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what is..........the SEC may have slightly better football teams, right now, however
their fans are also suffering from a less than satisfactory educational system, it seems.....
Auburn fan petitions Obama to fire Gene Chizik
Just two years after winning the BCS National Championship, the Auburn Tigers have fallen from grace. The team has yet to win a conference game this season and their disappointing season has left fans disgusted and ready for a new regime to run the show. One fan took his disgust and frustration with the program to another level by using the website "We The People" to petition President Barack Obama to make a change at the top of the Tigers program. The fan called for the firing of Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs and head coach Gene Chizik. FanSided.com has a copy of the petition that was sent to President Obama.
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/daily-jolt/11/16/friday-jolt-november16/index.html#ixzz2CPe9wTQD
'Texan by birth, Hawkeye by the Grace of God'
As most of you know, I'm possibly the furthest thing from an SEC apologist. That being said, there are crazy people in every fan base. Not sure it's fair to judge all Auburn fans, let alone all SEC fans, based on this one person.
So Todd, you're saying I might be painting with a bit to 'broad of a brush' here?
The outcry against Chizik does demonstrate how some fan bases can be pretty fickle.
My gosh, they just won a National Championship. Even Cheese-d*** deserves some benefit of doubt.
And no I'm not a Cubs fan, who just says 'wait til next year'
Did they win it or was it bought?
Alleged tape of Cecil Newton shopping his son, Cam Newton. In the recording, a voice identifying himself as "Cee" claims to have an offer of $200,000 from "Auburn." You be the judge. Follow the ongoing investigation into this recruiting scandal at http://www.ibleedcrimsonred.com
Kenny Rogers, the former Mississippi State player who ESPN.com reported allegedly sought money to sign Cam Newton to a national letter of intent with Mississippi State, said Thursday that Newton's father, Cecil, put a price tag on his son.
Maybe just a little.
Are you somehow trying to insinuate that sometimes there are some
'inconsistencies' with regard to integrity of the NC2A rule book, inside the
Color me Shocked and Dismayed.
Crazy? Judging? This guy might just be a genius! If this works there is going to be a whole lot of Iowa fans dialing up ole Mr. President
Just another example of people turning to the gov't for all their solutions....so lame. And to think, all the money Chizik has spent on recruiting classes might just go to waste. SMH
That's some good stuff, right there, OhioHawk07.
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