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you are right. +1 ni...
"Those blue jerseys put the fear of God in people" -Pat Dye
Is that you Sheridan? Dang, did you bring any robo-posters with you?
Imagine that....... Auburn paid someone. Wake me when you have something we dont already know. Straight cash, homie.
A Wooddale High guidance counselor admitted to creating a fraudulent transcript for a former student-athlete and has resigned, according to a statement released by Memphis City Schools.
Getting more interesting.
TennStud knows things. I wasn't a believer until today. Guidance counselor is spilling the beans.
I expect apologies
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
well at least he never touched the field i guess
This post was edited by Pichelmayer 23 months ago
he claimed a pay for play... this has nothing to do with that
Could make Robinson Ineligible though... Seems the clearinghouse would have redflagged this if it were major changes.
At this point, poop is still more interesting. Let me know when they get to the sentencing phase.
No, Not really. And yea i am sure you would know..
not if the clearinghouse didn't know.
if he did wrong can him and those involved...if not, let's play football.
If players go on HBO and admit taking money and Cecil Newton admits shopping Cam and Cam says something to the effect that there was just too much AU was offering and nothing happens....Do you really believe that a HS counselor is going to get them in trouble over a kid that hasn't played a snap?
It could happen, but it likely won't. Here's why:
1) They may not have had anything to do with it
2) They might have, but the counselor will only be able to get another job...ever...if he says he did it out of the love in his heart rather than conspiring to help a University get a kid in college to play sports.
3) Even if the counselor wants to come clean and the Auburn AD himself handed him cash and the counselor has a picture to prove it, he's still got to get his testimony to the NCAA. He's jobless and therefore probably needs money. You reckon a booster or 10 would make sure his bills were paid for a year to shut him up?
So, when they get to the sentencing phase, let me know.
He also thinks nothing will come of the pay for play on Robinson if you believe everything he has to say.
Pay for play? I thought this was a grade issue? I seriously not being condescending. I really don't know.
It is a grade issue.
Yeah, not an AU issue. Y'all can say deflect all y'all want, but AU is once again... clean as crystal.
TennStud said that he received a bunch of money....
And that crystal is soooooooo pretty.
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rumor has it that the now jobless counselor is in route to Rev Cecil's to gain redemption for his misdeeds.
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