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Thanks for noticing. Are you one of J Lee's henchmen? Sent to make life miserable for the wholesome Bama fans on tBB?
Don't even know who that is... I'm just here doing the same thing you are, talkin s*** and having a good time. No e-fights please...
Why So Serious?
You know you are a man when you Efight come on Will
Doesn't sound like that at all, seems like you just want to remember that for a little confidence boost.
Short answer...... Because we can.
Also, I think you need to revisit how you determine what a "decent thread" is.
Or Trent Richardson, Dre K, Julio Jones and the other many draft picks we have produced in recent years.Opposed to your what? Oh yea, let's bring up 10 years ago to feel beter about the upcoming season, last season, two seasons before that, three seasons before that..
By far the worst is when you take a crap in a public bathroom and discover that thin cheap paper. No matter how many times you fold it over it always breaks. Every time.
No, I don't think you are seeing the point. We PRODUCE NFL talent, you guys wait three years to get a kid who comes in and carries your team on your back. We aren't claiming our coaches are more successful at the NFL, but in college, our coaches blow yours away..
I think your coaches do a great job, no shots to take at them. But for our coaches, I will point out that the 2010 class was their first full class, and those guys are just now becoming juniors (or even red-shirt sophomores) this season, so I don't think you can judge yet how well the staff develops talent. So far, from that class, Lemonier, Whitaker, and (would have been) Dyer look NFL bound. But most of those guys have two or three years left to play. Guys like Chris Davis, Ryan White, Ryan Smith, Trovon Reed, Ladarious Owens, and Shon Coleman have a long, long way to go before we know if they see draft day.
From the 2009 class, most of which they inherited, Lutzenkirchen, and Blake are sure NFL picks. There are several more that could end up getting drafted too since they have 1 or 2 years left to play (Nosa Eguae, Dee Ford, Jonathan Evans, John Sullen, etc).
Anyway, the point is that the Auburn staff is at least two years behind the Alabama staff in judging how well they develop talent. So we really can't compare until about two drafts from now when their first full class from 2010 has run all the way through their eligibility.
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EVERY time. Damn cheap toilet paper pisses me off like no other.
LOL @ you. Want some cheese with that wine?
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