NCAA Report: Prized Ohio St. QB At Charity Event

EXCLUSIVE: In his Ohio State debut against Akron two weeks ago, freshman Buckeye quarterback Braxton Miller passed for 132 yards and a touchdown in OSU’s 42-0 shutout of the Zips.

After the game, Ohio State head coach Luke Fickell was asked if he planned to continue both playing Miller and fellow quarterback Joe Bauserman, who started […]

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Pryor Sells Out OSU For Few Lousy Game Checks

In the Sept. 1, 2011, report to the NCAA from Ohio State that resulted in the suspensions of Buckeye football players Jordan Hall, Travis Howard and Corey Brown, OSU reported that the violations were “discovered” by the school on “August 31, 2011.”

As of Sept. 13, 2011, Terrelle Pryor’s last Tweet was … wait for it […]

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2008: Ohio St. Broke Rules at Same Charity Event

EXCLUSIVE: Ohio State football players Jordan Hall, Travis Howard and Corey Brown remain suspended after the school recently reported to the NCAA that the three received $200 each - from envelopes - at a Cleveland charity event last February.

(Smith in ‘08: Non-compliant at same event Buckeyes were paid in 2011)
As part of its report […]

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Julio Jones: Pregame ‘Pump Up’ At Suit Store!?!

The below photo and accompanying caption, “Julio getting pumped up for the game!“, was uploaded to the now-deleted Facebook account of disassociated Alabama booster and T-Town Menswear owner Tom Al-Betar on September 4, 2010:

(Inset: Al-Betar sideline photo from 2008(!) season)
September 4, 2010 also happened to be the day Alabama played San Jose State at […]

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USC Assistant Quits After Being Tied To Will Lyles

Just two days before the Trojans’ opener against Minnesota, USC announced today that assistant football coach Willie Mack Garza had resigned his position.

USC’s official statement:
USC secondary coach Willie Mack Garza has resigned for personal reasons.
“I stepped down today from my coaching duties at USC,” said Garza, who was in his second year at USC. […]

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‘befor duke game with my boys fitting there suit’

Before he deleted both of his Facebook accounts last month, Alabama booster and T-Town Menswear owner Tom Al-Betar published several photos to one of those accounts in an album titled, “befor duke game me and my boys fitting there suit.”

The photos show Al-Betar, ex-Alabama football player Julio Jones and current Crimson Tide star Trent Richardson […]

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Ohio St. Erects Shrine To All-Time Lyingest Coach

The honorable folks at Ohio State remind you that at tOSU, cheaters (who we throw under the bus after our coverup is foiled by a Yahoo Sports reporter) never prosper.

Unless of course they beat Michigan with star players they know to be ineligible - then we enshrine them on a wall of the Ohio State […]

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Banned Bama Booster at Richardson Bday Party!?

Nick Saban wasn’t at Trent Richardson’s 2010 birthday party.

Though you can’t say the same for disgraced Alabama football booster and Tuscaloosa suit store owner Tom Al-Betar.

Al-Betar can be seen in multiple photos, now-deleted from his former Facebook account, enjoying yet another evening at a Tuscaloosa Japanese steakhouse with Richardson - this time perhaps as party […]

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Cal Went To ‘Mentor’ Instead of High School Coach

EXCLUSIVE: Cal’s 2010 football recruiting class was so impressive that it earned Golden Bear assistant coach Tosh Lupoi Rivals.com’s “National Recruiter of the Year” award.

(Report: Cal offered “mentor” a job after delivering recruits to Lupoi)
Lupoi’s award was due in large part to signing three top prospects from the Greensboro, North Carolina area that year: […]

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Ducks, Cal: Troubling Ties To ‘Mentor’ Of Recruits

Six days before Christmas, on Dec. 19, 2003, Otis Yelverton filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in a North Carolina Federal Court.

Listing himself as “self-employed” with a monthly income of $4800.00, creditor claims totaled $989,628.36 against Yelverton at the time.
13 months later Yelverton filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in a North Carolina Federal Court, with the […]

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