Found November 11, 2012 on
Crystal Ball Run:
Well, let’s give Gene Chizik credit for this: If Saturday’s 38-0 loss to Georgia proved anything, it’s that if the Auburn coach was going down, he was going down in style. Like they have most of the year, the Tigers were overwhelmed from start to finish, as the Tigers got beat down in most unceremonious way possible.
For Georgia, the victory was just about as easy as they come, as the Dawgs quickly turned the “Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry” into a one-way beat down. Aaron Murray played quite possibly the best game of his season finishing with 208 yards and three touchdowns and freshmen running backs Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall each rushed for over 100 yards and scored a touchdown for Georgia. The victory improved the ‘Dawgs to 9-1 on the year.
Speaking of the victory, the win also sealed Georgia’s second straight SEC East Championship, and a trip to play Alabama in the SEC Championship Game December 1. To their credit, Georgia could’ve laid down after an embarrassing los...
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Gene Chizik is approaching the press with a positive mental attitude. He's talking about how he will reevaluate his regime after the season. However, most observers believe that Chizik will be reevaluating his employment opportunities after the season, while Auburn fans, like those above, have taken to strong drink and chemical assistance to forget the season...
Auburn fans demand coach's firing in song.
Auburn has fired coach Gene Chizik.
Auburn announced Sunday that Chizik was dismissed two years after leading the Tigers to their first national title since 1957. The Tigers closed with a 49-0 loss to No. 2 Alabama that was the second-most lopsided Iron Bowl game ever and worst since 1948.
The move came after a 3-9 season without any Southeastern Conference wins. It was the most...
Auburn fell to 2-8 overall and 0-7 and the SEC with a 38-0 loss to Georgia. Gene Chizik's record as head coach against the Bulldogs dropped to 1-3.
Auburn coach Gene Chizik talks about the play of Jonathan Wallace, injuries, the future of the program, and more.
As if the first go round wasn’t enough, strike up the “Reuben Foster to Georgia” chatter yet again, now that it’s becoming even more likely that Auburn Tigers head coach Gene Chizik won’t be welcome on The Plains for much longer. The Georgia Bulldogs embarrassed the Tigers 38-0 this past Saturday, in a game that wasn’t even close to competitive–the Bulldogs started...
If Georgia executes as it is capable, today's game will probably mark the final straw for Gene Chizik and his staff. There are numerous reports that suggest Auburn's president is already in the process of replacing Chizik.
I think it is going to be fun to witness Chizik's last stand.
Keys for Georgia: Take Auburn seriously. This is the Deep South’s oldest rivalry...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew.
Derek Dooley has still not been fired.
Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley says that his boss, Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart, hasn't made a decision on His Hairness' continued employment in Knoxville yet. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)
Give Me Just a Little More Time.
Auburn HC Gene Chizik still "believes he can turn...
Auburn coach Gene Chizik talks job security and the disastrous 2012 season.
Losing to Georgia is one thing. But getting shut out by their longtime rival brought a little extra pain to a lost season for Gene Chizik and the Auburn Tigers.
Auburn managed only 238 yards, including 57 yards rushing, as it was overwhelmed in a 38-0 loss to the fifth-ranked Bulldogs on Saturday night.
Auburn (2-8, 0-7 Southeastern Conference) has only one more chance for a conference...
Behold, the definitive 2012 Auburn football gif.
That’ll probably do it for the SEC’s BCS title streak [SI]
Texas A&M proves that the spread will do just fine in the SEC [SBNation]
Noted Aggie enthusiasts have the proper response to the victory in Tuscaloosa [GBH]
Barbara Dooley is going to be so bummed [Rivals]
LSU is totally back, you guys! [ATVS]
The new BCS standings...
The Discover Fan Loyalty Poll released their latest results that included who fans prefer to wager against, as well as what they are willing to risk if their favorite NCAA Football team does not come through for them. Speaking from strictly friendly terms, most of the fans prefer to wager with a friend, while many others choose to roll the dice against their spouse or another family...