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Days to kickoff: 31

Our THT's Auburn Minute is brought to you by the number:

"Fast Freddie" Smith was the greatest linebacker ever to suit up in an Auburn uniform. You disagree? I'm sorry, let me explain the rules for today: It ain't open for debate!

Freddie Smith was a high school All-American in Athens, AL, where he played RB and LB. On offense, he had nearly 5,000 yards rushing in his high school career, including over 2,150 as a senior when he led Athens to a state championship. He also had 385 tackles in his 3 year H.S. career. He chose Auburn over numerous other major college offers, including that other school, because Auburn was a friendly place and he felt at home there (don't we all!).

When he arrived in Auburn in the fall of 1976, Fast Freddie didn't care if he was on offense or defense (or both), he just wanted to be on the field helping Auburn win football games. The coaches decided he was needed more on defense, which was OK with Freddie. He decided it was better to give than receive. How quickly did Freddie Smith adjust to the college game? Well, they didn't call him Fast Freddie without reason.

In his 2nd game as a true freshman, Freddie Smith led Auburn's defense with TWENTY-TWO tackles in a 15-14 loss to the Baylor Bears. The following week, he decided he needed to step up his game for SEC play as he recorded TWENTY-FOUR tackles in Auburn's 38-28 bashing of the Vols. Fast Freddie finished his Auburn career with 528 tackles, averaging 13.2 tackles/game. No one else is even close.

After his stellar Auburn career, Mr. Smith played with the Vikings in the NFL and starred for the Winnipeg Bombers in the CFL. In 1983 he teamed up with several former Auburn players on the roster of the B'ham Stallions of the USFL. As of 2008, Mr. Smith had been employed by Brasfield & Gorrie in Birmingham for 20 years. He was also inducted into the Limestone County Hall of Fame last year.

We've got some other 31s we should honorably mention: I'll start with Antarrious Williams. Talk about a lunch pail guy that put in a full shift every day - dude could play. And 3 cheers to Rob Pate. The floor is now open for more 31 shout outs.

--compiled capably by TarHeelTiger


Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

Freddie! Freddie! Freddie! Freddie! Freddie! Freddie! Freddie! Freddie!

9:13 AM  
Blogger Cory said...

I'm too young to remember Fast Freddie, but from what I read about him it sounds like he was a special player.

I'm trying to think of another stand out who wore 31...anybody?

9:15 AM  
Blogger Jay G. Tate said...

Nice job as usual, THT.

9:15 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

thanks, JGT!

9:16 AM  
Blogger paulmain said...

Cool, nver heard that story

9:18 AM  
Blogger j-z said...

THT...I really appreciate all the work you put into this countdown. It's become something I look forward to everyday now.

On another note, I've also started to feel like this is my therapy group. Is it wrong to wake up and hope that Nick Saban dies today?

9:19 AM  
Blogger Jay G. Tate said...

Schedule note: Newcomers are talking today after practice. That means we'll have commentary and video from people like Tyrik Rollison, DeAngelo Benton, Emory Blake and Nosa Eguae.

Practice starts around 4:30.

I'm aiming to put up a practice-footage video around 6 and an interview video later in the evening.

Blog updates as needed.

9:21 AM  
Blogger Scott M. Brannan said...

now that's some SUBSTANCE right there JGT. can't wait to check it out tonite.

9:23 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

It sounds like Coleman likes a couple of these incoming defensive linemen. That is very good news. We could use a bit more depth at defensive end, so I really hope TC gets cleared, but I am feeling better about the DL and DBs, with Washington qualifying.

9:24 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

j-z - I don't know. Should I be ashamed that your question made me LOL?

JayGT - this sounds like a very long day for you and a GREAT day for the HOTTIES!!! I hope you get to talk to War Eguae! Be sure and tell all the newcomers how much the HOTTIES appreciate them choosing Auburn.

9:25 AM  
Blogger BinOBA said...

jz, i'm wanting to watch him cook in his own juices that is the bama nation. I'd rather see some other things happen and him hash out a 6-6 season again. I want him to be the target of the hillbilly's scorn and see what he has to say back about them. Seems much more appropriate to me.

