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  • ooksucks lol Dec 2, 2013
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    http://footballscoop.com/news/11776-who-s-your-national-coach-of-the-year-gus-or-cut

  • ooksucks lol Dec 2, 2013
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    We love to smack talk to Dookies, but Cut is a hard coach to hate on.

  • jabparker4 Dec 2, 2013
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    But all you heels told us last season was a fluke and duke would be at the bottom of the division. What had happened was.....

  • Tar Heels Victory-Show No Mercer Dec 2, 2013
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    It all comes down, to the Conference Championships. I believe that Auburn will beat Missouri and win the SEC, which is a significant accomplishment. If Duke does not get destroyed and is able to give FSU a good game, or even win, Cutcliffe is the COTY.

  • ooksucks lol Dec 2, 2013
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    They only thing I think makes this a coin toss was the ending of the Bama game. Both coaches have done a great job.

  • Tizu Dec 2, 2013
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    This actually is a good question...with Malzahn doing what he's done at Auburn does it surpass what Cutcliffe has done with Duke?

    I tend to agree somewhat with 4Duke, Auburn is a historical powerhouse year after year, Duke...I don't think they've ever been that...their first ever 10-win season, first time ever going to back to back bowls.

    903's link is another very Solid point! Auburn typically has a top 10 recruiting class year after year...seeing the difference in black and white in terms of recruiting is pretty amazing.

    I still think Cutcliffe gets it, not just because I'm a Dukie, but because I think what he has done is absolutely masterful...and it's not just a 1 magical season thing...Duke is on the rise and I hope they stay there for a while!

  • 903 Hook em banned Dec 2, 2013
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    http://sports.yahoo.com/footballrecruiting/football/recruiting/teamrank/2012/all/all2011:
    #7 Auburn
    #77 Duke

    2012:
    #10 Auburn
    #52 Duke

    2013:
    #8 Auburn #68 Duke

  • JacobSummers lolz at ABCERS Dec 1, 2013
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    I think you're right. Auburn won the natty just a couple years ago. They have a program. Dook has been down a long time. If I was voting it would be Cutcliffe all the way. Ok enough of that back to trolling.....

  • 4DukeTillDeath Dec 1, 2013
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    Could be right. But Auburn is strictly a football school and they will never be down long. I still say Cut gets it.

  • KT performs Markedectomy 4 free Dec 1, 2013
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    So that's a resounding YES. Did she banish you to the basement for the weekend?

  • ooksucks lol Dec 1, 2013
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    Deflection? 0-8 has you posting about UNC Dook when you have no association with either.

    Sad.

  • JacobSummers lolz at ABCERS Nov 30, 2013
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    I think KT Lang is stalking yet another one of us.

    Sad

  • KT performs Markedectomy 4 free Nov 30, 2013
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    I think marked's wife has been ridiculing him non-stop since around 3:30 today and these deflection threads are all he has to comfort himself.

  • ooksucks lol Nov 30, 2013
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    Took a three win team to the SEC title game in a year. Cut has done a great job, but tonight may have sealed it.

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