NYCAuburn Auburn Fan TD Platinum Membership Member since Feb 2011 31700 posts
re: Trooper Taylor memorial thread (Posted on 12/7/12 at 12:47 pm to mrbroker)
quote: I got no idea what his motive was but there was a pause in the action and he came out to congratulate the player. This was a few years ago...I am not sure if it was for the cheap shot or the fact he made a play. But I did think it was a little over the top. But TT has not been known for his high ethical standards..If I also recall his secondary issues put him off the recruiting trail at least once in his 4 year window.
So let me guess, you googled to try and disprove me and found nothing? I thought you recalled from your great seats in front of the TV, what happened? and now you are deflecting to other things
ETA. it's okay TT is not here any more, no more jimmies to be rustled
wdeinttown Auburn Fan Tuscaloosa Member since Dec 2011 2970 posts
re: Trooper Taylor memorial thread (Posted on 12/7/12 at 6:46 pm to mrbroker)
Let's see, looks like Nick Fairley is being tackled by #71 as he falls into Aaron Murray, which would mean he couldn't control how he landed on him. Then it looks like Trooper Taylor is trying to get Fairley to the sidelines. You can tell this because Taylor is pointing him towards the sidelines.