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and why he decommitted. It is on Al.com
"He had initially committed to Auburn, but de-committed on Jan. 14. He said Wednesday morning his decision not to attend Auburn was based on the dismissal of the previous Auburn coaching staff, noting in particular his "good relationship" with former assistant Trooper Taylor."
Makes me think Ron Sanders post was dead on balls accurate. (industry term)
If I see Trooper, I'm going to take the hat off of his head. And cut his son's hair.
Why So Serious?
Trooper being dismissed and hopefully leaving the city of Auburn is best for all, particularly Auburn.
One does not necessarily equate to the other. It's natural for players who develop close relationships with coaches to have heart changes when those coaches are dismissed. It doesn't necessarily mean the former coach is badmouthing his former employer. It might just mean he isn't bending over backwards trying to convince the kid to go to that school which, in turn, opens the door for others.
Defeat doesn't finish a man - quit does. A man is not finished when he's defeated. He's finished when he quits. - Richard Nixon
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