9:25 AM  
Blogger j-z said...

Dang...hadn't thought about that. Good point. Seeing him suffer and implode would be much more fun.

9:29 AM  
Blogger BinOBA said...

i can't wait to hear some of his responses to criticism when things aren't so gleeful in camelot. You don't think he'd quit and take another job do you? Nah, not nick saban. I think he has a tougher row to hoe than the mouthbreathers think.

9:36 AM  
Blogger j-z said...

And just so you know, I'm declaring Padma Lakshmi as the winner of the Summer Hottie Bracket by default.

9:37 AM  
Blogger Bellefay1 said...

Cory - Antarrious Williams wore 31.

9:39 AM  
Blogger Aubie said...

My favorite Fast Freddie Smith moment - As a kid, we used to go sit in the endzones to watch the games. It wasn't hard to find a seat in the '70's. We were playing Ole Mrs and Fast Freddie intercepted a pass.
He immediately switched into running back mode. I'm not good with numbers, but I think he broke 37 tackles and ran it back 114 yards for a touchdown.
He was AUsome!

9:49 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I am uncertain of how beneficial having so many practices at night and not on the intramural field will be. CTT always had a couple of weeks on the intramural field to separate out the men from the boys.

Keep in mind that injuries tend to occur at two points, either very quickly before a player is warmed up, or after they get tired.

The evening practices will likely reduce the number of pre-season injuries, but will the players be in the kind of shape where they won't tire out in the second half of games.

I don't know if this will generally be Chizik's philosophy, but it is likely something he had to do for this season because of depth.

9:50 AM  
Blogger ehyou said...

We are extremely fortunate to have you to keep those of us who care and can't be there updated.

I have never looked forward to and had as much apprehension about a season before. It's a very strange feeling.

9:54 AM  
Blogger ehyou said...

Fast Freddie looks like a dude you wouldn't want bearing down on you at full speed.

9:55 AM  
Blogger Monica said...

that's what she said

9:59 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

I tried to track Freddie down in B'ham. Found a street address but not a phone number :-(. It would have been so cool to actually speak to one of my Auburn heroes.

10:04 AM  
Blogger Luke said...

How about Luke on the HS basketball team. Noone made sure the bench was firmly affixed to the floor like Luke.

Hopefully his wife didn't know him as Fast Freddy.

10:09 AM  
Blogger j-z said...

Diet Coke just flew out of my nose and across the room thanks to Monica.

10:09 AM  
Blogger Scott M. Brannan said...

THT, did you get my Fast Freddie pic i emailed you?

10:11 AM  
Blogger Monica said...

thanks JZ - at least someone appreciates my twisted humor

10:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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10:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just kidding...I'm a junkie for every morsel of information.

Jay G. how does it feel to know you have enslaved my attention? You taskmaster beat reporting machine.

Just kidding you too, Monica.

10:19 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Sensi, your first guest on the GridIron Breakdown seemed to have a very unique view of college football.

10:24 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

ScottieB - yep, I tracked it down. I accidentally sent you an email a few weeks ago from my "original" email address which I don't check regularly.

I sure hope AU#42 didn't blow out Freddie's knee on that play. Is that photo from the '77 or '79 game in Knoxville?

10:25 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Auburn really had some good memorable players during the Barfield years. It is ashame we never really turned the corner then. Barfield did have one good season, but it seems that those teams didn't quite live up to their potential.

10:30 AM  
Blogger Dan Armstrong said...


Is it your assertion that there was some/any benefit (aside from space) to starting practice on the intramural fields?

I always hated the idea and I didn't think anyone would mind.

10:32 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

well, Freddie is still tooooo fast. I couldn't stalk, er track him down at Brasfield-Gorrie. He apparently doesn't work there now. However, the B&G folks are like waayyyy super nice folks and they are trying to find him to let him know he should check out HABOTN.

