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The Twitterverse is just as shocked as we are over the fact that Gene Chizik allegedly paid players while coach at Auburn ... sort of.
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ESPN released a report stating that Auburn systematically covered up rampant drug use by their football team. But did they?
Three players named in the report of bribery on the part of former Auburn coach Gene Chizik have all refuted the claims made.
Three different former Auburn players have claimed to have been paid by now-fired Tigers coach Gene Chizik or someone on his staff.
Gene Chizik has released a statement denying the allegations from Selena Roberts' report that Auburn paid players and changed grades.
Selena Roberts discusses her report alleging that Auburn paid players and changed grades under Gene Chizik with ESPN.
Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik released a statement on Thursday refuting a blogger's report on the AU football program.
Auburn Tigers athletic director Jay Jacobs released a statement regarding the allegations of bribery and academic fraud leveled against Gene Chizik and the football program.
We're weak. And the law of the jungle says the weak get eaten.''
Harvey Spector, the TV show "Suits.''
This one is just so obvious, so easy. Fixing grades. Altering drug tests. Paying players.
Recruiting illegally. It's all the classics of NCAA rules violations bundled into one.
Auburn is accused of it all. Selena Roberts, the former New York Times...
Former Auburn player Mike McNeil is reportedly alleging that major
violations occurred while he played with the Tigers under
then-coaches Gene Chizik and Will Muschamp.
SAY IT AIN'T SO
A report says former Auburn players have accused the program of altering grades and paying players during the national championship season.
When allegations began to surface that Auburn University had payed players and changed poor grades, you had to know the situation was very fluid and additional transgressions may began to surface as well. According to ESPN, it doesn’t just stop there.
The new report indicates that during the tenure of former head coach Gene Chizik, there was a widespread synthetic marijuana...
Auburn is once again on the defensive amid allegations of wrongdoing going back to the 2010 national championship season.
Two reports surfaced this week accusing the athletic department of wide-ranging misdeeds ranging from covering up widespread use of synthetic marijuana among football players to grade-changing and illicit payments, allegations the school strongly denies.
Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs says the school is reviewing allegations of rules violations in the football program during its 2010 national championship season but doesn't believe they're credible.
Jacobs issued a statement Thursday in response to a report a day earlier by former New York Times and Sports Illustrated writer Selena Roberts that was posted on roopstigo...
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs says the school is reviewing allegations of rules violations in the football program during its 2010 national championship season but doesn't believe they're credible.
Jacobs issued a statement Thursday in response to a report a day earlier by former New York Times and Sports Illustrated writer Selena Roberts that was...