ESPN Exploits Death Of Aaron Douglas To Dicuss Alabama Depth Chart Rumors

This one is really disgusting.

ESPN.com is running a story on their “Insider” package that basically uses the death of an actual human being in order to talk about the depth chart for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

No seriously.

The guy writing this atrocity, Albert Lin, even goes so far as to recognize that what he is doing is ridiculous but then goes ahead and says it anyway.

Although it is far from the most important result of this development, Douglas’ death leaves the door wide open for five-star OT Cyrus Kouandjio to seize the job when he arrives this summer.

A man is dead, DEAD, but STILL! This means someone is going to get his starting spot on the football field!

It’s been about 20 minutes since I first saw this and I am still mind boggled over it. Lin writes “In what qualifies as devastating news” but apparently the news isn’t devastating enough to get the conversation started on who is going to replace him in football.

Has this guy totally lost his mind? Absolutely shameful.

Topics: ESPN.com. Alabama Crimson Tide

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