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With rumors gaining steam that Bobby Petrino may get the Arky St. job what does Auburn do? Do they play the game and risk the game being about Petrino vs. Malzahn? Do they run the risk of a potential loss to a team that our coach came from and by a coach half the Auburn fan base obsessively wanted? Or, do we do like we did in the 90s when we fired Terry Bowden and bought out the Florida State game? Risky both ways.
Easy. You pkay the game. ASU doesnt stand much of a chance.
"Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." Teddy Roosevelt
You better be glad we hired Gus, because he would have beaten us with that team next year. I expect Gus to play a HUNH for 60 minutes. Score will be in the 50 plus range for Auburn. ASU who knows, who cares.
This post was edited by jrjc 19 months ago
Play the game. It would look as if we were afraid of asu if we dropped it. Besides it will be bp's 2nd game. It took saban 2 years to get the turds turned around.
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You should get plenty of up votes for your unrestricted bammer post.
Not sure if serious
Silly post its Arky St for goodness sakes, and for the record personally I was embarrased when we ran for the FSU game. I would have rather have taken the beating ,if that is what happened, rather than look scared.
WE COMING . WAR EAGLE !
Play game. AU wins by 30 with 2d team playing from mid 3d to end of game. Gus and Bobbby shake hands in friendly post game meeting. Life isn't as dramatic as some would like it to be. Nothing to see here.
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