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I've seen the 28/27 Game telelivised three times and still don't know what happened to cause Auburn to lose the first half 24 to zip and win the second half 28 to 3. Yes, I saw the defense stiffin, the offense limber up, but why? What difference made the players more effective on Auburn's team and a lot less on Alabama's team. Has anyone bothered to explain it in simple terms if you please?I cn see that Chizik and nhis team of coaches are smarter than BSaban's and is team of coaches. At least, Chizik may listen and understand better than Saban. But, what is said from coach to players that justifies such a difference?.
kick 'em in the ass, big blue.
I think the turning point was when ingram was chased down and the ball was knocked out. I was in UAT student section and ths look of disbelief was amazing the see. I hobestly thibk that one play was a huge momenum change and led to the come back
“Live for something rather than die for nothing.”
-General George S. Patton
I'm Rich Biotch
WE COMING . WAR EAGLE !
If you're one of those fans who think Alabama didn't steal plays, you obviously have forgotten who we are dealing with.
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