Found November 28, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
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Former Auburn star Charles Barkley doesn’t shy away from doing everything in his power to make sure that Auburn University is competing at the highest level. Just as a reminder of Barkley’s concern for Auburn athletics, we point you to the time when he basically admitted that he tried to illegally recruit Dirk Nowitzki to play at Auburn. With that in mind, a report from Christina Chambers of NBC 38 in Alabama that Barkley is “pushing hard” for Auburn to look beyond Bobby Petrino’s baggage and hire the coach to replace the recently fired Gene Chizik. NBC 38′s Christina Chambers spoke with Sir Charles Barkley Tuesday. He’s pushing hard for Petrino. Barkley was against the hiring of Chizik from the beginning throwing his weight behind Turner Gill to be the next head coach, but says this time, Auburn needs to get it right, and it starts with Petrino. “I understand he has some baggage but he’s a hell of a coach, and we shouldn’t try to play judge and jury and moral judge. He made a mista...
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