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Former Auburn head football coach Bryan Harsin released the following statement after he was fired on Monday.
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Bryan Harsin

Statement for Release - November 1, 2022


I am incredibly disappointed that I won't get to lead the Auburn football program and these players into the future. I poured my heart and soul into this program and team. We stood together in the face of considerable challenges and outside noise.

Through my entire time at Auburn we did things the right way, which is not always the easy way. I am very proud of the resolve shown by everyone in our facility and incredibly grateful for those at Auburn who stood by me and my family. I am certain that this group of players will do great things. I will miss you guys tremendously but will always be there for you and do anything I can to help moving forward. Thank you for believing in me.

Like any coach with the benefit of hindsight, there are things that could have been done differently. I don't pretend to be perfect but I am certain I will be better moving forward because of this experience.

I truly believe Auburn has the potential to be a championship program once again. The resources, financial support and fan base are in place. There are good people throughout this program and University. With complete alignment, the possibilities are endless.

I hurt for the coaches, staff members and families who are left in limbo. This team and staff came here fully committed to our vision of what we could accomplish in time. That time has been cut short. They will all persevere because of their tremendous character and ability and I will do everything I can to help them with this transition.

As is life, my family and I will now turn the page and chart our next course, always grateful for the positive relationships formed and memories made on the Plains. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of the Auburn Family.
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Harsin seems like a decent human but Cadillac got them playing better in one game than Harsin did all season
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I want to know what statement his redhead sister in law released
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Pic of redhead sister in law?
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I’d pound the vag of his red head sister in law woof woof woof
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pic?
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It’s amazing how plastic and steroids will help someone’s appearance so much.
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It just was not the right fit. Auburn better get it right this time
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Solid guy
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He really is. Hard not to like him. He seems every bit a firm but fair guy who simply expects people to work hard. Sometimes people don't like accountability and hard work. He's not flashy, but certainly could have improved AU. CFB is changing. Harsin is the type of HC who would have crushed it 10+ years ago.
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Auburn should have kept gus
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Harsin’s red head sister in law is a smoke show!
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Harsin deserves better than the crap cult on the plains
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Auburn just fired their best option.
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Lol. frick you.
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Auburn is a dead program
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At Auburn you are always "family" until you aren't. They are just as psychotic as the 8-4'ers.
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Yep what a dump
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He need to go Antonio Brown on them.
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"needed"
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Antonio brown should be auburns next coach
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Classy. Unlike how he was treated by Auburn.
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I really believe another year or two and he would have had Auburn playing darn good football.
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amen
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