Chizik on ejections: ‘I am embarrassed by it’

Transcript of Auburn coach Gene Chizik’s postgame news conference:

Opening comments: “I couldn’t be happier for our fans . . . the Auburn family. I am  excited for everybody. That stadium out there tonight was electric, and our student body, our alumni, our fans . . . it was a great night for everybody. Our football team in that locker room over there has a lot of love for each other. I think tonight was another situation when we were down by 14 points I think at one point; they just play as a family. That’s all that I can tell you. They play as a family, and I couldn’t be more blessed personally in my life to be around great people, great coaches, great administrators and players who are a joy to be around. They care about Auburn. They care about this football team, and they never cease to amaze me. I am very proud of [Cam Newton] and his performance, and I am very proud of our whole football team starting with our seniors, who have done a great job getting us to this point this year.”

On Cam Newton’s ability to avoid the distractions: “Cam rushed for (151) yards tonight. I was just really proud of the way he played. Like I said, he’s a really, really talented, extremely gifted football player who means a lot to our football team. By his performance, I felt like he’s done just about what he’s done in every other game this year.”

On the decision to on-side kick to open the second half: “That’s a very potent offense, and the on-side kick we felt really good about it during the week, and we felt like we needed to take one possession away from them in the second half. We needed to get some momentum coming out. We told our guys in the locker room at halftime  it’s up and running and you have to get it. Wes [Byrum] made a great kick. I think it swung the momentum starting the second half, and it took one more possession away from their offense in the second half, which we needed to do.”

On how difficult it was to defend A.J. Green: “I don’t know that we did. I know that we certainly tried about everything we had, and they made some great throws to him. He made some great catches. He’s one of the best football players, wide receivers, certainly in college football. There’s no question about it. He is a force to be reckoned with. He’s a very talented young man.”

On the difference between Auburn’s defense in the first quarter and the rest of the game: “We settled down a little bit. We tried to do some different things coverage-wise just trying to get the passing game under control. We felt like we could stop the run, but we knew that they had very talented guys at wideout, including the tight end. They do a great job of seeing what you are in. The quarterback does a great job of reading what coverages that you are either disguising and trying to work to, and he hits the guy who is most available in that coverage. They are really good at that, and I thought they executed that well. I think pass rush and pressure, more so in the second half, got to them a little bit.”

On controlling the game running the ball in the second half: “We felt like offensively, starting with our offensive line, we could get some movement up front. We were trying to get a pace going where we could wear them down a little bit. I don’t know if that happened exactly the way we wanted to, but we had some explosive plays in there where they had to run down the field and get set and reset. We did some things that we thought with clock management and other things would help us towards the end of the game. Again, our offensive line … that was a good defense we played against. My hat’s off to them. They tried to do a few different things to take away the quarterback run game which we were able to do some other things with our tailback run game, but at the end of the day, that was a really good defense. I was proud of our offensive line.”

On winning the SEC Western Division: “We had goals at the beginning of the year, and this was the first goal. Really in the name of trying to take them one at a time, we didn’t know when, if we were going to win the West, when that would happen. We were blessed to be in a position tonight where if we won, then obviously we have a trip to Atlanta. So I think there was a lot of incentive out there. There was a lot on the line, and I couldn’t be more proud of our team because of the way they responded and the way they just kept playing.”

On the personal fouls and ejections in the game: “Just really disappointed in that. That’s a lot of reflection on us as coaches, and I am embarrassed by it. That’s not who we are. That’s not the way we carry ourselves, and we will address that tomorrow.”

On Michael Dyer breaking Bo Jackson’s freshman rushing yardage total: “I think Mike as the year has progressed has got a little more comfortable with the offense every week. We certainly have a lot of confidence in him running the football and protecting the football. What a great accomplishment. I think he feels a great comfort level, and I think it is a great honor for him. Again, we are not trying to break individual goals here but certainly that is one he is always going to be proud of until the next guy comes along and breaks it. I am proud of Michael.”

Did you believe you would win the SEC Western Division this soon after taking over as head coach? “I never put a timeline and a timeframe on anything. Our belief was that the only thing that we could focus on is where we’re going with the program and how we’re trying to get there, and we’re trying to do all the things the right way that make sense that the Auburn people would be proud of and the Auburn family. It would just be what Auburn is and who Auburn is, and that’s where we tried to start. So we didn’t put a timeframe on anything, but make no mistake our goal since the day we stepped here was to win a championship, and we haven’t done that yet. So, I don’t want to act like we have. We haven’t, but we are one step closer to being able to do that.”

