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Laughable considering the current circumstance with Bama and its recruiting. Your deflection is astounding.
What circumstances would those be, ThugU alliner?
Viagra to Shadow
Did you ever hear about how former auburn/49ers OL Steve Wallace kicked his parents out of the house in the 80s because he didn't want to pay the note any more? Fambuleh indeed.
Probably the circumstances of having more players arrested and those players facing much more lenient punishment
Doesn't sound like it, Lenny. I'm pretty sure we've had recruits arrested fewer times and no one really believes your crazy numbers.
BTW, Lenny, why do you suppose the entire country thinks auburn is a cesspool of thuggery and Alabama keeps putting their own players in the first round? I'll hang up and listen.
Dee Liner is the only Auburn recruit arrested as far as I know. I am pretty sure rape and sodomy>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>jumping over a fence
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WTF is sodemny, Lenny?
Followup: have your "teachers" gotten to "less than/greater than" yet?
Bill Walsh is definitely shorter than Ed Jones.
I never touched her.
Congrats on this thread.
based on what? Saban doesnt suspend players who are arrested, so him rambling on about Chizik waiting to suspend a player who was never arrested like Micheal Dyer is beyond laughable
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Pretty sure this is exactly what he meant, Lenny.
Why won't you answer my questions, Lenny?
When you turn states evidence, you rarely Get charged with a crime.
When did Dyer turn states evidence? He was pretty uncooperative with the district attorney during trial and the state had an overwhelming case with little or nothing from Dyer. The players were arrested a few tenths of a mile from the victims home with the stolen property in their possession and the victims identified them. Antonio Goodwin also pretyy much confessed to the crime
Lenny, it seems like you think Dyer is at Arkansas Baptist because he smoked weed. Does that make sense to whomever thinks for you?
You did the court transcript correct? He admitted to providing the gun. That's called "turning states evidence".
No, he did not admit that. He admitted it was his gun, but the testimony left it unclear exactly how the other players got the gun. I am sure they knew where Dyer kept it and could have taken it for themselves, I assume that is what happened since Dyer refued to go himself and tried to talk Antonio Goodwin out of going
Everybody Hates a thief. Seems believable yo.
In getting about sick of kids opening newspapers and sport websites and seeing Auburn PLAYERS constantly breaking the law. It's sickening.
Must have been.
Disagree. Dyer was an innocent bystander. He was in his room, studying, when the following exchange happened:
"Hey, yo, Dy, gimme yo gat."
"Excuse me, Antonio. I don't follow."
"Yo, Mike, we gon' hit a lick an' make sum ends."
"I beg your pardon, but I have no interest in licking any hits tonight. Kindly remove yourself to a fraternity house if that is your tipple."
"Bitch, the gun, NOW!"
"Oh, you mean the unlicensed firearm on the armoire? I have no knowledge of any such thing."
"Aight, bitch. Later."
What's a little sodomy between friends?
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