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Watching the game Saturday I commented to my wife that it looked like Miss St. Knew the play we were going to run before the play started. If I saw that (I'm certainly not a coach) I don't understand why our coaches in the press box didn't see it.
What I want to know is when are we going to be the ones figuring out the other teams signals and dominating them because we know what is coming???
I've got too much Auburn in me to act like bammer trash.
We should bring back the Cam Newton heads!!!
Not that I know better than the coaches but I am all for having fresh backs or receivers running the play in. Especially in a situation like this. Just more secure.
It was the checks and not the signals from the sideline.
Dyin' ain't much of a living, boy - you know who
It is weird that you mention this. I was also watching the game, but with my dog. I made the same comment to him, that "it looked like the bulldogs knew what plays we were calling." He just looked at me, and then started licking himself. I think he knew what was going on - you know, sticking up for his fellow dogs - they will do that because they are a "dog family." It made me suspicious when he acted so coy when I made the comment.
Freddie is not a bulldog by the way. Full blooded mut. I do plan on keeping an eye on him this year the week of the Georgia game.
Funny stuff. If I had a +1 I would +1 you.
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Back in my day of highschool ball we rotated wide receivers (I was one) and relayed the play to the QB. Of course we didn't know what "checking off" meant.
That and we only had about 15 plays.
If MSU was able to know our plays by the end of the 1st quarter, we are in need of much more than just playing better. That is a true coaching situation. I repeat what was asked earlier, why did the coaches not realize that? Cam's heads were fun and worked but beyond that, I worry that KF just isn't comfortable enough to change it up when he sees they are lined up for exactly what is about to play. We certainly weren't AUsome last year but we showed confidence and both Trotter and Mosley were able to change it up. That is not happening now. Is he afraid to make a decision on his own and then own it? I just can't get a handle on what the bottom line issue is with the play calling, how it is delivered and why it is so very obvious to all that are watching except the coaches. Help me out here!
I'm an AUBURN TIGER and LOVE IT!!
Just another example of not being prepared. Our coaches,players, and us fans need to man up and be Auburn Tigers. I fully believe that we have better athletes and better coaches than several of the teams that we play but everyone has to be on the same heartbeat. I dont think we have that as a coaching staff. Hopefully in time we will. A good blowout win with all players getting to play will go a long way with team moral, coaches and players, as well as fans. Can't think of a better time to get started than Saturday!!
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