“As much as I love the guy,” Leard said, “now he’s a politician.”

Tommy Tuberville’s former players range anywhere from bemused to disappointed over the candidate running to be Alabama’s next US Senator.

I’m not really sure why they don’t get it.  He’s still recruiting.  All that’s changed is he’s recruiting a different type of person.

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6 responses to ““As much as I love the guy,” Leard said, “now he’s a politician.”

  1. ASEF

    He’ll get 0% of the Bama vote and probably split the Auburn vote. Wasting his time and money.

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  2. Ben

    I’ll say it again: this senate race is a joke. Sessions is an also-ran who is completely debasing himself. Tuberville is who we thought he was. And Byrne is receiving votes and support, but he’s not really well liked in his local area because so many people know he’s disingenuous and untrustworthy.

    And judge Roy, he’s just judge Roy.

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  3. Mick Jagger

    Like Auburn football, Alabama politics is just sleazy enough to appeal to the Ole Riverboat Gambler.

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  4. Uglydawg

    Be careful, Georgians.
    We kind of live in a glass house.

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  5. I didn’t really care for Tuberville but if the Washington Post would do a hit piece on him I better take a second look.

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  6. Bright Idea

    Is this fake news I never believed Tubs would actually campaign.

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