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Week In Review

This is normally where I'd have a "How To Watch" post to go along with reviewing the week on College and Magnolia, but there is no Auburn game to watch this weekend. So let's just look back at the week that was.

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First and foremost, there is this:

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>ICYMI: <a href="">@runyogasurf</a> on patience, as learned through marinara, hoops, and Chris Davis. <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; WarRoomEagle (@WarRoomEagle) <a href="">October 16, 2014</a></blockquote>

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I included it with WarRoomEagle's tweet because he did such a great job of finding a good picture to go along with the new SB Nation Meme Generator. SB Nation is rolling out a few tools that can hopefully help us add some fun stuff to what we do, and that's one of them.

If you haven't read runyogasurf's article that published Monday morning, then go read it right now. No, I mean it, do it right this second. I'll wait.

Amazing, right?

Ok, let's continue.

The loss to MSU was rather draining, and Blake gave us his TAKES on the issue.

Dr Z has his own thoughts on it, as well.

Peggy's Undercover Barner deals with the pain of losing for one of the few times in the past two years.

WarRoomEagle breaks down what is ultimately one of the main reasons Auburn lost to MSU: a failure to capitalize in the red zone.

I wrote up a little something on the current Vegas odds for Auburn to win it all and for Nick to win the Heisman.

Oscar Whiskey is back this week to talk about a classic Auburn victory.

Emily is continuing to watch those Watch Lists, which is getting to the stretch where they will start narrowing down candidates very soon.

Auburn's 2015 football schedule was released this week, and Auburn has another Thursday night road game. This time to a resurgent Kentucky. Yay.

Finally, Everett his here to tell us of all the things still going on in Auburn this weekend even with the bye week and Fall Break.

That about wraps it up. Bye-weeks are tough in a number of ways, but it's all straight football weekends from here on in. Auburn will go home-away-home-away-home-away to finish the season out.

War Eagle