Reuben Foster Has The Hang Of Alabama-Auburn Rivalry

If a recruit is going to flip from the Alabama Crimson Tide to the Auburn Tigers, or vice-versa, they might as well just go hard. Reuben Foster did just that, turning his change of heart into a wonderfully delicious trolling moment. I'm sure fans won't at all be upset.

Oh, no, everything is on fire.

Let's go back to T.J. Yeldon, because that's where the story starts. Back in December, Yeldon, like Foster, also reversed field and headed from one state power to another ... but he went in the opposite direction, instead switching from Auburn to Alabama.

This was Yeldon's statement at the time:

"At the end of the day I feel like the University of Alabama is the best situation and fit for me and my family. I am 100 percent confident with my final decision"

Now let's take a look at the statement Foster made on Thursday:

"At the end of the day, I feel like Auburn is the best situation for me and my family," Foster told reporters at his press conference. "I am 100-percent confident in my final decision."

Hey, those look ... wait a minute. Oh, job well done, sir.

Via Friends Of The Program.

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