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The NCAA is investigating the Auburn football program for recruiting violations and improper benefits. Multiple assistants have been pulled off the road from recruiting. From Yahoo! Sports...
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According to multiple sources, NCAA investigators have spent weeks looking into potential improprieties involving Auburn recruits, players, coaches, representatives of the school’s athletic interests and third parties. Assistant coaches Trooper Taylor and Curtis Luper have been scrutinized by the NCAA, sources said. Taylor is the assistant head coach and wide receivers coach, while Luper coaches running backs and is the recruiting coordinator.

Both Taylor and Luper were taken off the road recruiting several weeks ago amid the NCAA probe, sources said.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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I hope they have some dirt on the gumps and can roll on them in exchange for a better deal.
Reply49 months
So whats new? Auburn has been one the biggest cheaters the past 30 years. As a matter of fact, the whole state. Bama has been one of the biggest cheaters. Though i will say this, as long as they have Saban, they wont need to cheat
Reply49 months
If they had to vacate this year's wins at least there wouldn't be much paperwork involved.
Reply49 months
They cheated and still suck! BAHAHAHAHAHA!
Reply49 months
Auburn is guilty..maybe they beat bamma before they get the banhammer.
Reply49 months
Hopefully the don't mess up this investigation like the Cam Newton one.
Reply49 months
you mean all of their win? do they have more than 1?
Reply49 months
I wonder how long Chizik is going to be able to stick around if the shite finally hits the fan. The only reason the are keeping him around now is because he knows where the bodies are buried and they know he will tell it all
Reply49 months
As the plains smolder?
Reply49 months
Me
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That would suck if they had to give back all of their wins from this year.
Reply49 months
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