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Dug this up and blew the dust off of it. This was posted on itat about six months ago by a barner prophet.
Six months ago........
"History will show that the flip of Rueben Foster to Auburn will go down as the single-most important event in changing the perception of the little/big brother roles in college football in the state of Alabama. Mainly because of what this manchild beast will do inside Jordan-Hare Stadium and the publicity that has surrounded the flip (press conference, tattoo, etc.). Not to mention the laundry list of fellow defensive recruits that are salivating at a chance to play with this wrecking ball on the field. This guy's magnetism and mentality are no different that Cam's. Both are once in a generation players and we'll have had them in Orange in Blue in a span of four years.
I've never seen a time in which truly informed Alabama fans, not the toothleess Wal-Mart Muldykes, have been in such anxiety and agony over the direction of the Auburn Football program. I love every second of it, and they see what's happening and can't do anything about it. When you treat your players as family members and they play for you out of respect and admiration, things like 28-27 happen. When you have players that fear their coach, see rampant gray-shirting, bogus medical departures and wonder if they will have their scholarship the following year, things like a 24-0 complete meltdown implosion against your hated rival happen.
It all starts at the top and CGC will go down as a legendary coach in college football history, not just Auburn history, Book It. I tell all of the ******* without hesitation that CGC will win more national championships at Auburn than Satan will at UTea. If you hook me up to a polygraph while saying it, I would pass because that's how much I believe it to be true. The perception of Auburn Football in-state and on a national level is changing.
September 1st is about to open the country's eyes as to what tenacious Auburn football is all about, and I can't wait to watch the look on little Dabo's face. These are great times to be an Auburn Tiger. A dynasty is in the making, and if you don't see it, you don't have a clue. War Damn Chizik and War Damn Eagle."
This post was edited by Crimson2theCore 14 months ago
It has been reposted at least twice on this forum in the last 24 hours and has even been reposted twice on the Auburn forum by Bama fans, one of which did it incognito as if he was an Auburn fan.
Oops. Guess I should have looked closer at the threads.
Still, this will go down as a classic!
EDIT: I guess we should be thankful we have such an active board. Went back and saw where it was posted . The last post was 15 hours ago, and it is buried 4 pages deep! And I thought I did a decent job of keeping up! lol
It IS quite comical.
I enjoy it every time, so no complaints here. =)
says David Housel
Looking forward to what "this man-child beast will do inside Jordan-Hare Stadium."
My favorite quote from the post is "A dynasty is in the making..." You have to admit, he was right about that. He was also right about that passage you quoted.
I never tire of reading that post.
Lets see...I think he will play there twice and yes I am looking forward to seeing what he does in Jordan-Hare Stadium as well...I think he will be a wrecking ball in that stadium both times he is there...
This post was edited by paydirt 14 months ago
I also wonder how he enjoyed the look on little Dabo's face when that one was over
"When you have players that fear their coach, see rampant gray-shirting, bogus medical departures and wonder if they will have their scholarship the following year, things like a 24-0 complete meltdown implosion against your hated rival happen."
Just think how good the past 5 years would have been if we didn't have this "problem?" I mean 3 out of 4 national championships, beating your arch rival 4 out of 5 years and out scoring them 180 to 63 in those 5 years...3 of those being offensive shutouts, having the number one recurring class in the nation 5 out of 6 years and preseason number 1 looking to 3 peat going into a new season. Man just think what might have been if we had a real coach.
OMG!!! first time for me... Will laugh for several days..WOW!
Talking about delusional... They have a severe case of envy.
Burn baby burn. & Go to hell tennessee
I think that post has at least 1-2 years of re-posting life in it. It's just that ridiculous.
University of Alabama: The high mark of college football since 1892
I remember when this was originally posted on das bunker following "the flip" and it was pretty funny/delusional then - would love to have seen the author's face on NSD.
"Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places you have to look at it right."
Auburn football is like the Minnesota Vikings extremely over hyped in the off season just to give their fans false hope then they are disappointed when they lose.
Its all good you can't get to much of that...
This post was edited by BamaT11 14 months ago
keep on posting, it helps prove the myth that barners understand football is just a myth.
Its funny how they say we will fire Saban after a bad year, and yet they just did it to their "Aubun man"
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