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PHAT_VOL writes:

Word on the street is, this is money they saved mowing lawns and working at a grocery as bag boys. Just two promising young men on their way to a bright future with the Crimson Tide and after that sterling careers in the NFL. Then on to return to Bama to start there coaching career or become successful bankers as the photos would indicate. Just look at these two clean cut young men that are a great example of just what a scholly offer at The Universtiy of Alabama can produce. Why, I would imagine the next you tube video will be of them in Boy Scout unis helping little old ladies across the street or who knows maybe even being chauffeured to the ASP.

bUTch_please writes:

in response to vol98champ:

NCAA says, 31 minor infractions and one stupid DT at play for pay Tide. I guess we will have to add a year to UT's probation.

No truer words. North Carolina has a BBall starter (Hairston) caught, not once, twice driving a car rented by a booster who is a felon. Not a peep out of the 2A. Looks like our mens BBall team will get hit with an added year as well.

Central_IL_Vol writes:

in response to SevenT:

This is why the "college" football player should be a paid professional football hit man. Does anyone believe this showoff belongs in a college classroom?

Once again, SevenTeeth shows off her uncanny intellectual prowess; NOT!

MORON!

volfan7 writes:

I hate to bring this up but it must be discussed. I wonder why Tennessee is having so much success at recruiting in light of our poor football performance over the last several years. Butch Jones seems like a very honest man but Nick Saban seemed like a good guy too. Could Tennessee just be more careful in its disbursement of funds to players, while Saban has not been quite as discreet.

I am not accusing anyone of anything. But in this day of must win football or get fired after two years, anything is possible.

climberNeeds2workATwendys writes:

seems a bidding war broke out between Auburn and Alabama boosters..SHOW ME THA MONEY!!

stevefrommemphis writes:

Nothing to worry about, Bammers. Mike Slive surely has the entire SEC headquarters working overtime today to make sure this story involving his beloved Crimson Tide is a non-issue.

stevefrommemphis writes:

in response to volfan7:

I hate to bring this up but it must be discussed. I wonder why Tennessee is having so much success at recruiting in light of our poor football performance over the last several years. Butch Jones seems like a very honest man but Nick Saban seemed like a good guy too. Could Tennessee just be more careful in its disbursement of funds to players, while Saban has not been quite as discreet.

I am not accusing anyone of anything. But in this day of must win football or get fired after two years, anything is possible.

I'm for doing whatever Alabama is doing, and nothing less.

abnerPeabody writes:

in response to RollTideJoe:

I don't know if it is phony or not, but if he took money from someone I can tell you two things: 1) The athletic department had nothing to do with it, period. They're not that stupid 2) He won't play a down until the truth is found and the school will notify the NCAA if it is true. Some of these kids are stupid! Contrary to naysayers, the university isn't buying players. They come because they want to be a part of a top program, learn under excellent coaches, and follow the rules because Saban lays the law down about that when he recruits. He will not tolerate stupid stuff and if Liner has committed this error in judgment, he will be punished and/or dismissed according to NCAA rules.

Thank you. Good to hear from someone that knows the real truth.I'm even more impressed for the fact you are so close to the Athletic department and all the boosters. Keep us informed,after all, we are stupid and need the real truth from those in the real know.

PHAT_VOL writes:

in response to RollTideJoe:

I don't know if it is phony or not, but if he took money from someone I can tell you two things: 1) The athletic department had nothing to do with it, period. They're not that stupid 2) He won't play a down until the truth is found and the school will notify the NCAA if it is true. Some of these kids are stupid! Contrary to naysayers, the university isn't buying players. They come because they want to be a part of a top program, learn under excellent coaches, and follow the rules because Saban lays the law down about that when he recruits. He will not tolerate stupid stuff and if Liner has committed this error in judgment, he will be punished and/or dismissed according to NCAA rules.

I think I can speak for most VOL fans when I agree with you and say Your Not That STUPID!

GO VOLS!!!

chattabluetick writes:

Sometimes a playa can't see the forest for the poisoned trees!

overthetop writes:

Nice. Da'Larry, Da'Curley and Da'Moe. The Tide program must be so proud! Can you revoke a scholarship for profound stupidity? I'd say the combined IQ of these three would equal that of box turtle. It should be fun to see how this unfolds. It would have been great to see Sabans face when he saw this. What do you even say to a guy that's this stupid? He's not going to understand regardless what it is.

Colliervol writes:

in response to brokendownoldvol:

Just a matter of time. Every time Alabama hits a winning streak they end up on probation. They never learn. They should have gotten the death penalty yrs ago. Anyone else would have.

I think it's their alumni (especially the jock sniffing sidewalk variety) that are the ones that never learn. Just can't stay under the radar. I'm also sure that when Saban gets hold of him, he may not survive the first practice.

Colliervol writes:

in response to RollTideJoe:

I don't know if it is phony or not, but if he took money from someone I can tell you two things: 1) The athletic department had nothing to do with it, period. They're not that stupid 2) He won't play a down until the truth is found and the school will notify the NCAA if it is true. Some of these kids are stupid! Contrary to naysayers, the university isn't buying players. They come because they want to be a part of a top program, learn under excellent coaches, and follow the rules because Saban lays the law down about that when he recruits. He will not tolerate stupid stuff and if Liner has committed this error in judgment, he will be punished and/or dismissed according to NCAA rules.