How welcome is this bye week now? “I think it comes at a great time. We are definitely a tired football team. If you count two-a-days when we started in August, this is probably week 14 straight. I think we tried to manage it about the best way we could with trying to back off when we needed to back off, and try to be aggressive when we needed to be aggressive. They’ve done everything we’ve asked them to do, and that’s the great thing about this team. It’s a well-needed break. We will sit back and try to get a little bit of a breather here in the next probably 48 hours, but we have a huge, huge football game coming up in two weeks, and we have to get ready to play that game.”

On coming back from a 21-7 first-quarter deficit: “Like I said, the guys in that locker room just never cease to amaze me and the coaches … offensive coaches, defensive coaches, special team coaches. Nobody gets rattled. Players keep playing and the coaches keep coaching and we have to adjust and sometimes it doesn’t look exactly the way we want it to look. Sometimes it is really ugly. Sometimes it’s not. For 11 weeks in a row now, we have found a way to win so that’s the most important thing.”

How will you deal with the ejections? “I am going to deal with that tomorrow, and I am not happy about it at all.”

Was your team a little bit hyped up to start the game? “They were. I think they were very excited to play. I knew that when we were getting off the bus. We were trying to temper it down a little bit. They were extremely excited to play this game. The seniors knew that they were never going to play out here again. That’s where it started, and they love Auburn, and they love playing in front of these fans, and they were off the chart in terms of excitement and I don’t blame them. But I think that was a little bit part of some of the play at the beginning … we weren’t very smart. We were just too out there with that. Finally we settled down, and I think we played a little bit better.”

On what it was like when it was 21-7 Georgia: “You are always concerned when it is 21-7, but I don’t think a 21-7 score affects you unless you have never been there before. We have probably been there two to three maybe more times this year. I just think our football team has confidence, and we get things adjusted to the best of our ability, and we try to come back and just keep playing for 60 minutes. We just don’t look up at the clock. We just keep playing and when it is 0:00, we will look up and the best man will win.”

(Transcript provided by Auburn.)

481 comments Add your comment

Tom Gentle

November 14th, 2010
5:14 am

Chizik for National Coach of the Year – It is in the AU-Family Gene!

Fairley???

November 14th, 2010
5:24 am

Where is the question? “Who coaches and condones a defensive tackle pick up a QB and slam him into the dirt and land on top of him after he has thrown the ball with no intentions of slowing up?” or “What about the spear into the QB’s back at the end of the game?” or “What are your feelings about the fans booing when the GA Player was hurt in the 4th Qtr?”

I was pulling for Auburn to win it all but NOT now. I would rather see a PAC 10 team win it than these bunch of low class clowns! A poor excuse of a bunch of young men to represent the SEC in the national championship.

Roll Tide and Go South Carolina!

November 14th, 2010
5:29 am

From here on out as far as I am concerned. Any kid that commits to Auburn is deemed a traitor to the State of Georgia and will be looked at in a totally different manner than before. What was a fun friendly rivalry is now a gloves off let’s get it on hate match.
Roll Tide and Go South Carolina!

Bob Baldwin

November 14th, 2010
6:34 am

AU, Class of 68. Where’s the Auburn Creed in all this? We need to be on a higher level.

Auburn finally gets its chance!!!