Mrs Gorrie and I are related, barely.

oops... I hope I haven't hurt her social standing by that revelation.

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


He called in and quickly realized he had no idea what he was talking about. Forgive him. He is young and a Pitt fan from the Big East. He hasn't seen consistent college football in his 17 years on the planet.

Thanks for listening.

10:34 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

I always thought practice on those fields wasn't a very bright idea. You can practice hard and develop toughness without practicing in dangerous environments.

10:35 AM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Big Bird- We were able to save the precious grass at the complex, even thou we never had a problem with tearing it all up in the first place, at least not when Bowden was there. I never understood moving everything to the intermual fields. It was a pain to get everything down there and back and the fields were crap. I'm glad they have decided to keep it on the practice fields the whole time this year.

10:37 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I had no problem with the intramural fields. It was a weeding out period for Tuberville. Many coaches have that period, most notably Pat Dye. I think practices like that are more for mental toughness than anything else.

Sensi, I was thinking the guy just got tongue tied. I had the same issue when I called in to a sports talk show a while back. It took me a minute to get comfortable. That is what I was assuming was going on with that guy. I don't think anyone thinks the ACC is better than the Big 12 in football.

10:40 AM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Steve- I can understand mental toughness. I get it, but when you practice at a place that leads to injuries due to the field condition, then I have a problem. That is the main problem I had with it. It was lumpy and caused some unnessary injuries that probably could have been avoided if we had not practiced there.

10:42 AM  
Blogger Dan Armstrong said...

I was there at the tail end of the Dye era and I don't remember the football team ever using those fields so TT's affinity for them was always a mystery.

Of course I don't remember a lot of things that happened in the fall outside of JHS......

10:43 AM  
Blogger Scott M. Brannan said...

THT, i've got a large collection of AU pics of you ever need any. lemme know.

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You are probably right and no, no one in their right mind thinks the ACC is better in football than the Big 12. Though a Duke vs. Iowa State matchup would set the game back decades.

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On my way to Starkville, Hotties.

Have fun.

10:48 AM  
Blogger Seanzie said...

Playing intramural football for 3 seasons I can attest to the conditions of the field: terrible. We had 2 ACLs and multiple ankle sprains and one turf toe brought on due to the field and the way it plays. This was flag football mind you.

10:48 AM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Sensi- Would it set it back as far as the MSU / AU game did the SEC last year?

10:48 AM  
Blogger Seanzie said...

Eddie, I thought it strange we played Miss State in a baseball contest so early in the fall. I don't recall a football game being held last year.

10:49 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Well, we were creative in the MSU game. We scored all the points in the game, but only won by 1 point.

10:55 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

By the way, eddie should know a lot more about the intramural field than I do. I have never stepped foot on it and am talking out of my butt, a talent that I use often.

10:57 AM  
Blogger Dan Armstrong said...

At the risk of kicking an already dead horse, the university could have made matters better by simply improving the intramural fields. TT moved out there in an effort to be more open/fan friendly and to mix it up a bit, all of which are admirable pursuits.

11:03 AM  
Blogger Griff said...

Good call on leaving the intramural fields. Holding practices there was item #1,437 on my list of things that Tubs did that made me scratch my head.

11:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quote by Tommy Tuberville...I think specifically to the intramural fields.

“It really doesn't make any difference,”

11:21 AM  
Blogger ADP said...

One thing is constant. You can write this down. I will always disagree with Steve ... on everything. The only thing practice on the intramural fields was good for ... well nothing. The ground is like concrete and I bet cash money that about half the preseason injuries we had would not have occurred on better turf. Sorry, but in this case I think CTT was a complete dumbass.

11:22 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

For those of you who haven't noticed yet, JayGT snuck a link on HABOTN main page to his article in today's MA. It's just your typical incomparably superb JGT journalism and you can read it for yourself right here.

11:24 AM  
Blogger paulmain said...

Why even have practise felds if you don't use them?

11:26 AM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

If the still picture wasn't enough, the live footage as gotten out...

