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Graham Shuler, the son of a former Auburn offensive lineman, visited Auburn's Junior Day last Saturday.
Damn...I'm getting old.
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If you have to ask why I love Auburn so much...never mind
And so are we all! Seraph, do you know this young man? War Eagle!!
Let there be no doubt, I am indeed a proud Pop!! War Eagle!!
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He is a good bit bigger than his dad. If he has half the heart and desire his "Old" man had he should turn out pretty damn good. War Eagle!
Don't you wish there was a Bo Jr out there
My personal encounter with Rob Shuler was at the supper club in 1981. For reasons I still don't understand (aside from his blood-alcohol count), he reached out and swatted my cap off of my head. It was the Dye-era "A" cap. Of course he was much larger than me, but I faced up to him like "wth?'"....He was a good sport, thankfully, as he just grabbed me around the shoulder and bought me a beer...
His boy looks just like him except for the hair was blonder on Rob back then...
Spent a half day with Rob and Graham in Scottsdale the weekend before the BCS game. Graham is a bright, engaging young man. Combine that with his fine heritage and football knowledge and he could be a fine Division 1 lineman. The 268 pounds will be the issue. I doubt Graham was 268 in Scottsdale. Probably a center given his football smarts and lack of size.
Old we are indeed, I had a couple of classes with Rob Shuler- great guy, sounds like his son is a fine young man as well - good luck to him!
This is for the Auburn Family and everyone who played here before we did. I love ya'll, War Eagle!' Nosa Equae 10/19/13 Kyle Field Texas A&M
How about having classes with Ed Dyas, Tommy Lorino, Jimmy "Big Red" Phillips, Jim Wilson and others? Also personal relationship, i.e., a few beers with Jackie Burkett. And, to make matters worse, I was a military veteran at the time and perhaps 6 to 8 years their senior,but I still treasure these memories!
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