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All the Hot Seat talk surrounding Auburn head football coach Gene Chizik may finally be getting to him. On his weekly radio program, Chizik may have inadvertently admitted that in all probability he would be fired at or by the end of the season when discussing Saturday's rivalry game against Georgia.
"A game like this, our team really feels a responsibility to go out
there and play extremely hard for our fan base, the rivalry and for
Auburn," Chizik said during his Tiger Talk radio show Thursday night.
"With the circumstances of the season, and us understanding we have
three opportunities left and we'll never be together again, I think
that's another case in point for our guys to go out there and have a
blast." (emboldening mine)
We Chizik refering to himself and the seniors, or to the whole team? Does he already know he will be an ex-Auburn coach soon? Inquiring armchair psychologists want to know.
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Auburn 24/7 is hinting that Gene Chizik is out, or about to be.
— BamaHammer (@Bama_Hammer) November 8, 2012
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