Ever since the video of former Ole Miss lineman Laremy Tunsil leaked of him smoking a bong right before the Miami Dolphins selected him 13th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft, the University of Mississippi football program has been under investigation. This video plus Tunsil admitting in an interview after the draft that he took money from Ole Miss coaches probed this investigation. Well recently Ole Miss has responded to the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations.
Let’s see what people were saying about this latest college football scandal.
I still don't get how Baylor is going under the radar while UNC and Ole Miss are being investigated. Blows my mind.
— Sudu Upadhyay (@SuduUpadhyay) June 6, 2017
Hi, I'm a CFB fan. Ole Miss might be cheating and that really makes me upset b/c my team is cheating but not getting the guys they got!
— Michael Felder (@InTheBleachers) June 6, 2017
— Ben Garrett (@SpiritBen) June 6, 2017
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 6, 2017
The red flags were landing players Ole Miss shouldn't have been landing by any reasonable standard of history https://t.co/d3aQj7PwKk
— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) June 6, 2017
Ole Miss included a screenshot of Leo Lewis’ joker .gif tweet into its NOA response. pic.twitter.com/wy4s6BXSJc
— Bennett Hipp (@BennettHipp) June 6, 2017
Ole Miss forgot to end this response with "and may God have mercy on your soul" pic.twitter.com/UH7Vemxflv
— Bunkie Perkins (@BunkiePerkins) June 6, 2017
Ole Miss saying the didn't lack institutional control essentially means they controlled and knew they were paying players
— Doug Gottlieb (@GottliebShow) June 6, 2017
NCAA is out for blood, and Ole Miss absolutely doesn't want to add a second year to its bowl ban and have players walk.
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) June 6, 2017
The Ole Miss investigation:
1. $13k with no recipient!
2. A hunting trip in Mississippi
3. A recruiting contact
Now let's talk ALABAMA 🤔
— TJ LSU DAD (@tj_lsudad) June 6, 2017
EXCLUSIVE: We have just received a preview of Ole Miss' response to their NOA that is to be released sometime this week. pic.twitter.com/hn829vW2tX
— FRIENDLY RIVALS (@friendly_rivals) June 6, 2017
Ole Miss responds to the NCAA's Notice of Allegations & will contest 7 of the 21 allegations. pic.twitter.com/Z6zJhSt7PK
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) June 6, 2017
First it was USC. Then it was Ohio State. Then Penn State. Then it was Baylor. Then UNC. Now it's Ole Miss. Who's next? When are these college football scandals going to end?