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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 knows that that's not
In assessing the fundamental
problems with Auburn's 2012 squad, Dye said the Tigers' problems are
numerous but that the quarterback position was the single-biggest
obstacle to Auburn's success.
problems that are not solvable on offense," Dye said. "You've got to
have a quarterback to win in this league. Every team that we've played,
their quarterback has been better than ours."
Dye went on to say that unless one of Auburn's three quarterbacks, Kiehl Frazier, C...
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The Auburn Tigers are two years removed from a national title and in the midst of a potentially disastrous season.
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