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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Z, Aug 4, 2015.
The Zionists have a hell of a passing game
Finally, someone got to the bottom of the New York media/Tide football cartel.
AuburnmandromTN doing God’s work.
"your jew money is no good here mr saban"
- land deal speculators
Saban is Catholic.
Look at Wes eating up that LIBERAL JEWISH PROPAGANDA
There are no secrets in strength and conditioning. None. Every team has strength coaches. They all talk and go to the same seminars. Their players don't work out any harder than every other teams players.
So, if everyone does the same thing, how are the turds players so much stronger than everyone else? Hmmm... there's ONLY one reason, and everyone knows what it is. Drugs. Period. They use high tech drugs that are not easily detected. Hell, they are so good at it, it makes the Russians blush.
Talked to the dad of a recent turd player. He pretty much confirmed. He also said the staff doesn't always tell the players either. Players think they're getting a "Vitamin Shot". Ha ha. Damn.
The Bunker cynics will scoff, but this is true. I’ve stated before that my brother is a S&C coach at a Div I-AA school (or whatever they’re called now). Even he admits that guys at his school “juice”, yet never get caught.
The NCAA PED drug testing program is a joke according to my brother. Sure, they’ll occasionally trot out the Will Grier or Dexter Lawrence’s of the world for appearance sake; but today’s NCAA, led by Saban’s buddy, is weak.
You got your head in the sand if you don't think the turds juice. Now, do they have better "stock" to work with? Sure. But 5 star players just don't make that big a jump vs other teams 5 stars. They just don't. I'm not talking about skill level. Just talking physical stature. Why doesn't every teams' top players look like theirs? And if you don't think Kirby has started the juicing campaign, I don't know what to tell you. He knows the exact drugs to use. Also why Kirby brought several top turd S/C staff with him to uga.
They sell the players on it, by telling them it gets them to the league faster and that "everyone" in the league does it.
A Bunker member posted a boob job post-op picture of his wife
Everything got deleted before I had a chance to save it but I'll post it if it resurfaces on there
Not the bunker but the responses are fun.
can we get a post Kyle Guy bump in here? Has to be some gold in these bunker hills
Clay Travis saying UT should pay whatever it takes to get BP back...
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With the rumors of Rick Barnes being a serious candidate at UCLA emerging, Clay Travis is advocating that UT pay whatever it takes to get Bruce back to Knoxville. Of course that means nothing but you can bet their fan base will scream for that outcome...we better lock up CBP... And do it now as he will be wanted by many...
Jay G. Tate said: ↑
Remember that Clay Travis works "with" Bruce. They have a symbiotic relationship.
Bruce is about to begin negotiations for a new deal at Auburn.
Therefore, he wants to put as much pressure as possible on Allen Greene.
I personally don't understand how Allen Greene is going to carve another $3 or $3.5 million out of his annual budget to pay Bruce and his staff more. That's why I'm not an athletic director.
Bryan9451 said: ↑
So is it fair to say you’d be shocked if Bruce didn’t remain at Auburn for the foreseeable future?
Jay G. Tate said: ↑
No. If the chasm between Bruce's believed value and Bruce's actual value is wide, I could see him leaving. Not tomorrow; he has a five-yer deal in place right now.
The Bunker loves throwing around the "THROW THE BANK AT HIM," but I wonder how many people here are willing to kick in $50k annually to fund it. Revenues have plateaued throughout the league.
There's a lot of money tied up in football salary.
89METiger said: ↑
Lol. Well there you have it. The best coach we have ever had and we will lose him because we overpaid the shittiest coach we ever had.
Auburn University athletics administration sucks major ass. Oh, the general administration is equally corrupt and retarded.
If they let Pearl slip away it would be the most Auburn thing ever. Can’t believe they would have trouble finding room in the budget after the season they just had.
Our open letter is being penned to specifically address concerns regarding Head Coach Dan Mullen of the Florida Gators football program. We would also like to call attention to the leadership of the University Athletic Association, the University of Florida, and the Southeastern Conference as well.
During the course of the first half of the game, an incident occurred involving redshirt junior quarterback Kyle Trask of the Florida Gators and senior defensive end Marlon Davidson of the Auburn Tigers. Davidson appeared to cause, at the time, a severe injury to Trask while attempting to tackle him. Further analysis of what transpired during the play revealed Davidson simply fell into Trask, incidentally causing the injury.
