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Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn says his players have work to do after the first full-pad practice of the spring.
Rome wasn't built in a day and AU football won't be either, but i think it is in very capable hands...looking forward to the finish line...WDE
I'm glad Rhett is there to run the offense for Gus. Things shouldn't drop off in practice.
I hope the defense improves greatly!
Attitude is Everything
Thanks Phillip. CGM's comments don't surprise me at all. Only time and hard work will get the guys somewhere close to Gus' standards I think! WDE
Just very glad to see Gus have standards. Seems as if all that went away over the past couple of years.
I'm glad to hear we didn't have another " good practice." After so many for last year, I like hearing the truth. I can handle it.
Most interesting to me is the body language, eye contact and voice inflections in both videos. If you go back and pull videos from last year of both, the body language was completely different. Much more confident this year.........although they both took a lot of abuse from the faithful last year (shame on us) I would not be surprised to see them both have very solid years. In fact, going out on a limb a bit, would not be surprised to see the KF that we all expected. Carrying 20+ pounds of extra bad weight is a big difference!! Also, reading a bit between their lines, seems like there was too much "thinking" vs. "reacting" going on last year. All the best to these fine young men and you deserve our POSITIVE support throughout. WDE
This post was edited by AUCowboy on 3/30/2013 at 7:06 PM
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