News of the day, 9/13
I got a 40" LCD 1080p Samsung. Big up to readers Patrick Peters and Tommy Godwin, whose advice I ultimately took. Thanks to everyone who provided ideas. I had to eliminate plasmas because they were too reflective. I really wanted the Pioneer, which wasn't reflective. I couldn't get the price into a sports writer range.
Now that I have a sweet new television rockin' the house, I'm back on the football tip. Check below for more million-dollar insights.
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Auburn practiced this morning and two injured players (S Aairon Savage and LB Tray Blackmon) again were participating fully. Their status has been upgraded to "probable" by coach Tommy Tuberville. I predicted zero MSU points during an interview with Max Howell this morning. If Blackmon plays like he usually does, I may have to dip MSU's forceast into negative numbers.
Isn't it odd that LT King Dunlap, the most experienced player on Auburn's offensive line, has been the lowest-graded player in both games so far? I've been on some radio shows lately with hosts who want me to disparage the offense -- these things are obvious after about 20 interviews -- but the offensive line is actually a very encouraging element for the Tigers. Surely Dunlap will increase his production to usual levels soon. Then Auburn adds three young guys making quick improvement (G Mike Berry, G Tyronne Green and RT Lee Ziemba) and a shrewd center in Jason Bosley. Blocking will be a strength by mid-season.