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caught stealing boxes trying to make a clubhouse
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
How is it not hypocritical, doucher?
We dont have to speculate what bammers would do. We see it firsthand. We know also know you are hypocrites, because you have had players do things much worse and receive nothing in the way of punishment or discipline from your midget coach
Phillip Marshall reporting his baby sister lost her first tooth and he made a quick exit home to celebrate with the family.
Poor, poor aubies. Cry some more for me. Big brother is here.
So, according to barner logic, Carl Lawson getting kicked out of The Opening and Zeke Pike getting kicked out of a game for throwing a football at the head of a official shouldn't matter because Rolando bumped into an official 3 years ago and didn't get kicked out of the game? Okay.
It all comes down to the fact that Alabama is the common denominator for anything barn fans talk about. You compare your coaches to ours, your players to ours, your "tradition" to ours, etc. You want respect so bad, but you don't get it because everyone in the nation knows how much of a joke your program is, and how barn fans are the biggest crybaby conspiracy theorists in sports.
Now go ahead and deflect everything I said with something totally off-topic like a personal joke or Jimmy Johns haha
Have you seen your homeboard compared to ours?
How many pages did the imaginationland thread go?
Exactly, run along now.
YOU HAVE PHILLIP MARSHALL.
Are you kidding? On top of his little incident of pushing a referee, Ro was actually sued by an other bammer student who claims Ro ran over him with a car and then proceeded to beat the crap out of him to the point he needed major dental work to fix the damage. Of course, Ro wasnt suspended one game or one play for that incident either
Brandon Deadrick was arrested fo disorderly conduct, resisiting arrest,and giving police a false name. The resisting arrest apparently involved headbutting a police car window so hard it cracked the window. He wasnt suspended one game or one play for that incident either and later told the Birmingham News his only punishment was having to work in a nursing home
That shorty saban sure is one tough disciplinarian...NOT
Again deflection. Lol. Talking about our homepage???? Wtf? Stay on topic please.
You have to love bammer logic. They flame the freak out of an Auburn player for doing similar or less severe than their own players have done and then claim Auburn fans are obsessed with them when Auburn fans point out the hypocrisy of such actions. hahahahaha
Not at all, degenerate. Learn to read.
How educated and precise... I guess you do win.
I knew you would come around.
No, it's just that whenever ANYTHING happens at AU, the first thought that goes through a barner's head is "okay how can I compare this to something Bama did??"
And yes...it is extremely clear that AU fans are obsessed with Alabama.
Nah, that's impossible.
HT is all about god.
All he does is win.
I Ain't got no Worries - Lebron James
If your players had received any discipline for those incidents, I probably still wouldnt bring them up. However, when your players can push referees, beat the crap out of fellow students, be arrested for 3 or 4 crimes at the same time and your midget coach does nothing about it, you really dont have much room to flame the behavior of players at any other school
AUrmed robbery. That is all.
That doesn't matter man....Rolando pushed a referee.
I'm shocked this turned into a flame thread.
Just because these "incidents" weren't publicized does not mean Saban didn't hand McClain a punishment within the football program.
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