Found February 05, 2013 on
Crystal Ball Run:
One of the great Signing Day traditions across college football is the rampant- at times, comical- accusations of cheating. Ask just about any fan, from any school, and every team in the sport is cheating. Well, except theirs of course.
However, it’s not often that you get a player to talk about. It’s even rarer when they may have unintentionally implicated themselves.
That happened on Tuesday morning when Chad Bumphis, a receiver who just finished a four-year career at Mississippi State sent out a pretty... ahem, interesting tweet. Read below.
With NSD near, recruits listen. DON'T go with the money! After its gone ur stuck at a place you probably don't even like for 3-5 years!
— chad bumphis (@ImSo_BalisMade1) February 5, 2013
Again, that Tweet was certainly... interesting. To say the least.
Look, let me start by saying this: I am not, nor is anyone at Crystal Ball Run accusing Bumphis of cheating. Whether he took money or not to play...
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