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the biggest bagmen around? Update from PK..."He’s been committed to Auburn but his coach believes the decision will come from Clemson, North Carolina and Tennessee." At the very least, diploma mills for football players.
That has to be it.
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
No offense but he is a great kid. Very high character kid with a great family. He is not like some other players who might fall into what you are saying. He's not going to Auburn because Garner was completely dissed him and his coach when he was at Ga. EJ is trying to rebuild that relationship but the damage seems too severe. He is trying to find the best place for himself and like it or not those places are doing a great job recruiting him.
This post was edited by Gamecock Jay 18 months ago
OP, you're not allowed to have that opinion without sufficient evidence for Al or at the very minimum, prefacing your statement with "We cheat too, but...."
The OP is certainly entitled to express his or her opinion. He or she shouldn't expect that his or her opinion should be immune from challenge.
As for whether we're cheating, I'd be surprised if we are. If we are cheating we're not very good at it.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by MrBigAl 18 months ago
I thought the whole point of policing these threads was because nobody's allowed to suggest impropriety at other schools without proof and/or acknowledging we must be guilty too.
It ain't cheating until you get caught and proven so in the NCAA court of law.
You thought wrong. I strongly support the right of members to attribute to cheating the recruiting successes of other schools. I don't have to agree with them, though.
Glad to hear it GamecockJay. Hope he ends up happy wherever he goes. It always seems a little suspect to me when a top recruit is down to all schools with suspicious recruiting habits. Not always what it seems though and I'll admit I was too quick to judge.
I completely agree with you on his final choices. About as suspect as you can get. He's a teenager so I'm sure he will love the women they all throw at him. Just wont go for any $$ nonsense if that were to occur.
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