Tuberville won’t play Chicken Little

The sky above the Auburn football building isn’t falling. At least it was still up in the air Tuesday.
I know. I came. I checked.

“I’m very glad the people in Birmingham are interested in what we’re doing,” Tommy Tuberville said.
The sharp objects have not been removed from the head coach’s office. Instead Tuberville was sporting a ring he gave his assistants signifying Auburn’s 50 wins in the last five seasons.
Of course, only one of those victories, in last season’s Chick-fil-A Bowl, came with Tony Franklin as offensive coordinator.
“I’m not gonna jump off any bridges,” Tuberville said. “I am driving around them on my way home from work.”