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TheNarrator

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Some of you are missing my point - All I am saying is that if ANY emails were sent on this subject within the Auburn athletic department, they should be available via a FOIA request.  I have a hard time believing that if he was investigated and suspended in the fall, and then had players go to HCCM in the spring, that not a single email was sent to the sport supervisor or there were no correspondence between the supervisor and the AD.  That's all I am saying.

I don't need to see them to know he should be gone if what is being said here is true. 
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So you are thinking the AD didn't ask Clint why his son was resigning from his $100,000 a year job?
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I am saying that he more than likely did and there was some email correspondence about it by someone in the department.
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I am saying that he more than likely did and there was some email correspondence about it by someone in the department.


Sorry my post was directed at Still_JAD.

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Some of you are missing my point - All I am saying is that if ANY emails were sent on this subject within the Auburn athletic department, they should be available via a FOIA request.  I have a hard time believing that if he was investigated and suspended in the fall, and then had players go to HCCM in the spring, that not a single email was sent to the sport supervisor or there were no correspondence between the supervisor and the AD.  That's all I am saying.

I don't need to see them to know he should be gone if what is being said here is true. 


That's an overly simplistic expectation.

For one, every state open records law is different.

For another, any email or other documentation that even mentions a student can be withheld under FERPA -- the institution can make that judgment and it would be up to a requestor to prove in court (without being able to see the documents in question) that they did not apply.

Also, many states have exceptions (as in things that don't have to be produced under a FOIA request) for personnel matters (same with open meetings laws, where they go in executive session to discuss the 'good name and character' of an employee and not disclose what was discussed).

Open records requests have to be specific. You can't just say, "I'd like a copy of every email Coach So-and-So produced in the last 18 months" on a fishing expedition, or "every email that mentions Coach So-and-So." And the university is the one who gets to decide what meets what you ask for -- if you ask for "every email that discusses the resignation of Coach So-and-So," they can eliminate every email before the resignation since he hadn't resigned yet. Etc.

If you're a citizen, you can ask for these things. You might learn a lot when you get (or don't get) the response expected.

EDIT: You also don't walk into an office, say "I want these emails" and walk out 30 minutes later with them in hand. They can take their time about getting them to you in many states. Or they can charge a boat-load of money for them -- I remember something USA Today did where they requested certain documents from schools in all 50 states and Maryland wanted like thousands of dollars in "processing fees." I seem to remember Auburn was one that wanted a lot of money and took a lot of time, but I'm not 100 percent on that.
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blaming posters on a message board for talking about things that are happening is not the problem. 

THE FACT THAT THERE IS SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT IS THE PROBLEM. 

take it up with Clint, Corey or Jay. hold those people who have an actual impact in what is going on accountable. 


Exactly.
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EarlyGrayce

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I was going to post this on the Corey Myers threads, but it looks like they are gone. Here's an interesting read on Baillie Gibson put together by OTL.

http://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story/_/id/18900659/university-arizona-coach-threatened-one-athletes-blackmail-violence-death-school-stopped-him
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Originally Posted by flgrad91


Great AD hire Alabama.[rolleyes]



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Hate to say it, but this ain't the first occurrence of this type with AU softball,,,,it happened with the previous regime as well.
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Any truth to Auburn coach's Fall situation & his resignation this Spring due to his wanting to concentrate on getting his degree so he could qualify to become a Head Coach.


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Any truth to Auburn coach's Fall situation & his resignation this Spring due to his wanting to concentrate on getting his degree so he could qualify to become a Head Coach.





Come on now...not when you say you need to be close to and to concentrate on your family while mentioning not one thing about school!  Lol.
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And, leave suddenly in the middle of the night?
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Any truth to Auburn coach's Fall situation & his resignation this Spring due to his wanting to concentrate on getting his degree so he could qualify to become a Head Coach.


I will wait for @gtwstock to respond, since he has showered with Auburn AD Jay Jacobs and has inside information on all things Auburn softball.  The last thing I want to do is post any misinformation...but if Jay Jacobs hires Corey Myers to replace his father there is a 98.2% chance Jay will be looking for a job himself.
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Any truth to Auburn coach's Fall situation & his resignation this Spring due to his wanting to concentrate on getting his degree so he could qualify to become a Head Coach.




Highly unlikely. That's some Trumpesque spin right there
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Come on now...not when you say you need to be close to and to concentrate on your family while mentioning not one thing about school!  Lol.


A reporter asked Clint how it was better for his son's family for the son to 'resign' from a job that pays him close to $100,000 a year and instead be unemployed.

I believe Clint's answer was "I don't know."
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A reporter asked Clint how it was better for his son's family for the son to 'resign' from a job that pays him close to $100,000 a year and instead be unemployed.

I believe Clint's answer was "I don't know."
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