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Ruled ineligible for 2012 by NCAA today
I agree PM. Thought it was just a matter of time before this ruling came down.
kick 'em in the ass, big blue.
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And what is sad is I have a cousin that goes to Arky State and she said Dyer had already gotten in trouble with the law out there. She did defend him and said the police where trying to make an example out of him. I sincerely do hope he turns his life around.
I hope Mike Dyer can get his life on the right track as well....I just don't see it happening....that is why I said "Maurice Clarett"...we can only hope...
I remember watching his final 2009 HS game on tv. Those announcers and many others including our coaches talked about Dyer as a choir boy from Sprindale Christian. It's crazy how false an image people can put on. I remember being so happy to be getting Dyer and his homeboy Mosley, as much for their great person image as their football talents.
This post was edited by RushAU2112 2 years ago
WE COMING . WAR EAGLE !
I would have liked him to have stuck around and finish his career in Auburn. What makes me sick are the few members who bash these kids who don't make it to the end of their careers.
These kids are gone and its ok to talk about what could have been, but there is no need to make despairing remarks.
Just let it go. He's gone.
One of the team managers from last year was in a couple of my classes this past fall and spring. Her take on the whole situation was that, and I quote, "No one missed him but the fans."
Performance stands out like a ton of diamonds. Nonperformance can always be explained away.
If you have to ask why I love Auburn so much...never mind
The root cause of his transfer was self inflicted and I'm sure the NCAA took that into account.
If he'd have stayed at Auburn and accepted his punishment, he would have gone pro after the season. I for one am satisfied that he left and we've all moved on.
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