NCAA Investigating Tennessee Volunteers And Miami Hurricanes Football Programs

NCAA Recruiting Violations

NCAA Investigating Tennessee Volunteers And Miami Hurricanes Football Programs

Miami, Tennessee being investigated as the NCAA seems to be turning up the heat. It seems the people who do the enforcement of violations in college football are either limelight seekers or the NCAA is getting real serious.

It seems that the Tennessee Vols can’t catch a break. Ever since Lane Kiffin exited by the back door, the stench he left behind is wafting around Knoxville something awful

It’s so bad that I personally think it’s time to bring the head of the Athletic Director to the next Vols Booster Club meeting. How can one guy completely ruin a football program? It’s unreal.

The NCAA is investigating Miami and Tennessee for possible recruiting violations. The Hurricanes said the NCAA is looking at “impermissible text messages and telephone calls to prospective student-athletes.”

The Volunteers are under the gun for possible rules-breaking under Lane Kiffin, partly involving school “hostesses” who made road trips to high school games.

Hostesses“…is that what we’re calling them now? When I was being recruited they called them something else…but wherever you go I guess there’s nothing like a little Southern Hospitality!

AP Sources: Volunteers coaches interviewed by NCAA The NCAA has interviewed several current and former Tennessee coaches and recruits regarding an investigation into possible recruiting violations,

Vols Deal With NCAA The NCAA has interviewed several current and former Tennessee coaches and recruits regarding an investigation into possible recruiting violations,

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