AU vs. MSU

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AU vs. MSU

augolfnut
Knuckle Draggin\' Soldier
Joined: 15 Nov 2009, 04:31

01 Oct 2017, 02:48 #1

 Say what you will, but we are getting better.   I don't understand why 32 isn't allowed to run the football when the game is still in doubt.  I wonder what the deal is with Kam Martin (injury)?  Don't know why Gus can't go for it on 4th and a foot without calling time out to think about it.
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Aubie
TIGER OVERLORD
Joined: 26 Aug 2006, 22:09

01 Oct 2017, 19:42 #2

Too bad we didn't have Daniel Thomas on special teams in 2013.  We would have won the MNC easily with him tackling FSU's obvious fake punt late in 2nd quarter.
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justautigers
Chief Slobber Knocker
Joined: 21 Nov 2010, 21:13

02 Oct 2017, 00:54 #3

It was a great night to watch the game. The temp was lower and a very nice breeze. Auburn jumped on them from the kick-off and didn't seem to let up. Not sure how TV showed it but it really appears KJ is maybe 70% not the 90% reported. He pulled up on that breakaway run he had early and jogged hobbled to the sidelines ahead of the tackle. Was very surprised to see him right back in next play. Did Kam Martin have some type issue no one knows about? He didn't play a snap. Watching Stidham from the stadium was something else. You are able to see the play develop and that guy is money. Anyone recall the shots we used to take down field over last few yrs with a wide open recvr and a ball thrown 5-10 yds beyond them.
Also to see our defense in person was something else. DO NOT run to the EDGE. There is no room. But if you do get there by some chance you better expect to get drilled.

Headed back down for the Iron Bowl. The way things seem to be shaking up it could be an incredible game.
I realize you are never as good as you look when you when win or as bad as you look when you lose, but we looked like the Auburn of 2010 but a more pissed off demeanor. 

War Eagle 
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CharlesUFarley
TIGER OVERLORD
Joined: 28 Sep 2008, 00:02

04 Oct 2017, 18:57 #4

justautigers wrote: It was a great night to watch the game. The temp was lower and a very nice breeze. Auburn jumped on them from the kick-off and didn't seem to let up. Not sure how TV showed it but it really appears KJ is maybe 70% not the 90% reported. He pulled up on that breakaway run he had early and jogged hobbled to the sidelines ahead of the tackle. Was very surprised to see him right back in next play. Did Kam Martin have some type issue no one knows about? He didn't play a snap. Watching Stidham from the stadium was something else. You are able to see the play develop and that guy is money. Anyone recall the shots we used to take down field over last few yrs with a wide open recvr and a ball thrown 5-10 yds beyond them.
Also to see our defense in person was something else. DO NOT run to the EDGE. There is no room. But if you do get there by some chance you better expect to get drilled.

Headed back down for the Iron Bowl. The way things seem to be shaking up it could be an incredible game.
I realize you are never as good as you look when you when win or as bad as you look when you lose, but we looked like the Auburn of 2010 but a more pissed off demeanor. 

War Eagle 
It's always great to watch when everything goes according to script.  The angst against Malzahn is at least partially the result of what happens when things don't go according to script.

The defense, though, is better.  It is true that Mississippi State and Missouri did a lot of things to help us, but the defense is still tremendously improved over what we have come to accept around here.  Maybe that's enough to flip the script, or maybe it masks the issue.  Time will tell.
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justautigers
Chief Slobber Knocker
Joined: 21 Nov 2010, 21:13

04 Oct 2017, 19:19 #5

Agreed CUF
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1983AUGrad
TIGER OVERLORD
Joined: 05 Jan 2006, 05:19

09 Oct 2017, 18:18 #6

CharlesUFarley wrote:
justautigers wrote: It was a great night to watch the game. The temp was lower and a very nice breeze. Auburn jumped on them from the kick-off and didn't seem to let up. Not sure how TV showed it but it really appears KJ is maybe 70% not the 90% reported. He pulled up on that breakaway run he had early and jogged hobbled to the sidelines ahead of the tackle. Was very surprised to see him right back in next play. Did Kam Martin have some type issue no one knows about? He didn't play a snap. Watching Stidham from the stadium was something else. You are able to see the play develop and that guy is money. Anyone recall the shots we used to take down field over last few yrs with a wide open recvr and a ball thrown 5-10 yds beyond them.
Also to see our defense in person was something else. DO NOT run to the EDGE. There is no room. But if you do get there by some chance you better expect to get drilled.

Headed back down for the Iron Bowl. The way things seem to be shaking up it could be an incredible game.
I realize you are never as good as you look when you when win or as bad as you look when you lose, but we looked like the Auburn of 2010 but a more pissed off demeanor. 

War Eagle 
It's always great to watch when everything goes according to script.  The angst against Malzahn is at least partially the result of what happens when things don't go according to script.

The defense, though, is better.  It is true that Mississippi State and Missouri did a lot of things to help us, but the defense is still tremendously improved over what we have come to accept around here.  Maybe that's enough to flip the script, or maybe it masks the issue.  Time will tell.
Dang CUF, I thought you were getting soft until that last comment...   Whew!!!  glad the earth is still round....
   As if I didn't Love Auburn already....... My Son is an Auburn Tiger!!!!

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