News of the day, 1/30
BIG NEWS AGAIN: DE Andre Wadley, he of Hernando, Miss., fame, announced this evening that he will sign with Auburn as well. That's two of the Tigers' top DL targets in six hours. He chose the Tigers over Tennessee and Mississippi State.
LSU 81, Auburn 80: LSU guard Marcus Thornton scored 38 points on 14-of-23 shooting. Nuts.
Hey everyone. Another day in the lush, tropical paradise that is lower Alabama. As you can see at left, the lovely Elizabeth Mitchell (known to most as "Juliet") reminds you that LOST returns on Thursday night. Oh yes. More on that below.
We're so gleeful that you're spending time with us here at the HOTTEST Auburn blog on the 'net.
Savage's commitment adds some significant luster to the Tigers' overall recruiting effort. The HOTTIES know, from reading the blog comments, that I think Auburn's recruiting haul is on par with what it usually lands on National Signing Day. Tommy Tuberville's group had a slow start, no doubt, but the (relatively) recent additions of DB T'Sharvan Bell and WR/TB Onterrio McCalebb and DT Charles Deas and now Savage have the Tigers back on track.
It won't be a nationally adored class. It never is.
We here at HABOTN headquarters have been known to watch, I don't know, every episode of LOST ever produced. And web clips. And other associated time-wasting endeavors.
The season 3 finale, which aired May 23, 2007, is called "Through the Looking Glass" and re-airs tonight on ABC at 8 p.m. That was the best LOST episode I've ever seen.
The season 4 premiere airs Thursday night at 8 p.m. A recap show begins at 7.
Eight new scripts were written prior to the writer's strike. All eight have been produced and are ready to roll. The show's producers have said the season should include at least eight additional episodes, but they can't begin making them until the strike ends and the writers resume their role in the magical process.
Below, I have included a link to an 8-minute recap of the entire series.