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J.M. Comer

J.M. graduated from Auburn in 1998 and again in 2000 with bachelor's degrees in English and journalism. He is currently a copy editor in Washington, D.C., and lives in Baltimore, Land of Pleasant Living. If you find yourself in beautiful Baltimore, he recommends Faidley's crab cakes, a stop at Atomic Books, an O's game at Camden Yards and plenty of Natty Boh.

NYC Auburn Club to host Heisman Tiger Walk

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More than 500 Tiger fans poured out into the streets of Manhattan last weekend and hit "Tiny Toomer's" on 3rd Avenue after the SEC Championship. This week the NYC Auburn Club, an alumni group in New York City, wants to try something different but also an Auburn fan staple: a Tiger Walk. The spin? It's for Cam Newton, his guest* Coach Gene Chizik and President Jay Gogue as they head into the Best Buy Theater.

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Sunday morning biscuits and gravy KING’S FEAST!!


You are allowed to strut your stuff this morning ... hell ... for the rest of the year and part of the next. It's in the "Official Fanatic Bylaws of the Southeastern Conference." Stick out your chest. You sir and madam, are the proud fan of the SEC's top team ... your team and mine ... the Auburn Tigers. 2010 SEC champs. Undefeated.

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Saturday morning biscuits and gravy … nothing but gravy


Check back often. Updating throughout the morning. Let’s cruise around the Internet. [9:25 p.m. CST] Heh heh heh. Via AP and Todd Van Emst. [8:20 p.m. CST] Auburn Undercover gathers quotes about Auburn’s defense. My favorite from Ted Roof: On defense’s habit of making dramatic improvement in second half “Maybe …

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RPM: Smilin’ Jack likes his Bear … rrrrrrare!

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It's a special week of course and Smilin' (and fightin') Jack won't let you down. Let's just say the man was prolific when it came to the Iron Bowl. Of course, we're saving some of his doo-wah ditty-ditties for next year (and the year after). So stick around and we'll make it worth your while. Eventually. The first selection this week is entitled "Skin the Bear."

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