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I love how people always seem to forget the natural in's that Ole Miss had in the 2013 class. Tony Conner came from Batesville (practically Oxford's back yard), Laquon Treadwell's best friend was on the Ole Miss roster already and so was Robert's brother. Tunsil was the only one without a direct tie to the university. So essentially you have 3 recruits with strong ties to the school and one random five star and it's obvious cheating. I'll remind everyone that there is absolutely ZERO allegations of any incentives given to those 4 players in return for them signing with OM (Tunsil is the only one accused of a violation and that was well into his OM career).
Well for one it involves family (who love their team and are major supporters of that program) and I believe that every school does it and that it's just part of the process. I have an issue with the snitching aspect of it all WAYYYY more than the actual cheating.
So you're saying I should report LSU? I personally know and have witnessed multiple level 1 violations revolving around boosters I am related to.
The biggest thing in all of this to me is the precedent being set. I suspect we'll start seeing a lot more rival schools turning in one another over recruiting violations after this. The SEC commissioner should have stepped in an put a stop to this "immunity" deal. How many recruits do Auburn and Bama go head to head for each year? Get ready for the whole "Auburn did this" and "Bama gave me that" fiasco.
Hindsight is useless. Every sportswriter in the country said he had to come back to repair his image and have a shot at getting drafted. Now it's a different story.
But was he ever arrested for these incidents? Cam Robinson was caught with weed and a stolen gun and got an invite.
Add Evan Engram to that 2013 class to put the cherry on top.
Forget the Tahoe, we need to find out if any other Ole Miss players crashed on a coach's couch for a night or two. Level 1's baby!
Gotta give it up for the Always Sunny name.
That's fact, not opinion. He returns more total offensive yards per game than everyone but Jackson. Look it up. As for making the list, I was pretty clear that it was a small (3 game) sample size and just my biased opinion.
I know it's a small sample size, and I'm probably a bit biased, but Shea Patterson has to be one of the top 25 players. The D1 quarterback returning more offense per game than him is Lamar Jackson.
Some team is gonna get a Tunsil type steal with this one. The only thing that might be different is that Tunsil's incident was as a freshman and wasn't a persistent problem.
I'd put my money on Starkville or LSU.
Maybe he just means that the guy is really handsome.
I said before this season that Bama would go 9-3 or 10-2 based on who they lost and the uncertainty at QB and RB. Well, they just reloaded and made it to the championship game. So how anyone could pick against them until they start losing games is beyond me.
I don't know that I would have ranked us in the top 25, but I can see how someone might. Offensive will still be very dangerous (return Patterson, the entire O-line, a good group of WR's and Wilkins/Swinney/Brazley at RB) and a lot of returning players on defense. Maybe they're speculating that even though our young defense got whipped all year this season, next year they will be more experienced and know their assignments better. We started 11 freshmen this year, the most in the nation. Hopefully it pays off over the next few years.
So the majority (or at least the majority of the people that have left comments here) that disagrees with your opinion are wrong? Like the old saying goes, "If you have a problem with one or two people, maybe it's them. If you have a problem with everyone, maybe it's you." Well, if everyone seems to disagree with you, maybe you are the one who's looking at this the wrong way.
Pretty sure our QB can do it all, but in fairness he's only played 3 games. That is literally the one position that seems to be keeping Auburn from making an SEC championship run. Not sure anyone who isn't a troll would disagree.
They kept it closer than I thought they would at halftime, but they just couldn't keep pace offensively. Gus has to find a legit QB that can operate that offense and not just a one trick pony that can run but not throw, or can throw but not run.
There's a reason he didn't go to jail: She hit him first. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that's an excuse for what he did. You also have to ask yourself if he really meant for her face to hit that table and break the way it did. Intent is very important in legal proceedings and the intent to do bodily harm (or lack thereof in this case) is why he's not in jail. Also, are you seriously saying this is worse than Jeffery Simmons? Sure, Mixon's ended up with more severe injuries, but Simmons threw a dozen punches to a woman's head while she was already on her back being attacked by two other women. HUGE difference there between what one could almost claim was self defense (Mixon) and one could try to claim as defending his family (Simmons).