I agree with you. But unfortunately the school usually gets to pay for the stupidity of its boosters. (You guys have experienced that before.) Tough call. If he is dismissed he may start singing as to where the cash came from. Hopefully for the Tide's sake, it's a joke.

murrayvol writes:

in response to RollTideJoe:

I don't know if it is phony or not, but if he took money from someone I can tell you two things: 1) The athletic department had nothing to do with it, period. They're not that stupid 2) He won't play a down until the truth is found and the school will notify the NCAA if it is true. Some of these kids are stupid! Contrary to naysayers, the university isn't buying players. They come because they want to be a part of a top program, learn under excellent coaches, and follow the rules because Saban lays the law down about that when he recruits. He will not tolerate stupid stuff and if Liner has committed this error in judgment, he will be punished and/or dismissed according to NCAA rules.

C'mon Joe, surely you're smarter than that.

You're right that 1)Athletic Depts. never have anything to do with it...........not directly at least. You're also right that 2)he won't play a down...........in the first quarter of the first game.

Colliervol writes:

in response to SevenT:

This is why the "college" football player should be a paid professional football hit man. Does anyone believe this showoff belongs in a college classroom?

Calipari would sign him.

murrayvol writes:

in response to Colliervol:

I think it's their alumni (especially the jock sniffing sidewalk variety) that are the ones that never learn. Just can't stay under the radar. I'm also sure that when Saban gets hold of him, he may not survive the first practice.

It's hard to kick a decades old habit.

BIVOLAR_BEARE writes:

in response to murrayvol:

It's hard to kick a decades old habit.

At bammer cheating is not a habit, it's a tradition.

WetumpkaThumpa writes:

in response to MR_VOL:

Obviously, this guy is not the sharpest knife in the drawer. He could have gotten Alabama and Auburn into a bidding war for his services.

Perhaps that's what he did and Bama paid him more? It's been known to happen before down there.

wolftever writes:

maybe he comes from a wealthy family.....

OwensboroVol writes:

And thats just what Nick Saban had in his wallet!

LiveFaith writes:

in response to chattabluetick:

Sometimes a playa can't see the forest for the poisoned trees!

POD!!!

BigOrangeDan writes:

College football at it's best. The guy is a thug and most likely will tarnish a football program that has a tarnished past. Anything for a win!
What a waste! Alabama deserves what it gets from this guy. Hey Florida did well with Hernandez.....

tennrich1 writes:

WHY pray tell would the NC from the last two years get involved with a kid like this? I mean, you dont have to. You are already picking and choosing who you want and I would think you would want a pass on this kid...the only word that comes to mind is STUPID...both for the Tide and this kid...

VolsUpsetYetAnother writes:

Lucyyy. You got some splanning to doo.

6972 writes:

Monoply money no doubt.

TNFaninFL writes:

I would love to seen the look on Saban's face when he saw that picture, his head probably did a 360 like the Exorcist. He should call that kid up and revoke his scholarship which would be the right thing to do if winning wasnt important. But obviously the kid is a moron, thug and no brains so probably will be successful at Alabama.

traderjoe writes:

in response to CantStandCantStandSaban:

Remember when Nu'Keese Richardson did the same thing a few years ago? Of course, the difference there was he was proudly displaying a wad of wrinkled one and five dollar bills...not C notes.

LOL... you get what you pay for, right?

Lizardgrad89 writes:

in response to CantStandCantStandSaban:

Remember when Nu'Keese Richardson did the same thing a few years ago? Of course, the difference there was he was proudly displaying a wad of wrinkled one and five dollar bills...not C notes.

Well, when you steal an Urban Meyer guy, you get...an Urban Meyer guy. It all makes sense, in hindsight.

Vols4Ever writes:

This is what happens when the War Eagles lost Bobby Lowder in their corner. When getting Cam, money no issue. When stealing Carnell Williams from UT on signing day, mom got a new house a month later. Chup change with the wad of green.

Vols4Ever writes:

in response to MetroplexMojo:

Maybe he is showing off how much money he saved by switching car insurance.

Just read previous posts.

That is funny. But with the way the Tide rolls, he doesn't have to pay for the car or insurance. That is walking around money.

msinva writes:

in response to RollTideJoe:

I don't know if it is phony or not, but if he took money from someone I can tell you two things: 1) The athletic department had nothing to do with it, period. They're not that stupid 2) He won't play a down until the truth is found and the school will notify the NCAA if it is true. Some of these kids are stupid! Contrary to naysayers, the university isn't buying players. They come because they want to be a part of a top program, learn under excellent coaches, and follow the rules because Saban lays the law down about that when he recruits. He will not tolerate stupid stuff and if Liner has committed this error in judgment, he will be punished and/or dismissed according to NCAA rules.

If you are younger than 30 I'll let this dulisional comment pass, but son go look at your teams history. This phooey has been a staple at Bama since that drunk Bryant was coach. If you are older than 30 then you have just proven the theory that if you repeat lies enough they become the truth at least to yourself.

lstbodeanvol writes:

in response to SevenT:

This is why the "college" football player should be a paid professional football hit man. Does anyone believe this showoff belongs in a college classroom?

YOUR KITTENS COACH WOULD SIGN HIM IF HE COULD GET SOME CASH FROM CALICHEAT

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