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#101
Posted: 8/12/2012 8:40:17 PM

Im a season ticket holder, A scholarship donor, and a fan.

 

That university gets alot of mine and my family money..

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Posted: 8/12/2012 10:48:45 PM
This thread is fantastic. It's loaded with knowledge!! Lol
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Posted: 8/13/2012 12:01:12 AM
There is one school in this thread that has had more sanctions against it's program than any other in history.
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Posted: 8/13/2012 12:05:35 AM

This thread is fantastic. It's loaded with knowledge!! Lol
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Posted: 8/13/2012 7:54:32 AM

Well I havent heard ANY Bama fan say "NO" We dont pay players" All im hearing is "EVERBODY DOES IT" which leads me to believe you  KNOW THAT BABA CHEATS!!

Only in the SEC! Today Jeffrey Lee of went on a Mobile radio station and aired out all of Alabama’s dirty laundry…accusing a booster of buying 5-star recruit Brent Calloway. Amoung the allegations made was that the booster: made cash payments to his dad, paid the family’s mortgage, bought him a car, and promised of $1,200 a month.

  • A supporter of Alabama took Calloway to Tuscaloosa multiple times including the weekend prior to national signing day.
  • The supporter allegedly then drove Calloway out of state and kept him there until he returned to his hometown of Russellville, Alabama on signing day.
  • Before Calloway’s final trip to Tuscaloosa pre-signing day, the Bama supporter allegedly made cash payments to Harland “Peaches” Winston who is Calloway’s adoptive father.
  • Winston supposedly received $2,500 from the Bama fan on at least one occasion.
  • Supposedly, Winston also received aid in catching up on his home mortgage.
  • The fan also allegedly provided Calloway with a new car that the player drove to school. Supposedly enough questions were asked about the car that it was returned on the same day.
  • Allegedly, the car was purchased by the Bama supporter from a dealership in Muscle Shoals owned by yet another Alabama supporter.
  • Supposedly, the supporter told Calloway that he would receive $1,200 per month while playing at Alabama!
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    #106
    Posted: 8/13/2012 7:55:56 AM

    WHERE THERE IS SMOKE THERE IS FIRE!!

    Reference 4theluvof$ to this thread to confirm we are in fact not the same person huh bamabuysplayers...i mean bamapiks

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    #107
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:00:00 AM
    Brent Calloway lives ten minutes from me in Russellville, AL. I'll assure you that is BS. He did the switch for totally different reasons. Bull garbage and lies will always get started. Especially by AU and vice versa and when you are winning. Laughable!!
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    #108
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:02:45 AM

    Its not you fans on this thread its boosters everywhere because:

    Boosters do stupid things, often just to fuel their own egos. Maybe they're trying to make a player feel beholden to them, to be leveraged down the road when he hits The Big Time. Maybe they want to brag to their rich buddies. Maybe they're just misguided, thinking they're being a help to their school.

    Where do Boosters pay the most and are LOCKED IN A RECRUITING BATTLE ?????????

    THE SEC!!

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    #109
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:03:44 AM
    @Capper

    To sound intelligent please list the other universities that buy players as well. I've never been on a forum and watched someone talk to themself as much as you do.
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    #110
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:04:34 AM
    WVUA is a University of Alabama College of Communications operated television channel. On the channel they were discussing Reuben Foster commiting to Auburn, when a member of the panel slipped and said that Auburn must have paid him more than the Alabama boosters were willing to!!!
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    #111
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:05:53 AM
    USC, OREGON, LSU, MISS ST, ALABAMA, AUBURN, FLORIDA AND MIAMI PAYS AND THERE IS EVIDENCE!!!
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    #112
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:06:51 AM
    Sounds like other conferences need to take notice instead of being a laughing stock!
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    #113
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:07:34 AM

    OTHER SCHOOLS THAT DONT PAY..TEXAS, NEBRASKA, WISCONSIN

    ILL ADD TO ANY OF MY THREADS AS MUCH AS I DAMN WELL PLEASE!!

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    #114
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:11:07 AM
    I'm aware of WVUA. I'm a proud alum of the capstone and a current booster. You're already telling me stuff I know. I'm waiting on that little golden nugget of knowledge that is groundbreaking news. I'll assure you should quit now. I could tell you info that would blow your mind my friend. It would not be published by any media
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    #115
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:11:59 AM

    I REALLY DONT THINK ALABAMA BOOSTERS STOPPED  THEIR ACTIONS, OR ARE BEING LOOKED AT!!!

     in 2002 the University of Alabama was given a two-year postseason ban, the loss of 21 scholarships and vacated wins because booster paid players. People directly associated with the football program paid players.

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    #116
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:13:10 AM
    Texas doesnt pay???? Who do we know this? Wisconsin and Nebraska too? Where's your evidence?

    Absolutely laughable statement.
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    #117
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:13:48 AM

    Here is Miller’s list of Alabama’s infractions:

    -A recruit, identified in news reports and Kenny Smith, and his parents were given $20,000 in cash, lodging, and entertainment by two Crimson Tide boosters beginning in 1995. The first payment of $10,000 was made in $100 bills delivered in a grocery bag. Smith signed with Alabama but couldn’t been academic requirements.

