The SEC West Just Got More Interesting...Again | Razorback Expats

Sunday, December 28, 2008

The SEC West Just Got More Interesting...Again

Posted By on Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 10:30 PM

It seems that the coaching carousel never stops spinning.

Because the SEC West isn't rife with enough coaching drama already, apparently, the powers-that-be at Auburn have decided to bring one Mr. Gus Malzahn into the fold to spice up the Tigers' yearly matchups with Arkansas and Ole Miss. I'm already getting lost in all the subplots...

Just when we had grown comfortable with the thought that Auburn had doomed itself to a painful descent to the bottom of the SEC with their thoroughly unimpressive coaching hire, they had to go and screw everything up by hiring an offensive mastermind. Well, damn.

Predictably, Auburn fans are psyched. Next year's football season should be fun...is it September yet?

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