Georgia football takes on Auburn in “The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry.” I am not fond of the opponent we play this week. I think most people who couldn’t get into Georgia go to Auburn. I hate Nick Farley for what he did to Aaron Murray. I hate everything about Auburn. I could make a laundry list, but I’ll let this fan share my true thoughts.
While that is in the background of this rivalry, Auburn hired one of, if not my least favorite coaches in CFB, Hugh Freeze. Freeze is sanctimonious and pretends to be a martyr. There is something grimy about him. You get the picture of how I feel about Hugh Freeze, and that’s why he is a proper fit for Auburn. Here is a perfect example of Freeze being sanctimonious:
What does that even mean, Hugh? It’s college football; it’s not real hate. Relax buddy. Georgia hasn’t invaded the Plains of Auburn because Pat Dye said something mean. That would be real hate. But in the sense of CFB, I hate Auburn, and Auburn people hate us. That is entirely okay. It’s sports, that’s the point.
But of course, the hits keep coming for Freeze when he said this about Kirby Smart and the Georgia program:
What is hilarious is Freeze argued when someone did the research. A lot of people on social media were upset at this comment. I do not have a problem with it. Freeze is trying to manage the expectations of the Auburn fanbase. Smart move (pun not intended): Auburn is still not where it needs to be to compete for titles. Could you imagine being the Auburn head coach? The two biggest rivals of your school have won the past three titles! How or what do you do to appease the fanbase? I have no idea.
Anyway, it is Auburn hate week. Or if you are Hugh Freeze, it’s the love of competition for Georgia People Week.