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Visiting Malzahn twice after Reuben heads to Tuscaloosa. Seems odd to me. I've never heard of a parent visiting a coach with the kid nowhere to be found
Is there any proof that this took place ?
Needs a bigger house and a better job iyam
You'll never achieve great things until you believe that's what's supposed to happen
dropping off the keys
I don't have a clue. But is it possible she went to discuss what the heck happened on his visit there? Especially if the rumors are true. I mean she lives in Auburn. It may be something completely different. I am just saying this is a possibility.
why does Butch Mcrae's mom comes to mind when I think about the possibility? lol. Any Blue Chips fans?
I feel exactly the same way about her. She acts like someone who's on the take. I wish somebody would remind her that the NFL is a short 3-years away. Her son stands to secure a more attractive contract if he gets 3-years of Saban prep. Fact.
I'am a fan...To quote Butch Mcrae "If I leave does my get to keep her house and job"....RTR
As a parent, I could see the scenario like this... She went to Gus to discuss what Rueben told her. Gus told her he would personally check on it and get back with her later. He calls her to set up a meeting with her to talk about his findings. She goes to meet with him. Nothing unusual about that.
I dunno if what mama wants will matter. He wanted to change high schools cuz coach left or was fired. Done. I mean I am not so sure who calls the shots in that house
I hope RF makes a decision based on what he wants and not momma.
The more I think about it, the more I believe it's about "arrangements".
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