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probably won't can him yet though -- if they can show any chizik involvement in a scandal, buyout = byebye
5 months, 4 weeks ago on Report: NCAA Investigating Auburn Football
@John at MrSEC @KevinMcCallister
Can you not read or is English just your second language? I intended the "as usual" to apply to media reports in general, not your site in particular. As far as I'm aware, you don't "write" that many stories on Chizik's contract so the "as usual" really wouldn't apply to you individually. That is why I took the time to post a follow up in an attempt to clarify that I wasn't attacking you or your site but was simply pointing out the falsity of the reposted information in your article.I understand that you don't have the time to "to make sure what's been widely reported is in fact true" before you repost other media outlets' reports. That's fine. But if you are too short on time to ensure the credibility of information that you report then you certainly should not spend any of your time writing sarcastic posts in response to a post that was simply pointing out an error in one of your repostings that I thought you were asserting to be your own.
6 months, 1 week ago on Fans Waiting For Puffs Of Smoke In Auburn, Knoxville As Fates Of Chizik, Dooley Stir Rumors
Just to clarify -- that wasn't intended to be attacking. Just pointing out that it has been widely reported wrong without most entities taking the time to do the public records request and read the actual contract.
As usual, the information above is incorrect. He is not owed $10 if booted before Dec.1 and $7.5 million after. His buyout is prorated, and paid monthly, starting with the month he is terminated. Therefore, his buyout on Nov. 1, 2012 was about $7,702,702.60 and on Dec. 1, 2012 would be $7.5 million. The point is that waiting a month or doing it now is not some "doomsday" scenario as most people in the media keep trying to sensationalize it as being. He's likely already been paid this month's salary so that's a sunk cost anyways.
In the paragraph immediately preceding your bullet-point about the fact that the blog will continue to have typos, there is a typo. Peace should be piece.
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