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Posted: 1/28/2013 2:26:13 PM

Are the rumors of the Honey Badger getting paid true??

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Posted: 1/28/2013 4:24:16 PM
Paid to do what ... get high 
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Posted: 1/28/2013 6:32:54 PM

You and your rumors s-u-c-k.

Dude go get some pus/sy and give it a rest...................

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Posted: 1/28/2013 7:41:10 PM
He ran a drug ring...funded by boosters
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Posted: 1/28/2013 7:42:27 PM
Up to and including P.E.Ds. (especially steroids)
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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:24:04 AM

Surprise surprise....Oregon and LSU do the same thing and Oregon is being investigated by NCAA and Emmert school he used to be prez at is not!!!!???

LSU paid $6,000 in December for football scouting services provided by Will Lyles, about whom a Tigers signee was interviewed last week by NCAA investigators.

Louisiana State University associate athletic director Herb Vincent said Monday the Tigers paid the money to Lyles’ business, Complete Scouting Services. Vincent said he did not know whether LSU paid Lyles in previous years.

“That’s one of about a dozen recruiting services we contracted with,” said Vincent of Lyles’ Complete Scouting Services.

Lyles is a reputed Houston “street agent,” a third party who steers recruits to specific schools. Lyles has recently drawn scrutiny from the NCAA for his relationship with Oregon players. Efforts to reach Lyles were unsuccessful again Monday.

Last week, two NCAA investigators interviewed Trevon Randle, who signed with LSU last month, about his contact with Lyles, according to a source familiar with the situation. In addition to Randle, an outside linebacker at Clear Springs High School in League City, Texas, investigators interviewed his coach, Clint Hartman, and Randle’s father, Raymond Edwards.

If Lyles assisted in or was involved in the recruitment of any player to LSU, the NCAA would consider him a booster and any payment to him would be considered a violation of Bylaw 13. The rule prohibits boosters from directing a recruit to a school.

NCAA spokeswoman Stacey Osburn declined comment Monday about investigators conducting interviews about Lyles. She cited the NCAA’s policy of not commenting on current, pending or potential investigations.

Randle committed to LSU a month later at a Tigers junior-recruit day. Randall decided to attend LSU’s event one day before deciding not to go to an Oklahoma junior day.

http://msn.foxsports.com/collegefootball/story/LSU-paid-six-thousand-dollars-for-services-of-street-agent-who-is-under-NCAA-scrutiny-031411

 

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:25:04 AM

Why Chip Kelly Left!!!!

But the NCAA is looking into Lyles’ relationships with Seastrunk and another Texas product, Ducks star tailback LaMichael James, ESPN.com reported earlier this month.

Lyles also visited Clear Springs High last spring with Oregon running backs coach Gary Campbell regarding Randle.

NCAA investigators recently interviewed running back Trey Williams of Andy Dekaney High School in Houston and his coach, Willie Amendola, about Lyles, according to a source familiar with the situation.

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:32:53 AM

McClover: "Somebody came to me, I don't even know this person and he was like, 'we would love for you to come to LSU and he gave me a handshake and it had five hundred dollars in there. ... that's called a money handshake ... I grabbed it and I'm like, 'wow,' hell I thought ten dollars was a lot of money back then. Five hundred dollars for doing nothing but what I was blessed to do. I was happy."

Kremer to McClover: "What did you say to the guy when he hands you five hundred dollars?"

McClover: "Thank you and I'm seriously thinking about coming to LSU."

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:33:46 AM

An investigation into possible recruiting violations at LSU has resulted in the resignation of assistant coach D.J. McCarthy. The probe is looking at whether McCarthy gave money to defensive lineman Akiem Hicks.

The payment to Hicks apparently became known to several team members after the LSU-Arkansas football game and led to an internal investigation. LSU then informed SEC officials about the possbile violation of NCAA rules.

McCarthy will still be paid through February, but he has been relieved of his coaching duties.

Should the allegations prove true, LSU is not in danger of forfeiting games because Hicks did not play this season after joining the team from Sacramento City (Calif.) Community College. The Tigers, however, could face some other sanctions from the NCAA.

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:37:32 AM

NCAA Investigators have interviewed LSU coaches about "street agent" Willie Lyles in an ongoing saga that's already embroiled three major universities in a pay-for-play scandal.

The NCAA has placed a gag order on LSU from discussing Willie Lyles. It can safely be assumed that LSU is now officially under NCAA investigation. Via the The News Star:

NCAA spokesperson Stacey Osburn said Friday such gag orders usually are extended to schools under investigation.

"According to NCAA rules, all parties of the investigation must maintain the confidentiality of interviews to protect the integrity of an investigation," she said. "This includes the school and enforcement staff."

LSU admitted to paying Lyles $6,000 last season, and in return received scouting information and, potentially, inappropriate access to high school recruits. A Thursday press release from the athletic department confirmed that an NCAA official had been in Baton Rouge interviewing unidentified members of the coaching staff about Lyles' connection with the program.

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:39:21 AM

Patrick Peterson has denied having any relationship whatsoever with so-called street agent Will Lyles, saying, “I have never had any type of relationship with Willie Lyles and he had no influence on my decision to attend LSU, or any other school for that matter.”

He’s also claimed he never even visited Texas A&M and that Van Malone “had no involvement” in his recruitment.

