with his now former employer, either.
There is a punchline, and it’s definitely worth a chuckle.
Tuberville recently said he hoped to become an athletic director once he got out of coaching.
Maybe he can hire the next Tommy Tuberville.
There’s not much I can add to Bill’s header here (“Revisiting the 2004 college football season: Picking Oklahoma over Auburn was justifiable”), even if I wanted to. Which I don’t.
The buffet line never ends.
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