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EJ's style is perfect for GUS BUS FOOTBALL.
Both are agressive attacking schemes
Ellis has an agressive attacking scheme?
4-2-5 is naturally aggressive.
He was anything but aggressive when he was at Bama I know that.
Who will the new coach be in 2 years at Auburn?
I wanted South Carolina DC
Exactly. Congrats on Johnny Football last night. Well deserved.
No shit, dude NEVER blitzed.
Capt, I think you are a little off base thinking that Ellis has an "attacking" scheme.
Stupid human lies never carry weight. They only make lames feel good about themselves.
I think 2015 will be the make or break year for Malzahn. I except struggles to continue next season but not to the same extent. Guys don't like going from undisciplined to disciplined and you'll lose a lot of players from the 2013 defense albeit not that great and Jake Holland's replacement just about has to be better. Wouldn't surprise me if he loses his starting role this year
You didn't get a championship of any kind out of the Heisman season either. Should've ponied up the money.
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
Nothing wrong with a good investment as long as you get the return.
EJ was über aggressive when SC ended Bama's title run in 2010.
Grimes is a solid hire as Auburn's OL coach.
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
The guy is an OL wizard!
He coached with Gus Malzahn at Arkansas State, and has plenty of experience coaching in the South
He knows the game, that's for sure.
I Believe Auburn and Love IT...4 Life!
You should prepare yourself to live with the consequences of your decisions, whatever they may be.
I know you are trolling/being facetious, but if he was Gus' first choice he would have been at AU recruiting a while ago.
The guy's resume speaks for its self. You are making it seem as though the guy has put out bad OL's or has never coached in a big time conference. None of which is true. You sound as if you just desire for Auburn fans to be sick. Either that or you are thinking his name is Jeff Grimes. Jeff's lines at Auburn the last couple of years have been an abomination. I think JB Grimes is a great hire. Also, who has a big name as a OL coach? I do not know any.
Rodney Garner just hired away from Georgia. Big hire.
Auburn's new defensive staff has massive knowledge. Can't wait! Welcome Melvin Smith!
Lol, we are old as hell.
If he gets to 7 wins it will be an incredible coaching job.
QB: I don't think you have one on your roster that should be playing in the SEC.
RB: T. Mason ran for 1,002 and 8 TD's, he'll be better and will have help from CAP, Blakely (assuming he can hold onto the football), and your QB (Wallace or KF)
WR: Major improvement is needed, no standouts return.
TE: Uzomah had a good - year 7 catches for 136 yards and a TD. He should be a nice weapon.
OL: I guess the starting group will be as follows:
LT - G. Robinson
LG - D. Danzey
C - R. Dismukes
RG - C. Slade
RT - P. Miller
A combined 64 starts is pretty good and a step in the right direction, they should be improved.
Defensive line SHOULD be the strength of the defense, we'll see if they can pull it together.
LB is a weakness, Frost, Holland, McKinzy, Swain, Garrett & Mitchell will have a long year.
DB - Corner should be fairly solid, with Holsey and Mincy starting backed-up by 2 seniors in Davis & White. Safety could be a liability or an asset, depends on whether Whitehead & Florence buy in or are in the dog house.
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