Makes Men Puke Everywhere, except maybe in the hills of Tennessee

11:44 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I am loving what I am hearing from Tate and McFadden. There is definitely a big difference between now and this time last season. At this point last season I was starting to hear inconsistencies from both players and coaches. While most things were positive, there were particular inconsistencies in what Tuberville pictured in terms of the running game and what the OC that should not be mentioned was saying. This season it really seems like everyone is on the same page.

11:46 AM  
Blogger Dear Leader said...




11:52 AM  
Blogger Jay G. Tate said...

Chizik is trying to keep practice as closed as possible. I think the main reason they're not on the intramural fields is that he doesn't want that many eyes on his team.

I'll ask him about that today.

11:52 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Eddie, thanks for the video, but what the heck is that? Please Coach Chizik, don't copy this Kiffikin thang.

11:53 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

I know it's a lot easier for JayGT to report things he can see, but I don't mind a bit if Coach Chizik keeps it all under wraps if it translates into positive outcomes on game days.

11:56 AM  
Blogger Monica said...

ha @ "rippee"

11:57 AM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...


11:58 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

One of the changes I am very interested in is having a single defensive line coach instead of a tackles coach and a defensive end coach. While we have been very good on the DL, I think I like the emphassis shift with having separate safeties and corner coaches.

12:00 PM  
Blogger mytommyd said...

"It's good to see the 2010 ambiguously gay recruiting wars have started up early."

Yeah classic UT

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monica, you have mail.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

By the way, incase I haven't mentioned it, get on board the Rollison Express!!!!! Train is pulling out of the station today!!!

Scottie- Go ahead and get me that Jersey :)!!!!!!

12:24 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

These late practices seem like they would make life rough on reporters like Jay G. I wonder if players will be available before practice. Somehow I can't see that.

12:28 PM  
Blogger Norm said...

Fine Eddie, you've talked me into it. I'm with you.

12:41 PM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Thank you Norm, you will not be disappointed!

12:41 PM  
Blogger Norm said...

Interestingly (at least I think so on this particular day), I told antoher friend at lunch Monday that T.R. would quite likely see a decent amount of playing time.

12:47 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I am not certain if it will be Moseley or Rollison, but one of them will likely get significant playing time. I doubt the coaches want the race for QB to be between Caudle and Burns next season.

12:50 PM  
Blogger paulmain said...

I still cannot believe tenn is seriously puting out a poster like the one in eddys video.

It seems like a sayurday night live skit to me.

12:52 PM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Steve- Go ahead and scratch Mosely off the list. I assure you he will be redshirted. Rollison Express is alive and well!

12:52 PM  
Blogger boknowsbo said...

Kiffin is taking the early 90's FSU/Miami approach to winning football games, quite obviously.

12:56 PM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Norm- I heard from a friend also :)!!!!!

12:57 PM  
Blogger paulmain said...

what is the early 90's fsu/miami approach?? Cocaine Ho's and Cash???

1:00 PM  
Blogger boknowsbo said...

paul, fer shizzle.

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eddie...LMAO....that UT video link is hilarious. I picked this out of the comment section:

Tim Tebow's planning a photoshoot where he benchpresses a Lamborghini while his offensive line is sitting in it. And just to make sure UT knows their place, he'll do it naked.

1:07 PM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

LOL- Hoopie. That's good.

1:08 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

The biggest issue with incoming players is the mental transition from the high school game to the college game. Many of these players, especially ones like Moseley who was at a small school, were known as one of the best players in their high schools history.

Suddenly they come to college where there are other players that are just as impressive. Suddenly they are not the star on the team. Suddenly everything moves faster. Suddenly the big uglies up front can run quick enough to chase them down.

No position has a more difficult transition as with a QB. I think that in the past we have damaged QBs by playing them in games in situations where they were not ready. It happened with Jason Campbell and it also happened with Kodi Burns.

I hope to see the coaches bring these young QBs along slowly. Yea, get them some playing time, but in situations where they aren't going to cost the team a game. Let them know that they aren't expected to be perfect and a mistake isn't going to cost them playing time. They are going in to learn.

