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Well I'd imagine so. If that bum got $400 for a bad practice, imagine what they were paying the players that did good!
We definitely upgraded on the DL. I agree on the LB's
I dont know why, but when I seen you say that. I thought of Juicy Js line in '' Showout'' ft Young Jeezy
''You say no to ratchet p*ssy, Juicy J cant!''
Aren't players allowed to make money right now? Or is that when summer starts?
Right, because, again, Aubs aren't going to believe their program is guilty of anything unless someone actually confesses. That's the only corroboration (look it up) that would work for y'all.
Y'all knew that dumb Dakota Mosley was failing drug test left and right ... and bc it wasn't technically against the rules you did nothing, and the very next day you're AUrmed Robber U.
But hey ... Cam didn't know ... and we didn't know synthetic weed was ... weed ... so ... leave us alone? Makes sense.
Parents say they weren't notified of anything ... but, NO, not that's not true bc AUBURN SAYS SO. OK.
You're not 100% guilty of all this bullshit, but no way you're 100% clean either.
Nothing to see here, move along ... said the Ohio State fans two years ago.
Mosely was failing test for spice which didn't become against NCAA rules until Oct. 2011... 10 months after we started testing for it.
The article vilifies Auburn for not punishing athletes BEFORE the NCAA had adopted legislation making synthetic marijuana a banned substance. But even a rudimentary understanding of the legal issues shows that Auburn could not ban, nor punish, players who tested positive for a substance which was not banned by the NCAA.
Props to Bodagetta10 (bunker)
OK. Mosley was blowing smoke in Jacobs' face.
Jacobs deserved his raise. My goodness.
How are you gonna punish someone when the substance is neither illegal or against NCAA rules?
When did bama start testing for spice?
I can see how you would relate to that.
Boner doing work. Fightin' Lenny's MVP imo
I miss Aubie... He would have owned TT by now
We all miss him. And you're spot on. This kind of crisis management is right in his wheelhouse.
All this great publicity about auburn has to be helping recruiting.
So why does the media hate Auburn again?
Covered that too.
I don't think the world hates Auburn.
I think if you run a website and are looking for hits, you cater to the biggest, dumbest fanbase in the country. You talk about Auburn, and every bama fan in the country clicks on it, then runs and gets their neighbor to read it to them.
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The REC just supports the people that the REC puts in high places. You have to take care of your own. Trust me, getting Auburn grads to write scathing articles on their own school isn't cheap.
Nowhere did I say she was payed by the REC. she knows how to get hits, and she felt like she would have some credibility because she is an AU grad. Lucky for us, everything she's ever done has been a heaping pile of shit and no one, except you illiterate bastards, takes her seriously.
K, let's see here ... Alabama - population 4.8 million ... in that state, probably 60/40 Bama fans, maybe more (and growing) ... that's an audience of about 2.8 million that ESPN is trying to get ... this is just factoring Bama fans in Alabama ... of course there's more since we breed and inbreed like minks ... god, I feel dumber just trying to do some math that supports this.
It's hard being an Aub right now. Your entire athletics program is a shit heap. Your trees are dead and will be gone soon. And there's a HS coach running the show now. And Cam is so gone. I need to be more sympathetic.
You know, I get what you're saying and you're right, but posting shoddy journalism that ruins your integrity in order to get hits isn't all that conducive to a productive journalism career. Was getting one blog entry to a few thousand views worth stripping away whatever journalistic integrity she had left? (Being let go from the NYTimes didn't help.)
My GOD it's "paid"
I am telling you that she is paid for by the REC.
It's not our fault one of your more prestigous grads thinks Auburn is a racist place (Barkley).
It's not our fault a number of your football played have an axe to grind with their University and are spilling all the beans.
It is our fault that Selena Roberts is still working and writing so fondly of her Alma Mater.
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