The year is winding down and and it is almost time to turn the calendar to 2013 (unless those Mayans were correct).
The year of 2012 has been a wild one, on and off the field. When 2012 started, Auburn football was fresh off of an impressive victory over Virginia in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl.
Once the clock struck midnight just a couple of hours after an Auburn victory, there has not been much for Auburn fans to celebrate.
After a disappointing 3-9 campaign that ended with Gene Chizik being dismissed as head coach and being replaced by former offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn, Auburn fans have turned their eyes to 2013.
There is one thing certain about the Auburn fanbase. Regardless of the record on the football field, Auburn fans will love everything about Auburn. Whether it's the city, the tradition or just the memories of family and friends around the campus, Auburn never fails to bring a smile to one's face.
Now, 'tis the season, as they say.
To celebrate the holiday season, gather all your friends around to sing an Auburn version of the popular Christmas ballad, "Twelve Days of Christmas."
I'd like to wish all of you (Auburn and non-Auburn fans) that take the time to read and comment each week a very happy holidays.
Now, let's talk about the 12 days of an Auburn football Christmas.