    -An Alabama booster previously identified as Logan Young of Memphis, Tenn., gave cash to a high school coach who was seeking $100,000 cash and two sport-utility vehicles in exchange for directing star recruit Albert Means to Alabama.

    -An assistant coach, former recruiting coordinator Ronnie Cottrell, received two loans totaling $56,600 from Young in violation of NCAA rules. The loan was not repaid until the case became known.

    -Two boosters involved in repeated rules violations were know to the Alabama staff, coaches and fans and were often seen at the team hotel during road games.

    -A recruit, identified previously as Travis Carroll, was given the use of a car in 1999 for agreeing to attend Alabama. The car was repossessed when Carroll transferred to Florida.

    Miller then tosses out a great quote: “Let that all swirl in your head for a bit. That’s old-school cheating in its purest form. Reading it almost makes you crave a jar of moonshine.”

    He’s right. That’s as bad as it gets. Coaches and players being paid by boosters. People directly involved with the program, who were allowed to stay around when rules were known to have been broken. That’s old-school southern football cheating…or as people in SEC country call it “business as usual.”

    So Alabama did that and got basically the same punishment as USC who had players doing things far away from the program. Hell, Bush and his family had all their dealings with Lloyd Lake and Michael Michaels (yes that’s really his name) in San Diego, 100 miles

     

    JUST IN CASE YOU FORGOT...AND I FEEL INCLINED TO POST MORE BECAUSE YOU WANT ME TO POST LESS!

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    #118
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:17:22 AM

    Texas doesnt have to pay and absolutely wouldnt pay, Nebraska should pay because its in Omaha, but there and Wisconsins Compliance team directly addresses all issues!

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    #119
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:19:50 AM
    Trooper Taylor with his backward hat and his "Trooper Towel" is about to bury AU. He breaks so many rules on the "Tiger Prowl caravan" or the "All In caravan" or whatever they call it. Mark it... Auburn better watch out. Much attention is focused on them right now!!
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    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:23:37 AM

    He knew this might be only chance at the big money, and at trial it was testified that Kentucky was asked to pay $6,000 for a simple visit, and that Georgia and Alabama paid as much as $4,000 just for a visit—the the money being secretly paid by boosters.

    Lange knew all the big boosters of almost all the big SEC schools. While he knew the schools themselves would have him arrested for daring to shop a player around, he figured to zero in on the big-buck boosters and extort the big money from them for Means' signing.

    Enter Logan Young, a man with far too much money and time on his hands who wanted to build a case to make himself the most important man with his beloved Crimson Tide by secretly delivering players like Means to the Tide.

    The coach that initiated the whole "pay for play" scheme never served a day for his part. He plead guilty to taking $150,000 from Young, (though sources said the figure was $200,000) and testified against Young in a plea deal to avoid serving any time.

    However, the NCAA missed the target as Young died of an accident while appealing his case. He never served one day in jail.

    At trial, it was determined the head coach Mike Dubose knew nothing of the pay for play scandal and though the NCAA determined that the school and coaching staff was not guilty of wrong doing, Young's status as a booster was the same as a staff member.

    It was not determined beyond doubt what Means himself knew.

    So even though the player and Alabama staff did nothing wrong, the school only narrowly avoided the death penalty for a rouge booster's actions. Alabama paid the stiffest of penalties.

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    #121
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:24:56 AM
    I don't want you to post less. I respect your love for the game...seriously! But all of your posts are pulled from the Internet and I could tell you all details below surface level about everything. Give me something good...not just old school copy and paste.

    You would laugh if you knew what was happening in CFB currently.

    Also, I would love evidence of Texas, Wisconsin, or Nebraska never breaking a rule to get a player. That comment can't be proven and reduces your credibility.
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    #122
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:25:29 AM
    Alabama officials say they have checked into the relationship of past and present players to the owner of T-Town Menswear in Tuscaloosa. The school's investigators have determined no NCAA violations have occurred, even though there are pictures in cyberspace of several Alabama players in the store posing with the owner,
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    #123
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:27:24 AM
    Albert Means and Logan Young is so very old. Rules violations far more severe than that has happened since that incident and far more wide spread too. This copy and paste of old as hell news is a bunch of babble.
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    #124
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:27:45 AM

    No fire there but smoke!!

    But there is smoke. A website run by attorney Clay Travis (outkickthecoverage.com) has obtained photos of former player Julio Jones (who had been pictured in the store) wearing 16 -- that's right, 16 -- different suits to Alabama football games (some sharp stuff, I might add). Again, there is currently no proof that a violation has occurred.

     

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    #125
    Posted: 8/13/2012 8:29:04 AM

    I was saying that the BOOSTERS who "took care" OF THOSE GUYS ARE STILL AROUND DOING THE SAME garbage THEY DID BEFORE!! And to bring up old stuff youd probably rather forget about!! just for fun!!!

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