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I've said Tuberville all along. Make it happen, Hart. Quoting my earlier posts:
Judging by his record at Auburn, we'd be competing for the SEC East and have a shot at a New Year's bowl (or better) almost every year. He's not perfect but he'd be better than most, Petrino's instability included. He also got a rawer deal than Fulmer did. Excluding his debut at Auburn in 1999, his only losing season was in 2008, the year he "resigned". 2007 saw Auburn a runner-up in the SEC West and a win in the Peach Bowl. That was also the year that we lost to LSU in the SEC Championship and beat Wisconsin in the Outback Bowl, however Fulmer had another losing season just three years prior to his 2008 termination. He's also 4-2 in head-to-head matchups against Sata... er, Nick Saban, and doesn't have a history of pissing off the NCAA.
TL,DR: I don't doubt that Tuberville would be a good hire. Best? No. But a good one? Definitely.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by JohnIBarr01 16 months ago
Twitter: @JohnIBarr01 Anybody but Petrino...
I am onboard with tubberville
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