These rumors and accusations have been flying around for a long time. I have no idea if they're true or not.
I hope Michigan is doing things the right way. In my gut, I believe it is.
But the SEC doesn't live in a vacuum. Coaches with experience at big-time SEC programs move to other programs.
Our DC, Mattison, was the DC at Florida. Our OC Borges was OC at Auburn. They are setting the recruiting world on fire. They're amazing recruiters. They're getting top players. Are they paying them, or are they just very, very good at what they do?
People say the SEC's recruiting tactics are dirty, but these are the same guys.
Believing that Michigan recruits the right way, I have to believe that some accusations against the SEC - not all - stem from a certain amount of frustration over the SEC's strengths in the past decade or so.
As I said, I have no idea if the claims made in the link about Saban are true or not.