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Alabama University Employee Fired For Taunting Cam Newton With Songs During Pregame Of The Iron Bowl

SportsIllustrated – The University of Alabama has fired an employee who played songs aimed at Auburn quarterback Cam Newton before the Iron Bowl.

University spokeswoman Debbie Lane said Monday that the part-time staffer was fired for the unauthorized songs. Take the Money and Run and Son of a Preacher Man were played while Newton and the Tigers warmed up. The NCAA has been investigating allegations that Newton’s father, a pastor, solicited $180,000 from Mississippi State during recruiting.

Lane said in a statement that all music and videos played in the stadium before and during games have to be approved by a senior athletic administrator. She said the staffer — who was not named — didn’t get those songs cleared. Continue Reading

This is some bullsh*t. The employee fired was just doing his damn job as a deejay.

Alabama vs Auburn is one of the biggest rivalries in college football. Anything is fair game when these 2 SEC powerhouses match up.

“Take the Money and Run” and “Son of a Preacher Man” are American classics that can be played at any time during a sporting event.

The employee found the perfect songs that can be applied to the allegations surrounding Cam Newton but also enjoyed by fans who have no idea about the allegations.

Debbie Lane should be fired for firing this employee! Who cares about Cam Newton’s feelings??!!

If Cam Newton is grown enough to take money from boosters and agents, he’s grown enough to take a few personal shots before a rivalry game.

 

I guess Cam Newton is too important to be made fun of.

 

 

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