Quindarius Carr could go very far / Because Auburn’s greatest punt return man was once featured on an RC can.
You’ll get much better poetry than that in the latest installment of Amorak Huey’s season-long series of football verse.
And if you don’t, you can put us in a hearse / ba-dum chhhh.
Two coaches diverged in the wood.
Auburn definitely chose the one less traveled.
Poet Amorak Huey offers us a Frostian take on the well-worn Steve Spurrier.
“Wonder whose hand will seize this fire? / I’ll tell you now: His name is Dyer.” William Blake ain’t never done better.
The second installment of Amorak Huey’s game-by-game, season-long series of football verse compares Sir Cameron Newton’s second rushing touchdown as an Auburn Tiger to a holy love affair, and invokes Irish mythology to voice the Auburn fan’s secret certainty that with Cam, there can be no such thing as a busted play.
First in a season-long series of football verse from TWER poet lAUreate Amorak Huey.