A source tells me that Mr. Evans attended Galveston College for a short time before getting a job at the Houston Chronicle. When inaccuracies in his resume were discovered, he quietly left the Chronicle for a role at the NYT office in Houston. With these new additions to his resume he was able to get a job as a sportswriter at Fox Sports. A confident of Thayer says that he was told that there is nothing illegal in accepting money from alumni of one school to write articles that portray either players or other schools as dirty. "You just have to be vague enough to avoid slander and libel charges."
Evans was reportedly calling professors in order to get dirt on star quarterback Cam Newton. Evans has made it clear he has it out for Newton and was in the process of continuing his witch hunt against the Heisman hopefully.
I still think he goes third round in the draft
Then I guess the decision is to keep Mathieu and get rid of the entire LSU Compliance Department?
Tyrann Mathieu 'Permanently Ineligible To Play Football At LSU,' Says LSU Compliance Officer
By JP Starkey on Aug 13, 6:30p
Louisiana State's compliance officer ended any speculation that recently-dismissed defensive back Tyrann Mathieu could return to the team in 2013.
Per the Shreveport Times, Bo Bahnsen, LSU's senior associate director for NCAA compliance, declared Mathieu "permanently ineligible" at LSU.
If NFL execs are saying he's a 3rd round pick in the next draft, then he's gone.
And he has a much better chance of raising his stock by coming back than lowering it at this point. I think his stock took a considerable hit with the suspension so it can only go up if he returns unless he really plays terrible