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Everybody on here talking about they glad trooper is gone, and my question for you is why? When recruiting season rolls around and you all want all those 4 stars and 5 star players you will be looking sad. Troop brought in some of the best athletes in the country to auburn. Trooper Taylor was not the problem at Auburn. Trooper didn't coach the offensive line that couldn't block for nobody to get a pass off to his wide receivers. I don't care if we had Cam this year we would have still been terrible. Trooper didn't call those horrible plays we ran. Trooper didn't have nothing to do with that horrible defense we had. If you all are against trooper for making some mistakes in recruiting you are a fool because he was doing everything every other university does to get recruits to Auburn. So, please stop with all the Trooper Taylor bashing because he was not the problem and if he leaves you will see the difference come February every year.
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The story of how this program went so badly so quickly will be written over the next year or so. It will be interesting to see if Trooper gets with another program and how quickly that happens. If he is so great he will get a job right away. If not, maybe he is not that great.
so i guess no one else that will work for auburn is capable of recruiting?
When one person becomes bigger than the program, problems will always exist. Trooper was becoming bigger than Auburn and more important than anyone else in some peoples eyes.
With my past and future precisely divided am I at that moment....I haven't decided.
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