Sunday, October 19, 2003

The current investigation of the Auburn football team may result in something more than lost scholarships and forfeited games from the past. The organization that accredits schools in the South is investigating the role school trustees had in some of the hiring and firing decisions at the school, including that of former coach Terry Bowden, as well as allegations that one trustee sought to have the failing grades of a "student" removed from his transcript. Loss of accreditation for the school would make any "Death Penalty" imposed by the NCAA seem like a slap on the wrist. [link via WarLiberal]


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