Found August 24, 2012 on
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This is interesting on several levels.
According to the Dispatch in Starkville, Mississippi, it appears the NCAA may be investigating Mississippi State over the purchase of a car for incoming freshman DB Will Redmond.
Redmond, who is from the Memphis area, allegedly got a Ford Mustang from a Memphis area used car dealership before he signed with Miss. St. in February.
The investigation forced the sudden resignation of Bulldog assistant Angelo Mirando who supposedly was only involved in the recruitment of one player.
Redmond was recently replaced by former Minnesota Head Coach Tim Brewster.
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The school and coach Dan Mullen haven't said much. They just say they've been cooperating with the NCAA in investigating a potential recruiting irregularity.
There are a couple of things that standout here. One, if Mirando suddenly resigned like this just before the season, something was wrong. Two, where ...
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While to many Angelo Mirando's resignation this past Sunday went unnoticed, it now appears the Mississippi State Bulldogs wide receiver coach is the subject of an investigation into possible recruiting violations. According to ESPN.com's Joe Schad, Mirando may have been involved in recruiting activities in violation of NCAA rules for at least one player. Schad also reported...
Mississippi State has confirmed that the NCAA is currently investigating them for “recruiting irregularities”.
The Bulldogs’ receivers coach Andgelo Mirando resigned very suddenly early this week, and was replaced by former Minnesota head coach Tim Brewster. Mirando stated that his resignation was for “personal issues”, but it seems at this point there may be more to that...
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A proud day for the man who shattered the recruiting irregularity barrier at Mississippi State.
Sophomore safety Hunter Dale (John Curtis Christian) landed his second SEC offer within the span of seven days from Coach Greg Knox of the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Mississippi State says it is working with the NCAA because of a ''potential recruiting irregularity'' in the football program.
The school says the examination has lasted several months and that it is close to finished. NCAA spokesperson Stacey Osburn confirmed the NCAA and Mississippi State were ''working cooperatively,'' but did not have any further...
Their coach had said this week would see a change of practice pace, looking towards the opening game. But a good team can adjust as needed, and LaDarius Perkins says the Bulldogs needed to keep up the camp approach just a little longer. “We’re still in preseason camp mentality.”