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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by mac4lyfe, Dec 8, 2013.
Do their scouts have the inside track to bail bondsmen???
So are you saying we need to start looking for thieves from other schools. I am all for that if it means winning.
I'm all for looking at Florida State Prison, as long as they can stay eligible...
Classy QB's will be hard to find in Pasadena.
For the uninformed, what did the current Auburn QB steal?
Besides Bama's heart and soul, I dunno.
Stole stuff from one of his teammates dorm room in 2012.
He was going to play basketball for UGA too.
"STFU" wristband was the first thing I noticed in that picture.
The Barn being the Barn...
Wonder how much they paid this guy? have to think the price went up since Cam.
The STFU stands for "Slip the funds under."
I hadn't heard this before. Anybody have a link?
Marshall and two fellow freshman teammates were caught stealing from another teammate
Read more here: http://www.macon.com/2013/11/11/2768771/nick-marshalls-long-and-winding.html#storylink=cpy
Thanks. Lol at the "felony bowl" comment after the story.
So UGA kicked off 2 starting QBs at SEC schools this season?
I don't like UGA but that says something for Richt.
Auburn is a renegade program. They have always been. Them and Bama will be engaged in a civil war the next few years that will drag all of college football down. I know we are all happy we have someone to pull for in the title game, but long term, I'm very apprehensive to see Auburn being relevant again.
FSU's defensive game plan will be to sack or tackle Marshall for no gain as often as possible. Or, to borrow an old movie title, "To Catch a Thief."
An Alabama congressman told me about a decade ago that the war between Bama/Auburn is so much that whenever you see one team get ahead and win that the other will do any and everything to win immediately after. Both schools will bend every rule to make sure they compete with the other. He said, if you see Bama win a title, you better believe Auburn will be right behind them. Seeing both teams in the MNC the last few years really reminds me of that conversation.