Auburn Football: Do You Still Believe

Quenton MosleyCorrespondent IOctober 24, 2008

February 27, 1993 I was born. On that day I was welcomed into the Auburn family. For fifteen years my life has circled around Auburn. I'v never lost faith for what I believe in, I'v never giving up hope.

I believe in Auburn and love it; those are strong words. I believe in Auburn and love it, no I love Auburn but do I believe. I don't know I just don't know.

We all know how the season has gone. How a lot of us sat in Jordan-Hare after LSU beat us, after some of us sat and watched Vandy beat us, and then Arkansas.

You know we say I believe in a sound mind, sound body, and a spirit that's not afraid. Where are the minds of our coach, where are the minds of our players, where are the minds of the fans. I know where my mind is, and it's not in Auburn.

I believed in Auburn so much last night as we played West Virgina. I believed that there would be a turn around for our football program. But watching West Virgina fight on and Auburn giving up I couldn't take it any more. I turned my t.v. off.

All night I asked myself do I believe, do I still believe in Auburn. That's a hard question to answer right know.

Before I finish I leave you with these words that we hear every Saturday:

Because Auburn men and women _______ in these things I _______ in Auburn and love it.

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