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Gene Chizik's wife Jonna posted on Facebook on Wednesday to rally support for Auburn after their 1–4 start. In her post she cited the Occupy Wall Street protests, the Egypt uprising and the Kony 2012 movement as examples....

"Therefore, my humble suggestion is to create a VERY POWERFUL ALL-IN movement of your own." “We have fans all over the US and I think it is time that they RISE UP and snatch back what satan, himself, has stolen. We serve a God who recovers ALL that “has been stolen” from us and there are times that He requires the efforts of His people to accomplish this truth.”
She later clarified the statement with a follow-up post...

"To clarify my original post about utilizing social media to come together as a fan base in support of what Auburn stands for...when I refered to what satan has stolen from us as a whole I NEVER meant or even vaguely was refering to wins and/or losses on a football field. To be clear, I honestly believe that God doesn't care who wins a football game but I do know that we serve a GOD big enough to do as He pleases."

"So for those who have misunderstood my humble attempt to get the best fan base in America to rally around a group of 17-22 year old young boys and for those that have misrepresented my words or my intent to unite the Auburn Family please forgive me for offending you with the integrity of my heart."
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She is a little over the edge with the original post.
Reply47 months
yep, the T key is nowhere near the B key either....
Reply47 months
frick me this just makes this season for us better and better :P
Reply47 months
Mark Hudspeth says keep it up baby
Reply47 months
Maybe her imaginary Sky-Daddy can pull off a win this weekend. But I think that is too tall an order for even a nonexistent deity to pull off.
Reply47 months
Sounds like she's off her medication.
Reply47 months
I think all is this talk about God must be referencing increased payments to preachers. Does Cecil have a younger son? Maybe some other preacher then
Reply47 months
She must have felt the need to take up the mantle of the crazy coach's wife since the Malzahns left town.
Reply47 months
She misspelled Saban..
Reply47 months
Auburn, it's a God thing.
Reply47 months
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