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Mississippi State Responds To NCAA Rulings

He's satisfied the matter has been settled. Now Scott Stricklin hopes a lesson is learned…and not simply at Mississippi State. "This case should stand as a cautionary tale to staff and fans at all NCAA institutions," the Bulldog director of athletics said.

Stricklin made this statement following Friday's final NCAA ruling on the Will Redmond affair, though neither anyone at Mississippi State nor the national body ever mentioned the Bulldog freshman by name. The issues surrounding his recruitment in 2011-12, involving a booster acting on his own but later with knowledge by a MSU assistant coach, today resulted in a number of sanctions to the football... Recommended Stories

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