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I'm sick to my stomach because I no longer have anxiety on Saturdays in the Fall. Yes or no question: Will you watch the 2012 Iron Bowl?
This post was edited by ByeByeBo 17 months ago
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
I want to, but do not think I can.
Remember, that which doesn't kill me just makes me stronger. I watched us loose tonight, I'll watch the Iron Bowl. It's my duty, I am an Auburn man and I can take what ever they throw at me. I've survived the rise and fall of several coaches in the past and suspect I will survive several more before my time is up.
This post was edited by wcmcp 17 months ago
No. First time ever I know we don't have a chance to win. "Throw out the records..." Not relevant this year.
Love the attitude, but if I'm going to endure hell I need to be assured that my team is giving it their all. This team doesn't qualify. The team that lost to LSU several weeks ago made me proud. We lost that team.
It depends on whether the wife wants to go shopping.
I thought I had just become numb this season. None of the losses bothered me and I was able to laugh it off. This is not Auburn Football, just a year I will wipe from my memory. Anyway, tonight as I sat in the stadium listening to the thuga fans cheer, it was like someone was jamming bamboo under my nails. It bothered me again and I got really mad that someone has done this to our program. Anyway, to the original question, seeing how the thuga loss did hurt, I don't want to hurt again like that this year. I will play some golf if the weather is right. If the game is a night game, then I'll take my family out to shop or dinner. I'm not abandoning my team or university, its just that this iteration does not represent either.
Agreed. No way I'm watching us get our ass kicked by our most hated rival!!! Prob goin to play golf and relax for a change. WDE anyways everybody.
I'm not watching for the players and definitely not the coaches. I am watching for Auburn, I love her and will not turn my back on her. In time her team will come back and I will celebrate that teams victories. In the mean time like Auburn I will go on.
Tonight a friend who is a Bama fan had to go home from his workplace with chest pains. One close loss and he has chest pains. I can't imagine what a season like our current one would do to him. Sooner or later he will have to face one and I suspect it will not be pretty. It's a good thing my friend never had to go into the military and off to war.
I hope your friend is okay. There is nothing more important than your family or your
health or your spiritual well-being.
I have been to 8 games this season, all losses. If the tickets were cheaper, I'd go to the
Iron Bowl. But I won't because there is no fight left in these Tigers. The team is just going
through the motions. The game in two weeks will be reminiscent of the 2008 game, except
it will be worse.
Hell no. I put my tickets in the trash last night. All hope is lost........
I will be attending my 11th in a row. Got to sit through the good times and the bad...
No Way!! I don't think the walls in my house or my TV would survive. I will spend those 4 hours riding my horse. My time will be better spent. WDE
This post was edited by Shaggy AU 17 months ago
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