But here’s a report from 2007 on AggieYell.com by Brian Perroni on a Texas A&M visit by Peterson. The eventual LSU Tigers cornerback says he visited “the other day,” talking up the school’s academics and facilities before saying he wants to take another visit to the school. And Perroni today tweeted that the “friend” mentioned in the story was Lyles.

And there’s more! Peterson is quoted as saying, “At A&M I really like the coach recruiting me, coach [Van] Malone. He is also my position coach and he is really down to earth and he seems to care about the players more than just in football.”

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:39:59 AM
Malone, who’s now a Tulsa coach, to ESPN:
A few days after the kid’s visit, Will calls and says, ‘If you want this kid, there are other schools that want this kid as well. They’re willing to pay a certain amount of money, around the $80,000 mark. He said that was something we were going to have to beat as a university to be able to obtain the services of this kid.

LSU Tigers star Peterson responded on ESPN radio, calling the claim “all baloney” and adding: “Why would I jeopardize my future over going to Texas A&M and $80,000 when I knew that my future was playing football?”

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Posted: 1/29/2013 6:40:33 AM
What's all this, then?
Will Lyles, the SUPER-SHADOWY STREET AGENT who was paid a cool $25,000 by Oregon for "scouting services," was apparently also under contract to LSU. As a result, the university is
now wriggling under the NCAA microscope themselves. Neato!

How much did LSU pay Lyles?
$6,000.


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Posted: 1/29/2013 7:10:41 AM

There is way too much coincidence for it not to be corrupt!!

Saban and Emmert Were at LSU Together

Emmert (1Million/Year salary) is now NCAA President

Alabama and LSU don’t get investigated..EVER

Alabama and LSU players get paid !!!!!

 

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Posted: 1/30/2013 11:16:55 AM
Question: How long does it take for a "cycle" of steroids take to clear your system?
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Posted: 1/30/2013 1:47:16 PM
LSU players used S.W.A.T.S. products prior to beating Alabama in November 2011, according to SI.

The S.W.A.T.S. products reportedly contain IGF-1, a natural, anabolic hormone that stimulates muscle growth. IGF-1 is banned by the NCAA,
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Posted: 1/31/2013 4:25:51 AM
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why don't you try doing more research before you make some of the statements you make- The trace amounts of IGF-1 in their deer antler supplement is next to nothing. This stuff will not give you any significant "edge". It takes huge amounts of pure synthetic IGF-1 to give you an edge. Pure IGF-1 is a different animal altogether. Acting like this deer antler supplement is some kind of steroid is like saying Horny Goat weeds supplements give steroid like affects. Most testosterone boosting supplements do nothing more than increase your libido!

And no LSU athlete or any other athlete I can think of playing college football has ever failed a test because of "IGF-1"- or from taking a deer antler product. Many college athletes take steroids and many get caught. Different steroids have different "half-lives" so they differ on how long it takes to clear ones system. 

I can't stand Ray Lewis but this stuff on the news about him taking this product is a non-story. No way this stuff should be banned by any athletic body. You would be shocked to learn how many completely safe products are banned from athletes. 
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Posted: 1/31/2013 6:53:33 AM

Why do i have to do research???

I know the SEC Cheats, and is in cahoots with the NCAA office!! They will get away with this too GUARANTEED!!!

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Posted: 1/31/2013 3:00:55 PM
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Key said he has initially reached out to many of his athlete clients through Facebook and Twitter. He would not comment on which players at which schools he sold deer-antler spray to this season. Key said at certain points, the strength staffs at Alabama and LSU said they did not endorse his dealings with players.
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Posted: 1/31/2013 3:06:34 PM
Key also said he sold the deer antler spray to LSU players before the first game between the two schools in 2011.

LSU won the first meeting 9-6 in overtime in dramatic fashion. The teams had a rematch in the title game even though Alabama did not even win their division. Alabama shut out LSU 21-0 in the title game, winning in dominant fashion as LSU could barely cross the 50-yard line during the game. game in New Orleans in dominant fashion

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Posted: 1/31/2013 4:30:02 PM
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The fee paid to Lyles ($6000) was his normal fee for recruiting services. They weren't against the NCAA rules and have already been deemed so. Water under the bridge.

Oregon paid him 4x his normal recruiting fee, and that drew red flags.

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Posted: 1/31/2013 4:36:01 PM
So your conclusion is that deer antler spray helped each respective team win the game? Deer antler spray, not the Alabama team, beat LSU?
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Posted: 1/31/2013 4:47:45 PM

Key also said he sold the deer antler spray to LSU players before the first game between the two schools in 2011.

LSU won the first meeting 9-6 in overtime in dramatic fashion. The teams had a rematch in the title game even though Alabama did not even win their division. Alabama shut out LSU 21-0 in the title game, winning in dominant fashion as LSU could barely cross the 50-yard line during the game. game in New Orleans in dominant fashion
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Posted: 1/31/2013 4:50:51 PM
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So your conclusion is that deer antler spray helped each respective team win the game? Deer antler spray, not the Alabama team, beat LSU?

No my point is

LSU IS DIRTY

ALABAMA IS DIRTY

ALABAMA BEING DIRTY IS A BIGGER DEAL BECAUSE THEY HAVE WON 3 (ALMOST) 4 IN A ROW!!!

LSU AND BAMA PAY PLAYERS, RECRUITS, OVER-RECRUIT, LIE, SOUTS AND AGENTS PAY THE PLAYERS, AND LES MILES AND NICK SABAN MAKE MORE $$$ IN A YEAR THAN YOU OR I WILL IN A LIFETIME

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