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It's not an attack if it's accurate. Also, if you're going to try to use big words, spell them correctly.
as if Saban would turn away scholarship-worthy talent just b/c it would be the fair thing to do, like a drowning man to a straw.
Right. How silly of me to think that Saban would not be a scumbag.
b/c y'see my peabrain friend
Again, to try and sound smart, try spelling correctly. Someone that you consider to have a peabrain would be peabrained. Didn't teach you that in SEC country?
Players flock to winning programs, that's the way it is. That's the opposite of places like, say Michigan, where they are running away to other schools like there was an airborne virus.
That's funny. I don't remember Ohio State oversigning. I don't remember Florida reaching the same levels of oversigning as Bama. Boise State doesn't oversign. Texas and Oklahoma don't oversign. Maybe it's just because those coaches aren't scumbags who circumvent the rules. A lot of teams could be better if they trimmed the fat every year. Some of them just choose not to be pieces of ****.
I remember a story I think before last season about Clemson on ESPN. There was a kid on Clemson who was going to be a 5th year senior. He wasn't a huge contributor, but he had been with the team for 4 years going on 5. Also I think either his first or 2nd year he became legal guardian for his younger brother that was like 10. So in addition to all the work being a student athlete, he was also taking care of his little brother, and by all means was a model student-athlete and just a great person.
Just before his 5th year, Tommy Bowden went to him to inform him that because he oversigned the incoming class, that this player could no longer be on the team. I don't know how they did it, if they forced a medical RS or whatever on him, but they essentially told the player to **** off. I lost all respect for Tommy Bowden and Clemson after this.
Point being, it isn't just winning programs doing this. You can pretty up a piece of **** by sticking flowers in it, but in the end it's still a piece of ****.