USC Accuses Alabama, Florida, Others of Cheating

The day after USC’s football (and basketball) program faced some of the NCAA’s most severe punishment, short of the death penalty—following a four year probe into improper benefits for 2004 Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush and former ‘once and done’ basketball player O.J. Mayo—Matt Billings, USC’s Director of Compliance claims that five universities have improperly contacted Freshmen RB Dillon Baxter to gauge his interest in transferring, in light of USC’s probation.

If true, which at least two institutions, Florida and Oregon have already denied, five more schools—Alabama, Fresno State, Washington as well as the afore mentioned Florida and Oregon—could be facing some NCAA questioning of their own.

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