Fair is fair, so I gotta admit this is the kind of media smarminess I’ve been waiting to see.
Filed under Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Crime and Punishment, Media Punditry/Foibles, Nick Saban Rules
Surely Scarbinsky will be out of a job by sundown
When will Auburn players stop getting arrested and making Auburn look bad? It’s not just the players that make Auburn look bad. Most of Auburn does a fantastic job of making Auburn look bad.
I was thinking the same thing. Auburn makes Auburn look bad. Perhaps the school is rubbing off on the kids. I say suspend Jay Jacobs, the Auburn AD, indefinitely.
And that’s just the ones that actually make the news and don’t get swept under the rug…
Funny, I don’t hear much about “thUGA” from my good friends who graduated from Auburn and Alabama anymore. I wonder why that is?
“The protests of people in Baltimore reached into the heart of Alabama this week and set off a minor crime spree that was lead by University students from Auburn and U of A. Coaches are coming to the defense of their players, but first will assume the NCAA routine of suspension from team or team play while social tutors are signed as Football Quality Assurance Trainers. Odd chain-link fencing construction projects were seen under construction at remote sites and were described as being 30′ circular in nature, 3′ tall enclosed overhead with a bolted gate on one side. Construction is being completed by the firm of Paul Bryant Jr with plans he credits to his father. “We will teach these young men the proper way to carry out protests that will benefit them, their community, their coaches and their respective teams in a competitive environment of football theft with rewards for 90% possession commensurate with Alabama and institution laws.’ was the statement by Paul Bryant Jr who is taking time during a sabbatical from UAB.”
The Other Wes Moore. Interesting book.
“When Hell Freezes Over”…3rd comment down…..FAH.
Its pretty clear that the discipline at those two schools is pretty lax. Coaches are simply too nice these days. Hell, even a famous ESPN commentator remarked on it:
Clearly some of the UGA Alabama/Auburn players take advantage of Coach Richts Saban’s and Coach Malzahn’s forgiving hearts. No fear of the consequences leads to ongoing shananagins.
11:02 PM – 17 Mar 2014 3:30 PM – 30 Apr 2015
Bad cut and paste job….;)
Clearly some of the Alabama/Auburn players take advantage of Coach Saban’s and Coach Malzahn’s forgiving hearts. No fear of the consequences leads to ongoing shananagins.
3:30 PM – 30 Apr 2015
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