Taking it a step further, the actions of the Florida offensive line caused the unfortunate situation. A blatant missed holding call by a Gator lineman on Davidson resulted in the Auburn defender losing balance and falling into Trask. Media personalities and fans from both sides have agreed this was truly what transpired. This point is not meant to lament over one missed penalty or delegitimize the Florida victory, but to solidify the incidental nature of Davidson’s involvement in Trask’s injury.
Our letter is meant to call attention not to the actions on the field but the words on live television of the Florida head coach as he was leaving at the conclusion of the first half. When asked about his quarterback, Dan Mullen said, “He’s going to come back, I think he has a light sprain to his MCL. Hopefully the league tries to keep quarterbacks safe from dirty plays.”
In the heat of the moment, Coach Mullen made an inflammatory statement which demeans the character of Marlon Davidson, for one, but also implicates Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn and the rest of the program. Instead of waiting to see what actually took place, Mullen chose to voice unfounded opinions which attack the good name of Davidson and others.
We are requesting that Dan Mullen formally apologize to Marlon Davidson, Gus Malzahn, and the entirety of the Auburn football program. We hope the leadership of the University of Florida and the Southeastern Conference also see the need for this gesture. The contentious statement is a subtle yet obvious attack on the content of their character. The Auburn family prides themselves on the values enshrined within the Auburn Creed, namely the fourth line:
I believe in a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities.
It is very encouraging and admirable to watch two young men in their twenties display such outstanding sportsmanship. It is also disheartening to watch the leader of a major football program not exercise restraint in commentary that could harm others. Shortly after the conclusion of the game, Marlon Davidson sought out the injured Trask to embrace and formally express his regret for his involvement in the play. Trask graciously returned the embrace and seemed to express his understanding. A true show of sportsmanship and honor between two warriors on the field of battle. Older, more seasoned men are the ones that should be teaching and displaying these moments. Not the other way around.
We trust that Florida Head Coach Dan Mullen will honor our request of the above formal apology. We also hope that the University of Florida will see to it that this transpires. The Southeastern Conference should also ensure that appropriate actions are taken by their member university, as we trust they value sportsmanship and taking responsibility for ones actions, including spoken words. We all make mistakes but its how we respond to those mistakes that define who we truly are.
The SEC’s current slogan is “it just means more.” Words, in conjunction with actions, just mean more in righting wrongs. If Davidson and Trask have taught us anything, it is that they believe this concept.
We hope Dan Mullen, the University of Florida, and SEC do as well.
Gotta love those self important cult members
I’m sure Dan will be on the phone any second now to make things right.
Get fucked, pussy.
double RL probably wrote that letter.
October 7, 2019 at 2:48 pm
Mr Mullen is an adult. Additionally, he is a very highly compensated professional. He should have held his opinion in check until he had all of the facts. Rather he chose the opportunity to strike. Who does he think he is? Donald Trump?
Those which much is given, much is expected…’
That boy has something wrong with him. He was in a coma for like two weeks due to bleeding from his brain. He calls himself a super fan, and is at pretty much every game screaming some embarrassing shit. But most people just feel bad for him.
An adult wrote this
He makes very good points
Damn I didn't know that. Definitely explains double RL 's posting though.
That is the boy who is always screaming at basketball/baseball games. There was an article on the university website about him, and his medical issues once.
I thought you were saying that was double RL
Auburn fans and that fucking creed. I hope to love something that much some day
I see Auburn’s back on their bullshit
Has he apologized and/or been suspended by the school and/or league yet? Not following this super closely.
When reached for comment, Dan just did this:
Should be issuing an apology for those pants.
Haha totally! Got ‘em!
Is wearing a gator skin belt when your mascot is a gator problematic?
twitter isn’t the bunker hth
the double down with Escobar and the founder of the klan
Many ppl don't know of the great philanthropy from the Klan
hitler would probably try to show you a bunch of his shitty paintings during the dinner
fuckin no thanks pal
Growing up, I once had a friend's racist as hell grandma - born in AL in the 1930s - explain to us that the Klan wasn't actually all that bad because they would help the community, often by beating the shit out of (white) unemployed, drunk deadbeat dads to scare them into providing for their family.
And murdering blacks
This debate happened on our homeboard
That's probably my favorite meathead dumb guy take. Big fan.
"Yes Hitler did some bad things but you have to admire him."