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  • #1 by RUN N GUN on 16 Oct 2017
  • It's going to be a long rest of the season for that guy. It seem every time he tried to escape pressure bama caught him from behind. He's so slow but hopefully they put in more of a quick passing game plain for him if not, you think AA was getting beat up they going to chop that big tree CK down before seasons end.
  • #2 by nchogg on 16 Oct 2017
  • Bama jumped on his back, shoulders and head to bring him down which I thought was dirty since they could not get him down hitting him from the waste down. No Auburn is a different story, they will face mask, helmet to helmet and any defensive play you can think of to get a player hurt or down. We have seen it in the past and with as big as Cole is and after the loss to LSU they will be at their worst. They will cheat like they do every time they play us.
  • #3 by Paul on 16 Oct 2017
  • Bama jumped on his back, shoulders and head to bring him down which I thought was dirty since they could not get him down hitting him from the waste down. No Auburn is a different story, they will face mask, helmet to helmet and any defensive play you can think of to get a player hurt or down. We have seen it in the past and with as big as Cole is and after the loss to LSU they will be at their worst. They will cheat like they do every time they play us.
    Carl Lawson taught them to deliver a late hit from behind below the knees
  • #4 by rljjr on 16 Oct 2017
  • It's going to be a long rest of the season for that guy. It seem every time he tried to escape pressure bama caught him from behind. He's so slow but hopefully they put in more of a quick passing game plain for him if not, you think AA was getting beat up they going to chop that big tree CK down before seasons end.

    He's not that slow.
  • #5 by HogsonHicks on 16 Oct 2017
  • It's going to be a long rest of the season for that guy. It seem every time he tried to escape pressure bama caught him from behind. He's so slow but hopefully they put in more of a quick passing game plain for him if not, you think AA was getting beat up they going to chop that big tree CK down before seasons end.

    Bama runs down QBs regularly.  Getting caught from behind by them doesn't indicate "slow".
  • #6 by longpig on 16 Oct 2017
  • Bama jumped on his back, shoulders and head to bring him down which I thought was dirty since they could not get him down hitting him from the waste down. No Auburn is a different story, they will face mask, helmet to helmet and any defensive play you can think of to get a player hurt or down. We have seen it in the past and with as big as Cole is and after the loss to LSU they will be at their worst. They will cheat like they do every time they play us.

    I worry for the kid.  Auburn will use the couple times he's trucked a defender as an excuse to cheap shot him high. 
  • #7 by ricepig on 16 Oct 2017
  • Carl Lawson taught them to deliver a late hit from behind below the knees

    Expect Auburn to go low on the Steamboat.......
  • #8 by rljjr on 16 Oct 2017
  • What's the over/under on the number of falling down "injuries" the Tiggers have planned?
  • #9 by LRRandy on 16 Oct 2017
  • Bama runs down QBs regularly.  Getting caught from behind by them doesn't indicate "slow".
    he may not be slow but he sure isn't quick. Takes him a bit to get all that humanity moving at a fast pace. That being said, I thought he stood tough in the pocket on several occasions.
  • #10 by longpig on 16 Oct 2017
  • What's the over/under on the number of falling down "injuries" the Tiggers have planned?

    You think either unit will be on the field long enough to get tired?
  • #11 by BannerMountainMan on 16 Oct 2017
  • He's three times as fast as AA in the pocket man, no doubt about it.
  • #12 by nchogg on 17 Oct 2017
  • You think either unit will be on the field long enough to get tired?
    You never know I remember that goal line play when Auby did that.
  • #13 by razorsharptusk on 17 Oct 2017
  • Bama players have huge respect for Cole Kelley.  Kid plays one game and seems to be more respected as a baller.  He will not see a defense any better than what he just played against. Probably will not take the beating against upcoming defenses that he just took.  I believe he is our future.  Now if we can get a coaching staff to utilize him to his fullest potential.
  • #14 by Uncle Remus on 17 Oct 2017
  • AA would have been sacked at least two to three more times than CK was.  CK stepped up in the pocket, moved around the pocket, ran when opportunities arrived, and did not have the panicky deer in the headlights freezing up thing that AA does sometimes for which there is no explanation!!!!  :puke: :puke:  There...that feels better!
  • #15 by onebadrubi on 17 Oct 2017
  • The biggest difference is CK can step up in a pocket that is collapsing by two DE's or OLB's, where the tackles are pushed back, the 3 interior Olinemen are holding their own at the LOS, AA would step back and those rushers from the edge where right there.  Well, CK with one or two steps up has a clean pocket to throw from and can see the field a lot better.  he also is so much bigger as noted by bama, that he can make some throws with people on him.  We saw him arm and wrist flick a ball that had some serious zip on it. 
  • #16 by Seebs on 17 Oct 2017
  • Sooie CK
  • #17 by LJHOG on 17 Oct 2017
  • He's not that slow.
    He ain't that fast either.  And quickness he has not.
  • #18 by From Tusk Till Dawn on 17 Oct 2017
  • Razorback site has him at a 4.9/40
  • #19 by smb on 17 Oct 2017
  • I think he could be a force if he can get comfortable but Auburn ain't going let that happen.
  • #20 by PygmalionEffect2 on 17 Oct 2017
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    you think AA was getting beat up they going to chop that big tree CK down before seasons end.

