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Who does bama have after McCarron?
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
Mccarrons tattoo is actually listed as number 2 on the depth chart. After that, I'm not sure.
My point is you guys don't have anybody from the get go at least we do have McCarron. I would take morris over mosely or pike any day too.
Sadly, I agree. I have never been big on this guy though.
let the excuses, deflecting, and but but but Bama's begin!
Kid from plant
Glad someone does
Hard to be impressed by someone we have barely seen on the field.
I Believe Auburn and Love IT...4 Life!
You should prepare yourself to live with the consequences of your decisions, whatever they may be.
Don't forget about the other Sims:
His senior year he led Gainesville High School to the Georgia state championship game. Sims completed 150 of 254 attempts for 2,288 yards and 28 touchdowns, to go with 115 carries for 863 yards (7.5 per carry) and 13 rushing touchdowns.
Don't get me wrong frazier looks like a great athlete, but I really question his throwing abilities especially his accuracy.
Fair enough, only the season will tell. A season that I am awfully anxious to get here. Can summer just be over already?
That Sims is a RB now.
AU knew Pike was a turd when they took him. Not a surprise. So funny, whoever said he could transfer to Arky State.
Your are confusing Chizik flor your own coach. bammer has about 20 players arrested under Saban and 18 of them received nothing in the way of punishment The two players Saban did punish were basically benchwarmers. That is a stone cold fact, not the hyperbole you are spewing about Chizik
On the other hand, any player arrested under Chizik has been suspended for at least 1 game. That is also fact
lol i love how you just make things up all the time.
This post was edited by CrimsonTemplar 2 years ago
If anybody wants to dispute that it is actually Saban who is a joke on discipline you just have to go back to last year. Brent Calloway was arrested for weed, Aaron Douglas was arrested for alcohol, and Mark Barron was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident or something similar to that
What punishment did any of those players receive from Saban? I will be waiting a long time on that answer, because there was no punishment for any of those players
They received stiff inhouse penalties that no Alabama fan is allowed to discuss. We're classy and we keep those things private. Believe me, those players would have rather been in jail.
Brent Calloway Aaron Douglas, and Mark Barron are all bammer players who were arrested last year. Produce a link showing those players were suspended or received any punishment at all.
Zeke Pike is the 7th player Auburn player arrested under Chizik and the only one who wasnt suspended for at least 1 game was Onterio Mcalleb and that was only because he was arrested on traffic charges like not having insurance or a drivers license. I can provide links to back that up
I'm sensing you're not feeling the gravity of seriousness in my earlier post?
this^^^^ that only leaves 50 other head cases on that trooper laden roster...
look, auburn is in good hands, just ask their fans.
go into detail. glad you're not going back 7 years like in your earlier posts.
18 months at auburn is like 7 years in most programs, not in terms of winning, but in terms of arrests and defection. 2012 class off to a great start. glad auburn signed that 1/4 star out of phenix city.
it takes a lot to get suspended by chiznik...cheech and chong would have started 2 years at auburn before a suspension. dyers gun and drug problem was overlooked for 2 years.
pat dyes auburn creed
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