November 14th, 2010
6:42 am

Bunch of low class clowns? Committing to Auburn is a traitor? You self professesed sports gurus obviously never played any serious football, if any at all. Coach Vince Dooley played at Auburn and was a mainstay as a coach at Georgia for arount 20 years! Is he a traitor? Low class clowns?…..these Auburn players have been through nearly as much turmoil and uncertaintly through coaching staff changes as the beloved Crimson Tide and without disrespecting/ruining a great pedigree of a coaching family the way you did I with Mike Shula’s treatment. Atleast these “clowns” understand the concept of Auburn family. As an Auburn grad, donor and attorney, I am furious with all you hillbillies who don’t even know where tuscaloosa is on the state map (and no it is not where that racetrack is located-that’s talledega) You bamers won some of your exagerated “championships” with a multiple of polls in effect and with even more tractors and farm mortgages traded for recruits….but I understand it was accepted and ignored back then. One hard fact exists. Cam Newton is the best college athlete I have seen in my lifetime with the total package, Bo Jackson a close second and Herchel Walker close behind (none of whom breached the doors at the Capstone). Those traiters I doubt have many regrets and are excited as I about the team with great chemistry and no quit now playing for the orange and blue. And by the way, Cam has a great supporting cast. Dyer was congradulated by Bo (knows football) for breaking Bo’s freshman rushing record tonight. Adams catches more balls that Julio Jones and our Offensive/Defensive lines have stars emerging as underclassment out of pure hard work and heart. You guys won alot of close games last year (some underservingly) and rode that wave all year with your chests poked out. Now it is our turn to shine and good sportmanship (if you ever played any ball) should have taught t you to sit back and enjoy the ride. Maybe Saban’s movie should have come out after this season instead of just prior to. I am anticipating the sequel…….I here it’s titled “What the hell happened? A’ight). Good luck with Ga. State……see you in T town……….by the way it in the western part of the state from Bham. War Cam Eagle!!! Maybe Hootie paid Saban too much……..but I am sure if anyone had paid the Newton family (and they didn’t), too little was paid. Good luck with a high profile bowl……maybe Hawaii again……you can work on your tan. We will own you in two weeks.

Lilburn Dawg

November 14th, 2010
6:43 am

Fine. Auburn won the game and no hard feelings about that. But what disappointed me about Auburn was the way they played because I didn’t expect that. Two players getting ejected. Fairley driving the QB into the ground whenever he could and hitting Murray late doing it. That’s just a cheap shot from a cheap player no matter how good he is otherwise. And even the instance when Newton looked as if he tried to slug a tackler in the face instead of it being a legal stiff-arm.

Can’t take anything away from Auburn. They won the game and will play for the SEC crown. But if I were an Auburn fan, I think I would be somewhat ashamed by how they did it.

T-Bone

November 14th, 2010
7:03 am

After untold arrests (starting with the former AD), I don’t think dawg fans can call anybody classless!

Besides, they were all clean hits. Quit complaining, puppies.

Sloan

November 14th, 2010
7:05 am

Auburn won. They had the best player money could buy playing for them. Whether or not the NCAA ever gets around to investigating that is completely out of our hands as UGA fans. But I will say that I have never hated Auburn. UF, Tennessee, Tech have been easy to hate. Based on what I saw last night, Auburn just firmly rooted themselves as the #1 team to hate. Fairley is a cheap shot artist and deserved to get chop blocked. And Chizik’s histrionics at the end of the game were some of the most classless actions I have ever witnessed by a head coach winning a game at home by 2 touchdowns well after the outcome has been decided.

Harleyman

November 14th, 2010
7:06 am

Congrats Auburn. Just remember Kharma is a beotch when it come to dirty play.

Sugar Hill Dawg

November 14th, 2010
7:11 am

Auburn played better than we did last night, Cam Newton is an unbelievable athlete, and I am happy for the Auburn fans. That being said, Auburn’s performance on the field last night was dirty, classless, and unacceptable. Nick Fairley repeatedly took late hits on Murray that were excessive. I also cannot believe the refs allowed it to happen all night. Auburn fans booing a UGA player that is hurt?…NO CLASS! I just hope for the Auburn fans sake, the SEC’s sake, and college football’s sake, that Auburn hasn’t wasted everyone’s time and this game / season doesn’t end up being removed from the record books. This rivalry just got a lot more personal!

phil

November 14th, 2010
7:12 am

AU has the best team money can buy.

Orange10

November 14th, 2010
7:13 am

“Cam Newton is the best college athlete I have seen in my lifetime”

Are you a one year old?

IndividUAl

November 14th, 2010
7:15 am

@Auburn finally gets its chance!!!

November 14th, 2010
6:42 am

“…coaching staff changes as the beloved Crimson Tide and without disrespecting/ruining a great pedigree of a coaching family the way you did I with Mike Shula’s treatment.” “Talledega”….

All due respect to AU Family, but you, sir, are a nimrod.

