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Ryan Wilkins

Shared January 10, 2017

Whatever the minimum of necessary paperwork to absolve a player of improper benefits received is, it's not a problem. A title for a moderately priced SUV can be created in a relative's name, as can a receipt of sale for a reasonable price.

"Hey, how'd he get that ride? His uncle bought it. How did his uncle buy it? Paid cash. Paid cash, how'd he do that? Shit, we don't know, but here's the receipt where he paid cash, and now y'all ain't got shit. Go tell the NCAA you think we're cheating because this kid's uncle bought him a used Tahoe in cash, you racist."

Tony Woodlief

Shared January 11, 2017

"Go tell the NCAA you think we're cheating because this kid's uncle bought him a used Tahoe in cash, you racist."

Davy Gomez

Shared May 8, 2017

"I can call up a guy in real estate and say, 'Hey man, we thought about it, and let's do that 24-acre plot. How's a 4 p.m. meeting sound?'"

The first number is the player, usually designated by a jersey number. Here, it's player No. 24. The time is the cost. In this example, $4,000. Listen long enough and it's not much of a code, but there's never been much to codebreaking here, either.

Guy Anglade

Shared December 1, 2016

"We can only get away with whatever's considered reasonable by the majority of the folks in our society. That's why it's different in the SEC. Maybe that's why we're able to be more active in what we do. Because no one ever looks at the car or the jewelry and says, 'How did you get that, poor football player?' They say, 'How did they get you that and not get caught, poor football player?"

Chris Brooks

Shared January 26, 2017

Often a full assessment of a recruit's situation reveals that a promise of cash payments isn't the way to go. Sometimes a recruit's family could be so far under the poverty line that any kind of sudden flush spending would draw the attention of the NCAA

Reid Matthews

Shared January 10, 2017

Go tell the NCAA you think we're cheating because this kid's uncle bought him a used Tahoe in cash, you racist.

Alex Peter

Shared January 3, 2017

Das vilt.

Andrea Young

Shared February 6, 2017

I don't view what I do as a crime, and I don't give a shit if someone else does,

Arnold Richmond

Shared March 8, 2017

cool

Arnold Richmond

Shared March 8, 2017

this is awesome!! check it out :)

Arnold Richmond

Shared March 8, 2017

heheheh

Catherine Roussel

Shared March 28, 2017

"VI"

erhan özmoral

Shared September 5, 2017

National Signing

Maddox Comee

Shared October 3, 2017

GET TO WORK!!! Or else....
The tables have turned father mwahahahahahahah

Matt Arnerich

Shared October 11, 2017

Fascinating.

Meem Sarkar

Shared March 4, 2017

He is different from Walrus

Brian Woodall

Shared January 14, 2017

"We can only get away with whatever's considered reasonable by the majority of the folks in our society. That's why it's different in the SEC. Maybe that's why we're able to be more active in what we do. Because no one ever looks at the car or the jewelry and says, 'How did you get that, poor football player?' They say, 'How did they get you that and not get caught, poor football player?'"