In 1991, former Auburn defensive back Eric Ramsey revealed that he had secretly recorded conversations between himself and Auburn coaches and boosters that implicated the latter in an illicit pay-for-play scheme operating within the Auburn football program.
In a Sports Illustrated article written in the immediate wake of the scandal, Coach Pat Dye defiantly asked SI writer Rick Telander: “You think Ramsey is going to be able to get a job? Who the hell would hire him…”
Nearly 20 years later, that question has, at least to a certain extent, been answered: Kimani Press, the African-American-geared imprint of Harlequin Enterprises.
Though rumors of a modeling career have swirled on Auburn message boards for years, TWER is _______ to present for the first time, and without commentary, the romance novel covers — and they’re real — of Eric Ramsey (your move, Wikipedia):
* Auburn Brew Club wins bet, quaffs Oregon homebrew
* Does Toomer’s Corner have Wake Forest competition?
* The story behind Auburn’s contributions to the 1989 “Girls of the SEC” Playboy pictorial
* Recent Auburn grad fighting porn star, others for Charlie Sheen’s affection
* New Jersey man buys Toomer’s Corner for $10,000
* Bama pays professional boxers to beat Auburn for the first time
* War Eagle IV attacks Florida player, Auburn penalized 15 yards
* The Great Bo Jackson A-Day Race of 1984
* Actor named Auburn can’t get gig going by his first name
* Man in Auburn shirt spotted helping Japan dig out
* Ronald Reagan was an Auburn fan
* That time Green Day played an Auburn house show
* Fantastic photos of Bjork inside Jordan-Hare Stadium
* Auburn buses still driving around Phoenix
* The Ten Best Auburn Games That Never Happened