It’s inevitable in an era when head college football coaches make five million or so a year and their assistants also pull down hefty salaries that fans become disgruntled when it appears that their beloved alma mater isn’t getting much “bang for its buck.” Auburn is certainly no exception. If you love football, then this shirt for you.
Saturdays in the south football shirt
It seems that after the first loss of the season the annual tug of war between fans who want to show loyalty to the coaches and team and those who believe an immediate change needs to be made begins in full force. Saturdays in the south football. It can get quite ugly, especially now when we all have a forum such as Facebook to speak our mind on social media.
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As predicted, this cranked up again Saturday night after the loss to Clemson. As I read a number of comments from unhappy Auburn supporters, I began thinking about the timeline that has evolved since we regarded football as a diversion to the frenzied state we seem to have adopted these days.
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My mother’s family, both the Thomases and the Crews, were devoted Auburn fans as well, and her first cousin, Sim Thomas, served on the AU Board of Trustees from 1963 until his death in 1971. As a very young child, I said that I would pull for Auburn one year and for Alabama the next, due to Mama.