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3leftturns

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What a writer
BruinBlue

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I was going for the part that said "he has brought relevance to a program that had little, if any, prior to his arrival?" - pretty sure if this was happening at Miss St. there wouldn't be near the outcry.


deflection ...
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you'd be crazy to think people in this day and age arent ready to take down any and every program ... theres always someone gunning for ya ... and if you make yourself a target and i dont just mean winning ... they will hit the bullseye sooner or later ...
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What a writer


Who Don Henley?
eyenoall

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I blame this all on candrea. He's the one who introduced douchiness, Cockiness and arrogance with a bit of dirtbag to the sport.
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I've had limited dealings with  both and I see no comparison with Candrea to the Meyers. He's never been anything but a gentleman and has always shown a willingness to discuss softball at the park. 
3leftturns

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same
eyenoall

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Y'all are no fun, I'm taking my ball and going home.
ZTE

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Candrea goes to mass
Wonder if the Meyers attend church
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So what would you do in the situation? If I have a son one day and I have known him his whole life and people are telling me that he's a terrible person that is cheating on his wife and he denies it, I'm probably going to believe him. If I don't believe him, but there is no proof, I will probably lecture him on not being a piece of trash and then tell him he needs to figure his life out. That seems to be what happened her. What I wouldn't do is publically say "Yep my son resigned because he is a miserable human being that cheated on his wife with a college girl and not only destroyed his marriage, but destroyed his kids' lives." Some people need to forget about hating Clint for a minute and remember he is a dad that is likely trying to handle this in a way that doesn't further destroy his son's and grandchildrens' lives more than they have already been destroyed.


Which were destroyed by Corey's choice.

Let me share (this will be one of the most serious/sincere things I will ever write on this board):



When I was about to graduate High School, my dad had been unfaithful to my mother for quite some time. When he left, he not only took everything we had...but publically humiliated us with his actions and lack of self control.

We lost our house, and our cars. He wiped us out. So, surely we thought that his mother (my grandmother) and his sister (aunt) would reach out to us and help us. Wrong. We were thrown completely away....but that's not what hurt the most. What really killed me was that they refused to acknowledge what he had done at all, and if it hadn't been for my mom's side of the family....we would e had absolutely nothing.

If Clint is saving face because they are genuinely going to try and piece this family back together, then I would understand that. However, if he is sweeping this under the rug solely to cover his son...that is another story. I am not sure if Corey's wife has family in the area, but I certainly hope so.

Rumor or not, this has been a repetitive issue. At some point, it's better to let someone learn from their faults rather than soften the blow. His wife and children should not have to suffer in silence to maintain Clint or Corey's reputation. Losing his family must not mean a lot to him, as he continually puts his relationship with them on the line in order to seek out a moment's pleasure.

The family shouldn't have to continue to pay. Hopefully, this will end and he will get his life together. If not, I hope his wife sets herself and her kids free from this. Scars last forever, and altar the way you live mentally & emotionally. This is far more than some scandal.

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Candrea goes to mass
Wonder if the Meyers attend church


Corey goes to ass. Lmao
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I highly doubt if anyone on here knows who has been "destroyed" and what is going on in their lives. The guy lost his livelihood and will never be able to coach women again. If his wife has any sense she boots him out. This coach/player stuff is not new.
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Corey goes to ass. Lmao


make that plural ... asses
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I've had limited dealings with  both and I see no comparison with Candrea to the Meyers. He's never been anything but a gentleman and has always shown a willingness to discuss softball at the park. 



Exactly, Candrea has a pretty sterling reputation.  Very down to earth man, and his wife Tina is also super nice and engaging.

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Which were destroyed by Corey's choice. Let me share (this will be one of the most serious/sincere things I will ever write on this board): When I was about to graduate High School, my dad had been unfaithful to my mother for quite some time. When he left, he not only took everything we had...but publically humiliated us with his actions and lack of self control. We lost our house, and our cars. He wiped us out. So, surely we thought that his mother (my grandmother) and his sister (aunt) would reach out to us and help us. Wrong. We were thrown completely away....but that's not what hurt the most. What really killed me was that they refused to acknowledge what he had done at all, and if it hadn't been for my mom's side of the family....we would e had absolutely nothing. If Clint is saving face because they are genuinely going to try and piece this family back together, then I would understand that. However, if he is sweeping this under the rug solely to cover his son...that is another story. I am not sure if Corey's wife has family in the area, but I certainly hope so. Rumor or not, this has been a repetitive issue. At some point, it's better to let someone learn from their faults rather than soften the blow. His wife and children should not have to suffer in silence to maintain Clint or Corey's reputation. Losing his family must not mean a lot to him, as he continually puts his relationship with them on the line in order to seek out a moment's pleasure. The family shouldn't have to continue to pay. Hopefully, this will end and he will get his life together. If not, I hope his wife sets herself and her kids free from this. Scars last forever, and altar the way you live mentally & emotionally. This is far more than some scandal.



