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Some people will do ANYTHING to get someone fired, and this is a sad and pathetic case of that. Don't act like you didn't tell Jimmy Hyams, someone who has had a relationship with this site, to ask Dooley that question to, A. get your pathetic little website in the news and, B. to get a response like this. It's so blatantly obvious you want to get this coach fired and will do just about anything to get to that point. It's just sad. And when he goes and tells the truth about not knowing about your sorry little conglomerate of message board rumors, you go and take cheap shots at him on your way out the door. So he doesn't read the site, how is that taking a shot at it? Not everybody in the world reads your website... SHOCKING!
Here's hoping that if you do get your wish and Dooley gets the axe, he does everything in his power to get your sorry excuse of a webpage shut down forever.
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If you seriously think that this is going to cost Dave Hart his job, you are out of your mind. I know reading something entirely without jumping to conclusions isn't your strong point here, but I encourage you to read, entirely, Section 7 of the affidavit which CLEARLY states that Summit says Hart DID NOT force her out and Jennings knew nothing of this meeting. It's right there. Jennings enjoys seeing her name in the paper, so she has brought Summit into this mess and made a huge deal out of it. It's a joke is what this is and you stating that maybe "the school should just shut down athletics altogether" is a joke as well. Maybe this site should be shut down altogether. I don't mean to sound harsh towards Pat, but does she really know what she is saying anymore, and remember what she has said previously? That's a serious question that has to be asked.
I for one, as a Tennessee fan, am thrilled with what Dave Hart has done, injecting some decision-making into the Athletic Department and trying to fix things.
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