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Heading under Tom L. Picture.
"Issues surrounding Auburn's 2013 Recruiting Class"
How are we to interpret that sub-heading?
TL also makes some off the cuff comment that he thinks RF is better suited in Bama's system and wonders why he would switch. What the Hell?
Does anyone else ever wonder why when bama does something it is great and it should be that way and there is no wrong ever, but when anything positive goes on at Auburn there is always something wrong or they find a negative or another positive to compare with bama .. I just dont get it
all athletes should go to bama and every bama player gets drafted don't they?
Here is my quick interpetation of that heading-
Tom L- "Holy crap Foster flipped....Well Auburn must have paid him"
Toms Inner voice- 'Well lets whip up some crap story and put it out there. We do this stuff all the time. How do I make this bad for Auburn???"
They are all so consumed with finding anything they can to make bama look good and all other teams look shady.
No idea why!
If you cant be honest....whats the point of being anything?
My first question would be, how does Tom even know what type of system we will be running?
This post was edited by McBigun 21 months ago
I had the sound down and saw the caption and thought something had happened. ESPN spins very hard for their favored teams, including Bama.
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