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This is why I am a Believer that if you take another job you need to go to that job asap...RTR
It's not really going to matter. After Jumbo blows another easy schedule that should get him in the championship game he'll be let go, as will all the assistant coaches. As for Walker, if it was about his mother getting to games he should have committed to Florida, it's closer than Free Shoes U. RTR.
The owner of Warchant admitted thatFlorida was a smokescreen to hide FSU until the BCS was over. His high school coach blew his cover on the UF visit. Bottom line this was done shady. And everyone involved with FSU knows it.
This post was edited by krd4bama 18 months ago
Saban: Jimbo, don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.
Like I said when Pruitt took the FSU job, that he needed to go work for FSU. People brought up Coach MAC the previous year. As I stated before, Coach Mac's situation was very different than Pruitt 's. FSU is a major recruiting rival of BAMA's and CSU was and is definately not. You have Pruitt working for BAMA & FSU at the same time. A huge conflict of interest! Although he may not have been recruiting for BAMA while coaching players for the championship game, he may have been privy to how we were handling Demarcus Walker's & others' recruiting through conversations, etc...
The biggest villain in this whole soap opera is Jimbo. He should have refused to give this kid a scholly, if for no other reason, to protect his image. Jimbo runs around looking like "The Beav" , but is really looking like a man of no character. I hope this is a blip on the radar screen with him. But as the saying goes, "You reap what you sow" .
This post was edited by blount4bama 18 months ago
The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.
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