“He’s a first-round talent, so that’s on him.”

If Carlton Davis had only known Auburn was playing in a national title game, he would have suited up for the Peach Bowl.

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10 responses to ““He’s a first-round talent, so that’s on him.”

  1. waterloodawg

    Is there supposed to be a link up in here Boss?

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  2. Russ

    So you’re saying he wasn’t “all in”?

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  3. ScoutDawg

    Really can’t hate Trigga enough.

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  4. Macallanlover

    This whole sitting out thingy from healthy players is bad. Why wait until the bowls, you can be injured at any point of the season in both games and practice. So any high potential draft choice should sit out when they are eliminated from one of the four final spots? They won’t make any more money playing out a 6-6 season. Where is the line drawn if based on actual risk?

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    • Tony Barnfart

      that’s right… and this is the million $ dilemma and while we can’t blame anybody bettering themselves, i sure do appreciate the 2 unicorns we had this year. A tandem of A-grade Senior running backs is rare enough. Both of them having arguably the best games of their career simultaneously in our first Rose Bowl in 76 years. Stuff of legends !

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  5. Hunkering Hank

    I bet Trigga has a lot of conversations where he says: “Hey man … [insert something really thoughtless and stupid]!” Then he gets a few things “explained” to him and then he goes away.

    I am so glad he’s Auburn’s problem and not ours.

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  6. Doug

    “First off, I got onto him. ‘Hey, man, I need you. You’ve been my dog the past three years and you’re going to leave me hanging like that?'”

    Hearing this sentence coming out of the mouth of Tray fucking Matthews makes me want to put my fist through a wall. Wonder whether his Georgia ex-teammates felt “left hanging” after he criminal’d his way off the team and wound up at an annual arch-rival?

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