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This guy can be Auburn's coach for a very long, long time IMO. He can solve a lot of problems offensively very quickly. Auburn's defense can be successful and coexist with a HUNH offense. We need a defensive staff that won't use it as an excuse for failure. 36 points per game average this season and we are 7-2 instead of 2-7 IMO.
I do not understand why his name does not come up as the most likely to take the reins. Petrino is toooooo controversial but a winner. If he is not chosen then CGM should be unless someone could please tell us why not.
Seriously, don't take me too serious.
We went after OCBP the year after he left. If these goobs running the program now can just do it right this time CGM can play in his December bowl game and redecorate CGC office before New Years Day.
Naw. This is too easy. Jay Jacobs would feel guilty choosing one Sunday School class member over another.
The head coach at UAT has said he hates trying to defend Malzahn's offense. That in itself gets my vote. I just don't understand why he is not at least one of the ones mentioned at the top of the list.
This post was edited by AUFully 17 months ago
Dyin' ain't much of a living, boy - you know who
The wheels on the bus go 'round and 'round.
This is for the Auburn Family and everyone who played here before we did. I love ya'll, War Eagle!' Nosa Equae 10/19/13 Kyle Field Texas A&M
I'm on the Gus bus. He can turn this program around. His O yielded results in 09 and will work better in 13. We have more talent and depth with the right folks running the show.
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