Monday, October 19, 2009


I didn't even watch the game, but I'm sure it went a little something like this:

Auburn plays well in the first half, going into halftime up by a touchdown, thanks to a blocked kick that was returned. Otherwise, it's 7-7 and a little sluggish.

Now, just as with every game this season, Auburn forgot there was a second half and that you have to play it. That was unfortunate, because as we know, if Auburn showed up for the first half and is only up by 7, this can't look good. And it didn't, with Auburn yielding 14 points in the last quarter. Chris Todd throws for under 100 yards, just like in the days of old (last year), and Auburn shows that their short-lived success under Gene Chizik was not sustainable.

Kentucky wins the game for the first time since 1966, and Auburn shows us that a 6-6 record, which is where they're headed, is only a 1 game improvement over a coach who had proven himself over the years.

If you watched the game, how did I do?

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