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Bryan, it's now being mentioned tweets are indicating Foster to UAT. IF this is true, is this what Foster really has wanted or is it due, in some or large part, to happenings during his OV which may have caused him to change his mind from favoring AU? That is, have we been duped or is there a tangible reason for his apparently sudden preference for the turds?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Hornistau 17 months ago
"And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it. "
Foster probably doesn't know exactly what he wants right now. Yes, something negative happened on his visit. The details of which I can't say for sure. This is not some grand conspiracy or setup. It's recruiting. Things change all the time.
This post was edited by Bryan Matthews 17 months ago
I hope something is done about the negative occurence. Even if RF signs with AU, their is no place for that kind of behavior. Ridiculous.
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There is a reason, I posted about it, and it got deleted. I've REPOSTED about it... we'll see if that one lives.
Seriously, don't take me too serious.
I think you have to consider that the "change his mind" and "sudden preference" are both ideas that come from our clouded, message-board-based perspective and perception of what's been going on.
We're basically stuck with trying to interpret actions and guess which way he's leaning. We've been thinking Auburn in the past week or so, but maybe we were wrong. Maybe he's been leaning Alabama and there never was this big "change" of heart.
He mentioned feelings coming back after Saban visited him at school. He said he was going to Auburn for an official visit because he owed us that. Either of those comments could have easily revealed that he has been leaning Alabama for at least a couple weeks.
Like Bryan said, he's likely really torn and isn't sure what he really wants. I, for one, don't think his trip up to Tuscaloosa was reactionary to some comment or discussion with any Auburn player. I think he's had Alabama on the brain for quite a while.
And let's be honest. We all love Auburn. We all feel it's special. But they have been doing a lot of winning up there, and I'm sure their sales pitch is pretty darn tough to turn down right now. It's not like it's USC or Oregon. It's a couple hours north. The mom can get a "job" there just as easily as she can in Auburn.
He could have his mom and daughter in either location. So who has the advantage beyond the family situation? Well, look at the AP rankings and look at the recruiting rankings.
This post was edited by jadennis 17 months ago
And it was deleted before ANYONE could even read it again.
JA - there is a serious and specific rumor of exactly WHY Foster left mid-visit... something that is HIGHLY unusual in any circumstance.
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