"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
It could be a bit nipply out there around 7 pm CET kickoff, but not too different from Ann Arbor weather.
Following 13-17 loss to Vanderbilt and 1-6 start, Auburn OC Scot Loeffler is under fire by Auburn fans for his play calling. Loeffler's post game interview and Auburn fan comments here.
Auburn has lost it's starting QB (5-star So. Kiehl Frazier) to injury, and the replacements Jr Clint Moseley and Fr. Jonathan Wallace are both playing very poorly. Loeffler was hired by Chizik to install a pro-style, power run offense, scrapping the spread option shotgun offense of recent years.
Here was an interesting media interview with Loeffler earlier in the Auburn preseason - comparing Tim Tebow and Tom Brady - an usual question by the media, but anyway.
God bless you Brendan Gibbons. You've come a long way. Enjoy the moment. And the brunette girls.
That is all.
Kudos to Brian Bennett (of ESPN) for pretty much calling Gibbon's role in this game:
The hero of this game? Wolverines kicker Brendan Gibbons, who makes three big field goals.
I know this may be a little too early for the networks to decide but I am really hoping for a 3:30 ABC kick. I was wondering what you all thought after looking over the schedule. There are many attractive games that weekend for the networks.
Go Blue! Happy Birthday Denard!