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Pat Dye on Selena Roberts: ‘She must have a vendetta against Auburn’

Picture 54Our own Melody Kitchens hung out with the great Pat Dye today. She asked him if he remembered anything about Selena Roberts, who was assistant sports editor and later sports editor at the Plainsman during her senior year (1987-88) at Auburn (check out her classic column on Jeff Burger and puberty).

“No. I don’t remember her,” Dye said. “She must have a vendetta against Auburn, for her to have gone here and what she wrote. Maybe she has a vendetta against the time when the communication and journalism schools were made into one department. I remember that was a big deal.”

For more on Pat Dye and vendettas, go here.

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