Sugar Hill Dawg

November 14th, 2010
7:18 am

T-Bone…you are right. UGA has had some off-the-field problems, but guess what, we deal with them. Damon Evans was fired, and players have been punished. What’s funny is that everyone is talking about how dirty your team played, and not about how your best player is probably ineligible any way. At least we punish our cheaters

Aceshigh

November 14th, 2010
7:19 am

It was a night that could have been celebrated with bragging rights,an SEC Championship game clincher,all we had to do was go play Alabama and go and win the SEC and then it was on to the National championship game.I have been bragging and shouting “War Eagle” everywhere I go.
Now I am embarrased,Don’t get me wrong, I love my team and I am proud of the accomplishment this year,But between Fairley hitting late and the punches thrown on the field was noting but childish and embarrasing. Thanks guys, Yall turned a night of celebration into a {Take my hat off and leave the sports bar quickly} kinda night. Grats for the score and for clinching the west but I hope coach works yall till ya can’t work no more for the embarrasment ya caused.

ricardo

November 14th, 2010
7:23 am

Auburn and Georgia have had a close and storied relationship for over a hundred years, It appears that thuggery and hooliganism has now entered the Auburn program . Fairly set out to seriously injure Murray .He is the prime candidate for thug of the year. Fate has a way of dealing with evil behavior. Alabama and South Carolina may very well end the run for the Auburn gangsters and surely Oregon will if they get that far.

Tired of UGA Whining

November 14th, 2010
7:24 am

UGA fans whine every time they lose. As for classless, get real – the poor behaviour of UGA administrators and athletes is well documented. Did you see the punches thrown under the pile by UGA? As for Fairley, very few of the hits were late – when the TV guys slow everything down to make a point it blows them out of proportion. It was clear Danielson had an agenda. By the way, he and Lundquist are awful – could they get anyone’s name right? Not to mention there is a solution to Fairley, BLOCK him! Quit your whining and get ready to watch all of the SEC bowl teams on TV.

UGAsux

November 14th, 2010
7:29 am

As expected, the pound puppies were going to call the AU players “classless” after the beat down; what a bunch of whiners. Look in the mirror pound puppies, wasn’t that the Clark County Correctional prison bus that your team returned to Athens in? Talk about classless! Oh, btw, Richt will be in Colorado next year coaching, you have never deserved him, too much class for your kind.
War Eagle!

UGA Wins!

November 14th, 2010
7:29 am

Hey Dawgs, you’ve already won this year! You beat Auburn 11 – 0 in the “players arrested” contest! Stay classy, Athens!

Buckeye

November 14th, 2010
7:32 am

It’s all George Bush’s fault…….

SuperB

November 14th, 2010
7:34 am

Gene Chizik is NOT embarrassed– what a crock. A team is a reflection of it’s coach. Did anyone pay attention to his sideline actions? Allowing Nick Fairley to play as dirty as he wants to is a reflection on Chizik and Auburn. Of course no kudos to the spineless SEC officials who permit this to continue, or to the CBS announcers who gloss over this type of play, apologizing for Fairley and Auburn.

Shame on Chizik, shame on auburn, and shame on the SEC officials. I refereed longer than most of these guys have and I would have ejected Fairley for driving his helmet into Aaron Murray’s back, an so would any other good ‘referee.’

sthgaboy

November 14th, 2010
7:37 am

Typical Auburn. This is exactly the same behavior I have seen from them since I began following this rivalry in the 60’s. Like Tech, they don’t know how to act when they have some success. Let’s not whine about it, let’s just remember it next November in Athens.

charles

November 14th, 2010
7:47 am

AU has made their bed with a coach that calls one of his own kids (he claims is family) a dumbass (read his lips) for an igsignificant infraction early in the game then ignores the thuggery at the end of the game. In fact, he relished in it. Fairley is well, what can you say, totally out of control, dangerous and unaware of how he will be perceived come draft time. Go ahead, get your championship because this Canes redoux isn’t going to last. However, Cam Newton is far and away the best talent in college football. Fans of SEC and football can only hope he can rise above the ugly mess he’s in at AU.

tell me again

November 14th, 2010
7:49 am

I love that comment “VERY FEW OF HIS HITS WERE LATE” LOL How many is very few – 4? 6? His hit of Murray in the back was in another friggin time zone you idiot – he should have been ejected after that one – once again the refs prove that they don’t want to derail a team that may go undefeated just because of a few little “technicalities” …. the smell coming from the Auburn football program is tangible all of the way to my house in Atlanta. The crow is coming to rest Aubbies – get ready.

