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Trying to figure out how to photoshop that pic into the video over his actual car IYAM. Video's not ready yet.
That shirt Cam has on says no such thing as a half way crook.
Good point, I didn't think about that.
Good good......let the hate flow from you.
Your trolls suck. Go to rivals. People will bite more there
I know for a fact that banks loan these players the money to buy the cars they drive. Its a deal where they have to pay just interest per month on the vehicle. it a low risk for banks to make money on interest, because they know the player will have money. i.e. trent r
Deion Sanders drove a Porsche 911 in High School... only because his girlfriend came for a super rich family... and it was hers.
Clemson PD holding arrest videos and students described it as chaos. Students tried to prevent it and police had to draw their weapons.
"People always ask me if I wish I were bigger. I tell them no. I always wanted to be a miniature badass." Dustin Pedroia
That is a violation. Academic only students do not have access to interest only $45K car loans.
Looks like another perfect day.
not even going to read the thread
i realize you're a Boog but you must realize that a free college ride allows parents the opportunity to spend elsewhere
and i seriously doubt an 09 went for 50 large.
you should start a thread on the MudPuddle**U site begging your Aub brothers & sisters to try and focus on getting your
players to class on a semi-regular basis & out of crack trailers w/ guns & getaway drivers .
ever hear of Lloyds of London?
didnt all Aubies attend Auburn ?
Once again, you prove to be retarded. Great job.
let me try and simplify it for you.
its called monthly payments .did Troopa' pay cash for his house ? my lord, how can he afford to live there ?
Julio drove a shiny blue Chevy Blazer complete with giant blue rims. All tinted and everything. It happens at all major football programs I think. At least for the big stars of the team.
Except at USC where Reggie drove a hoopty with a little bling and got us popped.
no his janitor parents & a rent free cali-manshion got you popped .
now those were figure$ that just didnt add up .
The LOIC charge hinged on the car and the fact that they never followed up on his paperwork when he reported it to compliance.
Not saying it wasn't deserved just saying in light of the fact that every other bigtime player drives $50K cars it's just more hypocrisy.
the govt nailed Capone on taxes . ya think there may have been more there?
Yes black people can't afford cars. Lol all minorities are poor.
If I had a kid and he or she got a full ride to college. That's saving me 19-28,000 a year. If they did well in school. Yes I would get them a nice car.
What about all this white kids I see driving 90,000 BMW and Benz??? Are you going to have the NCAA investigate them too oh offcourse not their white. Thread over.
girls the girls they love me.
How is it saving you 19,000-28,000 per year? It's not money you were already paying.
The white kids driving the BMW's aren't on scholarship and therefore not subject to NCAA compliance.
Not reading this whole thread, because I really don't know. I do know that if players choose to fully use their meal plans, etc, they have reasonable cash left over. Pell Grants and student loans can be pretty significant too. It's not like they have to pay a lot for rent/utilitities, insurance, food, etc. I used to stretch about 2500 of my student loan money across the whole semester for whatever.
Further, and this may have changed, star players used to be able to get future earnings loans from banks. Bank would stack a huge interest rate on it and collect when they went pro. If they didn't make it to the pros, they were shit out of luck when their career ended. Again, not sure if this is still a legal move.
Finally, I DO know that our compliance department has kept records of all athletes vehicles and how they got them and paid for them ever since 2002 or so. Anyway, even $600/month isn't a lot when all your other needs are taken care of and you get an annual pell grant and student loan.
Exactly alot this cars are been paid for monthly. I agree with your post 100%.
how did i know without looking that this thread was created by an bumbling stumbling auburn fan
This post was edited by CrimsonTemplar 23 months ago
All players under scholarship have to fill out paperwork with proof of where any support comes from especially auto purchases.
If daddy can afford a Beemer for Jr he can have one. If a player with a mother on welfare drives a Tahoe or Escalade it's a red flag. There are black players whose parents can afford nice rides and there are white players whose parents can't. It just seems that too many players who "come from poverty" drive some pretty nice rides in the SEC. At least the starters do by their Sr years.
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