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Setting a high bar saves a ton of grief later.
This move is all the proof we needed that Jay Jacobs will stay Jay Jacobs. The good ole boy network is what we need to stand united against for the sake of Auburn. That will help Auburn shift away from its recent drop in all of the major sports. To me, this is Tim Jackson 2.0 from what I can tell. Maybe I'm just an idiot who can't decipher anything about football and politics because at Auburn they seem to be the same thing.
Remember: If The Jury Box Is Stacked With Foxes...The Chicken Is Always Guilty
Completely agree with you. I've never seen so many Auburn fans want to harpoon every person associated with the athletic department these days. Rich McGlynn is a hard-ass extraordinare when it comes to NCAA compliance, and he was the only one that knew what he was doing when all hell broke loose during the Cam saga in 2010. He was brilliant. He knew Auburn had done nothing wrong during the entire fiasco, held firm, and was the backbone behind our stance that Cam was always eligible at Auburn, until the preliminary NCAA findings were concluded. At that point, he and Auburn properly declared Cam ineligible. And then the appeal to reinstate him was sheer masterpiece. It was smart, it was shrewd, was consistent with NCAA rules, and it was executed with integrity. I will give Rich McGlynn the benefit of the doubt in whatever he does in our athletic department moving forward.
"you're so vain, I'll bet you think this post is about you, don't you? Don't you?"
E - wouldn't PM, Bryan or Ron have reported this if it was the case? just askin'
“they ain't got nothing but people...Alabama mystique...Georgia mystique...they’ve done it with people. Hell, we’ve got people, too.”Pat Dye
"I've seen some coaches lose with good players. I haven't seen anybody win without them." Rhett Lashlee
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