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Yesterday was a busy day. It began with a birthday party, then the game, then fighting Auburn and Alabama fans alike on Twitter. I've never counted how many words I've tweeted in one day, but I did this week. Guess how many. Go ahead. Guess. Ok, you were a little off. It was 948. That's about twice as long as most of my blogles. I have a problem. Oh well, follow me. Pregame: GAMEDAY BABBBBBAAAAYYYYYYYYY!!!!!! #auburn #wareagle Great to sit down with you. WE @Samantha_Steele: I'm thinkin my celebrity guest picker interview today will be the best one yet. Two nights ago I had a dream about Brandon Cox. Last night I had a dream about Kyle Davis. Guess I love mid-2000 Auburn athletes this week. So THAT’s why. WE @IzzyGould: Injury makes Auburn quarterback Kiehl Frazier doubtful to play against Ole Miss http://bit.ly/Rox5Q0 Really? same schedule, too? WE @dennisdoddcbs: Welcome to halfway point of cfb! Duke has four more wins than Auburn. Sticking with the @Under_Ar...
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Since it can be said that Auburn is really, really bad this year, it is time for Gene Chizik Watch to begin in earnest. It was only a few weeks ago that I wrote about Chizik being on the hot seat. I gave him a lukewarm pass. His recruiting was OK, and then there was the whole Cam Newton once-in-a-lifetime quarterback thing. Well, that was then.Auburn is now 0-4 in the conference...
The Auburn Tigers are two years removed from a national title and in the midst of a potentially disastrous season.
The 2010 national champions are off to one of the program's worst starts in 60 years with just a single win in six games and an 0-4 Southeastern Conference record.
Even former Auburn coach Pat Dye said he doesn't think this team will win an SEC game. Auburn...
Former Auburn head football coach Pat Dye was on Paul Finebaum's radio show on Monday, and he didn't mince many words about the Tigers' problems this season. In fact, he made a very bold prediction that the Tigers would go winless in SEC conference play.
"I don't see us winning one Paul. It will be a big upset if we win
Saturday against Vanderbilt. Everybody...
Auburn coach Gene Chizik talks about dealing with the distractions surrounding a 1-5 start.
Auburn coach Gene Chizik talks about the possibility of playing more young guys, the QB position, injuries and more.
Comments from Auburn's head football coach are featured as the Tigers prepare for an SEC road game at Vanderbilt.
Auburn junior defensive end Craig Sanders talks about his increased role on defense and the Tigers' 1-5 start.
Auburn coach Gene Chizik and veterans Nosa Eguae and Philip Lutzenkirchen discuss dealing with negative talk.
Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen said last week he saw the Tigers fighting until the end.
Auburn players Tunde Fariyike discuss the loss to Ole Miss, dealing with 1-5 start, and staying away from social media.
Auburn senior wide receiver Emory Blake discusses the 1-5 start, Clint Moseley's demeanor against Ole Miss, and more.
Auburn junior defensive end Nosa Eguae talks about the 1-5 start for the Tigers, dealing with negative talk, and more.
No matter what happens on the field this weekend you can be sure that when the final whistle sounds James Franklin will be much happier with life than Auburn coach Gene Chizik. While Franklin is slowly building Vanderbilt into a viable program for the first time in the schools long history, Chizik is seemingly on the hottest of hot seats with only weeks left to save his job.
Auburn coach Gene Chizik talks about his team's loss to Ole Miss on Saturday.
In talking with TBH and her group that went to The Grove, they are under the impression that Auburn Offensive Coordinator Scot Loeffler should walk back to campus from Oxford, clean out his office, and make sure that he doesn't return.
Heading back to Temple to coach wouldn't be a bad idea, either...
Ole Miss snapped a 16-game Ess-E-Cee losing streak...