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If you cant be honest....whats the point of being anything?
I remember my freshman year at Auburn when Ronnie Brown, Jason Campbell, and Cadillac Williams rode around town and through campus in a stretched hummer all day. They had money, they had cars, they had it all. This was before the draft. There is nothing illegal about people having money before they get drafted. Like another poster stated, their agents give them money. Even if a booster at Alabama gave them stuff, I doubt that is illegal either because they are no longer eligible to play football in the NCAA because they already declared for the draft and hired an agent. People really should stop the witch hunt on everything Bama. Worry about Auburn. WDE
This post was edited by AU Esquire 15 months ago
"Nulla tenaci invia est via" - "For the tenacious, no road is impassable"
I didn't really read any of the responses... I'm just glad Milliner went to the Jets. The most boring team on the face of the earth with one of the worst QB's in the league. That way I won't have to ever watch or pull for him or that team.
Sanchez's butt fumble is still one of the worst plays in football history.
I was going to put a witty joke here, but I forgot bama fans still use picture books. So I thought I'd expedite the process for you...
not so fast on the loan business. That is one of the findings the NCAA has on Au inthe Eric Ramsey case. He got a loan from Colonial Bank based on his draft potential and AU got hammered.
Today, after you declare for the draft, you are rendered ineligible for NCAA competition. As of that moment, you are no longer an amateur and can accept an agent and in turn - money. Ramsey was still on the team.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by ColaChiver 15 months ago
Eric was still playing for Auburn at the time.
On another note...I'm pretty sure Nick is stoned to bejeezes in this picture from his Draft Day.
ON TO VICTORY - STRIKE UP THE BAND
Grammar: The difference between knowing your sh*t and knowing you're sh*t.
He's wearing at least 4000 in jewelry.
I'm just wondering if the OP is trolling. My money is on "yes."
Yes, I believe in Auburn.
Your response is a little heavy handed but your point is correct. He is no longer an NCAA football player. He can wear a mink coat and have diamonds implanted in his front teeth. It's his business where he got the money.
This post was edited by cman 15 months ago
I don't do anything half-assed sir.
AuburnLisa, I named Ayatolla Cola that name after Ayatolla Khomeini. Cola thinks he is Awesome by being called that, but he doesn't realize it's the name of a brutal dictator that killed 30,000 people in Iran simply because they didn't see eye to eye with his political views. He also threatened to kill and did kill no telling how many for simply having democratic views. In other words, he was right about everything that ever slipped from his mouth. With Ayatolla Colas vast experience, it was a natural name to be bestowed on him.
Good God man, chill out.
I know exactly what it's basis is. You just don't understand intelligent sarcasm. Again, King Cola thanks thee.
So the attacks on Auburn are just coincidence. I mean seeing as how they are "legit" attacks it's understandable. No way is there another "entity" trying to ensure their dominance over college football in the state of alabammar. That would NEVER happen. Never mind that these attacks over the past decades have come at a time when Auburn was at its BEST. That's just crazy talk. Stop this, you silly Auburn fans. Repeat after me....the REC is not real...the REC is not real....the REC is not real. Now go watch reruns of Duck Dynasty and listen to Si's wisdom.
Why So Serious?
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