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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
The NCAA combed the Ole Miss campus for three years and found that student-athletes received a little more than $16,000 in extra benefits. Ole Miss paid $1.5 million in legal fees for outside counsel. Yet, because of new information surrounding Laremy Tunsil, this whole thing isn't over. Who knows how long this could really drag on?
Ole Miss released its response to the NCAA notice of allegations on Friday. And it could have been worse, but the Laremy Tunsil cloud still remains.
Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer
Now we know why Texas fired defensive backs coach Chris Vaughn in February. Vaughn is accused of multiple Level I violations in the NCAA's notice of allegations that Ole Miss released Friday morning. Vaughn, an assistant for the Rebels from 2008-11, reportedly engaged in an ACT fraud scheme for three recruits in 2010. He's also accused of helping provide impermissible benefits and lying to NCAA investigators.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Ole Miss Notice of Allegations names current assistants Chris Kiffin, Derrick Nix and Maurice Harris for some type of violation. School is requesting a delay in Committee on Infractions hearing until after a full review of the Laremy Tunsil/NFL draft night information.
Ole Miss has self-imposed the loss of 11 total football scholarships, and requested its NCAA hearing be delayed until it can investigate whether Laremy Tunsil received more improper benefits.
There are several top linebacker prospects who remain uncommitted in the ESPN 300. Which ones are SEC West schools targrting?
Which game from each conference will have the biggest impact on the league champion and thus the College Football Playoff?
Hugh Freeze has some major holes to fill on offense with the departures of Laremy Tunsil and Laquon Treadwell, but there is Chady Kelly and good depth.
Ranking the best SEC coaches of the past decade is a tough task with many factors to consider, but Nick Saban is an easy choice for the top spot.
The race for College Football Playoff spots will be impacted early this season with several interesting matchups in Week 1.
We will see two storied programs competing with playoff implications already on the table when Alabama and USC face off in Week 1.
Strength of schedule matters more than ever in the playoff era. So when you settle in on Sept. 3 to watch Alabama-USC, Oklahoma-Houston, Auburn-Clemson and more, you can thank the CFP.
A look at the SEC West players who could be the difference between a championship season and heartbreak for their respective teams.
The usual suspects make an appearance, but so do sleepers like Tennessee and Oklahoma State. Sorry, Iowa, don't expect a 2015 repeat.
Any top-five list will generate controversy, but Ole Miss' Patrick Willis was a big omission from our rundown of the best SEC LBs of the past decade.
Ole Miss' Laremy Tunsil perhaps deserved a spot on our list of best OL of the past decade; Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel played only one season in the SEC.
The coaching carousel looks to have finally stopped in the SEC. So now is a good time to look back at all the new hires since the end of last season.
Any league-bound Rebels?
QB Chad Kelly and TE Evan Engram are players whom our Mel Kiper Jr. rates among the best at their positions as far as draft eligibility. It would be a suitable second act to Ole Miss' 2016 draft production if both went in the first round. Top offensive players for 2017 draft (Insider)
Ole Miss @ Florida State Seminoles
Florida Citrus Bowl - Mon 9/5