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Quote from Malzahn......"On hiring assistant coaches
"I'm going to take my time and find the right fit for us. We are going to hire men of character that will be great examples for our players first. Then they are going to be great coaches and great recruiters. I'm going to take my time to try to get the best coaches.
No he will be on the barn payroll for ever he knows to much.
Apparently if we wants to keep Reuben Foster he will....
Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
He is taking Tim Jackson's place as director of player personnel
This post was edited by Pride of Dixie 19 months ago
honestly thought you said "director of payroll"
which would make sense
I think Trooper is staying actually.
Is that part of his contract?
Hope they all stay!
Yup imagine the look on their face when Petrino wasn't their man
This post was edited by Man_A _War 19 months ago
If Trooper stays, then Auburn has gotten no wiser in any of this
Lulz. Take your time, Gus. It's not like your NSD is two months away or anything.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
troop has auburn by the ball$. much like pfd and a few others.
auburn has to be careful how they maneuver around his dismissal.
Trooper will stay. He has enough dirt to fill the Atlantic Ocean.
lol at bammers constantly questioning Trooper's honesty and integrity when he has never been implicated in anything more than secondary violations. Meanwhile half of bammers coaching staff has been implicated in some of the biggest cheating scandals around including the pay for play involving fat Albert Means and the Nevin Shapiro stuff at Miami
Two first-year Alabama assistants have been accused by a former Miami booster of steering recruits to him in a story published by Yahoo! Sports.
This post was edited by aubie25 19 months ago
The probe appears to be centered on two assistants, Trooper Taylor and Curtis Luper, who have reportedly been restricted from their normal recruiting duties amid the allegations.
It's part of Foster's it would seem
Sorry, but Miami has already self imposed two bowl bans on themselves as a result of the Nevin Shapiro stuff. That should show even an idiot like you how serious the case is. Nevin Shapiro himself has also implicated the bammers current offensive line coach and director of football operations in his cheating scheme at Miami
The story you posted claims Trooper and Luper have both been banned from recruiting on the road, yet they were both on the road recruiting last week. Auburn also hasnt imposed any penalties on themselves and every Auburn website on the internet has reported the story revolved around secondary violations at best and it is no big deal
bammers own football program is also currently being investigated by the NCAA themselves over a recruit named Darius Page
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by aubie25 19 months ago
Which are all the leaders in the industry and just beacons of integrity. haha.
Speaking of integrity, here is the story of bammer currently being investigated by the NCAA themselves
The Pensacola News Journal is reporting that NCAA associate director of enforcement is interviewing school officials regarding DT Darius Paige.
Coaches with things like integrity and character don't succeed in the SEC...
SEC coaches have never molested children or covered it up and enabled child molesters. At least they have that going for them
You gotta lot of balls...
This post was edited by BayTider 19 months ago
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
Just teed that one up for us huh. Oversigning/grayshirting vs. covering up decades of child molestation, I'll let you make the decision on which is the greater crime. haha.
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