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Auburns Cam Newtons MNC team?
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
Mark Barron finished last season with 2 functioning arms. So yes.
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With the game being played in Tuscaloosa, two or three of Auburn's key defensive players being suspended for the 1st half due to a fight in the Georgia game, and bammer also benefitting from at least two bogus calls by the referees.
When Auburn was at full strenght in the second half, they dominated the game. bammer only had 67 yards total offense during the entire 2nd half and only crossed the 50 yard line one time
Absolutely. It wouldn't even be close. Auburn played a close game against Oregon, a team not exactly know for its lockdown defense. If Oregon could pretty much keep Cam Newton in check, Alabama would have shut him down.
So we all agree that 2011 Alabama>2010 auburn.
One of bammers touchdowns in that game was also set up by a completely bogus call by the referees. Nick Fairley sacked ginger mcelroy for a huge loss on 3rd down. This should have forced bammer to punt. However, the referees called Fairley for a bogus unsportsmanlkike penalty because he took one small hop into the air. The penalty gave bammer an automatic first down and they went on to score a touchdown. Spence Tillman said on CBS' halftime show that the penalty against Fairley was the most bogus call by a referee he has ever seen in his entire life
Shhhhh... He's rolling
I am just pointing out facts. An Oregon fan sayin all those teams would beat Auburn is basically an insult to your own team considering the 2010 Auburn team beat the best team Oregon has ever had in their entire history
Are you Pat fain Dye?
I am not mad at all. We have still have the crystal football. That is all I care about
Don't even start with that "relatively average" bs.
You guys were saying it was the greatest bamuh team in history.
Injuries decimated that team.
But to the OP,
'11 Alabama 21
'10 Auburn 20
No Aubie, based on the OP's question you're pointing out *meaningless* facts. That said, it's not an insult to my own team to suggest Bama 2011 would thump Oregon 2010. Simply having eyes, half a brain, and pointing out what I feel to be obvious does not equate to denigrating my own team. Just as, conversely, being profoundly homer-stupid, consistently, when you discuss Auburn Football or the SEC does Auburn Football no favors.
I'll allow the non-Bama and Auburn fans to answer this one for us. So far, I like the answer.
It would still be awesome to watch Cam against that Bama D last season
I was talking about last year.
2004 Auburn would WHIP 2010 Auburn.
I'd love to see 2004 AU vs 2011 Alabama
Auburn 2010. Greatest team ever
2001 THE U greatest team ever and its not even close! We had a NFl player at almost every position!
How am I being a homer? For anybody to act like it is impossible for the 2010 Auburn team to beat the bammer team from last year is laughable, considering a LSU team led by Jordan Jefferson and Jarrett Lee at quarterback beat that Alabama team in Tuscaloosa
This is the first post you've made relating to the 2011 Alabama team at all, Lenny. Ergo, you've done nothing but address your meaningless, irrelevant opinions, just as the Duck said.
2011 LSU and Bama handle 2010 Auburn with ease.
you can easily answer your question w/ a question.
ask yourself which of "the six" SEC NC teams was the lesser of the group ?
and repeat question
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