The Journey of Auburn Football Under Gene Chizik: A Story Told in Gifs

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Just two years removed from a national championship season, the Auburn Tigers have a 2-8 record, are winless in conference play, have no hope, no direction, and they’re employing a beat-down head coach with a $10,000,000 buyout price tag. “But Rodge, how’d they’d get to this point? What happened along the way?”

Let’s take a journey, gif-style.

Chizik hired before 2009 season, previous records at Iowa State are 3-9 in ’07 and 2-10 in ’08

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    Tallapoosa Snu

    Way too much clicking… Get those PPC DOLLARS IN MOTHER FUCKER! Bacon’s writing columns and TFMs, Dorn’s whoring for page views, Dick Perry’s dead, A book is getting shoved down my throat, and Rowdy Gentleman remains stagnant, while they’re hunting for a low-paid intern. Trouble’s a’brewin at the TFM office… Hittin the demographic ceiling, advertising is goin sour, that book better establish the brand, and after the previous attempts at aligning with different media, I’m interested to see how this pans out. Gotta find expansion somewhere

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      Tallapoosa Snu

      That’s true Dorn, I’m not tryin to test you, just voicing some observations. My grip is solid as always. Just a little bit of skeptical consternation due to some small but deliberate recent changes to the site and its content/ contributors that I’ve noticed. And jmt, yeah dude, I had some tests today. Professors throw ’em at you the day before break. Waitin for the addy to wear down.

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      Douglas MacArthur

      Simple answer for them. Expand the demographic outside of the fraternity circle, which explains the new Post Grad Problems brand. They have to target the geeds somehow, which also explains the watered down fraternity material into something more on the “bro” side that still appeals to the fraternities. As the Grandex team ages and gets further removed from their own frat experiences, they drift further from their roots, but they can expand their base to avoid stagnation. Sucks for the readers who have been on the site for awhile, but you can’t hate on their business strategy. A man’s got to eat.

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