The Daily Believer: 12.08.09

The Daily Believer is your daily-ish dose of whAUtever, a dose that grows by the second, minute, hour, who knows. Maybe there’s something going on tonight at the Gnu’s Room. Maybe there’s a volleyball game. Maybe there’s some update to The War Eagle Reader you need to know about. Maybe last night’s episode of House referenced Bo. Maybe Pat Dye’s Pants have no reserve on eBay. In other words, we’re live-blogging Auburn – town, gown, idea – and we need your help. Are you putting on an event? A show? Let us know. Know about one? Let us know. Spot Chizik at Byrons? Let us know. Did you see that episode of House? Let us know.

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Tuesday, December 8, 2009 [new posts at the top]

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*** “8th National Championship …?”

<a href=";brand=foxsports&#038;from=metadatawidget_en-us_foxpsorts_videocentral&#038;vid=d65cd191-4e7c-46c4-96af-336f9d04bf0a" target="_new" title="BCS Championship: 'Bama-Texas">Video: BCS Championship: &#8216;Bama-Texas</a>

HT to AubOrange (see comments below). The “BCS Selection Show” said Bama has seven national championships. — [JMC – 1:45 p.m.]

*** Never underestimate the power of The Reader:

Remember that whole Lott Shots thing we told you to vote for?

Darvin, inex-freakin’-plicably, might not have won any All-SEC honors but he sure as hell won that.

Lott Shot— [JDH – 11:36 a.m.]

*** Holiday cheer from Auburn’s Radio Flyer Theatre.


The theatre group (made up of students and faculty) is presenting mp3 productions of O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi” and “The Last Leaf.” The mp3s will be available sometime today. The group is accepting contributions to a scholarship fund. Click here to go to the Auburn’s Department of Theatre home page, which should have the shows up soon. Click here to donate to the “AU Theatre Patrons Scholarship Fund” online. — [JMC – 10:30 a.m.]

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