eh, nothing is going to happen to auburn. If the NCAA would not take any action over $cam, why would they hit them over something far less serious? Although, I do hope I am wrong.
I really think we should not worry what is going to happen to Auburn. Our focus should be Alabama. We are back in thick of the National Championship hunt and all we can do is talk about Auburn and the NCAA. I for one wish the mods would remove this thread and lets talk some real football.
ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!!!!!
This is Phillip Marshall speaking to you from the loveliest village on the plains.
Do not fret. The NCAA is not investigating Auburn. They are investigating the cheatin' bammers.
They were here in Auburn, but only to come and bask in the glorious presence of our blessed and god-fearing coach and staff. The NCAA investigators and the staff prayed for six hours for the cheatin' bammers to stop their horrible cheatin' ways. Then the NCAA investigators presented our coach and staff with gifts and medals for being so honest and benevolent. Then they prayed again, VanGorder lathered up his glorious mustache and washed their feet, Trooper dried their feet with his towel, and they left with tears in their eyes as they drove to Tuscaloosa to nail the cheatin' bammers.
This is the honest truth. I would never lie to you.
"If it feels good, then you're not doing it right" - Coach Scott Cochran
"Sharing a conference with Nick Saban is like sharing a steak with a lion. Only one of you wins that battle. And it's not you." - Gregg Doyel
If the Beverly Hillbillies created a university, it would be Auburn. They're such a bunch of rubes over there.
I don't see why people think we shouldn't spend time thinking about a team that we go to head to head with every season both on the field and recruiting. Limits on their recruiting help us. Limits on their scholarships make it more likely we can beat them in the future. I'm not nearly as interested in it as I am, say, EL's hand injury and whether Fulton or Smith will be our third DB on Saturday, but I am interested. Hope they toast them. Don't expect it.
They walk among us, like the pod people in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers."
Your relatives are brave people, enduring the constant fear of that midnight knock on the door.
Perhaps a change of power is needed with a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.