Auburn accused of wrongdoing? Stop being so ignorant
Reuben Foster has been summoned for questioning by the AHSAA. They want to know…zzzzzzzzzzz.
The NCAA has spent the last year and a half picking Auburn apart like a Bloomin’ Onion, they investigated the Cam/Cecil fiasco, and after extensive search they found nothing. You hear me? Nothing. They didn’t turn a blind eye, they didn’t get paid off, Auburn isn’t “untouchable” and we don’t have the CIA involved in hiding our transactions.
They also spent their time digging into the empty accusations of the famous HBO4, the group of players who went on television and spoke all kinds of baseless stories. After several former players refuted their stories – such as Quentin Groves and Travis Williams – the NCAA still felt the need to take a look and see what they could find. Nothing.
I guess what I’m really trying to say here – to those that do believe Auburn runs a dirty program – is quit being so ignorant.
Yes, we have players involved in a few crimes here and there, but which school doesn’t? Every program takes chances on kids every year, and sometimes it just doesn’t work out. They’re 18-22 year olds, not every one of them is perfect, and their mistakes aren’t always a reflection on the school.
But after the NCAA spent their time and resources searching for something to slam Auburn with, they came away with absolutely nothing.
Sometimes when stuff like this occurs, you have to look at things logically and make an educated judgment. Most of what I read and hear are these outrageous claims that Auburn gets away with things, regardless of how crazy they sound.
There are probably plenty of dirty programs in College Football, some may hide it, or better yet, sweep it under the rug better than others. But that’s a different story.
Quit being so ignorant. It’s time to face the facts.