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The tables are turning.
Two years after the Tigers won the crystal football, more allegations question whether they did it within the rules.
More people have denied Selena Robertst help.
Following is the statement Auburn provided to ESPN on March in response to its story on synthetic marijuana use:
After a thorough internal review, the Auburn Athletics Department believes many of the allegations made by the individuals interviewed for this story are baseless and inaccurate.
As the District Attorney told a jury in open court a year ago, Auburn football and Auburn's policies had nothing to do with what happened the night that four former football players were arrested for armed robbery. Unfortunately, the defendants in this case are simply facing theconsequences of their actions.
The facts clearly demonstrate that the Auburn Athletics Department and the Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics acted appropriately and aggressively in response to the growing threat of synthetic marijuana during the 2010-2011 academic year.
Auburn Athletics began testing its student-athletes for synthetic marijuana three days after a test became available. Since our drug testing policy was amended to include synthetic marijuana as a banned substance, there have been three positive tests for the drug out of more than 2,500 drug tests administered.
All of our student-athletes are regularly educated on the harms of all types of substance use and abuse, including synthetic marijuana. In addition to education, any student-athletes who test positive for drugs are required to seek professional counseling.
Auburn Athletics has always and will continue to put the wellbeing of our student-athletes at the forefront of our mission.
Roberts getting roasted.
Props to Big A.
This is the reason these last few days have been amazing. Thanks Selena.
Court of public opinion has rendered its verdict. Glorious.
I haven't been following this, but did she say he had video of all the interviews?
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
She said yes yesterday on Jox but I don't believe she does. People are missing the biggest prize in all of this IMHO. It's not the unproven allegations. It's the fact that Auburn posters constantly have to climb to the top of the water tower to defend Auburns honor. It's priceless.
She says she has audio but won't release it.
Backpeddle, backpeddle, backpeddle
You forgot "Guilty as Hell" in your OP title.
Who's climbing? I've been up here the whole time.
Oh noes, oh noes
Is this the same court that glorifies white trash like Harvey updyke?
Another beautiful thing. Bama escaped that mess unscathed ITCOPO. Bama gets the sunshine, auburn gets the rain.
Selena Roberts reminds of Charles Robinson in the Miami investigation in that she wants Auburn destroyed. Robinson wanted the death penalty for Miami football and he failed.
Here's hoping this b!tch fails ( down flight of stairs)
She's late to the party. The Saban and Jay Jacobs combo beat her to it.
When you lose to both Mississippi teams (Dan Mullins 1st SECw win besides Ole Miss), Vandy (who has a winning record vs the barn), and John L Smith in the same season then there isn't much destroying left to do. That ship sailed long ago.
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The entire country thinks your fanbase is a bunch of teabagging Updyke gumptards bro. I'll take shady over that
Hard to argue with this.
I can't believe Jacobs is still employed.
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