Spike

November 14th, 2010
7:50 am

He should havebeen ejected after the cheap shot into Murrays’ back. Class act you have their Auburn.

truedawg

November 14th, 2010
7:50 am

Dirty plays was not the reason georgia lost play calling by bobo was garbage we shouldhave run the football more and time poss was the reason fire bobo

truedawg

November 14th, 2010
7:51 am

go dawgs need to beat tech

truedawg

November 14th, 2010
7:53 am

weshould have hit newton late rambo is srait garbage

ThUGA buddy

November 14th, 2010
7:57 am

So typical for thUGA “fans”. Blame someone/something else instead of addressing all your weaknesses. “Behavior”? Come on girls, this is football, not your popular “gymDAWGS”. Pull those skirts tight, “bullpup nation”! At least you have your beloved gymnastics to look forward to. Ruff ruff.

Musa Smith

November 14th, 2010
8:04 am

Fairley is a bum….there are a lot of UGA fans who considered Auburn a ‘friendly rival’. That changed last night because of Fairley and the running back who rolled over Sanders Commings’s ankle from behind. Roll Tide and Go Chickens!

Auburn Fan

November 14th, 2010
8:08 am

Look Ga fans, you beat us bad 4 years in a row. You pulled some classless stunts along the way. Yes the ejections were bad for us and I am ashamed of that but Fairley did not take you QB out with a LATE hit. He was trying to sack him and your players pushed him into Murray. Quit your whining and get even next year.

stan

November 14th, 2010
8:10 am

someone said uga fans are whiners everytime they lose are so true. they act like they should go 12-0 every year. gimme a break

Kharma

November 14th, 2010
8:10 am

Mr. Chizik: Dirty, dirty team. You are disappointed in your teams actions? You are pumping your fist on the sidelines watching this hypocrisy. You sell your soul to the devil then you must be prepared to suffer consequences. Might not be today, tomorrow, next month.. but it will come.. it will come..

Ron

November 14th, 2010
8:13 am

Cam’s talent is not even close to Jackson’s or Walker’s. He is a good college player, but, pro-wise, he won’t be playing QB. the Pro’s don’t run the type offense that Auburn does and you don’t have forever to do, whatever, like he did against GA. You just don’t get that kind of time.

Rested Durrow

November 14th, 2010
8:16 am

This thread is hilarious. I’ve read all comments and you guys are BOTH right. Auburn, you are classless, starting with Chizik, Cam, Fairley and your fans. GA you are whiners. Scoreboard! Get over your miserable season and go back to the recruiting game, which I believe you guys do at the local jail.

slaughdog

November 14th, 2010
8:16 am

if we did pay $200.00.00(which is totally false), it was a heck of a return.

War CAM Eagle

RosGator

November 14th, 2010
8:18 am

UGA speaking of classless! How about the entire Bulldog team dancing on the AU mid-filed logo during pregame. Thats not an emotional repsonse during the game but planned and sanctioned by Mark Richt. UGA O-line choping blocking, #39 for UGA having to be restrained by 3 UGA coachs from returning to fight at end of game, Number 5? of UGA attacking AU player (twice)after whistle on downed punt in third quarter, Richt walking to mid-field and to the goal line to argue with Officials in final two minutes. With game clearly lost, Richt putting Muarry in position to be injured knowing AU is teeing off against whipped UGA O-Line. UGA fans should look in mirror and stop the whinning.

Jim

November 14th, 2010
8:20 am

Wonder who made more money on last night’s game – Cam Newton or the refs?

Love UGA

November 14th, 2010
8:26 am

Enjoy your wins now Auburn for you will have to pay the piper later for making a deal with the devil. You should be embarrassed by some of the things that happened last night: Fairley’s obvious dangerous hits, the coach’s encouraging of it and high fiving him after he made the dangerous plays, the players who swung at UGA players, the fans who cheered when a UGA player was hurt, etc. But you are Auburn FAMILY and you will never admit embarrassment. You will probably defend Cam as FAMILY when the NCAA slams you when it comes out that his dad asked for money and he is ruled ineligible. You have always had a chip in your shoulder because your athletic program and your academic program has always been 2nd rate in the state of Alabama. You have always been so desperate to win that you have been willing to cheat time and time again. I used to hate Auburn after you shot the water on the fans (my grandmother was at the game and got soaked)but lately I had started to pull for Auburn. Not anymore. You obviously were the stronger team and knew you were going to win with Cam. The antics your players, your coaches, and your FANS showed was over the top and unnecesary for you to win. That is what lowclass people do when they are winning. We have had our problems at UGA, but no one can say that players haven’t been punished. There is a culture of acceptance at Auburn for ANYTHING as long as they are winning. I now remember fully why I used to hate Auburn and will pull for anyone, and I mean anyone who plays them. Even as much hate as there is in the UGA/GA Tech rivalry, I always pull for Tech when it doesn’t affect GA. All this being said, I have a Auburn friend who’s child is very smart and he wants his son to go to Auburn. The son told his father that he doesn’t want to settle for Auburn when UGA is a much more academic school. He just cannot understand why his son thinks choosing Auburn would be settling! Your winning season and Cam will still not earn you the respect that you are so desperate for.

