Good on ya’, Del Marsh. There’s hope for Auburn yet.
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Bentley cast the deciding vote for Lowder, which quickly drew media scrutiny because of a $25,000 contribution to his gubernatorial campaign from Lowder’s wife.
I am a lifelong Bulldog and graduate but I have many friends who areAuburn folks-They always were proud of being Auburn men! I think they have had it with recent trends and the hurt to their reputation.Winning is important but it must be done with honor.May take a few years but I look for Auburn to rebound in a positive way.
The Alabama governor was Bear Bryant’s physician back-in-the-day so you have to wonder where his sentiments truly come from. No question that keeping Lowder off any university’s BOT is a smart decision. Does he have any money left after flying that bank into the ground?
Unlike Bruce, I have seen no indication of AubieCane fans feeling badly about what they have done, all the ones I know are excusing the behavior of their coach, players, administration, and fanbase. They deserve to be crucified, just wish we had leaders with some cojones running the NCAA and SEC.
I think the point is that SOME Auburn fans and alumni are honest and are trying to straighten things out. I agree with your statement above as it applies to most of the Barners, though.
Looks like they are arranging deck chairs on the Titanic.
I was “all-in” back in the day, too.
"What an incredible turnout. It felt like a home game when you looked up in the stands and saw all the red. I expected it to be that way but maybe not as much as it was." -- Kirby Smart, Dawgs247.com, 11/27/21
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