Hopefully Rollison and Moseley will be brought along the right way and we will see one come in as a backup and give us a taste of what the future holds.

1:10 PM  
Blogger Aubie said...

Scottie B, Got any game pics of our Auburn Tigers sporting the AUsome orange jerseys?
Those are hard to come by. There is one of Joe Cribbs that I see every once in a while, but I think Mutt Lange must've bought every print and negative and had them destroyed.

1:15 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Saw Freddie Smith one time at an off season racketball tournament in early 1980. He 'broke' four balls in one match - as in, he hit them so hard they split in two. One was used. The other three were new.

Freddie Smith was the man.


1:24 PM  
Blogger Aeronaut said...

I saw the video up to 21 seconds, when the guy standing near the left rear wheel picked his nose, and proceeded to wipe his hand with his pants.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Jay 'W. not Tate' said...

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1:38 PM  
Blogger Jay 'W. not Tate' said...

Anybody know which games have had times set so far? What time?

I've seen conflicting reports on a few. Also saw rivals has a time for the LSU game, but I've seen no confirmation of this elsewhere.


1:39 PM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

Jay, Jay here. LSU time not yet set, according to Auburn University Athletic Dept. Not saying Rivals is wrong, but I don't see how they could know at this point.

1:45 PM  
Blogger Dan Armstrong said...

Someone should ask the Hawaii coach what he thinks of UT using homoerotic video/photos for promotional purposes. I bet he doesn't answer for fear of losing another 7% of his annual salary.

1:46 PM  
Blogger Eddie McCoy said...

Hey all, here is my latest blog post. Hope you enjoy!

What to Expect the First Two Weeks of Practices

1:47 PM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

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1:47 PM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

Jay (notGT,notTHT,notSensi) - that schedule takes up too much space on this thread. Here's the link.

1:52 PM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

well rats. I Beasleyed again without even knowing it. I hate when I do that.

1:54 PM  
Blogger Aubie said...

interesting. TV for MSU game is listed as FSN.

2:01 PM  
Blogger Jay 'W. not Tate' said...

thanks THT. That's the schedule I've printed, and the one that I count as official...Rivals having an LSU time threw me for a loop though!

2:15 PM  
Blogger JgobravesHAG said...

When's the next campfire?????? I missed the previous ones cause I was out of town

2:17 PM  
Blogger JgobravesHAG said...

Eli 6 year 97 million

2:18 PM  
Blogger Scott M. Brannan said...

Aubie, hit me up with an email if you're serious. i've got a few.

2:24 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

Best quote from

"watch out for Auburn to be jelled enough at the end of the year to pull off the home win in the Iron Bowl."

Thanks for that link, scottie b.

THT, thanks for your daily player profiles. Really happy to see Freddie Smith today. He was a fantastic player and one of the first guys that I remember paying attention to on defense. (I was in elementary and intermediate school during his playing days.)

2:28 PM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

holy cow, jhag. Eli's making a mint. Even in a socialist country he'll still be wealthy.

2:28 PM  
Blogger Tar Heel Tiger said...

Choco- thanks, but all i do is google and plagiarize. Any fool can do that...which I guess makes me the most qualified Hottie.

2:32 PM  
Blogger Scott M. Brannan said...

Scott Choc, that quote got me a bit excited too.

2:37 PM  
Blogger Spongeworthy said...

Have any of you folks taken a look at how Satan has handled his top notch recruits in Tuscalooser? four kicked off the team, four with full scholly,s but off the team for medical reasons, three or four greyshirts, one of which was Petey Smith. What a farce. Anyone Satan can't kick off for diciplinary reasons is medically unable to play. Greyshirt? Jay, can you ask Eric how his bro feels about being kicked to the curb. He apparently wasn't one of Sabears top 25.

