FSU fans all over the state are shaking in their clown shoes....

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  1. born2beagator

    born2beagator Well-Known Member

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    Sorry FSU. No slow big ten team for you. Auburn's ground game is going to have your heads spinning.
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    This is going to be a track meet.
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    It's all about Auburn's D imo. Do they have the secondary and front four/seven to get after JW?
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  4. born2beagator

    born2beagator Well-Known Member

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    Good lord. Some dweeb just compared FSU to the 95 Huskers.
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    What I liked was seeing some hesitantcy and lack of focus from fsu in their game v.s. Duke and an AU team that is just on a roll against Mizzou.
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    Actually there are a numbner of similarities between Missouri's offense and that of our state indian school, so the game today gave AU some real game practice for what they will face. To me, the biggest edge AU will have is having a much bette head coach.
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    What AU has going for it in a big way is it has been battle tested, while FSU has had everything handed to them
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    Gus Malzahn vs Jumbo Fisher is like Greg Popavich vs Mike Brown. Gus is gonna out coach him badly.
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    born2beagator Well-Known Member

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    Odds anticipated to be FSU -7

    I don't know anything about gambling, what does that mean?
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    FSU a 7 point favorite. Pretty hilarious, actually.
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    I think FSU still wins it, unfortunately.
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    Although it is unfortunate that fans of the ref$u and the suckeyes don't get to share their pre-game affection and respect for each other. hehehehe
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    The best teams to face FSU were Bama and MSU, really. They still haven't faced a great defense.
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    born2beagator Well-Known Member

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    I think AU's D is just good enough to hold FSU down long enough for AU's offense to get going. I don't think FSU will be able to slow Auburn's run game down
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    Auburn by a touchdown.
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    Auburn will be able to move on FSU, but I just don't think it will be enough.

    Hope I'm wrong.
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    Alabama woud have beaten ref$u by two touchdowns. Alabama succumbed to the year long pressure similar to what we did in 2009. Saban would have his team better prepared to perform against ref$u than any other team out there today.
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    If Auburn can get to JW and send him to the sidelines, they'll win.
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    JW probably wins the Heisman which will make it very hard for him to handle game prep and focus necessary to prepare for the game. And, of course, he could get arrested again.
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