The truth is, I'm sure, somewhere in the middle. My guess is that Coach will have a long chat with Haley (if he hasn't already done so.) This is not "Greatness is a Way of Life" nor the way to represent Auburn. We have no idea if Gator fans or team members had been "unkind" during the series and I'm not making excuses for Haley but we all have a breaking point and in her mind he touched her neck/shoulder. (And the video clearly indicates he did.) We don't know why he "touched/pushed" her - may be that he wasn't even looking but she perceived that he did. (If anyone has a video from the two previous games I'd be interested in seeing how the after game "congrats" went.) It was a sad situation that we would all have preferred didn't happen. (IMO) What we don't need is for it to hang around and affect the team this coming weekend or the rest of the season. Should we meet the Gators again I would hope that Auburn will let their playing speak for them and put the incident behind them.