Auburn Fans Don’t Like ESPN, Mark Schlabach

Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 7:44 pm ET

College Football, Kissed With Apocalypse

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Mark Schlabach gets called out by Auburn fansWhether it’s due to being an alumnus of a bitter rival (The University of Georgia), or because he’s allegedly just another pawn in the game of the Worldwide Leader’s apparently evil, agenda driven sports coverage, it’s clear that fans on The Plains aren’t terribly taken by Mark Schlabach.

Maybe it’s because Mark had the audacity to write something so obviously biased against poor ole Cam Newton. I don’t know, but the chants of “You suck!,” “Tell the truth!,” and “You’re terrible!” have never better exemplified the class and nobility of Auburn Tiger/War Eagle/Flying War Tiger fans.

I mean, YouTube user stagman1′s description of this video really nails it, yeah?:

“Journalist,” Mark Schlabach receives less than warm welcome from Auburn fans shortly after feeding misinformation to the media in a well-timed smear campaign against Auburn’s Heisman front-runner, Cam Newton.

Oh, by the way, in case you didn’t notice, the #sarcasm tag is tautly attached to this post…

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2 Responses to “Auburn Fans Don’t Like ESPN, Mark Schlabach”

  1. AKGEE Protections Says:

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  2. Louparte Says:

    It’s time for the NCAA & BCS to drop the charade. It’s pathetic that a a gifted college athlete cannot be paid for his work on the field. These kids make their schools tens of millions of dollars every year. Yet the NCAA & the BCS launch a witch hunt if they take a few hundred dollars — that they need just to survive.

    These aren’t rich kids. The NCAA &BCS need to STFU and start paying these players who do so much for their schools. They risk everything, their health, their futures, for what?

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