He Ain’t Slaying In Big Blue

He Ain’t Slaying In Big Blue

The New York Giants have an underrated wide receiver room heading into the 2022 season. With Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, and others, quarterback Daniel Jones has the potential to set career-high records across the board. But, it seems as if Darius Slayton could be the odd one out of this corps. A former fifth-round pick, […]

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 Roger McCreary CB – Scouting Report

Roger McCreary CB – Scouting Report

Ht – 5’11”        Wt – 190lb      Class – SR        Age – 22 Attribute Breakdown Fluidity – Although McCreary plays with very good fluidity, his hip-flip and change-of-direction ability aren’t top-tier. He is plenty capable of swiveling his hips and sticking with receivers, but he doesn’t possess the fluidity of other Corners in this class. Press […]

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 Auburn Men’s Basketball Due for a Big One

Auburn Men’s Basketball Due for a Big One

The Auburn Tigers Men’s basketball team has emerged as the top team in the country with not much debate about it. The Tigers began the season in the number 21 spot and have steadily climbed their way to number four, where they currently reside, with their only loss being to a then number 22 UCONN […]

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 Sharples’ Week 1 CFB Gambling Picks

Sharples’ Week 1 CFB Gambling Picks

Welcome to week 1 of CFB gambling picks! Week 0 showed us how unpredictable early season football can be. Both Florida and Arizona did not cover as favorites, with the latter getting dominated as double digit favorites at the hands of Hawaii. That’s why week 1 college football really is the toughest week to project […]

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 CFB Game Of The Week: Auburn vs Oregon

CFB Game Of The Week: Auburn vs Oregon

The College Football season “officially” kicks off this weekend, and the CFB game of the week is without question Auburn vs. Oregon. Let me give you some insight on the two teams clashing this weekend, and give some tasty sports betting morsels to hold you over until Saturday night. Spread: Auburn -3.5 Over/Under: 55.5 TV: […]

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 Rod Bramblett: The Devastating Loss

Rod Bramblett: The Devastating Loss

On the evening of May 25th, Rod Bramblett, the voice of the Auburn Tigers and his wife Paula were killed in a car crash. As a lifelong Auburn fan, I’ve listened to Rod call countless football, basketball and baseball games. He had such a unique and charismatic voice that when you heard him; you knew […]

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 Did the NCAA Rig the Final Four for Virginia?

Did the NCAA Rig the Final Four for Virginia?

Auburn’s cinderella run has come to an end. After making their first final four appearance ever, the Tigers fell to Virginia in a game that, unfortunately, will be remembered for a “bad call.” But, was it that egregious? The Game Itself I’m not going to dwell on the game itself, because that’s not why you’re […]

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 More Than a Game: 2011 Alabama Crimson Tide

More Than a Game: 2011 Alabama Crimson Tide

Sports are an integral part of my life. Most of my time is spent watching sports, reading about sports, and playing sports or sport related video games. Since you are reading this, I assume you are in a similar situation. With that being said, somethings transcend sports. In times of tragedy, sports are used as […]

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 What’s Wrong With Auburn Football?

What’s Wrong With Auburn Football?

Hello, panicking Auburn fan here. Auburn just lost to Tennessee… at home… in a football game. Auburn is now 4-3 and have fallen from the AP poll. They have no chance of making the CFB playoff. While trying to find reasons not to jump off of a cliff, I figured it might do some good to […]

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 BREAKING: Kelly Bryant to Remain a Tiger

BREAKING: Kelly Bryant to Remain a Tiger

It’s almost too easy nowadays! Before you click out of this blog let me rest my case. Kelly Bryant will indeed be playing for the Tigers next season, the Auburn Tigers that is.   History Won’t Repeat Itself There is one thing for certain, Coach Malzahn is licking his chops right now. Probably foaming at the […]

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