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Bryan Harsin Era Ushers in New ‘Blogle Design

You probably don’t know this, but when Gene Chizik was hired, I redesigned this website, and when Gus Malzahn was hired, I redesigned the website. Now, despite this website taking a hit from me being a full-on working dad who spends five days a week at a baseball field, I redesigned this website in accordance with the hiring of Bryan Harsin. With the redesign comes a revamped ‘Blogle experience.

As much as I care about how the site looks on your laptop, the mobile experience is now a real thing, too. It actually works. You will be able to find more posts in more ways. Just keep scrolling. There are over 3,000 posts from today and yesteryear there for your viewing pleasure. What’s the next best thing to a national championship this year? Watching a Vlogle from Auburn winning it all in 2010. To do so, go to the navigation menu, and click Vlogles. It’s that easy!

With this new revamp, you’ll get my normal predictions, previews, Other Sidelines, and other dumb stuff, but I have also assembled a team of personalities that will add additional content to the site as well. Podcasts are going to be more prominent. Others’ views that completely fall in line with my life enjoying fandom will be contributed to the site as well. By the way, if you’d like to become a contributor, hit me up.

Oh, also when you redesign a website, old content may not look the greatest within the look. So if you find something old that looks really bad, leave a comment. I’ll fix stuff as I go. This is just a starting point, an ongoing project.

Anyway, it’s a new era in Auburn which gives me a new excitement to grow this thing to what I’ve always wanted it to be. I know reading is hard these days, so I’ll get more into the snappin’ and tokkin’ and all that. To follow me on all relevant platforms, scroll up to the top and you’ll see all those links.

Now, there’s tons of new content on the site. Go read it. But first, let’s go back and look how far we’ve come since 2007. 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0

Now that I think about it, I think also change the site after Auburn won the National Championship, so I guess I’ll be doing this again before next season.

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