October 8, 2012
'Turrible' day for Auburn
Well, where do you start after a game like that?
With an offense that gives new meaning to the term? With a game plan that was apparently nothing of the sort? Or do you just hang it up, quote Jim Mora's valedictory speech and head for the bar?
Workaday adjectives like "bad" or "awful" or even "terrible" aren't sufficient today. It's time to call on the Living Legend From Leeds and pronounce this result nothing short of TURRIBLE.
How TURRIBLE was Saturday? This TURRIBLE:
- The offensive line was demolished, owned, dominated by the 120th-ranked defense in the country. Both quarterbacks had bad interceptions and Kiehl Frazier once again held on to the ball for too long, but the sad fact is that neither QB had a chance most of the game. Auburn just didn't block anybody when it mattered, and rarely blocked anybody even when it didn't. At least we know now the answer to what happens when a movable object (Arkansas' pre-Auburn defense) is met by a resistible force (Auburn's 2012 offense)....
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