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I'm sure there were more than a few options to choose from when picking the photo for the front page of their sports section, but the Opelika-Auburn News decided to go with the moment Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell dislocated his left ankle and broke his left fibula with the headline “Finding A Way.” Come on now...
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You Always must remember this is AU....
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It was the most important play of the game. It happened. Theres a picture. Big deal. You pussies would not want the zapruder film of the kennedy assassination to be shown, but it was critical history. Deal with it.
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Lulzzzz
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I've seen the non blacked out picture, and if you didn't know that Treadwell was hurt on that play, you would not have been able to tell from the picture. Probably not the brightest idea, but not the spawn of Satan.
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At least the picture shows the horse collar above Laquon's left shoulder that led to the broken leg and fumble at the goal line. Still makes me sick.
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ZERO class
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That's what happen when you let a Bama fan run a newspaper.
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Excuses, excuses. That's just trashy. No way around it.
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Or they were showing a pic of the most important play of the game.
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Yeah, that paper is owned by Auburn University.

Stick to boobs Larry.
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TheBru.. the managing editor of the Auburn Opelika News is a graduate of the Univ. of Alabama

"The More You Know,,,,,,"
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it's auburn...did you expect anything different?
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Of all the photos that could have been used, that really is disgraceful.
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wow - as an Auburn fan that makes me sick - no reason for that.
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Trashy
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