by Larry LeoJuly 3, 2013
According to a report by Clay Travis of OTC, Urban Meyer turned in Florida assistant coach Brian White to the NCAA for an alleged recruiting “bump” — a secondary violation that involves a coach deliberately “bumping into” a player during a recruiting dead period. The worst part? Not only is Meyer the former coach of the Gators, but he actually hired White himself. From Travis’ report...
quote:The NCAA’s investigation into the bump in the spring uncovered no wrongdoing, according to Travis.
"Meyer’s willingness to turn in a former coach — one he hired — as well as the program he led for six seasons is unheard of in college athletics. Indeed, no one Outkick the Coverage talked with could recall a former coach turning in his former program and a former assistant coach. [...] While no wrongdoing was uncovered based on White’s alleged violation, the top recruit that both Ohio State and Florida were pursuing recently announced his final five choices: Alabama, Notre Dame, Miami, Rutgers and Ohio State. No Florida."
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com
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