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They paid player to return for their senior seasons, and changed grades to keep players eligible................... shocking.......................
Auburn's football program changed players' grades to secure eligibility, offered money to potential NFL draft picks to return for their senior seasons and violated recruiting rules under former coach Gene Chizik, according to a report by Selena Roberts.
This post was edited by 4wahoos 12 months ago
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The funny thing is usually schools get punished under staffs that had nothing to do with the rule breaking. But good ole Gus is gonna get it. Good riddance.
Oh snap. Good point.
Auburn is almost as bad as uNC...which means they can do whatever they want and nothing substantive will happen. NCAA is a joke.
bet nothing happens
Wonder which coaches were involved?
Auburn may have cheated but that article is total bullcrap. How do you give a player enough cash to keep him from making the money he would in the NFL? Everyone quoted has an axe to grind.
Well, they paid over a million bucks to get "Scam Newton" to come to play there, don't care what the NCAA says in their investigation, so anything is possible, and with the track record in the past, I believe they did all of these things and more.coachrobbie is right, The SEC is pretty much untouchable, they are the cash cow of college football like it or not, just like UNCheat is in basketball, so nothing happens. The NCAA is not going to bite the hand that feeds them.
VT coaches Grimes and Scott L probably knew about all these rules being violated from their days at Auburn.
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