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From Trevor H.
This post was edited by Keith Niebuhr 12 months ago
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FYI ... The BOL guys took this one off our plate so we could nail down Andrew Marshall. We felt like that was very important. Hope you understand.
I bet he gets that commitment out of the way before the season. Bama won't have room otherwise
"A CHAMPION NEVER TAKES SHORTCUTS HE ALWAYS PAYS THE COST TO BE THE BOSS"
I don't mind ! Moving on !
I'd rather read about Marshall.
"Alabama fans love Alabama football, Auburn fans love Auburn" -- Patrick Fain Dye
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...
Today is a great day to love Auburn, a little better than yesterday but not as good as tomorrow.
Who cares, he's gone to the dark side. Next you'll be posting a story on the Warmack kid
Well, let`s face it UA has put quite a few lineman in the NFL the last few years it`s a selling point that we don`t have at this time.
I think some recruits are going to take the wait & see approach before they commit to us.Winning games will go a long way towards who wants to come play for us.
Never felt that good about his committment anyway. More power to him.
I'm sure our staff was not taken back or surpised by it. They have contingency plans.
Wish him the best and move on. We'll be just fine. Things happen for a reason.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by TNAubie 12 months ago
Auburn people feel a deep and passionate responsibility to uphold standards not written on paper, but lived from the heart.
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