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Plead guilty to obscenity.
Pretty stiff sentence but appropriate. Now if ol' Harvey will get 5 years then maybe the bammers will think before they act.
If this was an AU guy it would be on the ticker as we speak. This will get zero coverage due to the say something bad about uat and lose your credentials rule. Same goes for harvey. espn turned him into some kind of folk hero, and then tries to force feed pity for him.
Until someone who covers the school up north grows a set the majority of state media will continue to cower to "its" will
Today is a great day to love Auburn, a little better than yesterday but not as good as tomorrow.
Anyone know if this is a felony conviction? I think it must be given the sentence. Regardless, the guy's life is ruined - deservedly so. I hope other fan-atics take note and curb their behavior.
kick 'em in the ass, big blue.
I agree what he did was obscene and disgusting.... but two years in prison seems a bit much to me. I know some will disagree (especially because he's an idiot bama fan) ...but still.
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...
It's all fun and games until someone gets locked up.....
Can we please quit with this old schtick? "But, but, but ...If Auburn did that ..." ...What do you call this? There's articles all over the internet about it right now. Give it a rest already with the little brother syndrome.
With any luck, 5 years would be equivalent to life.
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