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So far, Auburn head coach Gene Chizik and former players Zac Ethridge, Travis Williams, Quentin Groves, Craig Stevens, Lee Ziemba, Jerraud Powers, Walter McFadden and many, many others have reacted to the story.
Chizik called the show "pure garbage."
McFadden said he was never paid and that surely former head coach Tommy Tuberville couldn't have been involved, because Tuberville "said 10 words" during his 10-year stint at the school.
Other players bashed the program, offered their perspective of the truth and called out the former players.
Ziemba sent a tweet to Paul Finebaum saying that he would join the show to give everybody the whole truth. Former half back Mario Fannin said in a tweet that no allegations surrounding Auburn right now are true.
Junior Rosegreen and AuburnUndercover.com writer Jeffrey Lee both have said that they, in person, saw McClover buy a car with pell grant money, not with money he received from Auburn.
Byron Isom said that none of the players are credible. Also, Lee Ziemba was very vocal on his twitter account. Here are some tweets he sent out:
"I started 52 games for Auburn, played on a 14-0 national championship team.... and saw no money from any boosters or the team itself."
"Funny HBO story just broke. Couple former players lying to bring our past season down. Keep dreaming fellas. Ain't nothing gonna"
"I know the two players on this I played with both had bad divorces w/ auburn. Definitely trying to get at us with lies."
Travis Williams and Quentin Groves both appeared on live Ustreams after the show and lambasted the program and shed light on what really happened. Nothing involved money.