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That's fine....I got PLENTY
I guess Shane thinks Yeldon will flip to Bama after he enrolls at Auburn. Brilliant. Sell those subscriptions, BOL.” - TIGER
Why are there so many auburn mods? Seems like theyre overly sensitive too.
Mods should come from teams that that have less drama.
Not really. They could have banned me severals times but haven't.
This post was edited by Sin City Tider 19 months ago
This is no place for that rational thought, common sense gibberish. Please step away from the thread slowly.
Count me in on the small group who know Chizik is not a good head coach. The only thing I thank him for is good recruiting classes. I hope we dont make a bowl game and he is gone after this year.
Why So Serious?
I believe the "he" was intended to refer to Pat Forde.
Then TP30 must have flunked HS English.
"the guidance counselor gave a very vivid accounting of why Javon Robinsons grades were changed at his high school. He as supposedly told the who, what, where, when and how."
Isnt Auburn still paying Tommy Tubberville??? If so, they need the NCAA to come down on them so they can get rid of the Cheeze without paying two coaches that are not working for them.
I know what he wrote. Again -- notwithstanding the possible pronoun misplacement -- I think he meant the "he" to refer to Pat Forde, whom he references in the sentence that followed. Given that the guidance counselor "gave a very vivid account" to Forde, wouldn't it make sense for Forde to have been the one who was "told the who, what, where..."?
This post was edited by Pedro Guerrero 19 months ago
Again, only if TP30 is functionally illiterate. Of course, TP30 could tell us who the "he" is.
This post was edited by airharper 19 months ago
Or you could stop being willfully obtuse.
If this "story" is really that some dude saw a MSU booster give a recruit a $200 handshake, y'all all got trolled.
sounds like a troll to me
The Yahoo article is out...
Queue MSU fans declaring this guy the devil and untrustworthy.
Patience is a virtue. It's coming. Feel free to make one centralized thread telling me I told you so. Will be much easier to flame you all from one spot that way. ;)
You are still praying for an article about something bammer has done a number of times and the NCAA has never done anything about. Typical of you
Yes, yes. Tell me more.
Read my post about all this from yesterday,forget which thread it's in.
I know Byron but I fear he made a grave error for himself and got some bad advice and was "blind sided" here...he is going to have to end up opening his books.
There is one thing in his claim that's 100% false....but it doesn't matter like I said NCAA is done with State...we already know what's coming....it's now I said you said from Byron and the Booster.
i just posted an update in the other thread and will post it here too. De'Vinner said in a phone interview today that as many as 10 players are involved. Gave hotel reciepts, etc. see update 1:25 in article
A 7-on-7 coach in Nashville alleges former Mississippi State booster Robert Denton Herring made cash payments to then-recruit Will Redmond and arranged for
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