GAME DAY, Auburn at Louisiana State
The key is to get to Government Street, cut west, cut south on St. Phillip and, BOOM, you're there in like 3 minutes. You have to roll through a tough part of town. Small price to pay.
You're a better person for making the HOTTEST Auburn blog on the 'net part of your day.
Wideout Robert Dunn will NOT be playing tonight due to a "violation of practice policy." So there ya go. Still on the team, not with the team.
AUB -- 24
LSU -- 30
Final thoughts: Another classic. Really. Can you believe Les Miles goes for the touchdown there with so little time left? It's crazy. If Jerrard Powers tips that pass up, the time runs out and that's a wrap. And Les Miles can't go home because 90,000 ragin' cajuns will want to beat him senseless. Demetrius Byrd caught the ball, though, and now Les Miles is the brilliant strategist again. All is well.
Auburn's offense didn't do much for me in the second half. All the innovation was gone. Why does that happen? I understand the need to establish the run and all, but where are the creative plays?
Auburn's defense: Too many passing-game busts. The end.
For what it's worth, I don't find that high-low situation on Glenn Dorsey all that dirty. Dirty is gouging a man's eye as officials unravel a dogpile. Cut blocking like that, while not the most savory behavior, happens and is a part of football.