You know, for a conference synonymous with oversigning, there sure are a lot of walk-ons at SEC schools being awarded scholarships this season.
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That is so unfair, we KNOW Auburn can count to 180 and multiply by 1000.
And we know that since Orson looked in the “closet” at Miami, and turned it down, what could have possibly been in that closet that UGA showed him to get him to sign the dotted line with the bulldogs. See how this works.
To be fair, despite the fact that his comment was obviously a joke, Actually no, we don’t “see how this works.” It isn’t in any way, shape or form a similar fact pattern.
Someone showed him a closet. Even IF a booster at UM had offered anything, it wasn’t Charles’ father asking for something. A prostitute offering you a service is not a criminal act by you. You soliciting a prostitute IS a criminal act.
See how that works?
Sure it is..offer was made by a booster of ANOTHER program, yet signed with UGA…therefore UGA is guilty of something, just like AU must be guilty of something.
“The money was too great”-Cam Newton
“Whatever the NCAA says is what I’ll go with”-Cecil Newton
Cam Newton never said that. Now Cecil, that idiot, did.
Aaron Murray, but there was no closet. I see how you would be upset by insinuation because AU has never cheated or been caught cheating.
How many walk-ons at Alabama, USC it LSU have gotten schollys for this year? I think college presidents are more interested in seeing these stories than one’s about orphans getting their offer yanked. That’s why saban’s “let the coaches handle it” plan was doomed to fail and did.
And how many walk-ons get internships at Microsoft? If a coach is handing out schollies to walk-ons at a premier, top 10 player destination, he’s doing something very wrong.
“Those 13 jerseys are going to be around a long time.”-- Brock Bowers, The Athletic, 1/10/23
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