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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...
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"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."
The NCAA’s investigation into the bump in the spring uncovered no wrongdoing, according to Travis.
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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It takes a special loser to have anything to do with UF so this isnt suprising.
Reply39 months
POS. Wouldn't do shite about his thug murdering players, but is more than happy to turn in someone who helped him win a couple titles after the fact. Hope he has another heart attack.
Reply39 months
After a little research I found out he was gone from Florida already.
Reply39 months
So he'll turn a coach in for a bump but will turn a blind eye to Aaron Hernandez shooting someone in the face. Sounds about right.
Reply39 months
what a P.O.S.
Reply39 months
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