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On a dreadful night for Auburn baseball, the Tigers struck out 14 times, made four errors and gave up eight earned runs in falling 11-2 at Troy Tuesday night.
Head coach John Pawlowski moved hitting coach Gabe Gross from coaching third base to working the dugout and insert Mitchell Self at second base in place of Jordan Ebert, who played as the DH. None of it worked, and the Tigers fell to 15-10.
They play a three-game series against Alabama, starting Thursday at Plainsman Park. Story to come.
Why So Serious?
ON TO VICTORY - STRIKE UP THE BAND
If you cant be honest....whats the point of being anything?
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Stumbling, Fumbling, Bumbling...........................
14 Ks against the Tuesday night guy from a sunbelt team? That is not being mentally there.
It appears the extra year we mistakingly gave the coach is turning into an unmitigated disaster. Should have been fired after last year. Same ol song and dance with zero improvement so far. Gee, I wonder how basketball will turn out after giving the dreadful coach another year? The stench is getting as strong as a paper mill around here. Mistakes are being made daily in our Arhletic Dept and we just stick our heads in the sand. Why not give Paw 2 more years? Maybe 3? We have a great shot to be last in the conference, how could anyone see this coming???? LMAO!!!!
What sucks is we will probably have 2 more years of this leadership due to heads in the sand.
Well, at least we're lowering expectations. At least this way we don't have to be about what will happen next.
Gee what a shocker
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