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Two Auburn football players harass veteran and her service dog

18 February 2015 - 08:32 AM

Two Auburn football players stand accused of harassing a military veteran and her service dog, in what was described as a rather despicable scene. It’s not a shut and closed manner, as the two players in question merely stand accused of this heinous act, but sometimes that’s all it takes to ruin your public image.

The incident was posted on a Facebook page called Service Dog Memes and alleges that two football players harassed a disabled veteran who needs the use of a service dog to help her cope with PSTD and other ailments that have resulted from her time in active duty.

Here’s the post from the group who are passing around the incident — which is still nothing mroe than an allegation at this point.

The players in question here are defensive tackle Dontavious Russell and defensive lineman Andrew Williams, identified by their numbers in the post above.

No one is doubting that this is heinous, if true, but there is still some hope that it’s false. It’s hard to stomach this kind of disregard for respect of your fellow human, which is where the hope that his just a Facebook hoax — of which this has all the makings of. But it sounds too real and if it is, then there is going to be some serious fallout from this.

Lightly Buzzed reached out to Auburn University for comment and were told that the incident is being investigated.

It didn’t end there. The sister of the alleged victim took to Facebook to publicly shame the players in question for their treatment of her sister.

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Georgia to hire Stanford's RB Coach Lance Taylor as new WR's coach

16 February 2015 - 08:51 AM

ATHENS — Georgia has found its new wide receivers coach, and he’ll be traveling across the continental U.S. to join the Bulldogs.

Lance Taylor, who is currently the running backs coach at Stanford, will succeed Tony Ball as UGA’s receivers coach, sources with knowledge of the hiring process told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Taylor, 34, fits in the mold of several of the Bulldogs’ hires of late in that he has Alabama connections. A former Crimson Tide football player, Taylor walked on as a wide receiver and played in 38 consecutive games from 1999-2003. He was also a graduate assistant at Alabama from 2007-08, the same time current Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt was there as director of player development.

Taylor also has connections to new UGA offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. The two were together with the New York Jets while Taylor served first as an offensive intern, then as a quality-control assistant and eventually an assistant tight ends coach. Taylor also coached for a year with the Carolina Panthers as assistant wide receivers coach.

Taylor succeeds Ball, who leave Athens Wednesday to join the LSU staff as wide receivers coach. Ball had been the Bulldogs’ receivers’ coach since 2009 and a member of Mark Richt’s staff since 2006.

Roquan Smith commits to Georgia

13 February 2015 - 08:54 AM

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Florida still waiting for 5-star CeCe Jefferson to fax LOI

05 February 2015 - 11:05 AM

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida landed a commitment from 5-star defensive end CeCe Jefferson on Wednesday afternoon, but as of Thursday morning, Jefferson has yet to become an official member of the Gators' 2015 signing class.
As of 10:45 a.m., GatorBait.net can confirm that Jefferson has not yet faxed the national letter of intent he signed live on the air on ESPNU on Wednesday. Jefferson had planned to send it Thursday morning instead of on signing day after hosting a big party and barbecue at his house to announce his decision on TV.
Jefferson's father, Leo Jefferson, confirmed that the fax has not yet been sent.
"No, sir," Jefferson said.
Asked by 247Sports if there was a reason the fax has not yet been sent, Jefferson replied simply "Yes, sir." Prompted for a reason, Jefferson replied "I can't tell you that."
Brady Ackerman, a sideline reporter for the Gator Sports Network, reported live on the air with Bill King on 94.9 The Game in Nashville, Tenn., that Jefferson's father is refusing to sign the letter of intent.

"Now he's going to be a Gator, but as of right now his letter of intent has not been received by Florida," Ackerman said. "You say, well what's the story there, Brady? There's a lot of back story to this, so I'm giving you what people I know in Baker County in Florida, Macclenny just outside of Jacksonville, are telling me, Bill. Not what the coaches are telling me, not what I think that I know from the inside the University of Florida. This is straight from the folks I know at Baker County, and I know a lot of them.

"Apparently his dad is not allowing him to sign with Florida just yet. His dad, his mom, while live together don't see eye to eye. The mom wants him to go to Florida. There's a lot of Gators in Baker County. As you know, the proximity, Bill, is very close to the University of Florida. This kid wants to be a Gator and apparently his dad is not signing it. From what I understand, he's 19, but I was also told a parent still has to sign it.

"That's where the story ends for me right now. From the Florida perspective, they feel very confident that CeCe Jefferson will be a Gator and that he is a Gator, but from the legal standpoint, we kind of went through this yesterday with [Byron] Cowart down at Armwood, it's not officially official, if you will."
GatorBait.net will continue to update with the latest on Jefferson's situation as more news becomes available.