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"Townes used to say that there's only two kinds of music: the blues and zippity-doo-dah, and this ain't zippity-doo-dah." -Steve Earle
Good stuff. I hope it comes to fruition. It will be good to have this done and over with before the IB so the bammers won't have anything to cling to as far as hoping they don't have to face the Caminator. We hope...
It's a new day in Auburn football!
When do you think we would hear from the NCAA on what Rogers, Bond, and Wright said? In othe words, when do you think AU would hear from the NCAA on what they found out?
I have one remaining concern (along with the unknown I suppose). But of everything that has been claimed to date, the last thing that lingers and haunts me is the claim that Cam made a call saying "the money is too much".
That's kind of just faded, but it's still out there with potential.
Cam's alleged call is also bothering me. Someone posted that's the reason the NCAA interviewed Jody Wright as he was on the receiving end of Cam's call.
This post was edited by NYCAubie 4 years ago
Anybody know anything about the Wright thing?
Rogers is going to sing like a canary at some point. Can you say plea bargain? That's what the FBI is after. We know MSU's bag men and we may know many more soon. I think Cam eventually gets ruled eligible but I agree that it's impossible to say for sure what they will do.
If Cam found out after the fact, say after dad decided not to take the money and to send Cam to a clean school, i.e., Auburn, and the "too much money" referred to that very fact, that Cecil had actually developed a conscience, would that be held against Cam? In other words, he would have known about it, but after it was all said and done. All we know is that one sentence which could mean anything taken out of context. I would think if he told someone from Miss State that Auburn was paying more money, then they would have not hesitated in turning in Auburn. I also hope the NCAA takes into consideration that every other thing these three men have said to date has been lies or contradictions and will not automatically take their word over Cam's because they have certainly had plenty of time to get their stories synced up. I for one would not believe them if they swore on their mothers' graves.
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