Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle says Remington Outdoor Co. is moving full speed ahead with plans to produce firearms in Huntsville starting in 2015, despite a digital technology firm's possible attempt to acquire Remington.
"You have such great relationships with all these players and hate to see them leave," Saban said. "You certainly do appreciate the great job they've done of representing the program while you're here, but you're also extremely excited and happy for them to be able to have an opportunity to fulfill their dream of being able to play at the next level."
Auburn brand is so much better than this. EVERY freak'n season its HOW? WHY? WHEN? WHAT? Go get Bruce and put him to work on the Plains of Auburn He turned the vols around. If it can be done in Tenn, then it can be done in Auburn. DO IT RIGHT AND AU-NATION WILL BRING THE NOISE!! WDE!!
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