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Can't blame them honestly...they have truly believed they were an elite team for all of these years...and they believe they should win a BCS title every year, and they DID get off with no NCAA penalty....they have lived in delusion and actually seem to enjoy it.
Now the rest of us can finally enjoy what we have been waiting on...their awakening! Burn it to the ground!!!!
"You feeling satisfied now Teddy?"
1984 300ZX Anniversary Model, 1970 Olds 442 W-30 & Pepper Bird
A barn burning!!!
He just posted this
No one at Auburn has been asked to comment on any story by ESPN or anyone else. That doesn't mean there won't be. Normally, they are asked for comment shortly before the story is posted.
As for running back Jovon Robinson, as of today, he remains welcome to return to Auburn when he is eligible and there is no sign that Auburn or anyone at Auburn has been implicated in wrongdoing. That doesn't mean it's over with. The NCAA continues to ask questions.
Will the ESPN story, which word is will come out Tuesday or Wednesday, offer some kind of documented proof that Auburn did something wrong? I can't say it won't, but I see no sign of it at this point.
Please don't interpret this as my saying there is no chance of trouble or that I know what any story might say. I am not in position to say that. But this is what I've been told.
" If it feels good, you ain't doing it right!"
That's alarmingly fair on his part. Wow! He didn't say anything which says a ton.
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