Pat Dye tells Harper Lee she’s not smart enough to have written “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
That Lefty doubled as Auburn’s basketball coach in the 30s doesn’t constitute “institutional indifference.”
TWILIGHT ZONE, Universe (TWER)– Earlier today, Tommy Tuberville flew over the radar-screen cotton fields of West Texas en route to a new job and a new life, just like I did 16 months ago, a teary-eyed decision that cost me a press pass to SEC Media Days, inspired blog posts titled “Loveliest Village of the Llano Estacado” and the original “I Believe in Auburn… and Lubbock” and which has apparently opened a worm hole.
The duty of this eleven was / To put Tuscaloosa in tears.
There was Smith and Shafer and Johnny Glenn / And Brown and Williams too.
Many others with us came / And wore the Orange and Blue
And eleven little tiger boys, lad / Will break Tuscaloosa’s heart.
She is another that we will smother / Before we drift apart.