Gus Malzahn's beautiful daughter Kenzie tried to "lighten the mood" before the Iron Bowl by texting him references to "Like A G6" by Far East Movement. "Gus in his prime element... Hahaha we tried to lighten the mood but he beat us mentally." Judging by his Wu-what? knowledge of hip hop, we're guessing he had no clue what she was talking about. It didn't … [Read more...] about Gustav ‘Slizzard Lizzard’ Malzahn promises to run over Bama ‘like a G6’
Archives for November 2010
Today is Bo Jackson's 48th birthday. I never got to interview Bo for my story in Auburn Magazine. It sucks. And it doesn't make much sense. Bo's down here a lot these days. Commencement addresses. Auburn Creed commercials. Roaming the sidelines. He's practically the new Aubie. God knows how many interviews with him I've seen roll across Google Alerts since the Arkansas game, … [Read more...] about Bo and Me
Keep Reading: * The War Eagle Jeep in Vietnam * 78 never-before-seen photos of the Kopper Kettle explosion of 1978 * Rare candids of Pat Sullivan at the 1971 Heisman banquet * G.I. Joe’s Auburn’s connection * The Great Bo Jackson A-Day Race of 1984 * Crowd shots from the 1973 Auburn-Florida game * Best reaction to being named Miss Homecoming ever * “Buck Fama” … [Read more...] about Eighth Grade Forever!: McElroy’s one finger salute
Look what popped up overnight on Luckie Street (more like Earned Street, yo) in Atlanta... Photo submitted by Roy Sockwell … Did you see something AUsome? Weird? Today? Whenever? Take a picture of it? Screen cap it? Know someone who did? Send it to us at [email protected] … and check out the Photo of the Day archives here. … [Read more...] about Atlanta is All In
One of the interesting features of this year’s Iron Bowl is the apparently radically different views of the game: for Auburn fans, a sublime comeback, or Bama fans, a dreadful collapse. But which was it—comeback or collapse? Both. Creatures like us, human beings, see themselves as agents, as the doers of deeds—at least, that way of seeing ourselves has (necessarily and … [Read more...] about The Iron Bowl – comeback or collapse?