Interesting nuggets in the comments section of the ESPN spice story. Readers were slagging on the habit that ESPN seems to have for writing negative stories about Auburn especially given this one is such a brazen, thouroughly discredited hack job.
BTW, has anyone wondered why there was zero commment about Alabama football and spice in that article? Wouldn't how they dealt with the situation be useful context?
Anyway, Mark Schlabach, an ESPN columnist, responded but his answers might surprise some who consider ESPN trustworthy. ESPN has zero credibility when it comes to Auburn and Mark Schlabach pretty much admits it:
Originally Posted by pace tiger;Originally Posted by Mark Schlabach;Originally Posted by My2Cents2011;Originally Posted by Mark Schlabach;Originally Posted by ntense001;http://espn.go.com/ncf/conversations...etic-pot-testsOriginally Posted by Mark Schlabach;
In the interest of fairness, there is always the caveat that the real Mark Schlabach didn't post those responses. The shoe fits though.