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By on April 6th, 2013 in Member Post 3 Comments »

My best friend’s son has signed to play football at Auburn. This is hurting these kids that signed with Auburn because now they have second thoughts. It’s a sad day for them. Students are asking them questions at school. Also they are getting questioned by the local media. What happens to these kids? Do the coaches on the current staff reach out to their signees? What’s going on? How can they move on from this?


  1. theoldguard says:

    Well if they’re having secon thoughts, then they aren’t true Auburn men.

  2. War Eagle Girl War Eagle Girl says:


    If you don’t have confidence in your coaches and university then maybe you should move on. Maybe those are the ones that are disgruntled later and want to bring down the university after they don’t get their way.

    THEY HAVE TO BELIEVE THAT THEIR SCHOOL IS NOT GUILTY. or how can they play for pride? Pretty easy decision I would say.

  3. AU6 AU6 says:

    We’ll survive this as we have other attempts by the REC to destroy our University’s Football program. They won’t, they can’t. WDE!