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Mr. SEC amuses me. A couple of weeks ago he said that he would no longer respond to Alabama fans who criticized him for his rush to judgement. He regretted trying to reason with these people, he said. So tonight Mr. SEC stirs the same pot, presumably, hoping for more of the same. No matter. The process has taken its course. Alabama has weighed the matter and made its judgements. I hope the kids can turn their lives around. Vilifying them won't help them, but taking them seriously and giving them appropriate punishment might. It's really up to them at this point.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Question: How Many Bama Fans Would Have Called For Due Process If Saban Had Acted Immediately?
Well John, I will tell you this. It never hurts, and should be mandatory, to conduct due diligence before you take action in a matter this serious. You have absolutely nothing to lose. To allow people to be tried in the court of public opinion (i.e., by a lynch mob) is always wrong. Saban is way too systematic to do that. That's how you get situations like Duke lacrosse. Not equating the cases, but that's what happens when the lynch mob takes over. In the final analysis it's better to say I've carefully weighed the evidence and I'm taking appropriate action, as opposed to saying: Look how fast I can fire people! I'm new to this venue, but that's my 2 cents.
2 months, 4 weeks ago on Hearings Set For Two Of Four Arrested Bama Football Players