He was fired from the Giants back in January.He's got a low risk gig with the New York Giants right now. That's about the best he can hope for, at least for the next several years. Sure, he could come back and enter the Saban rehab program, but I don't think he wants to. I think he's probably too embarrassed.
Interesting.He was fired from the Giants back in January.
We don't know that there's a position for him at Bama. Even as an analyst.He may want to consider just swallowing his pride and coming back to enter the Saban rehab clinic. It's probably his only hope at this point.
I don’t know if Pruitt tried to poach Alabama recruits when he went to Tallahassee or not.Didnt pruitt leave for fsu and then started trying to poach Bama recruits?
Yes, and he signed NCAA compliance certifications WHILE THEY WERE ON PROBATION saying they were in compliance when he knew well they weren't. He later admitted this in a newspaper interview - and then when ABC made a big deal about "this blockbuster story out of Auburn" and did a halftime interview with him, he reverted to, "I've been advised by my attorney yadda yadda."Did not Terry Bowdan fall into Auburn coaches paying players when he took the head coaching job in 1993? Probably Pruitt ran into the same at UTe and tried to slip pass it like Bowdan. However, Pruitt should have never taken a job under Fulmer he should have known better.
Briles had a four-day gig with Grambling. This AFTER he got caught using ineligible players in HIGH SCHOOL games. I mean, Briles was largely the public scapegoat at Baylor, but you have to make the most of your second chances when you get them. (Granted - in Texas? Briles probably ticked off a coach who was cheating by beating him, who then got mad and retaliated by accusing Briles of that which said coach was also doing. That's so par for the course here it ought to be the state motto, a Jesse Ventura-esque: "Win if you can, lose if you must, but always cheat").Well, Art Briles sued and, as yet, is unemployed. I know he's infinitely more toxic than Pruitt.
Ray Lewis has gotten all sorts of accolades and all sorts of jobs commenting on NFL games despite at the very least knowing who murdered two people. On top of which, he was probably at the scene of the murders when they happened, and might or might not have actively participated in them — guessing somebody burned that blood-stained outfit.The latter is the same reason a certain former NFL QB who pretends he wants to play so as to keep the money flowing from Nike has zero chance of ever catching on with anyone. Bobby Petrino made a comeback. Hugh Freeze is working on it and liable to replace Harsin when that job opens. Mike Vick played in the NFL after serving a federal prison sentence for something so repugnant as to defy explanation.
And because he has a championship ring, Ed Orgeron is liable to be back on the sidelines someday, too.
To my dying day I will never understand how he was never held to account for this by the law or by the media (who fawn all over him)...Ray Lewis has gotten all sorts of accolades and all sorts of jobs commenting on NFL games despite at the very least knowing who murdered two people. On top of which, he was probably at the scene of the murders when they happened, and might or might not have actively participated in them — guessing somebody burned that blood-stained outfit.
Instead they talked about all the adversity he overcame. There are people that actually forgot about it. I didn't. I sometimes like to remind people. I even remember the SNL cartoon that showed Ray Lewis witnessing Scar kill Mufasa and running away.To my dying day I will never understand how he was never held to account for this by the law or by the media (who fawn all over him)...