In which a recruit's name is plugged into Google and the bits of information that trickle out–guru ratings, newspaper profiles, YouTube highlights, all that stuff–are synthesized in the hopes of getting a clearer picture of the player we’ll see at Auburn next fall. Previously: Jessel Curry, Craig Sanders, Roszell Gayden, Brandon Mosley, Demetruce McNeal, Jake Holland, … [Read more...] about Google surveys the recruits: Ryan Smith
Archives for June 2010
This week's Offseason Topic Du Jour around the Auburn-Alabama beat: Stadiums. More specifically, the size of those stadiums. Even more specifically, the size of one stadium, viz. Tuscaloosa's Bryant-Denny, as compared to the size of the second, viz. Auburn's Jordan-Hare. And most specifically of all, that the size of the first has now come to outpace the size of the second … [Read more...] about Jordan-Hare: Better rather than bigger?
By popular demand?!? The only way the Bob Bradley era could end, really. Expectations met, but opportunities missed. Acceptable-to-excellent results (they did win the group, after all), but the nagging feeling they had little to do with the coach in charge. Solid in-game adjustments, but only to repair inexcusable starting lineup decisions. Excepting only the five halves … [Read more...] about World Cup: All but not great things come to an end
Just a quick handful of links for you: It might be so good we're going to call it the "Primary." The offensive line and wide receiver are so 2010. What's really "in" for Auburn recruiting these days is the secondary. They've already got a high-upside safety prospect committed in Anthony Swain, lead solidly for two more Rivals100 prospects in corner Jonathan Rose and safety … [Read more...] about Krootin’, 6/29