Alabama allegations have surfaced. Just days before the Crimson Tide takes on Texas A&Manziel in the most hyped college football game of the season.
Five SEC football players, including former Tide All-American D.J. Fluker, allegedly received impermissible benefits prior to completing their collegiate careers.
According to a Yahoo! Sports report, former Alabama defensive end Luther Davis was an intermediary between the players and multiple NFL agents and financial advisers. The report says Davis funneled money totaling $45,500 to Fluker, Tennessee starting DE Maurice Couch, former Vols QB Tyler Bray, and former Mississippi St. players Fletcher Cox and Chad Bumphis.
Fluker, the 11th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, currently plays for the San Diego Chargers. Cox, the 12th pick overall in the ’12 Draft, plays for Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles. Bray went undrafted, but made the Kansas City Chiefs roster. These Alabama allegations come not only on the precipice of the showdown...