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I think we have a right to question. We have a right to be concerned. We have a RESPONSIBILITY to be objective, respectful of the players, coaches and administrators. Even respectful of fans you dont agree with and the flamers that sometimes defile our website.
Those people are there... here and in any and all other forums. They seek to be a wet blanket on the fire of our program. They are small people. Small minded but full of hate for who we are and what we stand for. See, Updyke, Harvey.....
The resulting 'balance' that we see here... some people passionately concerned.... some people passionately defensive about the program is an understandable byproduct of the 'wet blanket' folks who constantly prowl to undermine our program. It's why we hate Finebaum so much. It's why we keep up with him. It's why you see what you see here. It's natural and normal. It's who we are.
You have every right to dissagree with any view put forth here, (including this one), but please do so respectfully, fairly and objectively. That's the Auburn way.....
Unless you are a coach named Gene Chizik, I think your opinions about what is bad coaching is wasting your breath.
Quite honestly, I would guess that those that are so quick to criticize these coaches and the players are the same ones that kept saying game after game last year we were going to lose a lot of games if we kept playing the way we did early.
We are National Champions. Get over it or celebrate it, whichever.
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