Auburn Football Called Out For Recruiting Graphic That Features New Coaching Staff
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
Auburn put out a new tweet on Tuesday that features their new coaching staff. Whiiiiiiiiiich is made up of guys from a major SEC rival the Georgia Bulldogs. The internet has lready started calling them out for it...
(The Spun)
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is any of the guys on the coaching staff have any history with the listed players? if so, it is not completely incorrect, just skewed. if they do not, I have no idea wtf Auburn is thinking.
Reply6 months
Bobo is now coaching at AU? Claim all those former UGA baws. Terrible graphic from AU.
Reply6 months
Also, BoBo is hot trash
6 months
This is comical! Its in the area of I saw.......(insert professional athlete) at the airport!
Reply6 months
All that combined experience and they have Brett Rypien on there.
Reply6 months
A history of developing UGA players to beat Auburn, War Eagle
Reply6 months
Cadillac Williams????
Reply6 months
I think they are referring to the NFL players listed below the coaches. It confused me too.
6 months
Texas A&M “liked” this post.
Reply6 months
Brett Rypien??? Really? That should really pull those QB recruits in
Reply6 months
Except two of the coaches did they play for Auburn so that was a failed troll. Meh, showing the experience and success of the coaching staff is not a problem. Not sure I get the point of the flaming???
Reply6 months
Issue is the players featured at the bottom of the graphic, not the actual coaches at the top.
6 months
Man imagine if we threw up an image of all of the USC and Miami players under Coach O... right?
Reply6 months
Good idea on paper. Not so great when executed.
Reply6 months
This reeks of desperation in recruiting, which is a bad look. But if you are Auburn, with a completely new staff, and having to recruit against Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Florida? I might be desperate too.
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