Things you may have missed from the weekend, part three.

You may have heard about the Auburn player who had to come out of the Arkansas game.  It wouldn’t be such a big deal if Malzahn hadn’t been so sanctimonious about the subject of fake injuries earlier this year, as this clip neatly indicates:

That said, I don’t know what gives me the bigger chuckle – Malzahn’s wide-eyed “he got hurt” response immediately after the game, or that Bielema had the nerve to complain about another coach’s gamesmanship.

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13 responses to “Things you may have missed from the weekend, part three.

  1. PatinDC

    That is going to be a fun game every year until Bilema is gone.

  2. Vindexdawg

    Those who recall the taunting and booing of 80,000 Auburn trash bag fans in 2010 when Murray had to leave the game due to a REAL injury (caused by Thug Fairley diving helmet-first into his knee) will appreciate the irony of AU’s antics this weekend. And, of course, with Malzahn on their sideline in both games.

  3. StuDawg

    I hate Florida, and I hate the Cocks, but Auburn is rising and is now a close 3rd.

  4. Spike

    Stay classy, Gus. Bullshitter.

  5. Minnesota Dawg

    News bulletin: The SEC (especially the West) is a cesspool of liars, hypocrites, cheaters, and assholes.

  6. Erskine

    Forget about any effort to find integrity in auburn alabama. I hate florida, sc & tech, but my combined hatred of those opponents does not come close to the disgust I have for the barn bums. auburn’s only tradition is and always will be cheating in some form or fashion, bless their hearts.

  7. Coastal Dawg

    I think the only way to stop this is to pass a rule that an player injured to the point of stopping play must sit out until a change of possession. Clearly, missing one play doesn’t make a difference.