Auburn pay for play

Submitted by MichFan1997 on March 29th, 2011 at 8:12 PM

But McClover says there were money handshakes from boosters at other football camps too. At Auburn for a couple hundred dollars and at Michigan State. All the schools denied any wrongdoing. And things really started heating up a few months later when he went to Ohio State for an official visit where schools get a chance for one weekend to host prospective athletes. McClover says there were money handshakes from alumni there too. About a thousand dollars. And something else to entice him.



March 30th, 2011 at 12:42 PM ^

because they're already under investigation, and I can see the university itself being in criminal trouble.

OSU may get it, depding on when the NCAA begins an official investigation into Tressel and how wide ranging they make it.

MSU isn't going to get anything, because they're not currently under investigation, they are, by appearances, trying to clean up their act, and a couple of people saying, "I got money", isn't enough to open an investigation.