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I saw Bama's players but I don't know if anyone else has posted Auburn's players that made the Honor roll but here they are.
Over half aren't even the scholarship guys
Joel Bonomolo (Interdisciplinary Studies)
Steven Clark (Exercise Science)
Jared Cooper (Social Science Education)
Tunde Fariyike (Undeclared Sciences and Math, Pre-Med)
Anthony Morgan (Interdisciplinary Studies)
John Sullen (History)
Barrett Trotter (Public Administration)
Chandler Brooks (Wildlife)
Adam Dyas (Undeclared Sciences and Math, Pre-Med)
Trent Fisher (Communication), Josh Harris (Political Science)
Wo-Otinnah Iyegha (Electrical Engineering)
Dustin Norris (Building Science)
Ryan Preston (Industrial and Systems Engineering)
Ashton Richardson (Animal Sciences Pre-Vet)
Taylor Williams (Political Science)
This whole thing makes me chuckle. When they have to write articles involving a player they weren't even in on, it means that there is zero going on in their favor with less than one week until NSD. They may have gotten away with the scam Newton stuff, but it would appear that they are under the microscope. Now forced to somewhat recruit lawfully, they are getting back to their rightful place in the pecking order. All is right with the world.
This looks like a great place to leave this quote from aubrun alum and comic strip writer Jimmy Johnson. "I hate The University of Alabama because the envy of its football legacy has driven Auburn people insane, to the point Auburn has become a huge athletic department with a vestigial university attached, all in an effort to duplicate what probably will never be duplicated -- the success of that coach whose name we do not speak."
Every time Im in Tuscaloosa, Im reminded of what a gorgeous campus Alabama has. It truly looks like a postcard Chris Low
Ronald Reagan: Man is not free unless government is limited.
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