Auburn gets Revenge....Handles Florida!

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  1. MRamirez

    MRamirez Go Devils!

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    Auburn gets Revenge....Handles Florida!

    Auburn seems to be coming together as the year progresses and many of the changes to the Offense and Defense are starting to pay dividends. It was evident on this Saturday afternoon in Gainesville as the Auburn Tigers exacted some sweet revenge winning 38-22.

    Auburn controlled most of the game and the clock holding close to a 200 yard advantage on offense, winning the turnover battle, and holding the ball close to 15 minutes longer than the hometown Gators.

    The game started out nip and tuck and was very close as each team would move the ball but would stall with turnovers. The 1st Auburn drive was aided when after an intercepted pass the Defensive Back then laid the ball back on the ground only to be recovered by the Wide Receiver to maintain possession for the Tigers.

    Florida has a tremendous front seven but was neutralized by a quick passing scheme and the quick feet of new starting QB Tyrik Rollison. William Hamilton had assumed the starting duties in Preseason practice but has been hampered with nagging injuries throughout the season. The offense seems to be coming together at the right time with Rollison under center and the Auburn faithful are encouraged to know they have great depth at the position.

    GG Florida and Coach VASteelah!

    The SEC is always brutal but this year the schedule makers were exceptionally unkind as the Tigers finish the season with SEC powers Georgia and Alabama and then take on ACC juggernauts Georgia Tech and Clemson.

    OUCH~
     
  2. Mogriffjr

    Mogriffjr Walk On

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    oooh Rollison is back eh? uh-oh lol....good win Ramirez.
     
  3. jfosh

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    Coach Ramirez and Auburn come to their senses and put back in Rollison.

    Just in time for the stretch run.

    Auburn is quietly undfeated in the SEC. This weeks showdown against the Bulldogs is BIG !!!

    Georgia sits at #7 with 2 losses. The polls love Georgia!!!
     

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