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Mississippi State just picked up their first win against an SEC West opponent not named Ole Miss with Dan Mullen as head coach last weekend, so you would think things are all smiles this week for the Bulldogs. The news that a booster gave freshman Will Redmond $200 may take away from that sort of buzz, though. The report comes from a claim from a 7-on-7 football coach in Nashville, Byron De'Vinner, who claims he witnessed money exchange hands between Redmond, a freshman defensive back, and a booster. He made the claim on a radio show in Mississippi yesterday and mentioned a handshake and suggested Mississippi State wide receivers coach Angelo Mirando was aware of the interaction. It is also worth noting that De'Vinner interviewed for a job at Mississippi State in January, and it would seem he clearly did not receive the job he applied for. Is this the case of a rejected candidate exacting some form of revenge out of spite? Or is this a legitimate infraction? The ...
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