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LULZ, the whole article is shot to $hit with that statement. Trent did not take the ACT five times and his score sure as hell wasn't 16.
So your point is they get dumb kids that win lots of football games? Sounds about right.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
I was just coming here to post this story, but unfortunately somebody already beat me to it. A bammer recruit who is ineligible at his current high school due to poor grades is encouraged by a bammer assistant coach to transfer to an Alabama high school more friendly to bammer recruits The same Alabama assistant coach also tells the recruit this new school will take care of him academically and not to take the ACT test until he gets to this new school.
Sounds kind of fishy to me. Anybody who thinks otherwise probably doesnt know bammers history of getting recruits into school by changing their high school grades or helping them cheat on their ACT test. Kerry Murphy, Josh Chapman, and Albert Means are just a few of the recruits that have gotten into bammer by these crooked tactics
This post has been edited 4 times, most recently by aubie25 18 months ago
That's why there's accademic standards to get into College, it's not just football rednecks. SEC continues to transfer kids around however possible to get them eligible when they have no business in college.
And they looked into Paige's transfer months ago. So there is no story here involving bama.
lol at bammers claiming this is no big deal. If the same story involved an Auburn recruit, 47 different bammers would have already started a thread about it and they would have all claimed Auburn was obviously cheating
Go ahead and tell that to people like Barrett Jones and DeMeco Ryans. I'm sure they will agree.
We get it. You can't win at football, but you win at academics....even though you can't spell academics!
I could care less what goes on at Auburn. My husband is a huge Auburn fan so it's actually better when things are going well because he's in a better mood.
Something seems fishy. The 1.66 GPA...doesn't that seem a little high for a Bama player?
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
Normally, there would be 47 barners here doing the same thing, but we'll give you a break since there are only 3 of you left.
This post was edited by BayTider 18 months ago
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
Serious question. Does this article with 3 month old info you could have googled take the sting away from 0- fur SEC this year?
The OP is an Ohio State fan, not from Auburn. Duh!
His other school did not offer the classes to graduate...we offered him a scholly and told him to graduate, and told him to graduate he needed to attend another school. Blocks vs Periods vs Classes offered. He was not on pace to graduate regardless of his GPA. The amount of classes still matter, but i dont expect you to understand one thing about graduating from HS, well unless you are from Memphis.
But yet u just said...
I was just coming here to post this story, but unfortunately somebody already beat me to it.
tldr. They can't hammer the hammer. Saban will use his powers of justice and clarity to resolve this issue.
There's a reason I didn't quote the OP......
Saban has power over who SEC Schools hired. The NcAA doesn't want any.
So, not to interrupt the bickering over Alabama's possible misdeeds, but WOTS is that there is a Chicago Tribune article coming out in the next week or so about the recruitment of Jordan Diamond. Allegedly, he or his family was paid $50,000 to sign with Auburn. I don't know what evidence they have, but at least one version of the rumor is that Diamond has admitted it.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by MrWoodson 18 months ago
Hahaha, your stupidity gets better with every post.
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