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    Run and Gun

    If you've got a sport you know a little bit about, it must be basketball, cause it sure ain't football.
  • #21 by factchecker on 17 Oct 2017
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  • #23 by factchecker on 18 Oct 2017
  • Works for me.

    Yep.   He's one of those players that will frustrate teams because you think you've got him tackled short of the sticks but he falls forward and gets a first down.

    We don't need a burner at QB.  We just need someone to buy time and make a play.
  • #24 by ronmahony on 18 Oct 2017


  • That was beautiful! I loved the way he got up so easy.
  • #25 by Rayzback on 18 Oct 2017
  • The rush avoiding CK  (Fixed)
  • #26 by Hoggish1 on 18 Oct 2017
  • Wrong about the tree part.  LMAO
  • #27 by Hoggish1 on 18 Oct 2017
  • Auburn is a different story, they will face mask, helmet to helmet and any defensive play you can think of to get a player hurt or down.
    They will cheat like they do every time they play us.

    You are right.  Now, let's see haw many of their players get thrown out for targeting.
  • #28 by Hoggish1 on 18 Oct 2017
  • I think he could be a force if he can get comfortable but Auburn ain't going let that happen.

    Anybody that thinks Auburn has a defense anywhere's close to Bama is trying to see something that's not there.  CK will not be intimidated by Gus' goons.
  • #29 by factchecker on 18 Oct 2017
  • That was beautiful! I loved the way he got up so easy.

    Especially seeing how the tackler was left writhing on the ground.

    The Cole Train squashed the bug (Isaiah Buggs).
  • #30 by Rayzback on 18 Oct 2017
  • #28 was there thinking, Ohhhh shite.
  • #31 by grassroothog on 18 Oct 2017
  • Bama jumped on his back, shoulders and head to bring him down which I thought was dirty since they could not get him down hitting him from the waste down. No Auburn is a different story, they will face mask, helmet to helmet and any defensive play you can think of to get a player hurt or down. We have seen it in the past and with as big as Cole is and after the loss to LSU they will be at their worst. They will cheat like they do every time they
     play us.

    Then we need to reciprocate. They hurt our qb then we hurt theirs. Probably going to lose anyway. And we get to watch Malice-on melt down on the sidelines.
  • #32 by lasthog on 18 Oct 2017


  • Dude chasing CK, #49, Isaiah Buggs, DE, 4.92 40, 500 lb. squat.
  • #33 by lasthog on 18 Oct 2017
  • Then we need to reciprocate.They hurt our qb then we hurt theirs. Probably going to lose anyway. And we get to watch Malice-on melt down on the sidelines.
  • #34 by Hog N Bama on 18 Oct 2017
  • #35 by rlamb on 19 Oct 2017
  • It was 1965 and Jon Bruttenum was our QB and a really good one. We were playing Tulsa and they
    had 2 future NFL'ers in the lineup.  One Willie Townes. a defensive end  who later was All-Pro with Dallas.
    In the 2nd quarter
    Townes roughed Brittenum up and he had to leave the game a couple of plays.

    The very next play, the Hogs famous play by play man, Bud Campbell came out of his seat saying Willie
    Townes was laid out on the field and was having to be carried off. Who got to Townes? All-America
    OT Glen Ray Hines?, our fullback, Bobby Nix or ??? One thing was certain back in those 22 game
    winning streak days, was, you didn't "MESS" with the Hogs The thing about Cole Kelley is though, he
    seems physical enough  to settle some of his own scores!
  • #36 by factchecker on 19 Oct 2017
  • Designed run for Cole Kelley:



    He's not fast by any stretch of the imagination but he can move well enough.
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