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With the game being nationally televised, Auburn fans have to show up in full support. The team must fight and not lay down. If we are a no show and the team lays down, it could be a scar that marks the program in a very bad way. People will have a picture of a derailed program with a fair weather fan base. Not a good look. This weekend Auburn fans and team have to fight for pride. This weekend is not about Georgia. It is not about being a spoiler. It is not about Chizik's future. It is about pride and respect!
This post was edited by TWright on 11/4/2012 at 8:29 PM
My family and friends are as conservative as they come. We do not jump on fire the coach, fire everybody bandwagons but now we are ready for change. That said, we will all be at the Ga. Game and dumb or not, we will be there at the end of the game. I am definitely a sunshine pumper but even so, I expect us to lose fairly badly. I distinctly remember being at Samford Stadium in Athens when Auburn beat Georgia badly in the Bowden (see Fred Beasley and Takeo Spikes) and Tubs (see Ben Leard and Daniels) years and even once with Barfield when Brooks and Cribbs both broke 1,000 yds for the season that day. They piled out of the stadim at halftime in droves each time, and to me, it sheds a pretty bad light. There are other ways to say we as supporters are unhappy in my opinion.
You know, I do not want to be those fans. I will be there and as I stated, not because I think it will be pretty.
You should sell your tickets if you can't make the game. Or at least donate them to a needy kid.
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