Re: SEC Football Discussion Thread
Originally Posted by RiverRat13
He got caught with weed and a gun in his car. And the cop who pulled him over got fired for basically trying to cover up for Dyer by taking the gun and tossing out the weed (must have been a big Arkansas St. fan).
You might be right that he would still be a Gator under Meyer (especially after reading the long espn.com article about him), but the word was that Dyer failed a drug test that not only led to his suspension for the bowl game but also would have cost him multiple games the next season. There is no definitive answer that Dyer was told to "take a hike" by Auburn, rather it is quite possible (if not probable) that he left on his own.
He was told he had to do X to get Y (i.e. be reinstated). He did not do X.
It's that simple.
Auburn didn't have to do anything in response to a drug test if that truly was the issue-he was suspended for a violation of team rules. You tried making that point with an earlier link. Auburn did.
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