Thank you for sharing.  I knew you had a much deeper understanding of the repercussions on the family that the dad (or mom in some cases) risked by dipping his wick in an unequal relationship.  Fck Corey Myers..and glad you made it through ok too.
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Any of our Louisiana peeps remember Gary Plauche?
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It seems that there is some disconnect just because this was the HC's son.  That should not be a factor, and that it clearly was only makes this worse by Clint.  There are reasons so many businesses have anti-nepotism policies. Don't confuse the fact that Clint is the father with the fact that as far as Auburn is concerned he was Corey's BOSS.  It was Clint's job to know what was going on and what happened is his responsibility.  The fact that it was his son is not an excuse.  He put himself in that position by choosing to hire his son.  The fact that he put his family ahead of what his son was doing to the program may be understandable - but it is wrong.  If he couldn't do what was right and put the school first he should have stepped down.  This failure falls squarely at Clint Meyer's feet.
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I was driving through Auburn and stopped at Jane B. Moore field. This vehicle was in the parking lot....
 

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Just FYI...Ralph Weekly was the head coach at Pacific Lutheran in 1986 and 1987.  One of the players on the roster those two years was someone named Karen Kvale.  She's now known as Karen Weekly.  

And she did serve as an assistant under Ralph from the end of her playing days until 1994. Not sure when the relationship cultivated, but have always found it interesting.
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Any of our Louisiana peeps remember Gary Plauche?

The son posts on Tigerdroppings and has an almost odd pride about being involved in the whole situation. 
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Clint would take him back in a heartbeat.

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2017/04/auburn_softball_coach_clint_myers_corey_myers_resignation.html
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Clint would take him back in a heartbeat.

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2017/04/auburn_softball_coach_clint_myers_corey_myers_resignation.html


Curious who on here believes this statement?


"Clint Myers said he did not know if Corey Myers' resignation was connected to the leave of absence he took from the program during the fall and had no explanation as to how his son was best serving his family by resigning from a job in which he earned approximately $100,000 in annual total compensation."

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Curious who on here believes this statement?


"Clint Myers said he did not know if Corey Myers' resignation was connected to the leave of absence he took from the program during the fall and had no explanation as to how his son was best serving his family by resigning from a job in which he earned approximately $100,000 in annual total compensation."


This auburn fans! This is why they are scum bags and why the program has morphed into a complete and total disgrace!
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The son posts on Tigerdroppings and has an almost odd pride about being involved in the whole situation. 
I only mention him only because one enters very dangerous territory when taking advantage of a father's child, no matter if they are 10, or barely legal
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Curious who on here believes this statement?


"Clint Myers said he did not know if Corey Myers' resignation was connected to the leave of absence he took from the program during the fall and had no explanation as to how his son was best serving his family by resigning from a job in which he earned approximately $100,000 in annual total compensation."


Omg what a fkn liar!!!!
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This auburn fans! This is why they are scum bags and why the program has morphed into a complete and total disgrace!


You've always had issues with him since auburn lapped your gamecocks. Haters going to hate
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Omg what a fkn liar!!!!


Of that there is no doubt
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Curious who on here believes this statement?


"Clint Myers said he did not know if Corey Myers' resignation was connected to the leave of absence he took from the program during the fall and had no explanation as to how his son was best serving his family by resigning from a job in which he earned approximately $100,000 in annual total compensation."



No living human being with a functioning brain believes that statement. Not only is it the most obvious LIE imaginable, it is downright patronizing. Hey Clint, maybe next time go with "Even though he is my son, this is a personnel matter which I am prohibited from commenting on publicly."  Because if you're not embarrassed about what you did say, you should be!

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An acquaintance of mine went round and round with Corey on a softball issue a while back with an Auburn player backing him up
Interesting to see if this player sides with him again
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No living human being with a functioning brain believes that statement. Not only is it the most obvious LIE imaginable, it is downright patronizing. Hey Clint, maybe next time go with "Even though he is my son, this is a personnel matter which I am prohibited from commenting on publicly."  Because if you're not embarrassed about what you did say, you should be![/QUOTE

So patronizing agreed!
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Is it possible that the rumors on the board aren't true?

Also, in related Auburn family coaching news Bruce Pearl has promoted his son from a Director of Ops to Assistant Coach.
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