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Several former Auburn University football players have accused the program of altering grades to insure eligibility, offering several thousand dollars to players to entice them to stay at the school instead of entering the NFL draft and knowingly violating NCAA recruiting rules, according to a report by former New York Times and Sports Illustrated columnist Selena Roberts. If the allegations are true, they could cost Auburn its 2011 BCS national title.
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