Auburn has officially released a statement on the Bryan Harsin situation, though they didn’t address him directly in it.
The school wants the fanbase to know that they’re currently collecting information from different places and that it doesn’t make decisions based on social media.
“The Auburn administration is judiciously collecting information from a variety of perspectives,
including our student-athletes, and moving swiftly to understand any issues in accordance with university policies and procedures,” the statement reads.
Decisions regarding the future of Auburn and its athletics programs, as always, are made in the interests of our great university and in fairness to all concerned.
We do not make institutional decisions based on social media posts or media headlines.”
The college football world was a little confused by this statement on social media as it didn’t say much of anything.
Harsin is coming off a 6-7 season in his first year as the Tigers head coach. He still plans on being the head coach next season at this time.