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  1. Can something be wildly shameful and predictable at the same time? At no point did I read this and go, "wow, I'm surprised someone in the national media is taking a party line to the point he is attacking a black man and his family for rising above simply because he is a political threat and doesnt fit a mold." What a hateful heart... If someone ever asks why there are such divisions in our country just point to this. The ability to distance oneself from any semblance of reasonable thought is quite astounding.
  2. Ok first of all, are you from the wire grass area or coffee county? I ask because I went to Enterprise and those are two really random towns to choose from to make your point. Secondly, I agree. It is frustrating that Auburn was investigated for 2 years because another school wanted to pay a player. Let that sink in. That would be like 2 kids in a different class getting in a fight and your kid gets suspended because one of the 2 kids' friends transferred to your class lol.
  3. One thing I found interesting is the level of detail he so openly spoke about. Dropping names, locations, and amounts might turn a few heads. He even went above and beyond and gave exact details of who pays for what regions. It's hard to believe anything happens to Saban until it happens, but Smart has been reckless with his cheating from the jump. For someone that basically had a pipeline to Alabama while at Hoover to drop the names of "untouchables" like Bryant Jr. and Saban should raise eyebrows. One other thing to consider is how this might throw a little doubt on Saban as far as the
  4. Then Oklahoma's Heisman winner Jason White proceeded to throw approximately 472 picks in the natty. Auburn in 2004 wasnt going to lose after that LSU game. Something flipped a switch and we became a steamroller. There was a controlled meanness with that team and it showed every snap. I still say, to this day, 2004 Auburn is the best to ever wear the orange and blue by 10-14 points.
  5. I dont think it will be too long before you see Gus at somewhere like a Louisville or NC State. A school that has been successful in recent history but needs something/someone new. I seem to remember Virginia Tech fans wanting him in December. I would say Florida State might come calling, but I'm not sure anyone wants a piece of that crap show.
  6. Lol some people said what happened and no one wanted to listen. T-Will was never a problem. He pointed the problem out (along with Caddy)
  7. Really well made anime! The voice acting is well done as well. Richard Armitage (Thorin Oakenshield from The Hobbit) voices the main Belmont in it.
  8. There are almost always slight struggles with a new system. I dont think we will be flat out bad, but I could see some coverage hiccups and missed gap assignments. Still way better than something like 2014. However, I do agree that things will get progressively better with time and coaching.
  9. Dude drug his pivot foot a good 2 feet
  10. I mean, the man stepped up for his alma mater and brought our linebackers back to as close to when he played here as we have seen. T-Will will be a defensive coordinator pretty soon the way he recruits, coaches, and loves the game. I would also remind people that it wasnt his choice to leave Auburn. Dude loves Auburn and loves football.
  11. My understanding is that Carnell and T-Will are the ones that brought the whole thing to Gus's attention and that the athletic department was NOT a fun place that day. Edit: If I'm wrong maybe either @RunInRed or @WarDamnEagleWDE can correct me.
  12. That wasnt even a 50/50 call. Really REALLY bad missed call
  13. Didn't one of the lead detectives say it was one of the worst murder scenes he had ever seen? Or did I imagine that?
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