Mr. Newton

November 14th, 2010
8:26 am

My boy needs a raise!!!!!!

RosGator

November 14th, 2010
8:27 am

Also, give AU team and fans a break,two emotional weeks of media attack based on converations generally from unamed persons other than a couple of yahoos in folks MS with little to do. There stories always changing slightly. It was UGA “shrill” Mark Schlabaugh that intitiated the media attack on Newton. NO agenda there!

UGA fans are the embarrassment

November 14th, 2010
8:32 am

You would think that you would be better losers considering all of the practice you’ve had… You guys do know it wasn’t illegal to block Fairley? Don’t want him to hit your QB, do something about it. You guys are an embarrassment to UGA.

Buzz

November 14th, 2010
8:43 am

Just curious on the persepctive of the Dawg fans on the UGA D twisting Nesbitt’s knee on the bottom of the pile last year ? Now introducing the pot to the kettle …..

LagDawg

November 14th, 2010
8:50 am

I’m glad Auburn is willing to risk the Death Penalty to win a NC. I have never seen a team that has become so hated in such a short time frame. Gene Chizik is a joke as a coach and wants to win by any means. What you sow, sow shall you reap. I hope all this is worth it. Auburn has to have the dirtiest player in college and I hope someone gets an illegal hit and ends his career. For the coach to say he was embarassed is a lie. He and the coaching staff highfived the guys after it took place. I hope UGA develops a killer mentality after this and circle this game next year. I don’t care what we do next year as long as we take out some Auburn players. If you don’t like my comments to hell with you. This was a great rivalry until this year and UA made this a hated event. Fairley should be suspended for his actions and the hit on Ryan Mallett was just as dirty, but I blame the officials for allowing it.

Flo-Ri-Duh!

November 14th, 2010
8:56 am

Chizik may be embarrassed about it NOW but at the time he was promoting the behavior on the field and you could see it in his antics on the sideline. No use crying about the illegal behavior that the refs often let get by. The best team won. If Cam Newton is innocent of NCAA violations that will come out and I hope if he is guilty that will be handled truthfully and not covered up like his behavior while at Florida was covered up. If a player is caught cheating he should be kicked out of school and be inelligible to play. If a player punches another player in the face, as Newton did on Rambo at the beginning of the game, he should be kicked out of the game as the rules specify. The ref did not penalize him – just gave him a warning. What is that about? Cam Newton was the difference.

Vince

November 14th, 2010
8:57 am

I do not recall Georgia fans “whining” about player misbehavior after the losses at Miss St, Arkansas, Colorado, USC, Florida, etc this year.

There is a reason they are complaining now. If you watched the game you would understand.

So Chizik is embarrassed about the actions of his players? He needs to look in the mirror. He led the hooliganism by cheering on the misbehavior from the sidelines! What about his assistant who gave a high five to Fairly at mid-field while he was doing his “I injured Aaron Murray” dance?

I have always pulled for Auburn except when they play UGA, but no more.

Vince

November 14th, 2010
8:59 am

@ Buzz

I do not recall that happening repeatedly during the game and then being cheered on by Richt. I also do not recall the player going to mid-field to do a dance and then getting a high five from a coach.

Did that happen and I miss it?

Boobie Bowden

November 14th, 2010
8:59 am

Dawgs just suck. End of discussion.

Vince

November 14th, 2010
9:01 am

@ Boobie

I don’t think anyone would disagree with that….but that is not really what the discussion was about.

What's a d a w g?

November 14th, 2010
9:03 am

Sore losers. Grow up ladies. It’s a game. You lost. Quit your whining. Think of it this way, you won the first quarter. Now shut up and call your probation officer.