This was in the Birmingham News this morning written by Aub's beat writer: Linebacker Willie Williams, one of the nation's top recruits from Miami's Carol City High School, visited Auburn last weekend. But the player-turned-author - he's chronicling his recruiting excursions for The Miami Herald - may have talked himself into a difficult situation. After praising Florida State for buying him four lobsters, two steaks and shrimp scampi at one meal, the boisterous Williams complained his trip to Auburn featured just ribs, buffalo wings, shrimp and, worst of all, spinach dip. Not even the Tigerettes, the athletic program's hostesses, could cheer him up about spinach dip. "You know how it is, those girls are supposed to be there to cheer you up," he told The Herald. "But I told them, `I ain't no animal, and I ain't going to eat no plant.' It was disgusting." Williams also said a party he attended after that was the highlight because none of the "farmer girls" he saw on campus earlier were seen at the party. "I was kind of worried all Auburn had to offer was those farmer girls that talked funny," Williams said. "But the girls at the party weren't farmer girls at all. I thought they must have bused them in from Miami." Uh-huh. Take four lobsters and call Florida State in the morning. Charles Goldberg covers Auburn University athletics for The News.