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Phillips: Will Muschamp’s and Jalen Ramsey’s spats against journalists won’t end well for them

“You’re talking about a serious situation here just like we are at Ohio State,” said ESPN’s Paul Finebaum on Birmingham sports talk radio show Monday morning. “Unfortunately, in this case, we’ve seen someone die. I think that makes it more complex, and the fact that Will Muschamp stood up for him is magnanimous on Will Muschamp’s part out of friendship, but I was really dumbfounded by his logic and his reasoning. Maybe it comes after me being in journalism all my life, but for him to attack anonymous sources, it’s purely being tone-deaf. That’s unfortunately or fortunately the way the business works, and presidents have been overthrown because of anonymous sources. It doesn’t make every anonymous source right, but in this case, I think Will Muschamp was ill-advised to stand up for his friend. This was the wrong time to do it.

Carron J. Phillips

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