Got a bit of a twist here on the show today because, as you know, from time to time we like to bring folks from off our standard path on the podcast to discuss topics. Today we've got Larry Lank Lank on the show to hit on his most popular jam 6'6" 250 the track spawned by all of the controversy surrounding Cam Newton as well as talk a little Nick Fairley and the Toomer's Corner incident. Be sure to check out Larry's whole album, The Cam Newton LP available for your consumption on iTunes as well.
We get into the discussion by talking about everything surrounding 6'6" 250 and as Cam sat in the midst of a Heisman and BCS Championship season there were journalist gunning from all over in an attempt to sully the kid's name. Larry put the song out there as a way to get a positive message out about the best player on the team he cares about deeply. As he termed it, they were able to spout off their nasty opinions so I thought I'd give mine too.
Talk turns to the Auburn family as a whole as we discuss the Harvey Updyke situation and the poisoning of the Toomer's Corner Trees. As I stated before the act was about more than trees and anyone who can't understand that must not be a part of a legitimate college football tradition. Larry expounds upon that ideal as he talks about his recent trip to Auburn's campus, the electric feel of being at Toomer's Corner and then the devastation in hearing about the probably loss of the trees.
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