2:55 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

scottie b - yeah, and they even carried it over to the part where the predict each team's results for the entire season. Sometimes they're not consistent with their comments relative to their "official" predictions. They've got Bama 10-2 with losses to AU and LSU. They've got us at 7-5, winning all home games but Ole Miss and losing all road games. (I know you've seen this, but thought others might be interested).

2:57 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

I'm sure we'll all be enlightened if we click on Feng's link. Who's going first?

3:04 PM  
Blogger ehyou said...

There are at least another dozen Jay's that you forgot to mention that you weren't speaking to.

3:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


3:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scotty C - Let me know what you find.

3:09 PM  
Blogger ehyou said...

Looks like some web design, marketing, hotels, high rises, and possible assisted living since it showed elderly folks being helped.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Spongeworthy said...

Not I Feng Feng. Jump on the bammers site. You may get some hits there.

3:12 PM  
Blogger Spongeworthy said...

ehyou, wait til all your bank accounts are drained of your cash.

3:14 PM  
Blogger ehyou said...

I fear nothing. In fact, I want to personally whip every single individual that participated in that UT poster shoot.

3:16 PM  
Blogger paulmain said...

ching chong yong wang!!

3:21 PM  
Blogger michael said...

I nominate feng for the RoF

3:23 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

ehyou, I suppose you ain't got no union card and you went right over there and clicked anyway?

3:27 PM  
Blogger Spongeworthy said...

can we get feng hired as new recruiting coordinator at UAT

Doesn't sound as if Michael McNeil is going to help much this year. I don't think he is even running full speed? If not, we know that leg isn't fully recovered strength wise. That makes safety maybe #1 issue depth wise.

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


3:44 PM  
Blogger patdyeswildturkey said...

yep, its here, been checking the sites all day to see if I missed anything. Cant wait to read or see whats happening already. The season can not get here fast enough.

3:45 PM  
Blogger michael said...

Feng, we barely new you. Now you realize you must bring "it". The Hotties know what "it" is: substance.

3:48 PM  
Blogger patdyeswildturkey said...

I have wondered why the paysites have not shown photographs of the players summer workouts. Last year they did and this year they didnt. I wonder if it was a new rule put in by Coach Chizik. If you go back and look at them it gave me a quick idea of what players, especially freshman were going to play or not. A kid that hasnt gotten in shape over the summer before he comes to an SEC program is in big trouble. Its either got redshirt or leave the team all over it. I forget the kids name, but the one who is no longer on the team from Tallahassee I believe, with his shirt off he looked like he was sponsered by Hot Pockets.

4:10 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

PDWT - "sponsored by Hot Pockets" - nice!

4:13 PM  
Blogger patdyeswildturkey said...

I am not saying health and fitness go hand in hand with performance, but its a pretty good observation.

4:13 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

So who was Andre Smith sponsored by at the NFL Combine? The Lard Information Council (LIC), perhaps? Andre was probably thought that was the "LIC" in Wonderlic. Check out my new, very temporary, avatar.

4:19 PM  
Blogger Scott Chocolate said...

Notice they only show them from the neck up:

Young and in love

4:24 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

THT, "Sinking like a stone" is desired in SCUBA. You'd be a natural! For those times you want to float at the surface, you're wearing an inflatable vest.

Try it. You'll like it. ;-)

4:35 PM  
Blogger patdyeswildturkey said...

Yes, Scott, Andre Snith had man boobs no doubt. He was sponsored by Belks Ladys Undergarments Section for not having moobs. He should have worn the bro, designed by Kramer on Seinfeld.

4:58 PM  
Blogger Aeronaut said...


Auburn was not recruiting Petey Smith. Bama lured him in just to make it a sensational story of winning a recruiting battle against Auburn. I think they planned to make tee-shirts about that victory. I guess the tee shirts will be gray in color.

The guy inflated like a balloon, and went from 4* to 3* his senior year. His profile page does not even list his sr. year statistics. Just tackles and stuff for his jr year.

petey smith profile .. rivals

bammers are doing the same thing with Victor Beasley. Lets hope beasley goes there too.

5:37 PM  

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