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That when he got to Auburn he had to change the mindset? Said he told the players there would be no more comprising? I thought comprising was an interesting word. At the time I noticed it, and thought it was odd. Now that more things are coming out and Heath Evans is speaking out, it all makes sense. I have a feeling that BVG saw what HE saw and was hoping to change the culture, at least on the defensive side of the ball. I wonder if the oddities at who is playing and who isn't, is an extension of this. All of those things that we were wondering - why is Florence not playing, where is Therezie, where is Frost, etc? Wondering if some of those can be answered with BVG trying to stand strong with not putting up with those that want to compromise? Auburn football has fallen so far so fast. We have gone from 60 to 0 in a NY minute. Very sad indeed. While I do believe our defense has had its fair share of poor play, I also believe BVG is the right guy to get our defense back in shape. But when the head coach doesn't back the cultural changes BVG is trying to make, it cripples BVGs abilities to make a difference. Interesting that Therezie wanted to move to offense to be a 5th string RB? We all know that Chizik is really the OC. Sounds like Chizik puts up with things BVG doesn't. Funny how things eventually all make sense.
This post was edited by jbt 20 months ago
I too hope CBVG stays. He's what I'd like to see AU defense look like.
sans the porn soup saver..
Kids, (a) Changing speeds is more important than a curve ball (b) you play defense with your feet & (c) Wayne Hancock is the tits.
kick 'em in the ass, big blue.
As long as he figures out how to defend the spread.
You can't defend the spread with players who give less than 100%.
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