Gone for ’21

Oh, boy.  This sure took a dark turn.

Playing this year is probably the least of Anderson’s worries right now.  Hope the justice system gets this right, regardless of outcome.

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50 responses to “Gone for ’21

  1. godawgs1701

    If you’re thinking about commenting on this, maybe log out and reconsider for about fifteen minutes before you do.

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  2. jdawg108

    Hope the justice system gets it right as well.

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  3. iusedtopostasmikecooley

    Wow.

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  4. Derek

    That last sentiment is absolutely correct. In these types of cases justice can be more elusive than others, but its all anyone should want.

    (I would like to note here that Saban complained when he had to suspend Jonathan Taylor before his case(s) went to court. Which is one of the many reasons he’s a complete and total POS.)

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    • Russ

      I don’t hate Saban with the same passion you do, but you’re right to keep bringing this up. It’s hard to excuse him for that.

      I’m glad Kirby doesn’t play around with this. I hope justice prevails whatever the true answer is, but there should be a different standard for being a Bulldog. I support Kirby.

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  5. classiccitycanine

    Ugh

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  6. Ugh for so many reasons.

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  7. debbybalcer

    Prayers for truth and justice.

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    • gurkhadawg

      Lol. While I agree with your sentiment, the first thing any lawyer will tell you is truth and justice have nothing to do with it.

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  8. Granthams Replacement

    That will make your stomach turn.

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  9. David K

    As a parent of daughters fuck the idea of him finishing classes in Athens this semester. I’m not claiming he’s guilty but with a second accuser his ass should be off campus and back home stat.

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  10. If he is found innocent, which I hope, I expect an even-money Vegas line on him taking his next snaps at Auburn.

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  11. bigjohnson1992

    Where there’s smoke there’s fire. And he gets to prowl around campus til winter break? SMFH. Hide your sisters and daughters for the next few weeks.

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  12. Yeah well, if he is guilty of the rape in 2020 then lets all hope and pray that not a damn soul in Butts-Mehre had the slightest inkling about it.

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    • Gaskilldawg

      Remember the guy who was to be out best returning WR in 2019? Holliman? The way Smart handled his situation suggests that Anderson wouldn’t have been allowed to play in 2020 had the administration had grounds to believe he had raped someone. I agree, however, that had it known and played him anyway that would have been bad.

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    • armydawg

      Why did this female wait an entire year to report this? It’s piling on and looking to get paid.

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      • This is a bad look. Stop. Sexual assault is largely underreported. Why she choose to come forward when she did is her prerogative and is immaterial as to whether it occurred or not.

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        • Anon

          Immaterial to you. But very material to AA defense team I bet?

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          • Maybe, but I doubt it. Most people, and almost all women, understand why sexual assault goes unreported. If this were 1958, maybe. But a) it’s been less than a year, and b) even if it were longer than that, people get it.

            Still hard to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, and Anderson will have a good attorney paid to create a much reasonable doubt as the law allows.

            But shitting on the women who have come forward is a bad look. Especially since these are criminal charges, not civil. There is no payday out there for them.

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            • Anon

              Ahhhh….”the ole shitting on women” argument already thrown out. For saying let’s have due process. One of those “I have daughters” guys I’m sure.

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              • I have a son, not a daughter. And “looking for a payday” is shitting on women, not calling for due process.

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              • I have two daughters; one 22 and the other 17. They are both very different. My 22 year doesn’t take shit from anyone, ever, and would have most likely reported a rape. My 17 year, on the other hand, well…we found through clues of her behavior that her boyfriend was abusing her mentally and in one instance, physically. She never told us, blamed herself for much of it, and staunchly defended the little asshole. Needless to say, he was handled and is out of our lives. My point to you is that it isn’t so cut and dry when it comes to women and abuse. Not all come forward. Some find the courage to do it eventually. Some never do. It is complex. But you should know that already.

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                • gurkhadawg

                  Absolutely right. People say , why didn’t she report it earlier. Well, she’s been raped for God’s sake. That has to be the most humiliating, demeaning thing that could happen to a women. People saying: “she asked for it”, ”she shouldn’t have put herself in that position “, etc. She could also be afraid of retribution. Someone who would rape a woman would be capable of a lot of things.

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        • 79dawg

          It may be immaterial to the veracity of the allegation, but it is certainly material to the ability to prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, in a court of law, that a crime occurred….
          In that regard, the odds that any of us – you, me or anyone other than Adam and the girl(s) – will ever know the truth, is slim to none… Most of these cases are, unfortunately, simply swearing contests – which is a reason (for both parties) not to put themselves in a situation like this…

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      • mddawg

        In the same way that Adam Anderson should be presumed innocent until proven guilty, shouldn’t an accuser be presumed credible until proven otherwise? If there’s evidence to support her claim, or a lack of evidence, or evidence that proves her false, the authorities should follow it wherever it leads.

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      • bigjohnson1992

        Oconee county law enforcement has been ‘investigating’ it for a year. She didn’t just come forward. It’s in the article……

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  13. gurkhadawg

    The quickest and most foolproof way to destroy a football program would be to start looking for ways to not suspend Anderson. That can lead to looking the other way and to covering up crimes. We don’t need that crap. Sorry Adam, see ya.

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  14. pdawg30577

    Boy, the comment section on this post was a shitshow.

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  15. Bad situation! Hopefully the truth comes. No further comments from me until then.

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