Another week, another team of bulldogs. Auburn is favored to beat this pack by seven points—wait, make that seven times seven. Good grief. Good times. Well, it’s not good. The 64 degrees wouldn’t be that bad, if it stayed dry. But the rain in Spain looks like it is going to fall mainly on the Plains. There’s a 75 percent chance of the sky water at kickoff. That bumps up to 100 percent by halftime. Might even be thunderstorming by the time it’s over. Fingers crossed we won’t be singing CCR… Believe it or not, it’s there. The two schools used to meet quite a bit once upon a gridiron, though mostly when they both technically had different names. The first game? 1903… and it was crazy. Instead of trying to focus on the eagle with binoculars you’re not allowed to take into the stadium on Saturday (at least inside a case—see details on Auburn’s prohibited item list here), get up close and personal the night before at Football, Fans and Feathers at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Southeastern Raptor Center. It’s become a favorite Friday fan fun-tivity in recent years. And you don’t just get to peep the eagles—$5 gets you ...