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Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi State players accused by Yahoo! of taking agent money

Yahoo! reports four former SEC football players, including 2013 first-round NFL Draft pick D.J. Fluker, took money from a former Alabama player working for agents, all against NCAA rules. Additionally named is a current Tennessee lineman.

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UT's Couch declared permanently ineligible

After allegedly accepting illicit benefits, Couch's college playing days are done.

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The NCAA's Alabama problem

The NCAA has an Alabama problem. Or it's really a Nick Saban problem. Or it's really a perception problem. Or it's really all, some, or none of those. Sound confusing? It is.

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Possible legal fallout from Yahoo investigation

The fallout from Yahoo's investigation could have legal ramifications.

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Mo Couch declared ineligible for Oregon game

Butch Jones gave an update on his status for Oregon in a radio appearance earlier today.

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Implicated agent calls Yahoo! report 'libelous'

One of the agents accused of using a runner to provide illegal benefits to college football players in a recent Yahoo! sports report isn't happy about the story or one of its authors.

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Mississippi State's Fletcher Cox no-comment comments on Yahoo! story

Cox, now with the Eagles, is alleged to have taken impermissible benefits while at Mississippi State. He has more non-comments here. Both he and college teammate Chad Bumphis are said to be cooperating with the school's investigation.

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'Bama investigating Fluker allegations

Fluker is working with Alabama officials.

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Saban responds to Yahoo report

Well, he responds exactly how you'd expect Nick Saban to respond.

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Yahoo! Sports' SEC blockbuster

Yahoo! Sports has released an extremely detailed report on alleged SEC rule-breaking.

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