By Jay Coulter / firstname.lastname@example.org on August 13, 2012
Atlanta Journal Constitution writer Michael Carvell was the toast of Tuscaloosa Monday – for about three hours.
Then it all came falling down.
After reporting earlier in the day that Auburn 5-star commitment Reuben Foster was the subject of an NCAA investigation because of his transfer from Troop High School in Georgia to Auburn High School, Auburn Undercover.com quickly called b******t on the story and pointed out that it was the Alabama High School Athletic Association doing a routine interview with Foster and his parents.
WarBlogle.com tweeted this afternoon that Carvell appeared on an Atlanta radio station today and openly joked about the Auburn program. Tonight, he’s the butt of the joke.
Many are theorizing that the source of all these negative Auburn recruiting stories is originating from Tuscaloosa. While there’s no proof yet, you certainly have to wonder.
I would suggest that snooping reporters take a drive through the parking lot of Bryant Hall and do a story on how those Alabama players afford those cars they drive. Now that may actually be a real story.
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