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Did you expect anything else? I stopped listening to that crummy show a long time ago.
Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. -Mark Twain
How much more evidence is it going to take before people accept the fact that the AU spin machine has bought all major newspapers and all major sports shows(except Finebaum)?
You people that scream your just a conspiracy tin-foil hat guy!!..........The proof is plain as day. There is a lot of evidence to support this. Just go listen to JOX and read AL.com for 1 day.
"Character" is doing the right thing when nobody is looking.
The callers this morning keep asking the same questions until the hosts say what they want to hear (not that that takes much prodding from Al to get him to agree), but good Lord, now we have a caller saying that the Means case didn't get this much attention. I spit my orange juice! He must be 10 years old because he sure doesn't remember the magnifying glass we were put under! He also mentioned "WHEN ALABAMA WAS GUILTY". Sounds like the NCAA may have more proof of The Barn than they ever did in the Means case. I don't deny our wrongdoing, but did they ever produce proof there either? No, and as a matter of fact, the more years that passed, the more it appeared we were punished WAY TOO HARSH due to the lack of evidence and apologies to certain defendants by the NCAA. Am I right or wrong here?
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