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TRADITION IS THE FOUNDATION GREAT PROGRAMS ARE BUILT UPON.
Can we put reverse psychosis in the Bol dictionary?
"If you want to walk the heavenly streets of gold, you gotta know the password, 'Roll, tide, roll!'"
lol, I'm all for it! Heee lair eee ous... I'll use some reverse psychosis!
1960 Les Paul
No kidding. How redumbdant can one person be? Oh wait... he is a goat humper.
^^^This was my exact thought.
great use of capitalization in there as well
Somebody should go over there and troll them with bolisms.don't take this with a grade of saw,harbaugh is very interested in the job.a booster told this to my dad but who nose.he is looking to get out of san Fran ,he feels like they have taken him for granite.this is all mind bottling I know,but we should get ready to welcome him to the family. Epic.
It blows my mind that people continue to bring up Harbaugh for any job. I realize nobody wants to work with Stephen Ross and Jeff Ireland, but he turned down an offer to move to the east coast as the highest-paid coach in the NFL. He also turned down several other offers, including the Broncos. He wants to stay in the Bay Area and he wants to stay in the NFL. That leaves exactly one team and there's a rule against him taking that job even if offered it.
Maybe they can go back to Iowa State and get Paul Rhodes and give back Chizik....
What Harbaugh did at Stanford was really impressive. If you put him in charge of Tennesse, Auburn, or Georgia he would quickly turn them into consistently formidable teams. No way it happens.
Reading this makes me wish we could go back to TOS from 2002 - 2006 and look at some of our most far-reaching posts. I bet there are some real gems.
Nice piece, but that would never happen. Auburn does not have the money to do that nor is he interested in that position.
I'm beginning to think Ole Yeller is an Alabama plant. Guy is getting the Barn fan base hyped up to play a 2-win Vandy team. If they lose it will be an epic melt down.
Auburn will not fire Jim for a variety of reasons this year, unless they lose to either N.M. State or Alabama A&M, the main reason is they would be bidding, at a minimum, against Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee, all of whom look to be ready to break the bank on big name hires.
While Auburn is a fairly attractive job there are numerous reasons no one wants it at this time.
First, your biggest rival, who you probably need to beat at least once every 3-4 years, is coach by Nick Saban.
Second, due to a SEC schedule shift you now play at LSU, at Arkansas & at Texas A&M or at Georgia & at Alabama in any given year.
Third, Auburn just fired a HC two years after he won a BCS title, so you would have to assume you would need to win big in 3 years or less.
Fourth, "the legend," Pay Dye still has an office in the athletic dept., still gets a paycheck from Auburn, and his name is on the field, so you would have to wonder if it was your program or his.
There are other reasons, but these are just the 4 that jump off the page to me.
I'm not convinced that Texas will be looking for a new coach. If I were a betting man I would bet against it.
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