22. taken. auburn, alabama.
music, drums, hate for cats, and fun things of life and treachery.
So I was in a nostalgic mood about past vma’s and I think for me there was something particularly special about 2005
because like there was themand these guysbut alsoand of course I could NEVER forget
which also gave us this picture
and of course
and let’s not forget how mcr arrived
in a friggin bank fault
also bonus for fall out boy winning for the iconic “Sugar We’re Going Down”
So yeah 2005 was the year the emo invaded and no one can tell me different
That is how much time remained on the clock in the 2014 BCS National Championship Game when Jameis Winston found Kelvin Benjamin in the end zone to give Florida State a 34-31 lead and, ultimately, the national title.
Now, “thirteen seconds” has become the mantra of the Auburn football team. They’re striving to be thirteen seconds better in everything that they do.
Auburn had a spectacular 2013 season. They proved doubters wrong week after week, had two of the greatest plays in college football history in back-to-back games over their two biggest rivals, won the Southeastern Conference championship in Gus Malzahn’s first year as head coach, and made an appearance in the BCS National Championship Game.
That’s always a good season. It’s even better when it comes after a year in which you went 3-9.
Auburn could be focusing on all of the good things that happened last year. Instead, they’re choosing to focus on the pain of coming up just short of winning it all.
How could Gus Malzahn’s second season as head coach possibly be better than the first?
The Tigers have one thing in mind: to make the first-ever College Football Playoff, to make it back to the national title game, and this time, to win it.
Let’s preview Auburn’s 2014 football season.