Van and John discuss the AU running game situation following the LA Tech game, and Van interviews Reynolds Wolf of The Weather Channel. Plus lots of listener questions. Listen to previous episodes (and read their columns) here. … Keep Reading: * ‘Jeopardy’ contestant whose ‘Cheers’-referencing final response went viral wishes she’d written ‘War Eagle’ * Recent … [Read more...] about The AU Wishbone Podcast: A Stormy Forecast?
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Curley Hallman, Curley Hallman, Curley Hallman. You have to say that name when you talk about the game ("It cost Curley Hallman his job."). Frankly, I wouldn't even know his name if it weren't for that game. But man, I'm probably going to feel a little bad about punchlining him from now on because the man looked straight up broken when he talked to reporters, digesting and … [Read more...] about VIDEO: Curley Hallman’s 1994 Auburn-LSU post-game press conference
Ed. note: Our apologies: This was supposed to hit the Internet on Friday. But even late it's great. Early in the season Auburn faces a tough, quality opponent and the game is in doubt until late in the 4th quarter. The Auburn offense struggles as the running game doesn’t have a good day. At the end of the game Nick Marshall makes a big play passing the ball to seal … [Read more...] about The AU Wishbone: Auburn Gets off the Snyd against KSU
If history is any indication, Syracuse.com's Bud Poliquin may have just written the second-most popular column of his career. Because it's basically a cut 'n' paste Hey, remember this? repeat of what he says is "without a doubt" the most read thing he's ever written, the column he wrote after returning home from covering the visiting Orangemen's triple-overtime … [Read more...] about Twelve years later, Syracuse sports writer who was ‘Changed Forever’ by Auburn gameday experience reflects on his most popular column ever
Auburn Tri Delta's homecoming float was inspired by the front page of the Plainsman's fantastic post-Iron Bowl front page. It's at least good enough for second. h/t @ScoopPhillips. Related: 1976 Auburn homecoming float was getting high on ‘agriculture’. More awesome Auburn Miss Homecoming stuff: * Remembering Love Scales, Auburn's first black Miss Homecoming … [Read more...] about Auburn Tri Delts homecoming float features crepe paper Chris Davis on Plainsman’s post-Iron Bowl front page